Trip Details

  • Destination: Nepal
  • Trip Style: Lodge to Lodge Trek
  • Transport: Public Bus/Public jeep sharing
  • Food: Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner
  • Accommodation: Tea house / Home stay
  • Group Size: 1-20
  • Max Elevation: 3,637meters



  • An exciting journey through diverse landscapes - terraced fields, alpine forests, traditional villages, and towering peaks.
  • Majestic views of the Dhaulagiri, Annapurna, and many other Himalayan ranges from the Muldai peak.
  • A chance to dive into the authentic Gurung and Magar cultures and interact with the locals in the traditional Nepali villages.
  • A thrilling wildlife spotting experience in the lush rhododendron forests that are home to an array of vivid flora and fauna.


About Muldai View Point Trek

Sheep during Muldai View Point Trek

Immerse yourself in the grandeur of nature with the enthralling journey that is the Muldai View Point Trek. Experience the serenity of the wilderness, meet the mountain people, and savor the breathtaking vistas of the highest peaks. Nestled in the heart of the Annapurna conservation area, the Muldai viewpoint trekking is your ticket to an intimate encounter with the Himalayas. Beyond The Limit Treks, being a renowned travel agency in Nepal, can be your trusted guide to the awe-inspiring wonders of the Mulde viewpoint. Our Muldai viewpoint trekking package in Nepal presents diverse chapters of nature’s grandeur, vibrant cultural narratives, and ever-evolving geographical landscapes.

The Muldai viewpoint trek experience resembles a journey through a living museum. The trek sets itself apart with an unparalleled perspective of over 25 mountain peaks, including the formidable Dhaulagiri and the stunning Annapurna ranges. It’s not just the destination that captivates but also the journey. The trail weaves through terraced farmlands with an array of colors and traditional Gurung and Magar villages. The journey offers a peek into the rural Himalayan lifestyle, dense rhododendron forests housing a myriad of Himalayan fauna, and ultimately to the Muldai peak - a view so sublime it feels ethereal.

The Trek to Muldai View Point is not just an outdoor expedition; it’s an immersive journey that challenges your physical strength, invites you to engage with the local community, and offers you a profound sense of tranquility amidst the high peaks.

Mulde View Point Trek Difficulty

On the Way to Mulde Trek

The Muldai View Point Trek in Nepal is of moderate difficulty, making it accessible to both novice and experienced trekkers. Despite the few steep sections, the daily trekking duration is comfortable, ranging between 4-7 hours, and no prior trekking experience is needed. However, physical fitness is important as the trail involves prolonged hours of walking.

  • Altitude: Altitude can be a concern as the trek reaches an elevation of 3,637 meters. Proper acclimatization and following the trekking itinerary strictly can help minimize the risk of altitude sickness.
  • Trail Conditions: The trail offers varying terrain from well-paved paths to steep climbs. Proper hiking boots and physical preparation are essential for a comfortable trek.
  • Weather: Weather can be unpredictable in the mountains. Preparing for sudden changes and having the right gear can make the trek more enjoyable.
  • Length of the Trek: The trek spans five days with significant walking each day. Physical fitness and stamina are vital for enjoying the trek fully.

Beyond The Limit Treks is committed to guiding you through every step, ensuring your adventure is enjoyable, safe, and memorable.

Muldai View Point Trek Route

Scenic View from Muldai View Point

The charm of the Muldai View point trekking route lies in its variety - each day unfolds a new landscape, perspective, and challenge. Starting from the vibrant city of Pokhara, the trail moves to the quieter hamlets, unfolding the rural beauty of Nepal.

The journey starts with a scenic drive to Nayapul, our first checkpoint, then the route climbs to the quaint village of Ulleri through terraced farmlands and local markets bustling with energy. As we move higher, we reach Ghorepani, a traditional village nestled amidst the mountains, offering stunning views of the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri ranges. From there, we venture into the forest, the path surrounded by thick oak and rhododendron trees, making our way to Dobato.

The pinnacle of the trek, the Muldai View Point, awaits us with an overwhelming panoramic spectacle of the Himalayas. After absorbing the mesmerizing sunrise view from Muldai, we descend to Ghandruk. This picturesque Gurung village is a testament to the enduring spirit and rich culture of the Gurung community. The final leg of the journey takes us back to Pokhara, completing our memorable circle of adventure.

