Ghorepani Poon hill trek is regarded as one of the famous trek route of Nepal which is also famous for its organized teahouse. Regarding with a shorter trek it presents a favorable circumstances to witness the beauty of the Annapurna region. It is rich in abstruse treasure of Nepalese culture and tradition where it offers a spectacular scenes of Mountains.Beneath the greatest Himalayan Range, the area is famous for fascinating traditional villages and ethnic communities, This place comprised of villages inhabited mainly by Gurungs and Magars. Despite that, dense rhododendron (Nepalese national flower), Oak forest full of birds, green hills and patchwork valleys holds the beauty of Ghorepani Poonhill Trek. This is one of the lifeline opportunity to encounter the breathtaking mountains of the world. Just by the glimpse of mountains i.e . Fishtail (6,993m,) Annapurna (8,091m) and Dhaulagiri (8,167) range gives you the mEmory of life time. It is one of the easiest and shortest trek which doesnt require any experience in trekking and also can be experience At any time of the year.
Through Ghorepani Trek, it is possible to encounter the beautiful village of Ghandruk Which is an ethnic Gurung village. Noone can ever forget their Panoramic views and hospitality. To climb up the poonhill is one of the important highlights. Of Ghorepani poon hill trek which is possibly one of the spectacular hill on the earth. The amazing and breathtaking. Morning views from poonhill with the warm sun rise and cold breeze wind makes you feel the real Shangri-La that people talk about. Beside that one can Ovserve the entire mountain range covered by the ray of sun in full bloom at the Sunset and sunrise through the excursion of Poon hill. Worthwhile,Ghorepani trek Can be enjoy by every nature lover along with acquaintance of the village on the north east of the country which is included as the native to Brahmins, Gurungs and tamang.
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