Jomsom Muktinath Trek Information:
Jomsom-Muktinath Trekking is not only heaven for adventure seekers, but it is also a paradise for those seeking inner peace. This adventurous trip begins from Kali Gandaki River into the World’s highest region passing along barren landscape, a steep rocky trail up and downhill. On the way of our trail passes through picturesque Gurung settlements and continue through dense rhododendron forest to climb Poon Hill at dawn for spectacular views of Nilgiri, Dhaulagiri and Annapurna ranges. Trekking around Jomsom reveals Tibetan Buddhist monasteries perched on ridges, the holy Hindu pilgrimage site of Muktinath. The major attraction of this trekking area visit to Muktinath temple (Hindu pilgrimage temple), Tatopani (natural hot spring) and Ghorepani poon hill (a magnificent sunrise viewpoint in whole Annapurna region).The overall experience of this trekking is truly unique and fun-filled and one that every adventure enthusiast must enjoy at least once.
Jomsom Muktinath trekking is an amazing route that starts from Pokhara and ends at Jomsom Muktinath. It can be done any time of the year except during the monsoons [July & August]. The Jomsom Trekking is a classical trek, where the final third of the Annapurna Circuit, follows the Kali Gandaki Valley between the soaring peak of Annapurna I (8091m.) with her range & Dhaulagiri (8168m.) along with her range. That is why it is declared as the deepest gorge in the world. The Trekking area is equally important for its religious importance. Thousands of Nepalese and Indian Hindu pilgrimage pay their homage to the Muktinath temple every year. The Trekking area situated on the dry, desert-like Tibetan Plateau. This trek allows access to the high mountains of the Himalayas within a reasonable timeframe and without ascending to adventurous attitude.
Major Attractions: The living Tibetan Buddhist culture, Himalayan Ranges including Dhaulagiri 8168m. the 6th highest mountain of the World the great mixture of Hindu and Buddhist tradition and culture. The deepest gorge in the world is worth to enjoy.