Muldai View Point Trek is an alternative to Poonhill Ghorepani Trek which is part of the Annapurna region trek. Muldai Hill trek offers a magnificent view of the Mountains from an elevation of 3637 Meters. Muldai Viewpoint Trek is a newly introduced trekking route that lies in Annapurna Region which is the first largest conservation area in Nepal. Short Muldai Viewpoint trek offers an Adeline view of mountains from the top of the viewpoint. Mountains like Annapurna, Gangapurna, Fishtail, Lamjung Himal, Dhaulagiri Range, Himchuli, and more can be seen from the top during this Muldai Hill Trek.
If you are looking for a short and less crowded trekking route in Nepal then Muldai View Point Trek is a perfect option for you. The Muldai View Point trek can be completed within 4 Nights 5 Days from Pokhara and if you want more comfort then it can be stretched into 7 Nights 8 Days Trek from Kathmandu.
Muldai ViewPoint Trek is a community-based trek that is part of Khopra Ridge Trek. The trekking route goes through dense Rhododendron forest, beautiful Gurung village, awesome landscape, mesmerizing mountain views on the way to the top. Muldai Hill Trek is now popular among Nepalese travelers who are looking for a short and wonderful escape from a daily busy schedule.
Highlights of Muldai Viewpoint Trek
- Magnificent View from Muldai ViewPoint – 3637
- Less crowded trekking route
- Rhododendron forest
- Gurung village
- An amazing landscape covered with snow
- Community-based trekking route
Muldai View Point Trek Route
Muldai View Point Trek starts from Pokhara and ends in Pokhara too. The beautiful short Muldai Viewpoint trek lasts for 3 Nights 5 Days. Trek starts from the jeep drive from Pokhara to Ghandruk which takes approx 4 hours. Ghandruk is renowned as one of the best Gurung settlements in Nepal. Ghandruk was listed in 13 of Asia’s most picturesque towns by CNN Travel in 2019. Overnight stop in Ghandruk, the trail further continues towards Tadapani, Dobato on the way to Muldai Viewpoint which is the highest elevation of this trek.
Once you are at the top of Muldai viewpoint, we will hike towards Ghorepani and all the way to Pokhara. Muldai Viewpoint trek is combined with Ghorepani on the last day.
Muldai View Point Trek Difficulty
Talking about the trek difficulty of Muldai View Point Trek, it is one of the short and easy trekking routes in the Annapurna Region. If you are a beginner or amateur hiker, this trek is not a tough deal for you. The highest point of this trek is 3637 Meters.
During your trek to Muldai, you will be staying in 3 different places: i.e.: Ghandruk(1994 Meter), Tadapani( 2600 Meter), Dobato( 3350 Meter) which helps to acclimatization your body before reaching 3637 Meter of Muldai View Point.
Vivaan Adventure Pvt Ltd offers an excellent local trekking guide for this trek to make your trek fruitful.
Outline itinerary of Muldai View Point Trek
Day 1: Pokhara to Ghandruk (1960 Meters) by Jeep Drive
Day 2: Ghandruk ( 1960 M )to Tadapani ( 2600 Meter)
Day 3: Tadapani ( 2600 M ) to Dobato ( 3350 Meter)
Day 4: Dobato ( 3350 M ) – Muldai Viewpoint ( 3637) – Ghorepani ( 2874 Meter)
Day 5: Ghorepani ( 2874 M) to Pokhara ( 800 Meter)
Best time to visit Muldai Viewpoint Trek
Muldai View Point trek can be done around the year. It’s one of the easy and short trekking routes in Nepal and offers a splendid view of mountains during this trek. Muldai Viewpoint trek is suggested to visit in September, October, November, December, February, March, April, and May. In these months, the weather condition is pleasing and awesome for the trek.
And if you want to see the 360 views of snow carped of the mountain then February and March are the perfect months for Muldai View Point Trek.
