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Muldai View Point

Muldai View Point

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Trip Facts

Duration : 6 Days Max-Altitude : 3637 Program Type : tea house Best Season : April- May, Jun- Jul Sep-Oct-Nov Per Day Walking : 5/6 h Trek Grade : Grade 3:

Since the terrain can be hard and the days long, hikers on these treks should be in good physical condition and have some previous mountain walking experience. Steep climbing may be involved, although it is never necessary to use ropes. Treks at this level can he arranged for periods of 16 to 21 days. Typically, a gradual ascent through a green river valley will lead you up to a number of high passes, where you will reach the altitude of 5416m. Often times, you will get a close insight into the Tibetan culture. Participants should expect to trek above 5416m/17872ft.

All price inclusive
$ 540 $ 460

Overview

Muldai View Trek

Muldai View Point Trek is a newly introduced alternative short trekking itinerary in the Annapurna region of Nepal. A short Muldai View Point trek offers 360-degree views of the Himalayas, including the Annapurna, the Dhaulagiri range, Lamjung, Fishtail, and the Gangapurna. The Muldai viewpoint lies within the Annapurna Conservation Area, the first and largest Conservation Protected Area in Nepal.

This trek is part of the Khopra Ridge Trek and is based on a community-based concept. During the trek, one passes through dense Rhododendron forests, a beautiful Gurung village, an amazing landscape, and mesmerizing mountain views. The Muldai Hill Trek is becoming increasingly popular among Nepalese travelers who are seeking a short break from their busy daily lives. and a skyline dominated by the majestic Himalayas. You will be overwhelmed by the warm hospitality of the locals in Ghandruk as you make your way to Muldai View Point. Muldai short trek is a community trek that offers a unique experience off-the-beaten-track. The Muldai Trek is also considered an excellent alternative to the Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek.

The Muldai View Point Trek is a less busy trail compared with Poonhill Ghorepani Trek in the Annapurna region. A climb up Muldai Hill offers a magnificent view of the mountains from an elevation of 3637 meters. The Muldai Viewpoint Trek is also called the balcony viewpoint trekking route in the Annapurna Region, which is the largest conservation area in Nepal. The Muldai Viewpoint trek offers an Adeline view of the mountains from its peak. During this Muldai Hill, you will be able to see mountains such as Annapurna, Gangapurna, Fishtail, Lamjung Himal, Dhaulagiri Range, Himchuli, and more.

Muldai View Point Trek is a perfect option for those seeking a short and less crowded trekking route in Nepal. If you want more comfort, you can extend the Muldai View Point trek into a 5 Nights 6 Days trek from Pokhara. During the spring (March to May) and fall (September to November), Muldai View Point Trek is considered to be the best time for moderate temperatures and clear skies. Although there are various obstacles on this trek, it is a moderate trek. There is no physical exertion involved in this trek. Several difficulties can be encountered including steep and rugged trekking trails, walking over stone steps, and continuous walking for five to six hours at a time

As Nepal Wilderness Trekking Pvt. Ltd. we lead this trek with an express local guide from the same area who has in-depth knowledge of the mountains, trails, cultures, and communities of the indigenous people of Nepal.

Poonhill and Muldai Trekking Difficulty Rating:

Anyone who is capable of hiking approximately 5 to 6 hours a day with a lightweight backpack will be able to complete this trek. Please bring walking poles, as you will find them extremely useful especially on long descents when your legs may feel shaky and the stone steps are uneven. There are no altitude-related risks since the altitude is only 3637 meters.

Drinking Water on Muldai Treks:

It is recommended that you drink boiled water or bring chlorine tablets to purify the normal water available in the guest houses along the way. The boiled water is available for a small fee. Euro-guard filters are available in several guesthouses. It is true that mineral water is available in most areas, but there is no provision for disposing of plastic bottles, so we encourage guests to do what they can to conserve the environment.

Recharging batteries of electronic items while trekking:

Using electricity or solar power, you can recharge your digital camera, iPod, batteries, etc. There may be a need to purchase an adaptor in Kathmandu before your trip, as the plugs in Nepal may be different. For recharging facilities, lodges charge a small fee per hour. Your appliances will be powered by 220-240 volts in Nepal. Both round and flat plugs can be inserted into the sockets.

Here are some additional tips for trekking to Muldai danda:

Keep your valuables safe during the trek. When you leave your guesthouse room, be sure to lock the door. It is also recommended that you do not leave your laundry hanging outside at night. In any house, whether Buddhist or Hindu, do not throw anything into the fire. Most cultures believe that the household gods reside in the kitchen.


