Ghorepani Poonhill Trekking

Trip Overview
  • Duration 9 Days
  • Difficulty Level Moderate or Grade B (**)
  • DestinationNepal
  • Meals & AccommodationBreakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • Trip Start & EndKathmandu-Kathmandu
  • Trip TypeTrek
  • Major Attractionbeautiful mountains, River Bhurungdi
  • Maximum Altitude3210 Meters
  • Best TimeApril-May-June, September-October-November


Walking along the streams and forest by observing beautiful birds, dense rhododendrons (national flower of Nepal), green hills, and mountains will give you a heavenly feeling. Another best part of the Ghorepani Poonhill trek is that it has almost zero chances of altitude sickness. This trek is available throughout the year, except during the monsoons.

  • Beautiful sights and colors of Kathmandu
  • Incredible mountain from Poon Hill
  • Magar village in Ulleri and Ghorepani
  • Pokhara City of lake
  • Gurung village of Ghandruk

Ghorepani Poon hill trekking is famous because of its beautiful rhododendron forests, spectacular mountain views, and traditional cultural experiences. Considered a short and easy trek in Nepal compared to other routes in the Annapurna region due to its lower altitudes and shorter days, this trek offers impressive mountain vistas, and a peek into a traditional Nepali lifestyle. Mountain rock treks and Expeditions would offer Ghorepani poon hill treks for our clients. Ghorepani Poon hill treks let you experience the beautiful mountain views and the rich cultural heritage of the Annapurna Region in western Nepal. The trails will take you to the highest mountains as the backup.

Ghorepani poon hill trek does include some complicated steps. On the way to Ghorepani, we climb a staircase consisting of 3300 steps, and there are many rocks and uphill tracks. However, all this is worth the effort to see beautiful mountains, Annapurna South, Barasikha, Nilgiri, Hiunchuli, Machapuchru (Fishtail mountain), Dhaulagiri mountain range, and Tukuche Peak. All those views are a pleasure. Next, we follow the River Bhurungdi east, passing low land rice fields and thick jungles where you will see monkeys and many species of birds resting in the trees. Then we leave the river and ascend to higher ground passing traditional villages, giving you the chance to get to know the Nepali people and taste the local dishes. This way left Annapurna base trek after a few days.

Panoramic views from Poon Hill (3200m) will provide you with memories and stories to tell for years to come. By the time you arrive in Pokhara, you will have had an unforgettable trip in the beautiful Annapurna region.

Why Is Ghorepani Poonhill Trek Right for You?

Ghorepani Poonhill Trek is sometimes called the Annapurna Panorama Trek, too. But why is this trek right for you? If you have very limited time in Nepal but still want to see the famous mountains and experience the culture and the thrill of trek, then this trek in the Annapurna region is exactly the trek you are looking for in 2024 and 2025. 

This 9-day trek starting from Kathmandu basically offers a condensed experience of a longer Nepalese mountain trek. During this trek, trekkers pass via the Charmin villages and immerse themselves in the unique cultures of the Gurung and Magar communities. Similarly, you will climb numerous staircases and pass through the jungles, cross rivers, and ultimately reach an altitude of 3,200 metres, surrounded by some of the world's tallest mountains. The views from the Poon hill are amazing and often considered the most breathtaking we've ever seen. This viewpoint provides uninterrupted, panoramic views of the majestic Himalayan mountains, including Dhaulagiri, Nilgiri, Machhapuchhare, Annapurna II, and Lamjung. 

Another reason why this trek is right for you is its beautiful starting point.  What's even better is that it's incredibly accessible from Pokhara, just a 1.5-hour drive from the lakeside town. This trek is also relatively short, spanning only 9 days, making it a perfect introduction to trekking in Nepal, especially for those who aren't ready for the commitment of a longer 16+ day trail like the Annapurna Circuit. Moreover, this trek is an affordable adventure, with trek prices starting only from $545 per person. 

What Does a Typical Day on Ghorepani Poonhill Trek Look Like? 

