Muldai View Point Trek

Short Trek in the Annapurna Region covers two viewpoint

Duration Duration 8 Days
Meals Meals
  • 7 Breakfast
  • 4 Lunch
  • 4 Dinner
Accommodation Accommodation
  • 3-star hotels in Kathmandu and Pokhara
  • Lodge accommodation during the trek
Activites Activities
  • Trekking
  • Sightseeing
  • Scenic Drive
Price Reduced US$ 950 Price Starts From US$ 750
Destination Destination
Difficulty Difficulty
Max. Altitude Max. Altitude
3640 Meter
Activities Activity
Start and Point Start/End Point
Best Season Best Season
March, April, May, Sept, Oct, Nov
Group Size Group Size
Minimum 1
Transportation Transportation
Private Car and Bus
Activity Per Day Activity Per Day
5-6 hours trek

Overview of Muldai View Point Trek

Muldai View Point Trek, also known as Mulde Trekking, offers an exceptional opportunity to immerse yourself in the awe-inspiring mountain scenery crafted by the Himalayan chain’s mighty glaciers and icy walls. This trek takes you through passages flanked by verdant mountain forests, towering rhododendron trees, picturesque local villages, and captivating valleys.

Embarking on the Muldai View Point Trek allows you to experience the incredible ethnic and cultural diversity that Nepal has to offer. Throughout the Mulde View Point Trek, which spans approximately 5 to 6 hours, you will have the chance to witness the ever-changing landscape and regional variations while also discovering the cultural and spiritual unity that unifies the people of this remarkable region.

Mulde View Point Trek Highlights

  • Ideal, short, and easy trek for beginners
  • Suitable trek all year round
  • Majestic 360-degree view of Dhaulagiri, Annapurna, Nilgiri, holy Machhapuchhre mountains
  • Free leisurely tour in Pokhara and Kathmandu
  • Acquaintance with Gurung culture in Ghandruk
  • An alternative opportunity to enjoy another famous hiking point of Poon Hill
  • Sunrise and sunset at Muldai Hill are higher than Poon Hill.

Located next to the Dobato village, at an altitude of 3637 m, Muldai View Point lies in the Annapurna Conservation Area. This trek is appropriate for lovers of silence and solitude and connoisseurs of untouched nature. Mulde View Point Trek is for those ready to sacrifice comfortable living conditions to see places rarely visited by tourists.

The route passes through tourist Mecca Pokhara, Gurung village Ghandruk, Tadapani, and Dobato village. It is an exciting route to see familiar places from different angles and see more unfamiliar places in the famous Annapurna region. It is different, sparse, populated, and beautiful. Muldai View Point Trek has been accessible to hikers since 2000 but has been eclipsed by other hiking trails in the same region.

Muldai View Point Trek Detail Itinerary

  • Day 01: Kathmandu Arrival

    Upon your arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport, our team will warmly welcome you and provide convenient transportation to your accommodation in Kathmandu. You will stay at a reputable and luxurious 3-star hotel in the city. Once you have settled in, we will take the opportunity to discuss the Mulde View Point Trek in detail, including the itinerary, highlights, and necessary preparations for the trek. Afterward, you will have leisure time to explore the captivating city of Kathmandu at your own pace.

    Meals: Not Included
    Hotel: Hotel Thamel Park or a similar hotel

  • Day 02: Kathmandu to Pokhara Drive

    After enjoying a delicious breakfast, our dedicated staff will transport you from Kathmandu to the popular tourist destination of Pokhara. The journey will commence early in the morning and typically takes around 6 to 7 hours, offering ample time to soak in the scenic views.

    Alternatively, if you prefer to minimize travel time and make your trip more efficient, we provide an optional domestic flight from Kathmandu to Pokhara for an additional fee of USD 120. This convenient air travel option allows you to reach Pokhara quickly, saving you valuable hours on the road.

    Upon reaching Pokhara, you will be accommodated in a comfortable 3-star hotel where you can unwind and prepare for exciting adventures.

    Meals: Breakfast
    Hotel: Kuti Resort or a similar hotel

  • Day 03: Drive to Ghandruk (Bus/Jeep) and Trek to Tadapani

    After a heart-content breakfast, you will commence your journey with a drive by jeep or bus to the village of Ghandruk. The road is a gentle drop passing through pine and rhododendron forests. After passing Deurali, Tolka, the village of Ghandruk, will be visible. With just 1 hour 35 minutes, you will reach this village.

    This Gurung village is located against the southern Annapurna massif and Mount Hiunchuli. The houses are made of stone roofs, retaining their ancient architectural style.

    Ghandruk Village
    Ghandruk Village

    After refreshment in the village lodge, you will begin your Muldai View Point Trek. The melodious chirping of birds accompanies the path through the thick forest. From Tadapani, you can have arresting views of Annapurna and Fishtail Mountains.

    On and Around Tadapani
    On and Around Tadapani

    You will spend the night at the teahouse lodge.

    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
    Accommodation: Local lodge

  • Day 04: Trek to Dobato

    Get ready for a 4 to 5 hours hike today as you cross many ascents and descents. Contrary to belief, the ascent and descents are not strenuous and are pleasant to walk. From this small village also you can marvel at the fascinating scenery of these mountains. You will stay at the teahouse lodge and spend the night.

