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Exclusive Namun la and Dhud Pokhari Trek

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Namun-la and Dudh Pokhari (4700m) trek is one of the newly open exclusive trek in Annapurna region, Nepal. Namum la (5560m) is one of the adventurous pass newly open for adventure lover trekkers. In this trek you have two option either continuing your trek around Annapurna or continue to Kathmandu. Dudh (Milk) and Pokhari (Pond or Lake) which means Pond of Milk or either Milky Lake. Mt. Manaslu (8163m), Himal chuli (7896m), Dr. Harka Gurung Peak (7871m), Annapurna range including Manang valley and Lamjung Himal. Dudh Pokhari is the long ridge that stretches south from Himal chuli (7896m) and near to Boudha peak (6672m) are the majestic mountain views in this trek. This trek is newly open and exclusive exploring in the Annapurna region. This trek requires camping as there are no tea house facilities.

Itinerary:

Day 01: Kathmandu to Khudi (730m)

Day 02: Khudi to Ghalegaun (2016m)

Day 03: Ghale Gaun to Rabrachu(3150m)

Day 04: Rabrachu to top of Khudi(3800m)

Day 05: Top of Khudi to Thorju (4500m)

Day 06 : Thorju to Dudhpokhari (4700) and Haas Pokhari (4500m) overnight Thorju.

Day 07: Thurjo to Dhanfe Kharka (3800m) via Namun La (5560m)

Day 08: Dhanfe Kharka to Temang (2270m)

Day 09: Temang to Kathmandu

Trek Facts:

Maximum altitude: 5560m

Trek type: camping and tea houses

Trek Grade: Challenging

Trek duration: 10 days

Gangs Of Himalayan guide Brothers Group

Bhagwan Bahal, Thamel

Kathmandu, Nepal

Email: ram.manange@gmail.com

skype: mysticland.adventure

 

 

 

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