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Muldai View Trek

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Muldai View Trek
Trip Duration 8 Days
Max-Altitude 3640
Group Size 1-15
Start & End Point Pokhara
Trip Difficulty Easy
Best Season Spring and Autumn
Trip Price
US$ 980
US$ 750 Per Person
Trip Introduction

Overview of Muldai View Trek

Nestled in the heart of the Annapurna region of Nepal, the Muldai View Trek is a hidden treasure for nature lovers and adventure seekers. Offering breathtaking views of the majestic Himalayas, this trek is an excellent opportunity to witness the pristine beauty of the Annapurna, Dhaulagiri, and Nilgiri mountains.

Trip Schedule

Itinerary of Muldai View Trek

Accommodation Local Teahouse
Meals Breakfast

By Tourist Bus: – As your bus leaves early morning at 7 a.m., take an early breakfast and catch your bus from Tourist Bus Station. The journey to Pokhara is always wonderful as you will pass several small and big settlements via raging Trishuli River. On the way, the bus will stop for the lunch.

By Private Vehicle: – You can also drive to Pokhara with a private vehicle. Trek Nepal Himalayas arranges the private vehicle transportation to Pokhara on our client’s request. You are requested to add the request for the private vehicle while making the booking.

By Flight: Those who do not want to travel overland, or want to skip the long journey on the bumpy road can choose this option. The Flight will take around 30 minutes to get to Pokhara.

In Pokhara, you can finally check the gears and can hire or buy them if you have forgotten anything. In the evening walk around the wonderful Phewa Lake yourself. Overnight at hotel.

Accommodation Local Teahouse
Meals Breakfast

Take an early breakfast and get ready for the trekking. Today you will first take a short drive to Nayapul from Pokhara. From Nayapul, you will be starting your trekking. The trail from Nayapul is an easy trail where you walk through the stone paved steps passing several small villages. Just below Ulleri, you will be treated with the first glimpse of Annapurna South. Overnight in Ulleri at a teahouse.

Accommodation Local Teahouse
Meals Breakfast

A tough yet stunning trekking day. Today you will be trekking through the dense rhododendron forest. The hiking will be more special if it is in the spring as the Rhododendron blooms around with seven colors. Upon you reach Ghorepani, you will forget all the pains you had during the walking as the mountain views are just perfect and refreshing. Enjoy a hot cup of tea with awe-inspiring views of the mountains. Overnight at a teahouse.

Accommodation Local Teahouse
Meals Breakfast

The best day of the trekking. Wake up early morning, take your torchlight and start the hiking up to Poon Hill. It takes one hour to get up to Poon Hill from Ghorepani. At Poon Hill, you can collect the superb sunrise view in Dhaulagiri and Annapurna Himalayan ranges. After collecting wonderful memories in Poon Hill we return to Ghoorepani, have breakfast and continue to Dobato. Overnight at Lodge.

Accommodation Local Teahouse
Meals Breakfast

Today probably an excellent day. We reach to Muldai View Point which is our awaiting destination of Muldai Trek. We climb up to Muldai Viewpoint at 3640m which give us picturesque eyes level panorama mountains views of Annapurna, Dhaulagiri, Lamjung, Fishtail & Gangapurna and diversity landscapes of surrounding valley. Afterwards we descend to Dobato. Overnight at Teahouse/Lodge.

Accommodation Local Teahouse
Meals Breakfast

After collecting the amazing views, trek back to Ghorepani for the breakfast, then after start your trek to Ghandruk. The trail of the day is mostly easy and downhill. In Ghandruk is a astounding Gurung ethnic village. Ghandruk also offers the incredible views of the mountains. You can also visit a museum there and can try some local costumes. Overnight at Ghandruk.

Accommodation Local Teahouse
Meals Breakfast

The walk to Nayapul takes us along a beautiful undulating trail through surrounded by terraced fields, villages, and river.

Accommodation Local Teahouse
Meals Breakfast

By Tourist Bus:—As your bus leaves early morning at 8 a.m., take an early breakfast and catch your bus from Tourist Bus Station and drive back to Kathmandu. On the way, the bus will stop for the lunch.

By Private Vehicle:—You can also drive back with a private vehicle. Trek Nepal Himalayas arranges the private vehicle transportation to Kathmandu on our client’s request. You are requested to add the request for the private vehicle while making the booking.

By Flight: Those who do not want to travel overland, or want to skip the long journey on the bumpy road can choose this option. The Flight will take around 30 minutes to get to Kathmandu. In Kathmandu, you can do some last shopping in Thamel. Overnight at hotel.


Added Insights

Includes/Excludes

What's Included?

  • Trekkers’ Information Management System (TIMS)
  • All necessary paper works.
  • All accommodations during a trip
  • An experienced, knowledgeable, friendly & helpful trekking guide
  • 1 Porter for 2 Guest
  • Medical supplies (first aid kit will be available).
  • All Service and Government Charges
  • Salary, meals and all travel insurance of office staff

What's Excluded?

