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3 Days Ghorepani Poon Hill trek Cost

 

2 Night 3 Days Trekking Ghorepani poonhill trek 2020

2 Night 3 Days Trekking organized by Nepal Mountain guide team who have very short time in Nepal and Himalayas Who are really interested mountain we are recommend Ghorepani pani poon hill trek short trek and want to see the Closet Annapurna mountain views and Dhaulagiri Himalaya range but you need very fit this trip every walk at list 8 to 9 hr
Day by day Itinerary Details
Day 1 : Drive to Nayapool and Trek to Ulleri stay overnight
Day 2 : Trek to Ghorepani stay overnight
Day 3 : Early morning Hike up to Poon hill and back to Hotel after that eat a breakfast and trek down to Nayapul and drive to Pokhara
 

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2 Night 3 Days Ghorepani poonhill trekking and Hiking With Ghandruk Circuit

3-day trek to Ghorepani Poon Hill – Circuit trek in the beautiful Annapurna mountain range of Nepal. One of the beautiful things about hiking is that it can be done all around the world in the most exotic and remote places. It’s a relatively inexpensive vacation. The biggest cost is the travel

Day by day Itinerary :

Day 1: Drive to Nayapul and Trek to Ghandruk stay overnight
Day 2: Trek to Ghorepani stay overnight
Day 3: Early morning Hike up to Poon hill and back to Hotel after Breakfasts then trek down to Nayapul then catch a bus a taxi drive to Pokhara

How many steps Poon Hill?

Going Somewhere Slowly’s hikes for the Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek: Choose your starting point: This trek starts and ends from Nayapul, but you can start the circul route from any direction. For an easier, more gradual climb, start from Kimche. If you start from Hile you’ll go up the famous 3500 steps still end of trek
 

How long is Poon Hill Trek?

Ghorepani poon Hill trek Route information. The total distance of the trek or hike is 32 miles (51.5 km) which takes a total of 4/5 days to cover. With a maximum elevation of 3210 m, the trek is considered a moderate one that could even be a family, young kids and Old person in family hike with easy trails that require less equipment and expertise with 5-6 hours of trek every day.
 

How do I get to Poon Hill?

One the way of the journey to Poon Hill 3210m, when you reach to Pokhara from Kathmandu, you need to head towards Pokhara-NayaPul-Hile and stay ovenight at Tikhedhunga next day after proper rest. At first, you need to go towards Nayapal which is about 46 KM and takes about 1.5 hour to arrive,. You can get the public local bus from the Pokhara bus stop..You need to head towards Ghorepani next day after you reach and rest at Tikhedhunga. The distance from Tikhedhunga to Ghorepani is 12 KM. It takes nearly about 5-6 hours to trek/hike then stay ovenight Ghorepani 2780m then next day from Ghorepani to Poonhill is 1.5 KM. After you reached the Ghorepani, you need to trek towards the Poon Hill. Poon is situated at the elevation of 3,210 m. Poon Hill is called a mountain among the tourists

How to hire a guide for poon hill trek in pokhara?

We just finished a 4 Night 5 days Ghorepani Pani Poon Hill trek with a great guide named Sanjib. He is very good to identify your needs and to propose different options according to your budget. During the trek, he was always there to take care of us and assure that everything was OK. He also showed us places where nobody goes with fantastic views. This trek can be done in five days  on the right time

He also gave us very good advice before the trek to prepare yourself and assure that we did not on the mountain without the proper equipment.

Reviews By :Rhonda Lawrence (U.S.A.)

Visited November  2019

Poon Hill Trek Packing List for 2020:

It depends on the season of course, but at the end of the day, it’s the Himalayas so its better to be prepared for cold weather. Here’s what you need as a minimum trekking gear during Ghorepani Poon Hill hike :

Footwear: Trekking/hiking boots. Ideally ankle height to protect you from twisting your ankle. People do hike in trailing running shoes, sneakers and even flip-flops, but trekking boots are your best bet. PRO-TIP: Bring flip-flops to walk around the tea houses at night too.

Legs: Shorts (1 or 2). Hiking pants (1). Base layer/thermal layer for legs (1).

Torso: T-shirts (3 or 4). Base layer/thermal layer for trouser  (1). Hody/sweat-shirt/jumper (1). Down jacket/warm jacket (1).

Head wear: Warm hat. Sunglasses. Buff.

Other stuff: Sunscreen. Trekking poles are great if you’re not so fit or you have dodgy knees. Solar charger. Water bottle. Snacks (chocolate, nuts etc). Gloves