Dudh Pokhari Trek

Dudh Pokhari Trek

Dudh PokhariDudh Pokhari or Lake is situated at the east of Marshyangdi river, the south western slopes of Baudha Himal and Himalchuli of Mt Mansalu Massif (killer mountain) in the between of Lamjung and Gorkha district Nepal. It is new destination where tourist has hardly ever trekked in this region. This trekking is rich in culture, Nature and has a good geographical importance and other attractions. It is a short trek to have close view of the Mt. Manaslu (8163m), Himal chuli (7896m), Peak 29 (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). Now, this route has been developed as a most challenging trekking route. There are many ups and down with some high passes like Rupina-la Bhanjyang. The trek starts either from Phaleasangu or from Besishahar, capital of lamjung district. We have to cross the Marsyangdi River and go through the paddies fields and terraces of Gurung villages to the Tamang community and follow the ridge of Simledanda with pristine forest of rhododendron and bamboos. It is adventurous trek that require the correct way of walking on the difficult trails. The paths are not so easy that they are narrow with full of rocks. And sometimes we don't have the particular trail we should follow the pasture trail also.  It is also visited each summer monsoon by devotee pilgrims who make the difficult journey there to bath in its sacred milky waters.

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Fact of Dudh Pokhari Trek

Name of Trek:

Dudh Pokhari Trek

Location:

Manaslu Region

Trekking Grade:

Moderate to Strenous 

Activities:

Tour and Trekking

Minimum Altitude:

500m

Maximum Altitude:

4,500m

Season:

Spring and Autumn

Accommodation:

Camping Trek

Transportation:

Land Transportation 

Trek duration:

20 Days (16 Days for Trek)

Trekking Starting Point:

Baluntar

Trekking Ending Point:

Gorkha

Walking hour per day:

5 to 7 hours

Group Size:

2 to 10 peoples