On a typical day on the trail, your guide will wake you up around 6am Pack your things after freshening and preparing, and head to the dining area for breakfast. Once you've double-checked your luggage and filled your water bottle, you'll start hiking with your guide at 8 a.m. to avoid the midday heat and enjoy the clear mountain views. You'll take breaks to appreciate the scenery and capture photos during the journey. Around noon, you'll have lunch at a local teahouse, followed by a brief rest of about an hour or 40 minutes, and then continue hiking until you reach your overnight resting place. Upon reaching your overnight stop, you'll check into your teahouse, take a break, and enjoy some tea and light snacks. Since the rooms aren't well-insulated, you can stay warm by the heater or stove in the common area. You can spend time exchanging stories or playing cards with fellow trekkers until dinner, which is typically served around 7 p.m. After dinner, your guide will provide details about the next day's trek, including the route, difficulty, and lunch stop. Then, it's time to rest for the night. On average, you'll walk for 4 to 5 hours daily. On Day 4, you must wake up before 4 a.m. and hike to Poon Hill to witness a beautiful sunrise.

9 Days Ghorepani Poonhill Trek Route

The 9-day Ghorepani Poonhill trek is a stunning and easily accessible hiking trail in Nepal that provides a memorable adventure. Your journey in the Annapurna region starts in Pokhara and leads you via scenic villages like Nayapul, Ulleri, Ghorepani, Poonhill, Tadapani, and Ghandruk. As you trek, you get to experience the traditional way of life of the local people.

You take a 6-7 hours drive from Kathmandu to reach Pokhara. After staying at night you again take a ride towards Nayapul, which takes about 4 hours from Pokhara. From here, you follow the trail leading to Ulleri, the starting point of the trek. We spent the night at Ulleri and trek the next day towards Ghorepani. To reach Ghorepani, we hike up through beautiful rhododendron forests. Ghorepani is located just beneath the stunning Poon Hill. From Ghorepani, our journey to Poonhill starts. One of the most exciting parts of the Ghorepani trek is the early morning walk to Poon Hill. From there, you can enjoy a magnificent sunrise and take in panoramic views of the Annapurna, Dhaulagiri, Manaslu, and Machhapuchhre mountain peaks.

After immersing yourself in the splendour of the Himalayas, you'll journey back to Pokhara, passing through the traditional Gurung villages of Gandruk and Tadapani along the way. While trekking through the Ghorepani route, you'll not only be awed by the natural beauty but also have the opportunity to delve into the region's rich cultural heritage.

Important Notes to Know About


Accommodation is in comfortable lodges, which are also called tea houses here. The lodges you will be staying at during your trek are different from the hotels you stay at in Kathmandu. Simply saying, do not expect the same comfort as the hotel you are staying in, Kathmandu.

These lodges we mention are totally different, consisting only of a simple room with beds and blankets. The local families run these lodges, aka teahouses, in the region. 

 Each tea house or lodge has a common area in the centre with a big stove to keep you warm and create a cosy atmosphere. The bedrooms don't have heating, but they typically come with two beds in each room, along with mattresses, pillows, and a blanket. Since this trek isn't extremely high in altitude, we suggest bringing extra things you need for your stay. There are no private washrooms with shower heads, so you may have to ask to heat some water to take a bath. 


Ghorepani Poonhill trek is a popular trek through the trekking area of Nepal. So you do not have to worry about encountering only the limited numbers of teahouses, restaurants, and other facilities during the trek. The same saying goes for the food choices as well.

During the Ghorepani Poonhill trek, teahouses offer a diverse menu for all three meals here: breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Generally, the breakfast options during the trek include oatmeal, cornflakes, French toast, eggs in various styles, pancakes, and more, with the flexibility to request specific items. Moreover, lunch and dinner offerings are similar, with the popular choice being Dhal Bhat, a nutritious Nepalese dish. Additionally, you can enjoy noodles, dumplings, soups, pizza, and more. Teahouses also serve roti, curries, and various potato, noodle, rice, bread, and egg dishes. Mealtimes are bustling as trekkers come together in these teahouses, creating a vibrant atmosphere. If the menu doesn't meet your preferences, teahouses are accommodating, and special requests can be made. The teahouse staff are attentive and dedicated to ensuring a satisfying dining experience for all trekkers.

Packing List 

For the Poon Hill trek, we advise you to wear trekking clothes and layer up with warm clothing. Opt for a 3-season sleeping bag and lightweight trekking boots with good ankle support to reduce the risk of ankle injuries. Heavy boots, although protective, can be uncomfortably warm and bulky. Many trekkers prefer cross trainers for their comfort, but be cautious to avoid ankle sprains. Don't forget to pack hats, gloves, multiple pairs of cosy socks, and walking poles to assist during descents. Be prepared for rain by bringing a waterproof jacket and an umbrella. As the weather can get quite hot in May, you'll likely be trekking in shorts and a T-shirt, so protecting yourself from the sun is important. For the detailed packing list you can check our blog here. 