  • Nepal Visa Fees
  • International Airfare
  • All Expenses which the company does not mention
  • Travel and rescue insurance
  • Tipping
Good to Know

Essential Information - Muldai View Trek

Unravelling the Muldai View Trek

The Muldai View Trekking is accessible and short, making it an excellent choice for beginners and seasoned trekkers. The journey begins in Ghandruk, a short drive from Pokhara, and continues to Landruk, a beautiful Gurung village. The trek, taking about 2 to 3 days, winds through lush forests, terraced fields, and quaint villages. The highlight of the trek is the Muldai viewpoint, a visual treat offering panoramic views of the Annapurna mountain range.

Trekking Experience at Muldai Viewpoint

The Muldai viewpoint is at an impressive 3637 meters. The view from the summit is breathtaking, offering a stunning vista of snow-capped peaks, including Annapurna South, Hiunchuli, Gangapurna, and Machhapuchhre (Fishtail). The trek route offers an immersive experience, meandering through the lush rhododendron forest, making it a naturally enchanting trek.

When to Trek: Choosing the Best Time

The best time to embark on the Muldai View Trip is from September to November and March to May. The weather during these months is generally straightforward, offering excellent visibility and dry trails. The trek can also be completed in winter, with colder weather and potentially challenging trail conditions.

Experience the Local Culture

Besides the natural beauty, the Muldai View Trek offers a glimpse into the unique culture and lifestyle of the Gurung people. The trek route passes through traditional villages where trekkers can interact with the local community and learn about their customs and beliefs.

Muldai View Trek Highlights

One of the critical features of the Muldai View Adventure is the community-based management of the trek route. The local community actively maintains the trails, promotes sustainable tourism, and supports the local economy.
The teahouses along the trail offer a delightful range of traditional Nepalese dishes, with a few continental options. Accommodation is provided in basic but comfortable teahouses, providing an authentic experience of staying in the Himalayas.

Getting Your Permits Ready

Before embarking on the Muldai View Trek, trekkers must obtain the Annapurna Conservation Permit (ACAP) and the TIMS (Trekkers’ Information Management System) permit. These permits are necessary to ensure the protection and sustainable management of the region.

Muldai View Trek: Discovering the Ideal Season for a Breathtaking Journey

The Muldai View Trek, a hidden gem in the Annapurna region of Nepal, offers an unparalleled trekking experience marked by stunning panoramic views and rich cultural encounters. Choosing the best season to embark on this journey is essential to appreciate its beauty and uniqueness fully. Here’s a detailed look at what each season offers, ensuring your trek is not just a journey but an unforgettable experience.

Spring: A Burst of Life (March to May)

Spring is a spectacular time for the Muldai View Trek. The landscape transforms into a vibrant canvas of blooming rhododendrons and other wildflowers. The weather is pleasantly warm during the day, with cooler nights ideal for trekking. Temperatures range from 10-20°C, providing comfortable conditions for hikers. The clear skies offer majestic views of the Dhaulagiri and Annapurna ranges, making it a photographer’s paradise. Wildlife sightings are more frequent in spring, adding an extra thrill to your trek.

Autumn: Clear Skies and Cultural Festivities (September to November)

Autumn is another prime season for the Muldai View Trek. The monsoon rains leave a rejuvenated landscape with lush greenery and clear post-monsoon skies. This period offers the most stable weather conditions, with minimal rain and moderate temperatures, ideal for trekking. The visibility is excellent, offering crisp views of the Himalayan peaks. This season also coincides with major Nepalese festivals like Dashain and Tihar, showing a unique cultural experience.

Winter: Serene and Pristine (December to February)

The Muldai View Trek in winter is for those who appreciate solitude and the serene beauty of snow-covered landscapes. The trails are less crowded, and the views of the snow-clad mountains are breathtaking. However, temperatures can drop significantly, especially at higher altitudes, so adequate preparation and winter gear are essential. Some teahouses may be closed, so planning your accommodation is essential.

Monsoon: Lush Greenery and Solitude (June to August)

Monsoon season is less popular for the Muldai View Trek due to the heavy rainfall, making trails slippery and challenging. However, for those willing to face the rain, the monsoon period offers a unique experience with fewer tourists, lush landscapes, and vibrant greenery. It’s a time when nature is in full bloom, and the air is fresh and clean.

Tailoring Your Trek to the Season

Choosing the right season for the Muldai View Trek is about matching your preferences with what each season has to offer:

  • Weather and Visibility: Spring and autumn provide the best weather and visibility conditions.
  • Crowds: Winter and monsoon offer a more solitary experience.
  • Natural Beauty: Spring brings blooms, while monsoon offers lush landscapes.

Booking Your Muldai View Trek

Booking your Muldai View Trek with Trek Nepal Himalayas Pvt Ltd ensures a hassle-free experience. Our expert guides ensure your trek is safe, enjoyable, and memorable. When you book with us, you’re guaranteed top-notch service and the chance to witness the awe-inspiring beauty of the Annapurna region.

So don’t wait! Start planning your Muldai View trekking today and immerse yourself in the enchanting beauty of the Annapurna region, experience local culture, and create memories that will last a lifetime.

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