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Panchase Trek with Child

Panchase lies near Pokhara but receives fewer tourists than other Annapurna trekking routes, making this trek route more peaceful and relaxing.  Trek is short, and if you are planning to trek the Annapurna Circuit, Annapurna Base Camp or other demanding trekking routes, then this trek is for you.  Panchase can be your taste trek giving you an idea of whether you should go for significant trekking or not.

Panchase Trek Highlights

  • All fantastic views of beautiful mountains such as Dhaulagiri, Annapurna, Fishtail, Lamjung Himal, Mardi Himal and many other unnamed peaks. And all these magnificent mountains in sunrise reward some fantastic picturesque view masterful view in the natural setting of the Annapurna area.
  • Panchase Hill at 2500m highlights this trek as you savour all the fantastic views of Annapurna Himal and other accompanying mountains.
  • Panchase Trek rewards an excellent chance to involve in the local lifestyle, unspoiled culture, and warm hospitality.
  • Serene Fewa boating experience with the chance to explore the world peace pagoda along the way.
  • Heartwarming view of peaks such as Dhaulagiri, Lamjung, Macchapucchre, and Manaslu.
  • Engage and witness rural lifestyle in villages of mainly Gurung and Brahman people.
  • Comparatively easy trek for beginners and group travelling in the family.
  • This trek route is less crowded and newly opened.

In three days during this Panchase Trek offered by Raconteur Adventure, you will experience lands of dense jungle and small streams, ultimately reaching Panchase, where mind-boggling snowy mountain views welcome you with arms wide open. From Panchase, you feel satisfied with the superb view of mountains 8000m above high. The best time to savour the natural magnificence is in the early morning. The sky is clear, and sun rays hit, making mountains golden. Mt Fishtail, Mt. Dhaulagiri, Mt. Annapurna, Mt. Manaslu, and Mt. Lamjung will open up on clear sky days. The best time to trek in Nepal is from September to November and April to March. There are different trek routes to reach Pachase, and Raconteur Adventure has all the itineraries ready to serve you.

Panchase Trek Routes

First Route

The major popular route to Panchase Trek commences from Kande, Pokhara. On the first day, the trek starts from Kande to reach Bhadure. You will go to Bhanjyang from Bhaduri on the second day of your tour. On the third day, you will get to Panchase Peak from Bhanjyang and return to Bhanjyang. You can extend your night’s stay in Bhanjyang or directly trek back to Pokhara.

Solo travellers find this trek fancier as it is not too demanding, is not dull to hike alone and is well marked.

Second Route

The second Route to Panchase follows the same route until reaching the peak of Panchase, but you will take a different way to return to Pokhara. You reach peak via Kande, Bhadure, and Bhanjyang. And will return via Sidhane Damdame and Ghaitchhina. This return route takes you to the thick, dense forest, terraced farmland, and villages of different ethnic communities.  However, this route is not that famous, so carrying lots of water and snacks is advisable. Finally, you can take a taxi, bus or even walk to Lakeside Pokhara.

Many stone steps are here along the route to Panchase, which can be challenging. Climbing down the stairs is more difficult as more pressure is on the knees. It is good to carry trekking poles with you.  Altitude sickness is no issue in this trek, and the maximum altitude in the trek walk is just 2500 meters above sea level.  Please mind checking our itinerary section or writing to us to know more about the entire tour organisation, and safety precautions are taken @ [email protected]. There are plenty of reasons to do Panchase Trek as it is short, making it relatively cheaper and not challenging. But the natural abundance is not to be missed too.

Flora and Fauna of the Panchase region

Nepal is known as orchid heaven, as 381 species are found in Nepal. Out of 381, 125 species of orchids are here in the Panchase region. This region has a forest line of walnut, oak and pine trees. You will walk through a forest of blooming red, yellow, pink, and white during the Spring. Rhododendron is the national flower of Nepal. This beautiful setting might sound magical, but we urge you to come and experience it for yourself.

Nineteen species of Mammals are here in Panchase Region. Common leopard, the tiger, spotted deer, fox, civet cat, barking beer, black beer, wild board, rhesus macaque and common langur call the Panchase region they’re home. And 260 species of birds sing and play here. Some common birds you will see are wildfowl, woodpeckers, kingfishers, parrots, bulbuls, babblers, bee-eaters, warblers and other species.

