The Manang Road, along with the Annapurna mountain, extend in Nepal, is a standout amongst the most hazardous streets on the planet. It isn’t only a long and breezy street along a mountain, yet areas of the street are additionally amidst a monster cascade.
The street extends for 95.8 km, beginning in a town called Besishahar, and finishes in Manang, which is 11,545 ft above ocean level.
This is an old street that once associated numerous Buddhist religious communities.
As one traveler pointed out:
Development of roadways in Mustang region was done earlier than Manang side. Mustang region boasts a typical cultural heritage of the country and preserving ancient old Buddhist monasteries for centuries. Muktinath temple, being Hindu and Buddhist shrine will steal your attention after long descend from the Thorong La pass. Gateway to Upper Mustang can be seen from Kagbeni while walking towards Jomsom.
Going through this street could take numerous days. At a few focuses in the year, the street is shut down to voyagers since it is excessively unsafe and unthinkable, making it impossible to cross. In hotter months there is more water since ice and snow from the mountain melts and surges the zone.
There are numerous fantastic perspectives en route, including Marpha (Apple Capital of Nepal), Kalopani (Dhaulagiri Icefall see), Ghasa town and Tatopani (characteristic hot spring).
For voyagers who are not overcome enough to take the street, there is an air terminal situated in Manang.
The Videos Below show exactly how deceptive this way can be.