    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
    Accommodation: Local lodge

  • Day 05: Trek to Muldai View Point and back to Dobato and trek to Ghorepani

    Today is a special day when you can observe the most appealing sunrise. You will begin your 45 minutes trek early morning to climb the Muldai peak. From the top, you can see the Annapurna, Dhaulagiri, Nilgiri, Lamjung Himal, and many more painted in the golden lights by the first rays of the sun.

    Sunrise View from Muldai View Point Trek
    Sunrise View from Mulde View Point Trek

    After breakfast, you will commence your hike to Dobato and Ghorepani. After the steep climb to the Deurali Pass, you will reach Ghorepani and spend the night at the teahouse lodge.

    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
    Accommodation: Local lodge

  • Day 06: Trek to Poon Hill and back to Ghorepani and trek to Hile, and drive back to Pokhara

    You will depart early to the Poon Hill View Point at an altitude of 3210 m. A 40-minute climb will take you to this unique viewpoint, where you will again witness the mesmerizing sunrise and 11 snow-capped mountain peaks side by side, including Dhaulagiri, Annapurna, and Tukuche Dhampus Peak, and Gurkha Himal.

    Descend to reach Ghorepani, where you will have breakfast. Then you will hike along the descent, taking you to Hile. It’s a small village away from the hustle and bustle. Lying silently in the serenity, it is the perfect place to enjoy peace and calmness.

    After some rest, you will return to Pokhara, where you will spend the rest of the day at a 3-star hotel.

    Meals: Breakfast and Lunch
    Accommodation: Kuti Resort or a similar hotel

  • Day 07: Drive back to Kathmandu (Flight – additional USD 120)

    Early in the morning, you will return to the capital. With an additional USD 120, you can fly from Kathmandu to reach Pokhara within 35 minutes. Spend the afternoon shopping and relaxing in ancient yet modern Kathmandu city.

    Meals: Breakfast and Dinner
    Accommodation: Samsara Resort or a similar hotel

  • Day 08: Departure

    Today is your farewell day; we will transfer you to the international airport from where you will fly back home.

    Meals: Breakfast and Dinner


What's included

  • Kathmandu Airport pickup by car
  • 2 Night hotel accommodation in Kathmandu
  • 2-night hotel accommodation in Pokhara
  • Kathmandu – Pokhara – Kathmandu luxurious bus
  • Pokhara – Ghandrul by sharing bus/jeep
  • Hile to Pokhara by Jeep/Bus
  • One guide and necessary porter
  • 7 Breakfast, 4 Lunch, and 4 Dinners as per an itinerary
  • Muldai View Point Trek Permit and necessary paperwork
  • Applicable taxes

What is excluded

  • Nepal Visa and International airfare
  • Lunch and Dinner in Kathmandu and Pokhara
  • Personal Expenses like bar bills, laundry, internet, tipping, etc


During your overall trip to Muldai View Point, we will accommodate you in the top and best-reviewed 3-star hotels in Kathmandu and Pokhara. These 3-star hotels are designed for families and friends, facilitated with airy and bright rooms.

According to your preference, you can stay in a single bed, double bed or others with four single beds. All these rooms are furnished with comfortable furniture, LCD TV, Free WIFI, Fan, Air conditioning, bathroom, and shower.

During your hike in the small local villages of Ghandruk, Dobato, Tadapani, and Ghorepani, we will arrange your stay at decent lodges available on the trek.

Currently, these villages have many hotels of various categories, from standard teahouses to luxury hotels. They provide a room with attached bathrooms and hot showers. These luxurious rooms are available in Ghorepani and Ghandruk villages.

The rooms are simple but clean, comfortable, and functional. Rooms usually have single beds with comfortable sheets, pillows, and duvets. They are decent enough with paid amenities of internet, hot shower, and charging of your electrical devices.

The same lodge will also serve breakfast, lunch, and dinner. They mainly serve the Nepalese national dish of Dal, Vat, and tarkari (Lentil, Rice, and vegetable curry). You can also enjoy savory continental European dishes such as pasta, momos, spaghetti, soups, etc.

Route Map

Muldai View Point Trek Map

Departure Dates

Customize this trip with help from our local travel specialist that matches your interests.

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    Essential Information

    Why go to Mulde View trek?

    The Muldai View Point Trek is a relatively new trek less popular than the famous Poon Hill trek. While it remains largely undiscovered by the masses, it is gaining popularity among adventurous foreign tourists seeking a unique trekking experience.

    This short trek, ranging from 4 to 8 days, is suitable for individuals in basic physical condition. It offers an excellent alternative for those who desire to witness the breathtaking beauty of the mountains but prefer to avoid higher altitudes.

    The views from Muldai Hill are truly mesmerizing and captivating, surpassing those from Poon Hill. Witnessing the sunrise and sunset from this vantage point is an enchanting experience, achievable with just a 30 to 40-minute hike.

