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YAK RU - Back to the Roots
Transcript of YAK RU - Back to the Roots
30 th March - 11 th April 2015
How High? 5416 Meters
Overall, Mens and Womens
Fun at High Grounds
Annapurna Challenge '15
How it looks
5 Days Stage Mountain Biking Race
Beautiful Lake Gangapurna, and Manang Village
World's Deepest Gorge, Kaligandaki valley, Mustang
Help restore old Annapurna walking route.
Total Ascent - 41000 Ft
Total distance - 240 Km
US $ 2990/-
Around the Annapurna Mountains in Nepal
Mar 30 - April 11, 2015
Day 1 - Arrival in Kathmandu. Welcome by Yak Ru crew and check into hotel.
Day 2 - Day warm Up ride followed by the Race Briefing in the evening.
Day 3 - Kathmandu-BesiSahar - Bus Ride to Besi Sahar. Sort out gear.
Day 4 - BesiSahar- Taal (
Riding Day 1- Stage 1
Day 5 - Taal - Chame
(Riding Day 2 - Stage 2
Day 6 - Chame - Mananag Via Ghyaru and Ngawal (
Riding Day 3 - Stage 3
Day 7 - Explore Manang (Rest Day)
Day 8 Mananag - Phedi (
Riding Day 4 - Stage 4
Day 9 - Phedi - Thorong Pass - Kagbeni (
Riding Day 5 - Stage 5
Day 10 - Kagbeni - Tatopani (
Group Ride 1
Day 11 - Tatopani - Kaniyaghat (
Group ride 2
) - Transfer by Bus to Pokhara. Race conclusion ceremony and Farewell dinner.
Day 12- Flight back to Kathmandu (Morning flight). Afternoon free and easy. Shopping etc.
Day 13 - Flight back home. Transfer to airport.
To take part, please write to us today
Exchange of opportunity between the best Nepalese mountain bikers and the best the world has.
Run Medical Camps along race route
Set up Mountain Biking Academy
15 o/o discount for Early Bird sign up until 31 August 2014
Complete Race Profile
"Some of the best single-track I have ridden anywhere in the world.", Wilson Low - Singapore