Best time for Panchase Trek

If you think about the best time to do Panchase Trek, then Spring, Autumn and winter are the best time to do Panchase Trek. Spring serves the best setting as hills are full of colourful blooming rhododendrons, clear sky, and glittering mountains. But there is always that chance that the atmosphere can be full of clouds.

If you wish to trek during Autumn, the sky is clear, and greenery and filled up water bodies can be encountered. Panchase Trek can be done even in winter, as the season is primarily dry with little snowfall.

Travel with Guide, Permits

Please trek with the guide if you want to enjoy this trek’s excitement fully. The possibility of accidents cannot be denied in the mountainous region of Nepal. So, a professional guide/porter can be more helpful for any situation arising related to food, accommodation, sickness, or accidents. And Raconteur Adventure has a team of well-experienced guides working in the tourism field of Nepal for decades now. It would help if you acquired some ACAP(Annapurna Conservation Area Permit) and TIMS(Trekking Information Management System) before going to Panchase. We will assist you through these permits.

Book Now!

Panchase Trek takes you close to rural cultural settings, mountains and the warmth of hospitality of business owners in these mountains.  Accommodation during this Panchase Trek is more essential than Ghorepani or Annapurna Circuit Trek Route. Local people run homestay in Kalabang and Pumdi villages. The food during the trek is rice, potatoes, noodles, eggs, momo, chapatti, tea, Dal Bhaat, coffee, lentil soup, fried/cooked vegetables and others. You can even try cold drinks, beer, distilled drinks and Raksi.

Come, Plan and Join us for an adventurous journey to Panchase this season. You will get a 15% discount on every booking(valid until March 2022). Please email us @ [email protected] or WhatsApp us @ +977 9851034160 to establish communication to allow further talks between you and us.

Included

  • Sharing twin/double bed room in tea house lodges and home stay during trek.
  • Tea, coffee, cookies and fresh fruits are served during the trek.
  • 3 Times meal (breakfast, lunch and dinner) during the trek.
  • Accommodation, food, salary, equipment for your guide.
  • One registered and experienced local trekking guide.
  • All applicable local tax, vat and office service charge.
  • All necessary trekking permits if required..
  • Necessary insurance for your guide.

Excluded

  • Any expenses which arise due to a change of the itinerary, because of landslides, political trouble, and strikes etc.
  • Travel insurance, Nepal Tourist Visa fees, Items and expenses of personal nature.
  • Personal Trekking Equipments and rescue operation in case of emergency.
  • Accommodation, meals and transportation in Kathmandu and Pokhara.
  • All bar bills, beverages such as coke, fanta, sprite and mineral water.
  • Laundry, phone calls, toiletries (toilet paper, soaps, shampoos etc)
  • Porter and horse or pony ride if needed.
  • Tips for guide.

Checklist

  • Basic medicines (eg. Paracetamole, Ibobrufen, Iodine, Bandages, Antifungal ointments etc)
  • Proper hiking shoes, sandal / flipflop, 1/2 pair of socks, traveling towel
  • Hiking pants/short, 1/2 selected t-shirts, windcheater, sun hat/glass.
  • Sleeping bag, warm clothes (if trekking in winter), head lamp
  • Backpack (preferably 40/45 L as per your need)
  • Rain gears, toiletries, trekking pole.
01

Day 01

Trek to Pumdi Bumdi(1520m) from Pokhara

We start from Pokhara, take a boat across Phewa Lake, and then hike up to Peace Pagoda, which is an approximately 45 minutes hike. Then, we hike up to Peace Pagoda; from Peace Pagoda, we continue our walk to Bumdi Village. Bumdi village is home to Gurungs and Brahmin people. You stay overnight in Bumdi, have dinner and enjoy local culture and traditions. Camping and tea house accommodation is available here in Bumdi. The total trekking for the day is 4-5 hours.