This carefully crafted route provides an all-embracing experience of Nepal's topographical and cultural diversity. With each day offering a different terrain to traverse and a unique view, the Muldai View point trekking route is undoubtedly a journey of exploration and wonder.

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Best time to visit Muldai Viewpoint Trek

While the Muldai View Point Trek can be undertaken throughout the year, certain months provide a more enriching experience.

  • Autumn (September to November)

The autumn season, specifically from late September to November, is often considered the best time to undertake the Muldai viewpoint trek. The skies are clear. Trekking in these months provides you with breathtaking views of the majestic Himalayan ranges. The weather is pleasantly cool, making the journey comfortable. During this season, you also witness lush landscapes rejuvenated from the monsoon rains.

  • Spring (March to May)

Spring is another fantastic season for the Trek to Muldai viewpoint. The region comes alive with blooming rhododendron flowers, painting the trail with vivid colors. The temperatures are mild, and visibility is excellent. It’s a time of rebirth and rejuvenation in nature, offering a delightful trekking experience.

  • Monsoon (June to August)

Monsoon is not the preferred season for trekking due to heavy rains that can cause landslides and muddy trails. However, the Muldai View point trekking route is less crowded, and you can enjoy the beauty of lush, green landscapes. Proper precautions and suitable gear are required during this time.

  • Winter (December to February)

Winter brings snow and colder temperatures. If you’re an experienced trekker looking for a more solitary and challenging experience, winter might be the season for you. The snow-capped mountains and the crisp winter air offer a unique perspective on the Muldai View Point Trek.

Tips for Muldai View Point Trek

Muldai View Point Trek 2023

The Muldai View Point Trekking promises an unparalleled adventure that will last a lifetime in your memories. To ensure you make the most of your journey, we have listed a few tips for the Muldai viewpoint trek below.

  • Proper Gear: Make sure you have proper gear - sturdy trekking boots, warm clothing, a rain jacket, sunblock, sunglasses, a hat, gloves, and a good quality sleeping bag. Dress in layers for easy adjustment to changing temperatures.
  • Physical Fitness: This trek requires a moderate level of fitness. Start preparing a few weeks before your trek with activities like jogging, cycling, swimming, or strength training.
  • Stay Hydrated: Staying hydrated is crucial. The dry mountain air can dehydrate you quickly. Carry a water bottle and refill it at every opportunity.
  • Altitude Sickness: Understand the symptoms of altitude sickness and take precautions. Ascend slowly, and make sure to acclimatize. If symptoms occur, don't hesitate to seek immediate help.
  • Local Customs: Respect local traditions and customs. Remember, you are a guest in their land.
  • Guided Trek: Consider taking a guide. Not only will they keep you on track, but they can also enrich your journey with local insights.
  • Sustainable Practices: Practice sustainable trekking. Carry out trash, stick to the trails, and respect wildlife.
  • Travel Insurance: Travel insurance's always a good idea to cover trekking and emergency evacuations.
  • Rest and Relax: Don’t rush. The trek is about reaching the destination and enjoying the journey. Rest and relax whenever necessary.
  • Prepare for Unexpected Weather: The mountain weather can be unpredictable, so be prepared for sudden weather changes.

The Mulde View Point Trek is a sublime experience for adventurers, nature lovers, and culture enthusiasts alike. It is a short trek destination for the best view Annapurna Region. It’s a precious gem of Nepal that unfolds as a meticulously crafted narrative, showcasing stunning panoramas, vibrant cultures, and the raw, untouched beauty of the Annapurna region. It’s an invitation to be a part of this mesmerizing narrative that promises more than just sights; it promises experiences you’ll carry in your heart forever.

Beyond The Limit Treks takes pride in participating in your journey, facilitating an enriching and memorable trekking experience. Your safety, comfort, and satisfaction are our priorities. As you immerse in this Himalayan wonder, we will be with you every step of the way and ensure you have the best of what Nepal offers.

The mountains are waiting for your footprints, the Himalayan wind is eager to echo your laughter, and the tranquil silence of the high peaks is ready to narrate the most captivating stories. So pack your bags, lace up your boots, and brace yourself for an unforgettable adventure. The Muldai View Point Trek is more than just a trek; it's the journey of a lifetime. Contact us today and book your Muldai viewpoint trek package.

