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Annapurna Sanctuary Trail along Modi Khola
Nepal

After the lodgings at Deorali, the trail opens up and follows along the course of the fast-flowing river of Modi Khola into the heart of the Annapurna system. Towering above at over 6,000m on either side of the river are mountains too high to be seen and this is what makes the Sanctuary Trail so special - a narrow valley with lush vegetation set within a natural amphitheatre of mountains with awe-inspiring views in every directions.

The snowy peak right in front in the distance shouls be Annapurna III(7555m)

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