Muldai View Point Trek from Pokhara is a newly introduced trekking package in the Annapurna region of Nepal. Short Muldai View Point trek is a remarkable journey to the Muldai view point to enjoy 360-degree views of the Himalayas like Annapurna, Dhaulagiri range, Lamjung, Fishtail, and Gangapurna.
Muldai view point lies inside the Annapurna Conservation Area, the first and the largest Conservation Protected Area in Nepal.
The route to Muldai View Point Trek from Pokhara passes through the hills, lush rhododendron forests, and a skyline dominated by the gigantic Himalayas. En-route to Muldai View Point, the warm hospitality of the lcoals in Ghandruk will overwhelm you. Muldai short trek is a community trek, great for an off-the-beaten-path experience.
Muldai Trek is also considered an excellent alternative to Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek.
Muldai View Point Trek Route
Muldai View Point Trek from Pokhara starts and ends in Pokhara. This beautiful journey commences with a short drive to Kimche from Pokhara.
Ghandruk is the first destination for you. Ghandruk village is listed in the 13 of Asia’s Most Picturesque Towns by CNN. The trail further continues to Tadapani, Dobato, and finally Muldai viewpoint.
The route combines Ghorepani and the popular Ghandruk trail and takes you to the Muldai viewpoint. You will then retrace your steps back to Pokhara.
Muldai View Point Trek Difficulty
Muldai View Point Trek from Pokhara is an easy trek and ideal for anyone who wishes to enjoy a short and easy trek. The highest altitude on this trek is 3,637m.
Our professional guides at Nepal Trek Routes with a decade-long experience of guiding in the Himalayas will lead your trek.
Muldai View Point Trek Itinerary
Drive to Kimche (1,610m/5,281ft) and trek to Ghandruk (1,940m/6,365ft.)
Duration: 2:30 hrs (55 km) drive, 2 hours (3 km) trek
Trek to Tadapani (2,600m/8,530ft)
Walking distance: 3-4 hours (7 km) trek
Trek to Dobato (3,350m/10,990ft)
Walking distance: 4–5 hours (6.5 km) trek
Visit Muldai Viewpoint (3,637m/11,930ft) and trek to Ghorepani (2,874m/9,429ft)
Walking distance: 4–5 hours (9 km) trek
Trek to Hile (1,480m/4,855ft) and drive to Pokhara (800m/2,625ft)
Duration: 2:30 hours (52 km) drive, 5-6 hours (13 km) trek