Annapurna Family Trekking Map

Annapurna Family Trekking Map

Annapurna Family Trekking Route Map details
The trekking map of the Annapurna Family trek serves as visual guidance by providing trekkers with essential information about the terrain, landmarks, and trails. Trekking maps are crucial tools for navigation during a trekking adventure in the Annapurna Family trip. Boundless Adventure has provided the latest and highest-quality trekking map for the Annapurna Family trek to enhance the trekker’s overall experience. The route map is downloadable and has zoom-in and zoom-out features. The map has two significant features: a legend and an itinerary highlight to help readers understand.

Legend of the Trip.

The Legend is one of the significant elements of the trekking map of the Annapurna family trek that explains the graphical elements, including signs, symbols, and color coding used in a map. The Legend helps trekkers understand the map, making it easy to read and interpret. The features that the route map includes to interpret are.

Difficulty Level

The foremost element that the Legend has included is the trip’s difficulty level. The thick red line interprets the Annapurna Family trek’s difficulty level. However, the route map has no thick red line because the Annapurna Family trek’s difficulty level is easy. As the trek doesn’t involve any adventurous trek and doesn’t take to a higher elevation, the trek is ideal for families. From children to elderly ones, the trek suits every age group.

Main Hiking Route

The thick orange line in the trekking map of the Annapurna Family indicates the main hiking route that trekkers follow throughout their journey. Hiking through the beautiful landscape gives you a never-to-be-forgotten experience in the Annapurna region. The trek involves walking through lush forests and local settlements and a view of mesmerizing mountain peaks.

Secondary Route of Annapurna Family Trekking Map

The yellow dotted line in the Annapurna Family trekking map is the alternative to the main hiking trail. Getting on the Ghorepani and Annapurna base camp is the secondary route, which the Annapurna family trekking package doesn’t cover. However, we are ready to customize your package by adding any secondary trails if you are comfortable.

Driving Route.

The thick yellow line with a white dot is the driving route on the route map of the Annapurna family trek. The driving route is from Kathmandu to Pokhara and Pokahra to Nayapul. As you get to Nayapul, your family’s trekking journey begins.

Himalayas Viewpoint.

As depicted in the Legend, the sign of binoculars indicates the viewpoint on the trail to the Annapurna Family trek. Although trekkers have a view of the various stunning sights on the trip, Australian Camp and Dhampus are the best viewpoints. The area is not very high altitude. It is just 2100 meters from sea level, but it still offers beautiful scenery of the Annapurna and Fishtail Himalayan range. There is no doubt to scramble with local culture and some local villages.

Mountain in the Himalayas.

The uppermost part of the Annapurna Family trek map showcases mountain peaks. All the mountains on the trek map are visible on the Annapurna Family trek journey. Throughout the trip, trekkers please their eyes with a mesmerizing panoramic view of Annapurna I (8091m), Annapurna III (7643m), and Annapurna South (7219m). Furthermore, Mount Machhapuchhre (6997m) and Himchuli (6111m) are eye-catching views during the trip to Annapurna Family trekking.


On the trekking map of the Annapurna Family, a dark blue sign represents the lake. On the journey to the Annapurna Family, you may explore Phewa Lake in Pokhara. Similarly, there are too many different lakes in Pokhara, but it is one of the largest lakes among them. It is the attraction of the Pokhara. Similarly, You can see beautiful shadows of the Annapurna and Fishtail Himalayan range on the Phewa Lake.

Suspension bridge

The trail to the Annapurna Family trek does not have any suspension bridges. The suspension bridges are identical, with a sign of a parallel line along with a horizontal line on either side. There are two types of suspension bridges along the way to Annapurna Base Camp: metal and wooden.


Even without getting on the higher elevation, trekkers on an Annapurna Family trek can get a view of stunning glaciers. Below the mountain peaks is a sign of a glacier on the route map that trekkers get to see on their journey. Annapurna South, Annapurna I, Annapurna III, and Machhpuchre glaciers are visible during the trip. You cannot touch the glaciers because you won’t get to the higher elevation. Yet, you can appreciate the view of the glacier from afar.

Hot Spring.

There is a natural hot spring higher than Dghampush village. It is called JHINU DANDA. Most people who want to bath in a natural hot spring can extend their trek and continue trekking to Jhinu Danda.


Looking through the Legend, hikers can quickly identify the symbol used for the checkpost on the Annapurna Family trek. There is only one checkpost on the trail, in Dhampus village. The required permits are the Annapurna Conservation Area permit (ACAP) and the Trekkers’ Information Management System(TIMS) Permits.

Highlight of Annapurna Family Trekking Map itinerary.

Itinerary highlights are another significant element of the Annapurna Family trekking map of the Annapurna conservation. It helps trekkers understand their day-to-day schedule and plan their trip accordingly. As shown on the itinerary highlight of the map, the journey starts with either a drive or a flight from Kathmandu to Pokhara. Then, trekking through the Australian camp, trekkers reach their final destination, Dhampus, and return to Kathmandu via Phedi and Pokhara.

Itinerary in the Trekking Map.

Day 01: Kathmandu (1400m) Overnight
Day 02: Pokhara (820m) Overnight
Day 03: Australian Camp (1800m) Overnight
Day 04: Dhampus (1650m)Overnight
Day 05: Trek to Phedi and Drive to Pokhara, Overnight
Day 06: Explore Pokhara, Overnight
Day 07: Drive to Kathmandu, Overnight
Day 08: Departure