Incredible NEPAL: Trekking the Himalayas on the Annapurna Circuit


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Hiking the amazing Annapurna Circuit trek over Thorung La pass, Nepal, the highest trekking pass in the world at 17769 feet. To watch the next video in this …

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  1. Love your videos but I gotta say Yaks are far from docile and non-aggressive! I lived in Bhutan for years and saw yaks charge people on a number of occasions. I always gave them a super wide berth for sure! Loving this series in particular, hope to hike the circuit sometime in the next few years…

  2. Mr. Morris, your videos get more exciting as I go from one to the other. Quick question though, do the lodges accept USD? Or did you convert some amount of money into NPR and end up using that? I am from India, by the way, so I was wondering if they accept INR there. Thank you. 🙂

  3. Damn Gabe! You are getting up in the world. Best wishes for your continued adventurers. My wife and I are currently in Lima, heading home from Machu Picchu, an adventure inspired by your trip last fall.

  4. Just added "Trek the Himalayas" to my bucket list after I watched your vids. Looks fun and tiring. Trail doesn't look dangerous at all.

    Do you ever hire local guides when you trek the Himalayas?

  5. another awesome vlog!
    I know you left your main backpack on pokhara, but I was wondering if it is advisable the to leave valuables or take them to on the hike with you I.e. I have a tablet but I'd rather leave it in pokhara before I go on my hike.

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