Difficulty Level of The Trek 

As the popularity of the Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek keeps growing, many people wonder how difficult it is.

The Ghorepani Poonhill Trek is a moderately challenging trek considered one of the more comfortable options in the Annapurna region of Nepal. While it doesn't involve technical climbing skills, it's not as easy as a stroll in the park. But we can definitely say that this trek is easier than the treks like the Everest Base Camp or Annapurna circuit treks. 

The difficulty level of any trek depends on factors like altitude, terrain, weather conditions, the availability of teahouses and lodges along the route, and more. Similarly, the Poonhill Trek path includes downhill and uphill sections, with some steep and narrow ridges. The trek's difficulty level depends on the route's terrain and the time of year you decide to undertake it.

The entire Ghorepani Poonhill trek covers an area of around 40 to 44 kilometres, depending on your chosen route. Normally, to cover this distance, you'll need to hike for about 6 to 7 hours each day for a week. You will reach the vantage point at Poonhill, around  3,210 metres. This is the highest altitude you will be reaching during your Poonhill trek. While the risk of altitude sickness is relatively low, it's important to maintain good physical fitness to protect yourself from it.

Permits and Requirements for the Trek 

Only a few treks in Nepal do not require trekking permits, and the Ghorepani Poonhill trek is definitely among those. For this trek, trekkers must obtain two permits: the Annapurna Conservation Area Project (ACAP) Entry Permit and the TIMS (Tourist Information Management System) card. Trekkers can be conveniently obtained from either the Nepal Tourism Board's office in Kathmandu or the Tourist Information Centre in Pokhara. Similarly, to get this permit, you will need to provide these documents and information: a copy of your passport, two passport-sized photos, the precise dates of your trek's start and end, your trek itinerary, entry and exit points, emergency contact details (both local and from your home country), and details of your travel insurance.

Children under 10 years old do not require permits. For entry into the Annapurna Conservation Area Project (ACAP), foreigners must pay NRS 3000 per person, while citizens of SAARC countries are charged NRS 1000, and Nepalese citizens only NRS 100. If you're trekking with a guide, you'll need a TIMS Card, which costs NRS 2000. 

Will I Get Altitude Sickness During the Trek? 

Ghorepani Poonhil Trek is a safe and easy Himalayan adventure in the Annapurna region. You may wonder, safe in what context? Well, the highest point we will reach is Poon Hill, at 3,210 metres, and we will not spend too much time at this altitude. In fact, the entire trek keeps you below 3,000 metres, minimising the risk of altitude sickness.

The symptoms related to altitude sickness are dizziness, headaches, nausea, and fatigue. These symptoms generally arise when you are travelling above 2400 m. However, this trek's well-designed itinerary allows your body to acclimate gradually, minimising these symptoms' risk. If you feel the effects of altitude, rest, Diamox (a medication that can help), and staying hydrated with water, tea, and soup can alleviate the discomfort.

To avoid altitude sickness, walking at a slow, steady pace and drinking plenty of fluids is crucial. Rushing to your destination may increase the risk of Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS), which, if left untreated, can be life-threatening. If symptoms worsen, it may be necessary to descend to a lower altitude for medical help and, in extreme cases, arrange an air evacuation to places like Pokhara or Kathmandu for proper medical care.

Experts design the itinerary of the Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek to allow your body to adapt to the lower oxygen levels in the mountain air. Altitude sickness is an important concern that troubles every traveller before a trek, so here is more detailed information on altitude sickness. 

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On the first day after your arrival, a Mountain Rock Treks representative will welcome you. We will drive for 6-7 hours to Pokhara, or you can fly for 30 minutes. We'll take a roughly hour-long drive from Pokhara to Naya Pul. We'll continue along the Modi Khola's bank after we get to Brethanti until we get to Ulleri. We will walk for about five hours to get to Ghorepani from Ulleri. We'll hike to Poonhill early the next morning to catch the mesmerizing sunrise before continuing on to Tadapani. The following day, we'll take a short (3–4 hour) hike to Ghandruk and explore the area. The following day, we will hike for about five hours to Naya Pul before returning to Pokhara. The next day, we'll make the lengthy drive to Kathmandu (6-7 hrs by tourist bus). We'll have a farewell dinner in Kathmandu. You will be dropped off at the airport by a representative of Mountain Rock Treks and Expeditions.