Detail Itinerary

  • Day 01: Drive to Kimche (1,610m/5,281ft) and trek to Ghandruk (1,940m/6,365ft). Duration: 2:30 hours (55 km) drive, 2 hours (3 km) trek.
  • Day 02: Trek to Tadapani (2,600m/8,530ft) Walking distance: 3-4 hours (7 km) trek
  • Day 03: Trek to Dobato (3,350m/10,990ft) Walking distance: 4–5 hours (6.5 km) trek
  • Day 04: Visit Muldai Viewpoint (3,637m/11,930ft) and trek back to Tadapani Walking distance: 4–5 hours (9 km).
  • Day 05: Trek to Ghorepani (2,874m/9,429ft). Walking distance: 5/6 hours (9 km).
  • Day 06: Trek to Hile (1,480m/4,855ft) and drive to Pokhara (800m/2,625ft) Duration: 2:30 hours (52 km) driving, 5-6 hours (13 km) trekking

Cost Included

  • Pokhara to Kimche  by taxi and Hile to Pokhara by sharing  jeep
  • Italian, Chinese, Nepali, Indian, and many other European Delicious Meals three times a day(Breakfast, lunch, and dinner chosen by Menu)
  • Clean and excellent Lodge accommodations are on the way
  • Microspikes for Dec to Feb
  • One fluent English-speaking, government-registered, experienced first aid-trained guide who is familiar with this area and required porters. One porter for every two pax.
  • (ACAP) Annapurna conservations area project Permits and (TIMS) Trekking Information, management, and system card.
  • Guide food, lodge, bus transportation, salary, insurance, equipment, etc.
  • Sleeping bag for a comfortable night's sleep on a trek in minus-25 degrees
  • Necessary paper works, all government, and local taxes
  • A certificate of appreciation from Nepal wilderness trekking after a successful trek

Cost Excluded

  • Airfare for international flights
  • Upon arrival at Tribhuwan International Airport, Nepal entry visa fees vary by duration (15 days - $25-30, 30 days
  • Accommodations and meals in Kathmandu and in Pokhara before and after our journey
  • Personal equipment for high and cold temperatures
  • Emergency high-altitude rescue and evacuation are covered by travel insurance
  • All beverages, Soft and caffeinated table drinks such as coke, beer,
  • Drinking water/mineral water, Dessert, etc. Hot shower, laundry
  • Tip for guide and porter
  • Excluded are all costs and expenses not listed under "cost includes"
  • Inclusion of costs or delays beyond the control of the management, such as landslides, weather conditions, itinerary modifications due to safety concerns, illness, changes in government policies, strikes, etc.

Reviews

Muldai View Trek

Muldai View Point Trek is a newly introduced alternative short trekking itinerary in the Annapurna region of Nepal. A short Muldai View Point trek offers 360-degree views of the Himalayas, including the Annapurna, the Dhaulagiri range, Lamjung, Fishtail, and the Gangapurna. The Muldai viewpoint lies within the Annapurna Conservation Area, the first and largest Conservation Protected Area in Nepal.

This trek is part of the Khopra Ridge Trek and is based on a community-based concept. During the trek, one passes through dense Rhododendron forests, a beautiful Gurung village, an amazing landscape, and mesmerizing mountain views. The Muldai Hill Trek is becoming increasingly popular among Nepalese travelers who are seeking a short break from their busy daily lives. and a skyline dominated by the majestic Himalayas. You will be overwhelmed by the warm hospitality of the locals in Ghandruk as you make your way to Muldai View Point. Muldai short trek is a community trek that offers a unique experience off-the-beaten-track. The Muldai Trek is also considered an excellent alternative to the Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek.

The Muldai View Point Trek is a less busy trail compared with Poonhill Ghorepani Trek in the Annapurna region. A climb up Muldai Hill offers a magnificent view of the mountains from an elevation of 3637 meters. The Muldai Viewpoint Trek is also called the balcony viewpoint trekking route in the Annapurna Region, which is the largest conservation area in Nepal. The Muldai Viewpoint trek offers an Adeline view of the mountains from its peak. During this Muldai Hill, you will be able to see mountains such as Annapurna, Gangapurna, Fishtail, Lamjung Himal, Dhaulagiri Range, Himchuli, and more.

