Perhaps, to explain Muldai View Point Trek, it may be incomplete to find the truth until trekkers encounter themselves. Since perception is more successful than explanations. The Muldai View Point (3,637 m) is a short and newly open trekking route in the Annapurna Region.
Highlights of the Muldai View Point Trek
- Panoramic views of Annapurna Ranges
- Annapurna Conservation Area
- View of the beautiful sunrise and Sunset
- Variety of trees, grass, Rhododendron forests, and timberland oak
- Stunning Landscapes views
- Few Trekkers choice
- Observation of Annapurna I, II, III, IV, Fishtail, Mardi, and more.
- Settlement of Ethnic village
- 3,637 m higher form the sea level.
- Rejuvenating experience
Muldai Trek offers you the rejuvenating experience, as a result, you feel energetic for heading up. Besides, trekkers could observe the charming light of sunrise and sun-setting. This trek is popular to see the sunrise above the Annapurna range which is fabulous.
Muldai Danda is beautiful and attractive as a result many hikers feel very exciting and happier during the hike. In addition, you can come across enchanting waterfalls and rhododendron trees, rivers, and other botanical treasuries. These scenes make hiking very exciting.
Your first-day hike starts from Kimche after driving from Pokhara then we will heading toward Tadpani. Absolute views of trees, okes, Rhododendron, and route offer you the rejuvenating experience, as a result, you feel energetic for heading up. Besides, trekkers could observe the charming light of sunrise and sun-setting.
Muldai is within the Annapurna Conservation Area which is the largest protected area of Nepal. This conservation area offers an unforgettable experience of the Mountain ecosystem. The conservation area also offers a wide range of flora and fauna which is remarkable.
As you will be passing through the beautiful villages of Annapurna, you will get a chance to experience the settlements of locals, Gurung, Magar, and Pun with their classic culture. Similarly, the Muldai trek route takes you across the high hill, monasteries, prayer wheels, and Chortens.
After arriving at Muldai Danda, you feel as though your fantasy has materialized. You could see Panoramic perspectives on Annapurna Range (Annapurna I, II, III, IV), Dhaulagiri (8,091 m), Nilgiri (7,847 m), Fishtail(6.993), Lamjung Himal(6,983 m), Barah Shikhar (6,993 m), Tukuche Peak (6,920 m), and Annapurna South (7,219 m).
Autumn(September to November) and Spring(March to May) are the best months of the year for trekking in Nepal. However, Muldai trek can be done every month of the year as it has 3,637 m elevation.
|01||Kathmandu to Pokhara(Drive)||830 m||7-8 Hrs|
|02||Pokhara to Kimche(Drive by Car) – Hike to Tadapani||2650 m||7-8 Hrs|
|03||Tadapani to Dobato||3420 m||5-6 Hrs|
|04||Dobato to Muldai View Point and Back to Ghandruk||2012 m||7-8 Hrs|
|05||Ghandruk to Pokhara||830 m||6-7 Hrs|
|06||Pokhara to Kathmandu||1400 m||7-8 Hrs|