    With this shorter and more convenient trek, you can admire over 25 majestic peaks, including the renowned Annapurna, Hiunchuli, and Fishtail mountain ranges. On clear days, you will also be treated to a splendid view of the picturesque Pokhara Valley beside the tranquil Lake Phewa.

    Embark on the Muldai View Point Trek and discover the hidden gem of this lesser-known route, where you can immerse yourself in awe-inspiring natural beauty and create lasting memories of your journey through the Himalayas.

    Muldai View Park

    Best time to visit Muldai View Point

    The Muldai View Point Trek is a timeless adventure that can be undertaken throughout the year. With its altitude below 4000m, the climate and weather remain predictable, calm, and serene.

    However, the most favorable times to witness the mesmerizing sunrise and sunset at Muldai Peak are during the spring months of March, April, and May, as well as the autumn months of September, October, and November. The alternating weather patterns during these seasons create a tranquil atmosphere with clear blue skies and pleasant temperatures, allowing for uninterrupted mountain views.

    While the summer months from June to August bring the monsoon season to Nepal, characterized by heavy rainfall and potential landslides, the track to the Muldai View Point is well-developed, reducing the risks. If you don’t mind the occasional rain and are prepared with appropriate gear, such as an umbrella, you can still enjoy this trek during the monsoon season.

    In contrast, the winter months from December to February can be chilly, although not as extreme as in the higher Himalayas. The average temperatures range between 10 to 15 degrees Celsius, making it comfortable for trekking during this season.

    Regardless of the time of year you choose for the Muldai View Point Trek, it promises unique experiences and breathtaking vistas of the surrounding mountains.

    Mountain View

    A typical day during the trek

    The Muldai View Point Trek may be lesser known, but don’t let that deter or intimidate you. The unconventional route of this trek adds to its allure and makes it even more intriguing.

    Throughout your journey, you will be accompanied by lush green pine forests and dense rhododendron jungles, serving as constant allies. Along the trail, you will encounter cozy loggias with cafes where you can indulge in the delightful flavors of Nepalese tea, including black, green, lemon, masala, milk, and ginger.

    Each day of the Muldai View Point trek will begin early morning, as you embark on 4 to 6 hours of hiking. Every sunrise will greet you with breathtaking vistas of the magnificent Dhaulagiri, Annapurna, and Fishtail Mountains. And as night falls, you will be treated to a mesmerizing display of countless stars, undisturbed by the lights of urban areas.

    Muldai View Point Trek Difficulty

    The Muldai View Point Trek is a relatively short trek that can be completed in 4 to 8 days, making it an ideal choice for those seeking a compact adventure. It offers a straightforward and easily accessible route, immersing you in the awe-inspiring beauty of Nepal’s renowned and sacred mountains, including Annapurna and Machhapuchhre.

    This trek is suitable for individuals with good physical and mental health, and you will likely encounter people of various ages comfortably navigating the path, often supported by walking sticks. It’s a testament to the trek’s manageable terrain and moderate difficulty level.

    With Muldai Peak below 4000 m, concerns about mountain sickness or altitude-related issues are minimal. This factor makes the trek all the more appealing, as you can explore the Himalayan region of Nepal without undue worry, allowing for a more enjoyable and relaxed experience.

    Trekking Route

    You have the flexibility to begin the Muldai View Point Trek by either driving or flying to Pokhara. The well-maintained roads and interconnected trails from Pokhara to local villages offer a delightful journey, with settlements, loggias, and cafes along the way. This accessibility adds to the overall convenience and charm of the trek. Additionally, the cost-effectiveness of this adventure ensures that it is accessible to a wide range of individuals, regardless of their budget.

    The relatively short duration of the trek, spanning around 4 to 8 days, provides an ideal opportunity for a refreshing break from your hectic daily life. Within this manageable timeframe, you can fulfill your dream of witnessing the majestic mountains with your own eyes and create lasting memories. There’s no need to plan for an extended month-long holiday, as the Muldai View Point Trek offers a fulfilling and captivating experience within a more suitable timeframe.

    Muldai View Trek without Ghorepani Trek

    We have designed this eight-day Muldai View Point Trek or Mulde View Point Trek itinerary, including your hike to Ghorepani and Poon Hill. However, we understand that each traveler has unique preferences and time constraints. Hence, we offer the flexibility to customize and shorten your trek to a more manageable 4 to 5 days, excluding the return trek to Ghorepani.

    Once you reach Muldai View Point, you will retrace your steps and return to Dobato village. From there, you will embark on a 5 to 6-hour hike to Ghandruk village, immersing yourself in the stunning surroundings.

    From Ghandruk, you will descend to Nayapul, where a convenient drive will take you to the charming city of Pokhara. The Muldai View Point Trek showcases a diverse and captivating landscape, encompassing lush paddy fields, meandering rivers, enchanting forests, and quaint villages.

    This modified itinerary is particularly beneficial for those with limited time and budget or who wish to explore other regions of Nepal. Moreover, this adventure provides an opportunity to immerse yourself in the authentic village lifestyle, witness the grandeur of the mighty mountain range, and marvel at breathtaking sunrises and sunsets that will leave an indelible impression on your journey.


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