Jomsom Muktinath Trekking also known as Lodge trek commences with long climb to Ghorepani and then drop into the World’s deepest George.
Jomsom Muktinath Trekking is an exhilarating 9 days trek that offers the most breathtaking views of the Himalayas and contrast in landscape as it arrives on the dry Tibetan plateau to the far north. It additionally permits for variety of distinctive cultural encounters with people that maintain their ancient traditions. The trek reach up to 3800m, the maximum altitude, and a moderate level of physical fitness is required to finish this campaign.
Jomsom Muktinath Trekking journey offers spectacular views of the rice terraces and mountainside, superb Himalayan views , lush valleys, beautiful landscape, kali gandaki valley and one of the famous apple garden inn Marpaha and Tukuche, number of villages inhabited by the fearless and museum of Traditional Nepalese Life in Ghandruk. The trek continuous by ascending through magnificent rhododendron forests, where the playful Langure monkeys will entertain us. Emerging from the forest, we will be able to appreciate the majestic landscape of the where we will have short trek to Poon Hill (3210m). From , we can admire the sunrise over the expanse of the Himalayas and surrounding rice terraces, also can be called as a photographer’s paradise. We continue to trek in the ancient pilgrimage area of Tatopani (referred as Hot Water), where we will be able to take rest and relax in the soothing hot springs. Following the breathtaking Kali Gandaki River Valley, officially the deepest gorge in the world flanked by the immense statures of Dhaulagiri and Annapurna (both mountains are above 8000m). Continuing our ascent, we will be able to marvel at the gargantuan glacier of Dhaulagiri. We will arrive on the dry windy planes of the Tibetan plateau (2600m) where the sacred pilgrimage site of Muktinath temple (3800m) is situated, with its 108 spring water taps and mysterious natural gas fires. Here we will experience the deeply spiritual atmosphere and observe the unusual merging of Hindu and Buddhist worshipers. Continuing, we descend across the windy plateau to Jomsom village, from where we will take an exhilarating mountain flight through the Kali Gandaki gorge enjoying our last spectacular views of the Himalayas and finally takes us back to Pokhara, the beautiful city with impressive view of lakes, temples and mountains.