Trekk on the beautiful hills of Ghandruk (Nepal)

Posted: April 19, 2010 in Trekking Stories
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Nayapool-Ghandruk-ghorepani-Tatopani

This is very interesting trek inside Nepal. The place is very near to pokhara. After about 3 hour ride from pokhara you would reach to the place called Nayapool.

Then after reaching nayapool then your 3 days trek would begin. The trek is pretty steep and is very interesting too. There you trek through the rivers and hills.

You would see lots of rhododendron plants and its flowers if you trek in right season. The first day you shall trek about 7 hours to reach ghandruk.  The place is very interesting with a view of Annapurna, fishtail and other mountain ranges.

Then the next day you would trek again about 7-8 hours to reach ghorepani. Which is also one of the best places to watch the Himalayas. Though  I was not so lucky to see all the Himalayas range still the trek itself through the alpine forest was breath taking.

Then the third day you would trek downwards towards tatopani. The trek is more about 7-8 hours if you walk continuously. Then after such long trek finally you can take hot shower there in tatopani. Which is healing and therapeutic too.

I haven’t explained about the cultural and other aspects of the trek. This is just like the shortest brief of the trek.

I have included some of my pictures of the trek. Rather than the exact representation I just went along the way shooting pictures. You too might find the place very interesting and refreshing.

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Comments
  1. Van says:

    Buddy, missed the moments in ghandruk!! Gööd one, refreshed myself,feels myself back to the place

  2. kmm says:

    darn awesome post….bethrock…………punkbuddhaz …rock …..honestly….

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