Jomsom and Muktinath Trek

Jomsom and Muktinath Trek


Jomsom is Geographically located to the the North of the Annapurna range and the east of the towering Dhaulagiri mountain and is the regional headquarter of the Forbidden King Dom Mustang. this trek is an easy one and it is ideal for those who would like to hike below a height of 4000m.easy walk and variety in culture and land scapes.The route up to kali Gandaki river initially passes through terrace hill before entering the desert like land scape of Mustang as you come to muktinath, an important piligrimage town for both hindu and buddhistand then onto jomsom. There are serval option for day hikes around this area and from jomsom there are 25 m flight to pokhara. From Pokhara there is a direct bus leave every day at 8.00am from busstation to jomsom or from Hallanchowk it takes 12 hours if not there is regular jeep this trek become short but still popular for short and easy trek for the trekkers but is almost dead we say due to motorable ascess. it is possible to make 5-10 days.

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