Day to Day Info

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Arrival in Kathmandu. Our one Representative will meet you at the Tribhuwan International Airport. Drop you at the Hotel by private tourist vehicle is arranged. You can either take a rest or meet us at our office and know the detailed arrangement of the Trek.

  • Hotel
  • Breakfast
  • 1320m

Our guide will pick you up from the hotel to the bus station going together to Pokhara in a 6-7 hrs bus drive(200 k.m). You have free time around evening time or opt for a flight. It will be 30 min flight.

  • Hotel
  • Breakfast
  • 6-7 hrs/30 minutes
  • 820m

From Pokhara, it is around one hour drive to Naya pul. After that, you will pass through the bank of Modi Khola till Brethanti. after that, hike to hile, Tikhedhunga, and all step climb up to Ulleri.

  • Lodge
  • Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
  • approx 7 hrs
  • 1960m

From Ulleri, the path is a gentle ascent, and we pass through rhododendron and oak forests to be in Banthanti. A couple of hours from Banthanti and we will reach Ghorepani. Ghorepani stay is famous for the Poonhill hike, which presents a spectacular view of the sunrise and a superb panoramic view of the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri mountain ranges. Overnight stay in a guesthouse.

  • Guest House
  • Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
  • approx 5 hrs
  • 2860m

Today is a special day for our trekking. Early morning hike to Poonhill for about an hour. Poonhill is a place that offers a wide range of Himalayan Panorama of Manaslu, Annapurna & Dhaulagiri mountain ranges. The sunrise over the Himalayas is unbelievable. After having a great time at Poonhill, we returned to Ghorepani for breakfast and continued our trek to Tadapani overnight.

  • Lodge/Tented Camp
  • Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
  • 5.5 hrs approx
  • 2660m

Today is your short hike on your trip. It would be around a 3-4 hr hike to Ghandruk. Ghandruk is one of the historic places because of Gurkha's soldiers. Visit around there. They have the Gurung museum. Overnight in a guest house.

  • Guest house
  • Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
  • 4hrs
  • 1940m

Today you have to hike to Naya pul. It will be around 5 hrs hike. Today's first part was decent for about a couple of hours and kept continuous on the road till Nayapul. You take the car from Naya pul back to Pokhara.

  • Hotel
  • Breakfast, Lunch
  • 5.5 hrs approx
  • 820m

Today will be your long drive to Kathmandu(6-7 hrs by tourist bus). Tonight we will have farewell dinner in Kathmandu. Overnight stay at the hotel.

  • Hotel
  • Breakfast
  • 6,5 hrs approx
  • 1320m

Mountain Rock Treks And Expeditions representative will drop you at the airport.

  • Hotel
  • Breakfast

We are pleased to offer the flexibility of tailoring your journey to your desired duration and places, whether extended or shortened, as our proficient team of locals-cum-guides, porters, and accompanying staff have an in-depth understanding of every location traveled.

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Trip Map

Ghorepani Poonhill Trekking map

Cost Details


  • Airport Pick up and drop-off service by Private Coach.
  • Two nights' accommodation with breakfast in Kathmandu.
  • 2-night accommodation with breakfast in Pokhara.
  • There is three-time food in a day (breakfast, lunch, and dinner) while trekking.
  • Tea House accommodation during the trek.
  • Professional English-speaking trekking guide (trained by Ministry of tourism) his food, accommodation, salary, insurance, equipment, etc.
  • Deluxe Tourist Bus Ticket to Pokhara, then Pokhara to Kathmandu.
  • Annapurna conservation permits & TIMS Permits.
  • Tourist service charge, Vat.
  • One map of Ghorepani Poon Hill Trekking for the group  


  • International airfare and Nepal Visa Fees.
  • Nepal Travel insurance.
  • Food in Kathmandu and Pokhara.
  • Travel/Medical insurance and Emergency evacuation cost if needed.
  • Personal expenses include phone calls, drinks, donations, souvenirs, etc.
  • Expenses occurred due to unavoidable Events, i.e., road wrecks, flight delays, etc.
  • Tips for guide, porter (expected).