Muldai View Point Trek is a perfect option for those seeking a short and less crowded trekking route in Nepal. If you want more comfort, you can extend the Muldai View Point trek into a 5 Nights 6 Days trek from Pokhara. During the spring (March to May) and fall (September to November), Muldai View Point Trek is considered to be the best time for moderate temperatures and clear skies. Although there are various obstacles on this trek, it is a moderate trek. There is no physical exertion involved in this trek. Several difficulties can be encountered including steep and rugged trekking trails, walking over stone steps, and continuous walking for five to six hours at a time

As Nepal Wilderness Trekking Pvt. Ltd. we lead this trek with an express local guide from the same area who has in-depth knowledge of the mountains, trails, cultures, and communities of the indigenous people of Nepal.

Poonhill and Muldai Trekking Difficulty Rating:

Anyone who is capable of hiking approximately 5 to 6 hours a day with a lightweight backpack will be able to complete this trek. Please bring walking poles, as you will find them extremely useful especially on long descents when your legs may feel shaky and the stone steps are uneven. There are no altitude-related risks since the altitude is only 3637 meters.

Drinking Water on Muldai Treks:

It is recommended that you drink boiled water or bring chlorine tablets to purify the normal water available in the guest houses along the way. The boiled water is available for a small fee. Euro-guard filters are available in several guesthouses. It is true that mineral water is available in most areas, but there is no provision for disposing of plastic bottles, so we encourage guests to do what they can to conserve the environment.

Recharging batteries of electronic items while trekking:

Using electricity or solar power, you can recharge your digital camera, iPod, batteries, etc. There may be a need to purchase an adaptor in Kathmandu before your trip, as the plugs in Nepal may be different. For recharging facilities, lodges charge a small fee per hour. Your appliances will be powered by 220-240 volts in Nepal. Both round and flat plugs can be inserted into the sockets.

Here are some additional tips for trekking to Muldai danda:

Keep your valuables safe during the trek. When you leave your guesthouse room, be sure to lock the door. It is also recommended that you do not leave your laundry hanging outside at night. In any house, whether Buddhist or Hindu, do not throw anything into the fire. Most cultures believe that the household gods reside in the kitchen.


  • Day 01: Drive to Kimche (1,610m/5,281ft) and trek to Ghandruk (1,940m/6,365ft). Duration: 2:30 hours (55 km) drive, 2 hours (3 km) trek.
  • Day 02: Trek to Tadapani (2,600m/8,530ft) Walking distance: 3-4 hours (7 km) trek
  • Day 03: Trek to Dobato (3,350m/10,990ft) Walking distance: 4–5 hours (6.5 km) trek
  • Day 04: Visit Muldai Viewpoint (3,637m/11,930ft) and trek back to Tadapani Walking distance: 4–5 hours (9 km).
  • Day 05: Trek to Ghorepani (2,874m/9,429ft). Walking distance: 5/6 hours (9 km).
  • Day 06: Trek to Hile (1,480m/4,855ft) and drive to Pokhara (800m/2,625ft) Duration: 2:30 hours (52 km) driving, 5-6 hours (13 km) trekking

Cost Included

  • Pokhara to Kimche  by taxi and Hile to Pokhara by sharing  jeep
  • Italian, Chinese, Nepali, Indian, and many other European Delicious Meals three times a day(Breakfast, lunch, and dinner chosen by Menu)
  • Clean and excellent Lodge accommodations are on the way
  • Microspikes for Dec to Feb
  • One fluent English-speaking, government-registered, experienced first aid-trained guide who is familiar with this area and required porters. One porter for every two pax.
  • (ACAP) Annapurna conservations area project Permits and (TIMS) Trekking Information, management, and system card.
  • Guide food, lodge, bus transportation, salary, insurance, equipment, etc.
  • Sleeping bag for a comfortable night's sleep on a trek in minus-25 degrees
  • Necessary paper works, all government, and local taxes
  • A certificate of appreciation from Nepal wilderness trekking after a successful trek

Cost Excluded

  • Airfare for international flights
  • Upon arrival at Tribhuwan International Airport, Nepal entry visa fees vary by duration (15 days - $25-30, 30 days
  • Accommodations and meals in Kathmandu and in Pokhara before and after our journey
  • Personal equipment for high and cold temperatures
  • Emergency high-altitude rescue and evacuation are covered by travel insurance
  • All beverages, Soft and caffeinated table drinks such as coke, beer,
  • Drinking water/mineral water, Dessert, etc. Hot shower, laundry
  • Tip for guide and porter
  • Excluded are all costs and expenses not listed under "cost includes"
  • Inclusion of costs or delays beyond the control of the management, such as landslides, weather conditions, itinerary modifications due to safety concerns, illness, changes in government policies, strikes, etc.
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