1520m

  4/5 hours

Lodge/Guesthouse/Teahouse

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

02

Day 02

Trek to Panchase Bhanjyang (2065m)

We start trek after breakfast on the second day of Panchase Trek. Today, the trekking track continues through dense forest from where you will view peeking mountains from gaps of trees. Today is the day to cherish as you experience the magic of nature in the woods. The trail passes through exotic flora and fauna; you may also encounter monkeys and other mammals. Plenty of birds dancing and singing are all alluring here on this day of the trek. As you emerge out from trees at Thulunchour, you continue with forest cover until joining a dirt road path, from where all beautiful panorama of mountain unfolds. Mountains like Annapurna, Lamjung, Gangapurna, Macchapucchre(Fishtail) and other peaks above staggering 8000m above are also visible. Mt. Dhaulagiri, Mt. Annapurna I, and Manaslu can be seen in the distance. You then continue along the jeep trail reaching Panchase Bhanjyang. This village is also the home to Gurung and Brahmin communities. You can choose to stay in camp accommodation or tea house accommodation. Walking time for the day is 04 hours. The total distance is 10-11 km.

2065m

  4 hours

Lodge/Guesthouse/Teahouse

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

03

Day 03

Hike to Panchase Hill and trek to Bhadaure(1670m) – Pokhara

Today is the final day of the trek. In the morning, you will climb the steps made up of stones to reach the Panchase Peak, which stands at the height of almost 2500m which is the highest point of this trek. From Panchase Peak, you can enjoy mind settling view of snowy mountains, and you can get up early and climb up to Panchase Peak for a more fantastic view of mountains. Upon enjoying some time in Panchase Peak, we descend the far side of the hill to Alldanda. Today afternoon is a gentle walk to your campsite, tea house, and villages below. The camp lies just above the Bhadaure town, where you can experience the local culture and warm hospitality of Gurung, Kami and Brahman. We will drive you to Pokhara from Nauda Danda, marking the end of this trek.

2500m

  4 hours

3/4/5 Star Hotel

Breakfast & Lunch

 

What are the main highlights of the Panchase trek?

The Panchase Area is gaining a reputation as the ideal walking location in a gorgeous environment. The Panchase region covers 5,500 acres and is located on the boundary of Kaski, Parbat, and Syangja. Many Himalayan peaks above 8000 meters may be viewed from here. This is an area with a wide range of flora and wildlife. There are approximately 113 different types of flowers, including two unique species of flower found only in this area, 107 species of wild orchids, five species of rhododendron and plants such as Loktha, Khashru, Champ, Phalat, medicinal herbs as flowing wind directly from the Himalayas strikes and vegetations with therapeutic value such as Loth Salla, Titte, Kurilo, Naagbeli, Satuwa, Paanch Aaule.

In addition, the Panchase protected forest is home to a variety of wildlife like tigers, deer, lagoons, beer, leopards, and several bird species. People visit the temple of Shidda Baba, Balaji Phachyan Temple, Boudha Stupas, and Panchase Lake and the natural significance of this location. Because this location has a mystical connection with the number five, it is also claimed that the confluxes of five peaks are five sacred meditation seats and that the Five Pandavas (protagonist characters in the epic Mahabharat) spent their exile period in this location.

What is the experience of staying at a hotel like?

After a few hours of walking, we will arrive at Panchase bhanjyang, where we will spend the night. The hotel there warmly welcomes their guests, and because this place has typical ethnic significance, community homestays are also available, so it's up to you if you want to experience local lifestyle, house made of stones and which may be low in amenities and simplistic. Still, you will be showered with hospitality in their way. Otherwise, you can get twin sharing bedrooms or camps.

When is the greatest time to go on the Panchase trek?

The best time to go on a Panchase trip is in the fall (March-April) and the winter (September-December). If the monsoon arrives soon and lasts through October, it will be overcast. Otherwise, the view in Panchase at this time of year is fantastic. In general, this location receives the most rainfall in Nepal and is known as the "Wet Place of the Annapurna Circuit."

What should you wear for a hike?

Trekking to Panchase may be done all year, however clothes may differ according on the season; Nepal has four seasons.

Spring is a windy season, and Panchase has a subtropical temperate climate, so you may wear polyester inner and windcheater, as well as comfy joggers.

During the autumn season, we recommend wearing moisture-wicking clothing such as polyester. While it may be sunny during the day and you may not want to wear many things because you will be strolling, the nights in the autumn season may be rather cold, so be prepared with light down coats.

During the winter (mid-december to mid-February), it gets too cold in the Panchase region; the temperature steadily drops as we climb higher, thus it is advisable to wear three layers of clothing, with a polyester inner layer, fleece materials as a second layer, and a down jacket as an outer layer. There is also a small risk of snowfall in Panchase.

