3 days Depart Pokhara
The Kali Gandaki, named after the Hindu goddess of destruction Kali, rising in Upper Mustang, on the northern side of the Himalaya. As it tumbles south between the majestic Dhaulagiri and Annapurna ranges, it creates one of the world’s deepest river gorges. The river combines outrageous whitewater with some of the prettiest scenery in Nepal, seldom visited valleys and truly quiet and introspective evenings. The river journey begins from Baglung, located about three hours west of Pokhara. The variety of experiences on such a short trip would be hard to match anywhere in the world and the rapids are only a small part of the experience. The Kali Gandaki has a perfect ending to a great trip as the biggest rounds of rapids are tackled on the last day. We are able to use skills developed over the last two days to run tighter, more challenging lines.