Ghorepani Poon hill trekking

16 May, 2017
Sabin Dangol
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Ghorepani Poon hill trekking is one of the best short treks in Annapurna region.This trek is designed for the people, who don't have sufficient time to trek for long days but still have the desire to trek in the Himalayas. The Ghorepani trekking is often achieved within four days to five days its depend upon your pace of walking.The trek furnishes an opportunity to discover the wonder of nature as well as to be closed with the superb ethnic settlement of  Magar, Pun and Thakali. Alongside flora, fauna, birds, mountain scenery also the main attraction of this trek.Ghorepani trekking area is protected by the Annapurna Conservation Area (ACA) therefore you will notice the less pollution and deforestation throughout the trekking trails. We must appreciate the Annapurna Conservation Area (ACA) for thier active involvement in the local area, the trail is preserved considering the development the villages throughout the  Eco-tourism concept.Ghandruk village witnesses the best example of Ecotourism. 

 

The maximum elevation of Ghorepani trek is  Poon Hill, 3210 m  above from the sea level.Wake up early  in morning to hike Poon Hill, about 45 minutes to 60 minutes away from your hotel. Poon Hill offers you the wonderful mountain views including two world's highest 8000 m above peaks -  Annapurna I (8091m) and Dhaulagiri I (8167m).  Meanwhile, you will be enforced to admire the exhilarating  Himalayan ranges of  Himtuli (6441m), Fishtail (6997m  ) Nilgiri (7061m), Tukhuche peak (6920m),  Dhampus Peak (6012m), Annapurna south and others towering mountains just opposite your eyes.

Ghorapani trekking trails connected with many trekking destinations which are : Annapurna  Base Camp (ABC),  Annapurna Cuicuit, Jomsom  - Muktinath and newly launched Khopra - Mohore Danda.No age limitations and no previous experience needed to trek in Ghorepani trekking. Pack your backpack and gear up to trek in Ghorepani Poon hill trekking !!!!!

 

Short Itinerary of Ghorepani  Poon Hill Trekking

Day01: Arrival date

Dat02: Drive to Pokhara

Day03: Drive to  Nayapool and trek start. Overnight at Deurali

Day04: Trek to Deurali to Ghorepani

Day05: Trek to Ghorapni to Tadapani

Day06: Tadapani to Ghandruk. Excursion in leisure

Day07: Trek Ghandruk to Nayanpul and drive back to hotel

Day08 : Drive  back to Ktm

Day09:  Departure day

 

What are the best seasons for Ghorepani Pon Hill trekking?

 

Generally, Nepal has four seasons which are:

 

Autumn (between September – November): This is the best tourist season for Ghorepani Poon hill trekking, summer is just gone and the winter to set in. The weather is highly pleasant so the mountain views look splendid. Autumn season is also known as the peak season for trekking.

 

Winter (between December – February): The weather is cool and the sky is clear with occasional snowfalls at higher elevations.Although Ghorepani Poon hill trekking is possible to do. The morning and night are cold and the days are warm when sunny.

 

Spring( between March – May ): This is the best season for blooming flowers. Specially Rhododendron blooms all over the Ghorepani trekking trails. The temperature is warm in lowlands while moderate in higher altitudes with magnificent mountain view.

 

Summer ( between June – August):  This is the season of monsoon. Rains usually at night time. So that in the daytime the sky well is cleaned,  cleared so the Himalayan view even more dramatic.Some of the places the  lthe leechbe seen.however, if you do consider the anti-leech medicine and confidently go throughout the trail. The Ghorepani poon hill trek would more adventure and fun.

 

What are the permits required to trek in Ghorepani  Poon Hill trekking?

 

1) TIMS Card

 

As per the recent MoU signed by NTB and TAAN, TIMS card is applicable in all trekking areas of the country including restricted areas. Group trekkers will have to pay Blue TIMS cards by paying a fee of Rs 1,000 per person, while FITs have to get Green TIMS cards by paying a fee of Rs 2,000. Similarly, group trekkers from SAARC countries have to pay Rs 300 for TIMS cards, while FITs from the SAARC region have to pay Rs 600 each. - See more at http://www.taan.org.np/pages/about-

 

2) ACAP permit

 

Entry Fee (Per Person) to visit Annapurna Conservation Area (ACA

For SAARC Nationals: Nepali Rupees 200.

For other Nationals (other than SAARC countries): Nepali Rupees 2,000

 

Ghorepani Trekking Map

 

Ghorepani trekking map

 

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