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This is a wonderfully suitable trek if you wish to avoid high altitudes. The views of the mountains are spectacular and the route actually crosses to the other side of the main Himalayan range by which you can feel to have been into totally different geography within just a few days walk. Poon Hill, situated at 3190m. is supposed to be one of the most ideal spot to view a 360 degrees panoramic view including the Dhaulagiri (8167m) and Annapurna I (8091m).
arrival in Kathmandu. Airport reception and transfer to Hotel. Room allocation and free time onwards. Welcome dinner in the evening.
Day 02：Kathmandu-city sightseeing. Trekking permit / Annapurna Conservation Area Project (ACAP) entry permit issuance. Hotel.
Day 03：fly (25 min) or drive (6 to 7 hrs) to Pokhara. Check-in to Hotel by the Phewa lake side.
Day 04：drive (1 hr) to Birethanti (1080m) and trek to Tirkedhunga (1510m, 6 to 7 hrs),
Day 05：trek to Ghorepani (2775m, 6to 7 hrs),
walk to Poon Hill for 45 min at dawn to have the magnificient view of sunrise. Spend as long as 1 to 1.30 hrs and return to lodge. After breakfast an easy descending through the forest of oke to Chitre and further onto Dana. After Ghara the descend becomes much steeper, that means the Tatopani (1250m., 6 to 7 hrs) is very close from here.
Day 07：trek to Kalopani (2560m. 6 to 7 hrs),
Day 08：trek to Jomsom (2750m. 5 to 6 hrs),
Day 09：trek to Muktinath (3830m, 6 to 7 hrs),
Day 10：trek back to Jomsom.
morning fly to Pokhara, a great opportunity to have enormous sight of great Himalayas once again! From Pokhara, drive or fly back to Kathamndu. Hotel.
Day 12：departure / fly to Home.
The major attraction to include this course is to let you enjoy the breathtaking close view of Mt. Dahulagiri and its immense icefall. A spacious and unfasten view which can be made from here is unmatchable with the views from anywhere else.
Other attractions of here can be regarded as the Titi Lake, the isolated villages of Taklung and Chhayo, the lush, green pine forested trail etc. Also we can see many Himalayan peaks including the Annapurna I and the regular sights that we are having for last few days.
The lake except when it is monsoon or right after monsoon (such as the months of Sept, Oct, Nov etc.) is less impressive, but the trip as combination of the above said attractions, is truly a rewarding!
This part can be combined without making any different on your schedule; however it is advisable to allow one day more in order to enjoy the views of Mt. Dhaulagiri and the vicinity in a slow and relaxing way (when there is time).
The trail to Titi Lake separates at Lete; while trekking up to Marpha~Jomsom (or at right after the bridge you cross at Larjung; while trekking down to Tatopani~ Ghorepani).