Overview

Panchase Trek with Child

Panchase lies near Pokhara but receives fewer tourists than other Annapurna trekking routes, making this trek route more peaceful and relaxing.  Trek is short, and if you are planning to trek the Annapurna Circuit, Annapurna Base Camp or other demanding trekking routes, then this trek is for you.  Panchase can be your taste trek giving you an idea of whether you should go for significant trekking or not.

Panchase Trek Highlights

  • All fantastic views of beautiful mountains such as Dhaulagiri, Annapurna, Fishtail, Lamjung Himal, Mardi Himal and many other unnamed peaks. And all these magnificent mountains in sunrise reward some fantastic picturesque view masterful view in the natural setting of the Annapurna area.
  • Panchase Hill at 2500m highlights this trek as you savour all the fantastic views of Annapurna Himal and other accompanying mountains.
  • Panchase Trek rewards an excellent chance to involve in the local lifestyle, unspoiled culture, and warm hospitality.
  • Serene Fewa boating experience with the chance to explore the world peace pagoda along the way.
  • Heartwarming view of peaks such as Dhaulagiri, Lamjung, Macchapucchre, and Manaslu.
  • Engage and witness rural lifestyle in villages of mainly Gurung and Brahman people.
  • Comparatively easy trek for beginners and group travelling in the family.
  • This trek route is less crowded and newly opened.

In three days during this Panchase Trek offered by Raconteur Adventure, you will experience lands of dense jungle and small streams, ultimately reaching Panchase, where mind-boggling snowy mountain views welcome you with arms wide open. From Panchase, you feel satisfied with the superb view of mountains 8000m above high. The best time to savour the natural magnificence is in the early morning. The sky is clear, and sun rays hit, making mountains golden. Mt Fishtail, Mt. Dhaulagiri, Mt. Annapurna, Mt. Manaslu, and Mt. Lamjung will open up on clear sky days. The best time to trek in Nepal is from September to November and April to March. There are different trek routes to reach Pachase, and Raconteur Adventure has all the itineraries ready to serve you.

Panchase Trek Routes

First Route

The major popular route to Panchase Trek commences from Kande, Pokhara. On the first day, the trek starts from Kande to reach Bhadure. You will go to Bhanjyang from Bhaduri on the second day of your tour. On the third day, you will get to Panchase Peak from Bhanjyang and return to Bhanjyang. You can extend your night’s stay in Bhanjyang or directly trek back to Pokhara.

Solo travellers find this trek fancier as it is not too demanding, is not dull to hike alone and is well marked.

Second Route

The second Route to Panchase follows the same route until reaching the peak of Panchase, but you will take a different way to return to Pokhara. You reach peak via Kande, Bhadure, and Bhanjyang. And will return via Sidhane Damdame and Ghaitchhina. This return route takes you to the thick, dense forest, terraced farmland, and villages of different ethnic communities.  However, this route is not that famous, so carrying lots of water and snacks is advisable. Finally, you can take a taxi, bus or even walk to Lakeside Pokhara.

Many stone steps are here along the route to Panchase, which can be challenging. Climbing down the stairs is more difficult as more pressure is on the knees. It is good to carry trekking poles with you.  Altitude sickness is no issue in this trek, and the maximum altitude in the trek walk is just 2500 meters above sea level.  Please mind checking our itinerary section or writing to us to know more about the entire tour organisation, and safety precautions are taken @ [email protected]. There are plenty of reasons to do Panchase Trek as it is short, making it relatively cheaper and not challenging. But the natural abundance is not to be missed too.

Flora and Fauna of the Panchase region

Nepal is known as orchid heaven, as 381 species are found in Nepal. Out of 381, 125 species of orchids are here in the Panchase region. This region has a forest line of walnut, oak and pine trees. You will walk through a forest of blooming red, yellow, pink, and white during the Spring. Rhododendron is the national flower of Nepal. This beautiful setting might sound magical, but we urge you to come and experience it for yourself.

Nineteen species of Mammals are here in Panchase Region. Common leopard, the tiger, spotted deer, fox, civet cat, barking beer, black beer, wild board, rhesus macaque and common langur call the Panchase region they’re home. And 260 species of birds sing and play here. Some common birds you will see are wildfowl, woodpeckers, kingfishers, parrots, bulbuls, babblers, bee-eaters, warblers and other species.

