Ghorepani Poonhill Trekking

Annapurna Holiday Planner welcomes travelers from families, school / collage groups, nature lovers and adventurer to Ghorepani-Pun hill & Annapurna Panorama, a trip for all in the overwhelming Himalayan destination, where altitude does not much affect you, as this trekking reach at little over 3,000 meters at the high scenic hill top of Pun Hill, this makes you free from altitude sickness and to enjoy the surrounding natural beauty at ease.

Ghorepani-Pun hill & Annapurna Panorama with Annapurna Encounter starts with an interesting drive to famous touristic place at Pokhara where the Annapurna Himalaya and towering Mt. Machhapuchhre “Fish Tail” reflects on the pristine Phewa Lake at scenic Pokhara the door to most of Annapurna & Dhaulagiri to Mustang area journey starts.

After Pokhara with short drive to begin this wonderful trekking leading to a beautiful spot at Ghorepani walking through enchanting rhododendron forest with grandeur views of Annapurna and Dhaulagiri range of mountains.

From Ghorepani a short hike to Pun Hill at 3,190 meters for stunning sunrise over the chain of snow capped mountains from Mt. Dhaulagiri 8,167 meters, Nilgiris 6,230 meters, Annapurna at 8,091 m, Annapurna South 7,219m, Gangapurna 7,455m and Annapurna III 7,555m. Mt. Machhapuchhre (Fish-tail) 6,997 m as far to Mt. Manaslu in the eastern horizon. After a scenic trek walk continues with great views towards mid hills of Annapurna Himalaya passing traditional Gurung villages and finally heading back to Pokhara by an alternative route from Gandruk village onwards with constant beautiful views of Himalayan peaks all the way to scenic Pokhara, concluding this awesome journey in the comfort of nice hotels by the lake Phewa.


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