Annapurna Circuit By Bike – Nepal
No room in the bus… so up with the bike!
134 ‘Rope Makers’ – Nepal
Kids waiting for that swing.
Following the newly built jeep trail makes the route accessible to bikes.
Up the beautiful Marsyangdi from Besisahar.
Dal Bhat Break!
133 ‘End Of The Road’ – Nepal
The trail keeps getting better after the end of the road.
Living on the edge.
Here Comes The Weather!
Pisang, home for the day while i waited for the weather to pass.
Waiting for the rain to stop. I caught the tail end of a cyclone that hit India pretty hard. For me it rained a lot in a p[lace where (apparently) it never rains. Not a bad view though!
On the trail again.
The odd bit of shouldering the bike.
Just like home.
What a trail.
Dinner time, sitting as close to the stove as possible!
Preparing for the Thorong La (this bright idea of carrying my frame on my back didn’t really work – i just lost circulation in my arms!)
Seemed like a good idea at the time.
Getting higher – over 4,000m
Early Morning Attack
Pete’s Annapurna adventures
132 ‘Ponys At 5400m’ – Nepal
The clouds clear just in time.
High altitude desert North of Jomsom. Very windy!
131 ‘Mustang Ceiling’ – Nepal
Coming down into the woods.
Yep, that’s right, it’s what it looks like….
Looks like home.
130 ‘Riding The Deepest Valley On Earth’ – Nepal
While Alice tries to fix her back in a yoga ashram in Kathmandu, Pete sets out to ride the infamous Annapurna Circuit solo.
A full write up and guide for other solo travellers should be coming to the recommended category of this website soon.