Best time for Panchase Trek

If you think about the best time to do Panchase Trek, then Spring, Autumn and winter are the best time to do Panchase Trek. Spring serves the best setting as hills are full of colourful blooming rhododendrons, clear sky, and glittering mountains. But there is always that chance that the atmosphere can be full of clouds.

If you wish to trek during Autumn, the sky is clear, and greenery and filled up water bodies can be encountered. Panchase Trek can be done even in winter, as the season is primarily dry with little snowfall.

Travel with Guide, Permits

Please trek with the guide if you want to enjoy this trek’s excitement fully. The possibility of accidents cannot be denied in the mountainous region of Nepal. So, a professional guide/porter can be more helpful for any situation arising related to food, accommodation, sickness, or accidents. And Raconteur Adventure has a team of well-experienced guides working in the tourism field of Nepal for decades now. It would help if you acquired some ACAP(Annapurna Conservation Area Permit) and TIMS(Trekking Information Management System) before going to Panchase. We will assist you through these permits.

Book Now!

Panchase Trek takes you close to rural cultural settings, mountains and the warmth of hospitality of business owners in these mountains.  Accommodation during this Panchase Trek is more essential than Ghorepani or Annapurna Circuit Trek Route. Local people run homestay in Kalabang and Pumdi villages. The food during the trek is rice, potatoes, noodles, eggs, momo, chapatti, tea, Dal Bhaat, coffee, lentil soup, fried/cooked vegetables and others. You can even try cold drinks, beer, distilled drinks and Raksi.

Come, Plan and Join us for an adventurous journey to Panchase this season. You will get a 15% discount on every booking(valid until March 2022). Please email us @ [email protected] or WhatsApp us @ +977 9851034160 to establish communication to allow further talks between you and us.

Included

  • Sharing twin/double bed room in tea house lodges and home stay during trek.
  • Tea, coffee, cookies and fresh fruits are served during the trek.
  • 3 Times meal (breakfast, lunch and dinner) during the trek.
  • Accommodation, food, salary, equipment for your guide.
  • One registered and experienced local trekking guide.
  • All applicable local tax, vat and office service charge.
  • All necessary trekking permits if required..
  • Necessary insurance for your guide.

Excluded

  • Any expenses which arise due to a change of the itinerary, because of landslides, political trouble, and strikes etc.
  • Travel insurance, Nepal Tourist Visa fees, Items and expenses of personal nature.
  • Personal Trekking Equipments and rescue operation in case of emergency.
  • Accommodation, meals and transportation in Kathmandu and Pokhara.
  • All bar bills, beverages such as coke, fanta, sprite and mineral water.
  • Laundry, phone calls, toiletries (toilet paper, soaps, shampoos etc)
  • Porter and horse or pony ride if needed.
  • Tips for guide.

Checklist

  • Basic medicines (eg. Paracetamole, Ibobrufen, Iodine, Bandages, Antifungal ointments etc)
  • Proper hiking shoes, sandal / flipflop, 1/2 pair of socks, traveling towel
  • Hiking pants/short, 1/2 selected t-shirts, windcheater, sun hat/glass.
  • Sleeping bag, warm clothes (if trekking in winter), head lamp
  • Backpack (preferably 40/45 L as per your need)
  • Rain gears, toiletries, trekking pole.

Tour Plan

01

Day 01

Trek to Pumdi Bumdi(1520m) from Pokhara

We start from Pokhara, take a boat across Phewa Lake, and then hike up to Peace Pagoda, which is an approximately 45 minutes hike. Then, we hike up to Peace Pagoda; from Peace Pagoda, we continue our walk to Bumdi Village. Bumdi village is home to Gurungs and Brahmin people. You stay overnight in Bumdi, have dinner and enjoy local culture and traditions. Camping and tea house accommodation is available here in Bumdi. The total trekking for the day is 4-5 hours.

