GHODEPANI TREK 07NT/08DAYS
Ghodepani means “horse water” and, as the name suggests, it used to be a major refueling stop for mule caravans bound for the high Himalayan passes to Tibet. Encounters with pack animals on the trail carrying salt and other merchandise are interesting interludes on this scenic trip. The trek makes a loop north of Pokhara to provide tantalizing views of the Annapurna mountains from a variety of angles. Our trip begins with a flight to Pokhara from where we drive to New Bridge (Naya Pool) on the Pokhara/Baglung highway. We start walking from there as we follow the trade route up Tirkhe Dhunga to Ghodepani. We return to Pokhara by way of Ghandrung and Dhampus to make one big circuit.
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