Testimonials:
Mark Hosko
I interviewed 3 other travel agencies prior to Walkers Expeditions and found Walkers to be superior in cost, quality and with its overall friendly spirit. The guide and porter were very attentive, friendly, and professional. I highly recommend Walkers Expeditions and will personally use them again on my next adventure trek in Nepal.

Mike & Barbara
Thank you for a wonderful 2 days excursion to Nagarkot ! It was so relaxing and Rajan made everything so easy. The walking was good with a sunset, the accomodation, food also very good. We were treated to a magnificient sunrise at 6:45 am. Ending our day with a good trek down the valley.

Joakim Nyman / Therese Westerlund
We are very pleased with the service of this company. We have done a guided tour Around Kathmandu Valley and Jungle Trekking and we also had some help arranging hotel in Kathmandu. We highly recommend this company.

Ghorepani means (horse water), and it does not doubt a welcome watering stop for the teams of horse, Mules and ponies that carry loads between Pokhara and Jomsom. The exotic horse/mules caravans, with melodious bells that echo over great distance and wondrous plumes and headdresses on the lead horse, are reminiscent of ancient Tibet. Herded by Tibetan people, who shout up and down the trail, the lend a unique touch to the Jomsom trek.

Ghorepani Poon Hill trek starts after a short drive from Pokhara about an hour and start the trek at elevation 1065m with rocky trail through the River bank and forests and past large waterfalls and swimming hole. Pony caravans, terraced, rice fields and crossing the suspension bridge will provide an immense experience of your lifetime. The trail climbs very steeply on a stone staircase, the tops of Annapurna south (7219m.) and Hiunchuli (6441m.) begin to emerge from behind the hills. The trail crosses tow sparkling clear streams and magnificent oak and rhododendron forests that bloom at march/April around the Ghorepani Poon hill trek. 

In this Ghorepani Poon Hill trek  the Ghorepani Deurali (which means pass), at 2834m offers you a spectacular panorama of Dhaulagiri I (8167m.), Tukuche, Nilgiri, Annapurna-south and Baraha Sikhar (formerly known as Glacier). Early morning excursion to Poon Hill (3210m), about an hours climb, provides an even better, unobstructed view of Mt. Dhaulagiri I (8167m.), Tukuche, Nilgiri, Annapurna-south and Baraha Sikhar (formerly known as Glacier), Fish tail, Mt. Gangapurna, Annapurna III, II, IV and Lamjung Himal.And more.

Ghorepani Poon Hill trek is one of the best trekking route for the spectacular 360 degree mountain view.

Duration Of Trekking: 05 Days
Grade: Moderate
Types of Trekking: Camping/ Tea House
Recommended Season: Spring/ Autumn/ Winter
Trekking Starting Point: Pokhara
Trekking Ending Point: Pokhara
Maximum Height: 3200 m.

What you need to bring for trek:

For your personal things you have to decided how many days trip you want to make it and how many pairs of pants, Toothbrush, Toothpaste, Deodorant, pants, T-shirt, underwear, socks, books, games, cards, cameras film, extra batteries for flashlight and cameras any thing you need for yourself use in your daily life. Here are normal equipment list for you;

Trekking Equipments:

• T-shirts
• Pants
• Under wears
• Long sleeve shirts
• Rain poncho (summer)
• Camping shoes (sandal/slipper)
• Flashlight extra batteries
• Water Bottle/Purifier or Iodine
• Wool sweater
• Woolen hat
• Gloves
• Sun hat
• Sunglasses
• Sunscreen, lip balm
• Walking sticks
• Walkman
• Camera & Film
• Pocket knife
• First aid kit
• Shocks
• Woolen socks
• Jacket
• Down Jacket (Winter)
• Down sleeping bag
• Trekking boots
• Thermal wear (winter)
• Rucksack
• Day bag
• Change Money

Trekking Peak Climbing or Expedition Equipments: (All above mentioned and these also)

• Two set of wireless
• Extra food for 1 to 4 days
• Thermal Gloves
• Jumer
• Ice axe (each for one)
• Dome Tents
• Water proof down Jacket
• Harness
• Boots (Complex)
• Gaiters, Rope (at least 55m.)
• Cooking gas
• Water proof down pants
• Carbine’s
• Crampons
• Mess kit

 

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