Months like June, July, August are not recommended due to heavy rainfall. In these three months, Nepal receives heavy rainfall and the trekking trail gets slippery and venerable.
And the people who want to walk in the carpet of Rhododendron then January and February are the perfect months for Muldai Hill trek.
Muldai View Point Trek Fact Sheet
|Name of Trek||Muldai View Point Trek|
|Trekking Region||Annapurna Region|
|Trek Duration||4 Nights 5 Days|
|Group Size||2+ Pax|
|Max Altitude||3736 Meters|
|Accommodation Type||Tea House/Lodge|
|Trek Starting Point||Pokhara|
|Trek Ending Point||Pokhara|
|Meals||Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner|
|Best For||Sunrise, Hiking, Bird watching, Snowfall|
Elevation Chart of Muldai View Point Trek
Detailed itinerary of Muldai View Point Trek
Day 1: Pokhara to Ghandruk by Jeep Drive
Today, our trek begins from Pokhara after lunch in the hotel. We will drive from Pokhara to Ghandruk via Nayapul which takes approx 4 hours to reach. Our stay will be in Ghandruk village which is one of the renowned settlements of the Gurung community. Our 2 hours journey will be on the blacktopped road and the 2 hours rest will be off-road.
Explore the village in the evening and enjoy the sunset view in the mountain of Annapurna III and Machhapuchre. Overnight in Ghandruk.
Day 2: Ghandruk to Tadapani
You will wake up early for sunrise view from Ghandruk today. We can enjoy the first ray of sun in the Machhapuchhre and Annapurna from Ghandruk. We will have our breakfast outdoors today and enjoy the view of the mountain and sun in the lap of nature. Explore the local museum and return back to the Hotel. We will have lunch in the hotel and hike towards Tadapani. Today’s hike takes approx 3-4 hours and is approx 7 KM in distance. Overnight in Tadapani at the altitude of 2600 Meters.
Day 3: Tadapani to Dobato
Early morning starts with the magnificent view of Mt Machhapuchhre, Mt Annapurna, Mt Himchuli, Mt Dhaulagiri, Mt Nilgiri smiling towards us. We will have our breakfast in the morning on the hotel premises and enjoy the sunshine and view of the mountains. Once breakfast is done, we will hike towards our today’s destination: Dobato. Dobato is situated at an elevation of 3350 meters from sea level and it takes to reach approx 4-5 hours from Tadapani. The trek distance is only 6.5 KM. Overnight in Dobato.
Day 4: Dobato to Muldai View Point and Ghorepani.
Today we will have our breakfast early in the morning and check out from the hotel and hike towards Muldai viewpoint for the amazing landscape and view. We will enjoy the view and take pictures of mountains from the top of the viewpoint and then hike towards Ghorepani. Today’s walk will be approx 5-6 hours and the distance of 9 KM. Our tonight stay will be in Ghorepani which is also a popular trekking village for the Poonhill trek.
Optional: If you wish to see the sunrise and mountain views then you also can hike towards Poonhill the next day morning.
Day 5: Ghorepani to Pokhara
We will have our breakfast in the hotel and hike down towards Hile which takes approx 3 hours. And from Hile, we will take a jeep and drive back to Pokhara. We will have our lunch on the way. In this way, our Muldai View Point Trek ends here.
- 3 Course of meals during trek – Lunch, Dinner, and Breakfast
- Accommodation in Tea House/ Lodge during the trek
- Experienced English speaking trekking guide
- First Aid Kit Box
- Porter for luggage carry 2:1 ratio
- ACAP and TIMS card
- All local and government taxes
- Private transfer from Pokhara and after the trek ends
- Nature of personal expenses
- Dinner and Lunch in Pokhara
- Medical insurance & Travel insurance
- Hotel in Pokhara
- Things not mentioned in the “cost includes” section
- Any incurred expenses due to emergency evacuation/ heavy snowfall or roadblock.