“Stop worrying about the potholes in the road and enjoy the journey.”
Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek in Annapurna region is the short and easy trek ideal for every trekking enthusiast. This trek offers trekking and hiking experiences through beautiful forests, terraced fields and glimpse of best sunrise views over the Himalayas from the iconic Poon Hill along with the exploration of local culture and tradition in Ghandruk and Landruk villages. This seven days of trekking in Annapurna region would certainly delight you in every way.
We embark on our Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek from one of the most attractive cities of the world, Pokhara. Initially we take a short drive towards Suikhet Phedi and start trekking through west of Henjakot to arrive at Dhampus. This place offers scintillating views of snow-capped mountains like Mt. Machapuchare (Fishtail Mountain) and Mt. Annapurna South. Next day we will be passing through beautiful Rhododendron forests to reach Landruk village which is locally inhabited by Gurungs. In the following day after having our usual breakfast, we head towards beautiful Ghandruk village which exhibits the terrace fields with the views of glorious Himalayas at the backdrop. Ghorepani quest begins next day with approx. 8 hours of walking through Tadapani, forests in Deurali and finally arrive at the Magar village of Ghorepani. Further we will be hiking early in the morning towards Poon Hill to capture the best sunrise views over the Himalayas. We will be returning to Ghorepani for further exploration of the village and head towards Birethanti next day. The trails generally involve descending through stone paved staircases and sight of breathtaking views. Finally, we conclude our trek after arriving at Birethanti and driving back towards Pokhara city. By doing so, we plan on ending our dramatic experience trek in the heartland of Annapurna region.
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