Muldai View Point Trek Itinerary

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Day 01 : Drive to Ghandruk (1940m) and Trek to Tadapani.(3 hours approx.) 2630m

After breakfast in Pokhara, you will travel by jeep to Ghandruk village. We will choose an alternate route due to the blacktop on the main Ghandruk road. Get out of the jeep and walk 45 minutes to Ghandruk village. Lunch will be provided in Ghandruk village. Then, make your way to Tadapani, which will take about 3 hours.

  • Breakfast, Lunch and dinner
  • Tea House
  • Tadapani
  • 2630 meters

After eating breakfast, you will go towards Dobato from Tadapani. Most of the time will be spent walking through oak and rhododendron forests. You may also come across musk deer and red foxes if you're lucky. After passing the forest, you will ascend the trail to the Deurali ridge. To get to Dobato, we will continue to walk uphill while following the relatively steep trail. Overall, it takes roughly 5 to 6 hours. You will spend the night in a less crowded tea house in Dobato.This place is nice and quite but basic accommodation

  • Breakfast Lunch and dinner
  • Tea House
  • Dobato
  • 3350 meters

We start early in the morning to catch the sunrise over the Himalayan ranges from the Mulde View Point, which is the highlight of the trek. The feeling of standing above the clouds, with a 360-degree panorama of more than 25 snow-clad peaks, is difficult to put into words. In the winter, the stone step will be covered by snow after morning. To maintain balance, we recommend using a walking stick. After the Muldai View Point best viewpoint of the entire Annapurna journey descends to Dobato, eats breakfast, and proceeds to Swanta. You can spend the rest of the day exploring the village, the Magar people, and their lifestyle.

Overnight stay in Swanta village 

  • Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
  • Tea House
  • Swanta village
  • 2214 meters

You’ll have your breakfast at Swanta and set off to Ghorepani. Arrived to Ghorepani have Lunch  one of the most busy place  in Annapurna region (note that if you like to visit  Poon hill and enjoying the the beautiful view from Poon hill  you can extend one more day from this Itinerary  but after visit Muldai view point  is the best viewpoint ) You will descend through a beautiful trail covered in green forests. You can catch a glimpse of the Annapurna range during the trek. When you get to Ghorepani, you can spend the rest of the day. You will have closer exposure to their culture and tradition. After taking in the scenery and having lunch, you will descend to Banthanti. Drive to Pokhara through  Ulleri ,Birethanti Nayapul, passing through magnificent forests and admiring the Himalayas in the background.

  • Breakfast and Lunch
  • 3-star Hotel
  • Pokhara
  • 820 meters

What's Included



  • Pick up from  your Hotel in Pokhara and drive to Ghandruk village  by bus or sharing jeep or private jeep it depends on your booking
  • Drive from the Trekking ending point from ulleri to Pokhara (by bus or sharing jeep or private jeep it depends on your booking)
  • Round Transportation for a guide or if you will take a porter also ( if you have assistance guide more than 6 clients one assistance guide )


  •  3 night accommodation is the best availability


  • Daily freshly cooked meals three times a day (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner) in the mountains
  • 4 Breakfast in the mountain
  • 3 dinner 
  • 4Lunch
  • Seasonal Fresh fruits after dinner during the Trek
  • Farewell Dinner 

Trekking Staff

  • Government Registered English speaking Professional a Trekking guide
  • One Assistant guide for every 6 trekkers including their food, accommodation, transportation, insurance, salary
  • Trekking staff salary, insurance, meals, accommodation, equipment, transportation, etc.

Permits and Taxes

  • Annapurna Conservation Area Project Permit (ACAP)
  • Agency service charge and government tax/VAT


  • Trekking maps for Muldai viewpoint 
  • Emergency rescue service arrangement ( Please do Insurance from your country that covers Medical and Evacuation)
  • Beyond the Limits Treks Sleeping bag on request (you have to return after your Trek)
  • Beyond the Limits Treks Complimentary Duffel bags to keep your belongings to be carried by a porter if required
  • Certificate of achievement 

Not Included

  • International flight 
  • Nepal visa fees
  • Accommodation in Pokhara, two nights (bed & breakfast and tax included)
  • Kathmandu hotel sightseeing you can Book with us.
  • Hote and Cold Drinks  ( Coke, mineral water, beer, etc )
  • (Lunch & Dinner) in Kathmandu / Pokhara
  • Tips for driver and guide (tipping is customary)
  • Travel Insurance That should cover evacuation and medical
  • Personal expenses, anything not mentioned in the included section
  • Natural disaster or Political unrest beyond our countrol
  • any resion you will return early the extra cost