Place Description Gho
Place Description Tilche
Place Description Tachai
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Trail Description Gho – Tachai
Time: 5 hours | Lunch: Tilche | Altitude Variation: 2510 meters to 2340 meters | Distance Covered: 8.5 km | Highlights: Tachai Village
Gho is a pleasant stop on the way down from Tripple Pass on the Manaslu Circuit, and there are good hotels here. There are great views of the west face of Manaslu from Gho. Tilche, a Gurung and Ghale habitation, is two hours away, and is renowned for the Krishnacharitra dance the locals perform. Legend has it that the Hindu god Ganesh was born in a nearby cave; there is a trunk-like rock formation here that is taken to represent the head of the deity. It is three-hour walk to Tachai from Tilche, and apart from views of the Annapurnas, the settlements of Dharapani, Thoche, Odargau, Bagarchap and Dankyu may be seen along the winding Marsyangdi River. Tachai is settled by Gurungs, Ghales and Dalits, and the village is known for the May tradition of capturing a live ghoral.
Trail Description Tachai – Shonglai
Tachai – Shonglai
Time: 5 hours | Lunch: Maidan | Altitude Variation: 2340 meters to 3360 meters | Distance Covered: 4 km | Highlights: The Hill
There are stupas and stands of old pine trees in the village of Tachai, where the locals conduct religious ceremonies. The water mill here is worth a visit, and wildlife may be spotted along the trail.