Dates & Price

Upcoming Departure

Few Seat LeftStarts: WednesdayMar 06, 2024
Ends: ThursdayMar 14, 2024
Status: AvailableUS$550
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Ends: MondayApr 08, 2024
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Essential Info

How to Get To Pokhara (the gateway of the Trek)

Your Ghorepani Poonhill Trek starts from Pokhara. To reach Reach Pokhara from Kathmandu, you can take a flight or road trip via bus or jeep. Generally speaking, aeroplane flights to Pokhara from Kathmandu are a more comfortable option than taking a long road drive from Kathmandu. You can book flights from Kathmandu to Pokhara anytime, as most airline companies operate delights between Kathmandu and Pokhara almost daily. 

Flying can be a bit pricey, but it's a faster and more comfortable way to travel. In less than half an hour, you'll arrive at your destination. You can take a tourist coach or a local bus to save money while travelling. The journey usually lasts about 6 to 7 hours. 

If you want to experience travel like the locals, you can start your journey by heading to Naya Bus Park in Gongabu. From there, you can purchase a bus ticket to Pokhara. Also, micro vans depart for Pokhara every 1 to 2 hours each day. If you prefer a more private option, you can also hire a vehicle with a driver. The rental cost depends on the size and type of the vehicle.

As we have mentioned on our detailed itinerary, you will be travelling between Kathmandu and Pokhara via bus. Upon your arrival in Pokhara, you will transfer to a private vehicle that will take you to the starting point of your trek, Nayapul. Initially, you'll travel on a paved highway up to Nayapul. This journey should take a little over two hours. From Nayapul, your trekking adventure begins, leading you to Ghorepani and Poon Hill.  On the final day of your trek, transportation will pick you up from the same starting point, i.e., Nayapul, and drive you back to Pokhara and then to Kathmandu.

Best Time for Ghorepani Trek

There is no doubt travellers can revel in the beauty of Ghorepani Poonhill Trek at all times of the year. But when is the ideal time to savour this journey to the fullest? Well, spring and autumn season stands out as the best season to complete this trek. 

During springtime, the trekking paths come alive with vibrant rhododendron blossoms and fresh growth on the trees. Despite chilly nights, thick layers of clothing are no longer a must during the day. From March to May, you'll be treated to clear mountain views and breathtaking landscapes, making it the best time to embark on this adventure.

A journey to the Ghorepani Poonhill in autumn brings you closer to the holiday season, with colourful, dried leaves covering the trails. Additionally, the breathtaking mountain views and the crystal-clear skies are really breathtaking. Both spring and autumn, which are considered to be the busiest travel seasons, draw large crowds to this trekking circuit. So, if you enjoy your alone time, you can also choose the winter or summer treks. Join the Ghorepani Poon Hill hike in the winter, summer, spring, or autumn to test your resistance to the cold.

Travel Insurance for Ghorepani Poonhill Trek

Ghorepani Poonhill trek is an easy to moderate trek with a very minimal risk of altitude sickness for the trekkers. Still, we cannot overlook the fact that this trek takes you to the mountainous area where you visit, which will not be normal as you may encounter unfortunate things like injury, sudden climate, illness, landslide changes, flood, etc.

For the Poon Hill Trek, it's important to have travel insurance, and it's a requirement for all trekkers. You'll need to provide us with a copy of your travel insurance policy certificate. This policy must include coverage for medical emergencies and emergency evacuation, which encompasses expenses related to helicopter rescue and evacuation, especially in high-altitude situations.

Once you've booked your trek, please provide us with your comprehensive insurance details. In case of any unexpected emergencies during the trek, we will rely on the information you've shared with us to facilitate a prompt and efficient rescue operation and arrange emergency medical assistance and transfers, if necessary. In addition, we strongly recommend you contact your insurance company to ensure that your coverage includes the helicopter evacuation at the highest trek elevations, along with medical expenses. 

Guide and Porters

Hire a skilled, trustworthy, and enthusiastic guide and porter if you want to make a huge difference during your Ghorepani Poonhill trek. These qualified guides and porters are invaluable for a successful trekking experience.

Porters play a great role as they help to carry your loads during the trek. They carry your backpacks and luggage, greatly easing the burden of the trek. To avoid difficulties, hire a licensed guide, and it's even better if you go in a group of at least two members, excluding the guide.

Solo trekking is banned in Nepal, so Choosing a local and licensed trekking guide offers many advantages for solo and group trekkers. 