1520m

  4/5 hours

Lodge/Guesthouse/Teahouse

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

02

Day 02

Trek to Panchase Bhanjyang (2065m)

We start trek after breakfast on the second day of Panchase Trek. Today, the trekking track continues through dense forest from where you will view peeking mountains from gaps of trees. Today is the day to cherish as you experience the magic of nature in the woods. The trail passes through exotic flora and fauna; you may also encounter monkeys and other mammals. Plenty of birds dancing and singing are all alluring here on this day of the trek. As you emerge out from trees at Thulunchour, you continue with forest cover until joining a dirt road path, from where all beautiful panorama of mountain unfolds. Mountains like Annapurna, Lamjung, Gangapurna, Macchapucchre(Fishtail) and other peaks above staggering 8000m above are also visible. Mt. Dhaulagiri, Mt. Annapurna I, and Manaslu can be seen in the distance. You then continue along the jeep trail reaching Panchase Bhanjyang. This village is also the home to Gurung and Brahmin communities. You can choose to stay in camp accommodation or tea house accommodation. Walking time for the day is 04 hours. The total distance is 10-11 km.

2065m

  4 hours

Lodge/Guesthouse/Teahouse

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

03

Day 03

Hike to Panchase Hill and trek to Bhadaure(1670m) – Pokhara

Today is the final day of the trek. In the morning, you will climb the steps made up of stones to reach the Panchase Peak, which stands at the height of almost 2500m which is the highest point of this trek. From Panchase Peak, you can enjoy mind settling view of snowy mountains, and you can get up early and climb up to Panchase Peak for a more fantastic view of mountains. Upon enjoying some time in Panchase Peak, we descend the far side of the hill to Alldanda. Today afternoon is a gentle walk to your campsite, tea house, and villages below. The camp lies just above the Bhadaure town, where you can experience the local culture and warm hospitality of Gurung, Kami and Brahman. We will drive you to Pokhara from Nauda Danda, marking the end of this trek.

2500m

  4 hours

3/4/5 Star Hotel

Breakfast & Lunch

 

Tour Location

FAQs

What are the main highlights of the Panchase trek?

The Panchase Area is gaining a reputation as the ideal walking location in a gorgeous environment. The Panchase region covers 5,500 acres and is located on the boundary of Kaski, Parbat, and Syangja. Many Himalayan peaks above 8000 meters may be viewed from here. This is an area with a wide range of flora and wildlife. There are approximately 113 different types of flowers, including two unique species of flower found only in this area, 107 species of wild orchids, five species of rhododendron and plants such as Loktha, Khashru, Champ, Phalat, medicinal herbs as flowing wind directly from the Himalayas strikes and vegetations with therapeutic value such as Loth Salla, Titte, Kurilo, Naagbeli, Satuwa, Paanch Aaule.

In addition, the Panchase protected forest is home to a variety of wildlife like tigers, deer, lagoons, beer, leopards, and several bird species. People visit the temple of Shidda Baba, Balaji Phachyan Temple, Boudha Stupas, and Panchase Lake and the natural significance of this location. Because this location has a mystical connection with the number five, it is also claimed that the confluxes of five peaks are five sacred meditation seats and that the Five Pandavas (protagonist characters in the epic Mahabharat) spent their exile period in this location.

What is the experience of staying at a hotel like?

After a few hours of walking, we will arrive at Panchase bhanjyang, where we will spend the night. The hotel there warmly welcomes their guests, and because this place has typical ethnic significance, community homestays are also available, so it's up to you if you want to experience local lifestyle, house made of stones and which may be low in amenities and simplistic. Still, you will be showered with hospitality in their way. Otherwise, you can get twin sharing bedrooms or camps.

When is the greatest time to go on the Panchase trek?

The best time to go on a Panchase trip is in the fall (March-April) and the winter (September-December). If the monsoon arrives soon and lasts through October, it will be overcast. Otherwise, the view in Panchase at this time of year is fantastic. In general, this location receives the most rainfall in Nepal and is known as the "Wet Place of the Annapurna Circuit."

What should you wear for a hike?

Trekking to Panchase may be done all year, however clothes may differ according on the season; Nepal has four seasons.

Spring is a windy season, and Panchase has a subtropical temperate climate, so you may wear polyester inner and windcheater, as well as comfy joggers.

During the autumn season, we recommend wearing moisture-wicking clothing such as polyester. While it may be sunny during the day and you may not want to wear many things because you will be strolling, the nights in the autumn season may be rather cold, so be prepared with light down coats.

During the winter (mid-december to mid-February), it gets too cold in the Panchase region; the temperature steadily drops as we climb higher, thus it is advisable to wear three layers of clothing, with a polyester inner layer, fleece materials as a second layer, and a down jacket as an outer layer. There is also a small risk of snowfall in Panchase.

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