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Poon Hill Trek

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Tour details
Destinations: Dhaulagiri
Type of adventure: icon-16.png Trekking + walking
Guide language: English
Price: min $ 325
Group size: — max 12
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Poon Hill Trek is perfect for anyone who has got limited time or for people who want a short trek in Nepal but don’t want to miss out on the views. The Himalayan vistas on Poon Hill Trek certainly pack a punch, especially when you climb Poon Hill as the sun rises over these beautiful mountains. The route starts and finishes in Nayapul, looping around Ghorepani and Ghandruk trek offering the crisp serenity of this high alpine area and a peek into traditional Nepali lifestyle.
We stay in friendly teahouses, tackle a challenging climb of 3300 steps up to Ulleri and follow the River Bhurungdi east past low land rice fields and thick jungles where you will see monkeys playing and many species of birds resting in the trees.
Annapurna South, Barasikha, Nilgiri, Hiunchuli, Machhapuchru (also know as Fishtail mountain), the Dhaulagiri mountain range and Tukuche Peak are all on show on this short trek to Poon Hill into this beautiful region, along with the chance to get to know the Nepali people and taste the local delicacies.
The experiences on this route will provide you with happy memories and stories to tell for years to come, a truly unforgettable trek into the heart of the Annapurnas.
Please click here for Poon Hill Trek information in Chinese language.
All tour descriptions and conditions are given in accordance with the information of Mosaic Adventure
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