  • It provides a genuine local experience and allows for easy exploration of side-trip destinations if you wish.
  • here are some factors to consider before hiring a guide and porter- 
  • Must have a government licence as a professional guide.
  • Should be experienced in the specific trekking area.
  • Knowledgeable about the route, local culture, and customs.
  • Familiar with the history and stories of local places and villages.
  • Well-versed in the Ghorepani Poon Hill trek route.
  • Capable of navigating the trails effectively during the trek.
  • Trained in the use of First-Aid Kits and handling emergencies or unexpected situations.

Cost of Ghorepani Poonhill Trek- 9 Days

The 9-day Ghorepani Poonhil trek costs $545 per person, depending on your group size. If you go with a larger group, the per-person cost for the Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek will be slightly less.

With Mountain Rock Treks, the trek booking fee covers your accommodation, food, permit fees, and transportation. It also includes hiring a guide and porter and handling all the necessary permits and paperwork with the government and tax department to ensure a seamless trekking experience. However, the package does not cover services like personal expenses, Tips for a guide porter, Food in Kathmandu and Pokhara, and Personal expenses. For more details, refer to the sections that specify what is included and excluded.

 This Ghorepani Poonhill- 9-day trek final cost may change based on whether you opt for a group, private, or solo trip. Group trips are more cost-effective, while private or solo trips may incur higher expenses. Here are our group price for the trek below- 

Number of PaxCost
1 - 2 paxUS $545
3 - 6 paxUS $500
7 - 12 paxUS $475
13 - 20 paxUS $400


  • Q1. Is Poonhill Trek & Ghorepani Trek is in the same region?

    Yes, Poonhill Trek & Ghorepani Trek is in the same region. Poonhill is a famous vantage point that is situated southwest of Annapurna mountain just above the Ghorepani village. Usually, trekkers reach Ghorepani village, spend the night there, and wake up early in the morning the next day to go on a short hike to Poon Hill viewpoint to witness gorgeous sunrise with western Himalayan mountains. 

  • Ghorepani Trek is a short and easy trek. The trail does not include any steep sections and is also not tough in terms of technical climbing. You might have to trek through forests, however, the trail will only ascend with a few rugged and rocky parts. Anyone can do this trek regardless of their age. You do not need to have prior trekking experience to go on this trek which means perfect for novice trekkers. 

  • Yes, Ghorepani Trek is popular. You can do Ghorepani Trek even in the shortest time. This is the perfect trek for anyone with a limited amount of time on their hands. Even though the trek is short, this trek is as beautiful and thrilling as others. You will get to see superb views of the Himalayan mountains during this trek. Without taking long trekking routes, you will get to know the magical atmosphere of the Annapurna region. During the Ghorepani Trek, you will pass by villages where you will come across the rich culture and tradition of the locals. Therefore, Ghorepani Trek is an ideal alternative if you want to taste the beauty of the Annapurna region.

  • This hike is only 45 kilometers long and ends at Poon Hill, which is located at an elevation of 3250 meters. The hike provides breathtaking views of vast valleys and majestic mountains and is the ideal introduction to trekking in Nepal.

  • Ghorepani can only be accessed on foot from the trailhead in Nayapul because it is not accessible by vehicle. While there are numerous possible trekking routes, even on a short trip like the Poon Hill Trek, it often takes two days to travel from Pokhara to Ghorepani.

  • You can go without a guide or porter if you choose, but given the low costs, I'd highly suggest making a reservation with a local operator.

  • At Ghorepani, Poon Hill, and Tadapani, snow is predicted. Also, keep in mind that snow can make the trail between Ghorepani and Tadapani, as well as any other woodland regions, exceedingly slick.

  • Poon Hill (3210m/ 10,532 ft), a popular trekking location in Nepal's Annapurna region, offers breathtaking Himalayan vistas. The majority of visitors come here early in the morning to take in the breathtaking sunrise views.

Client Reviews

  • Memorable Journey

    With Mountain Rock Treks, we went on a nine-day journey across Ghorepani Poonhill. It was a memory that will never fade. We are incredibly appreciative of their generosity and all the arrangements they made for us. I will absolutely go back, and I strongly advise everyone to do the same!

    Zane FowellAustraliaMarch 24, 2022
  • Great Service

    Dipak assisted us both before and after our arrivals. He coordinated the facilities, transportation, and lodging with his crew. Additionally, Gopal G., our guide, is a lovely, kind, and great person. He makes a terrific trekking companion. He thoughtfully planned the trekking program and always looked out for us while we traveled. Discover Nepal's beauty by learning more about it from a local's perspective.

    RobertUnited KingdomMarch 22, 2022
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