Muldai View Point Trek

Trip Highlights

  • Destination:Nepal
  • Trip Grade:Easy

Trip Highlights

  • Trekking through the beautiful Annapurna region together with beautiful landscapes, lush forests, flowing waterfalls, and towering mountain peaks.
  • Experience local culture by interacting with local, learn about their way of life and get to try some traditional Nepalese cuisine.
  • Sense of accomplishment when you reach your destination after challenging trekking terrain which includes steep ascents and descents.
  • Able to see panoramic views of the Himalayas, including Annapurna South, Dhaulagiri and Hiunchuli.
  • Includes the Pokhara valley with its stunning views of Mt. Machhapuchhare (Mt. Fishtail) and the Annapurna Massif.
  • After the trek, chill out in peaceful Pokhara. Relax with your small group on the banks of Phewa Lake and take in the mountainous surrounds that you have conquered.
  • Early morning hike to Mulde View Point to see the beautiful sunrise.

Tour Overview

The Muldai View Point Trek is an exciting and rewarding adventure that takes you through some of the most breathtaking landscapes in Nepal. This trek is perfect for those who want to challenge themselves with an exceptional trekking experience while also immersing themselves in the local culture and natural beauty of the Annapurna region.

The highest point of the trek is at Muldai Peak, which stands at an altitude of 3,637 meters. The trek is designed to be challenging but manageable, with plenty time for rest and acclimatization along the way. Muldai View Point lies inside the Annapurna Conservation Area, the first and the largest Conservation Protected Area in Nepal.

The trek starts in the scenic city of Pokhara, known for its soothing lakes and stunning mountain views. From there, you will begin on a five-day journey that will take you through lush subtropical forests, alpine meadows, and High Mountain passes. The trek is a mix of uphill and downhill hiking, with some steep and rocky terrain that requires moderate level of fitness and endurance.

You will trek from Pokhara to Ulleri, a small village nestled in the foothills of the Annapurna range. The following day, you will continue your ascent to Ghorepani, where you will witness a spectacular sunrise over the snow-capped mountains. From there, you will trek to Dobato, where you can enjoy the stunning scenario of the surrounding valleys and mountains including Mt. Machhapuchhre, Mt. Annapurna South, Dhaulagiri range, Lamjung, Fishtail, and Gangapurna, and also get to experience the early morning hike to Mulde Viewpoint to witness a breathtaking sunrise over the Annapurna range which are the highlights of the trek.

It Includes

Along the way, passing through picturesque terraced fields, fascinating surroundings, beautiful rhododendron, oak trees, and lush forests are also the highlights of the trek. You can witness a charming Gurung village known for its traditional architecture and cultural heritage. Apart from Pokhara, where you’ll be staying in a hotel or guesthouse, everywhere throughout the trek, you will stay in comfortable teahouses where you can rest and recharge while enjoying the warm hospitality of the locals.

With its stunning mountain views, charming villages, and challenging terrain, this trek is sure to leave you with a sense of accomplishment and wonder that will last a lifetime. Overall, this trek is an unforgettable adventure that combines natural beauty, cultural immersion, and a physical challenge.

Detail Itinerary

The first day of your trekking adventure begins with a trek from the bustling town of Pokhara to Ulleri. As you set out, you’ll immediately be surrounded by lush forests and scenic landscapes. You’ll trek along a well-maintained path that winds its way through a series of charming villages, each with its unique culture and traditions.

As you continue on your journey, you’ll be rewarded with stunning views of the Annapurna mountain range, including peaks like Machhapuchhre and Annapurna South. Along the way, you’ll also have the opportunity to interact with locals and learn about their way of life. You may even get to try some traditional Nepalese cuisines.

After several hours of trekking, you’ll arrive in the village of Ulleri, situated at an altitude of around 2,050 meters above sea level. Here, you’ll have the chance to rest and recharge for the next day of your journey. Ulleri is known for its charming stone houses and winding stone staircases, which make for a picturesque setting to spend the night.

On the second day of the trek, you will head towards Ulleri in the morning towards Ghorepani. Ghorepani is the village located at an altitude of 2750 meters, is known for its distinctive blue roofs and houses. You will be able to witness the wild rhododendrons in full bloom, covering the valleys in vibrant red colors mostly during the March and April.

Trail to Ghorepani is steeper and as you climb higher, you’ll notice a change in climate and flora, with denser forests and beautiful flowers, particularly the rhododendrons. These wild flowers create a magical atmosphere that makes you feel like you’re in a dream world or fantasy world. The photos and words cannot do justice to the breathtaking beauty and tranquility of the region. Upon reaching Ghorepani, you will take a rest at the guest house, preparing for your next day trek.

Now, we will continue our trek towards Dobato. As we approach Dobato, the landscape changed dramatically, with the forest giving way to alpine vegetation and the scenery becoming more rugged and mountainous. Dobato is located at an altitude of 3,350 meters and is a small settlement, with only a handful of guesthouses and shops. It is primarily used as a rest stop for trekkers which is surrounded by lush forests of rhododendron and oak trees, which bloom with vibrant colors during the spring season.

As you ascend, the landscape begins to open up and you’ll be treated to a breathtaking view of the Annapurna South massif looming above you. You’ll will also hear the sound of rushing waterfalls as the river races away into the steep-sided valley below. Then, you will arrive at Meshar Danda, where you can rest and take in the incredible panoramic view from the ridgeline.

Once you’re ready to move on, you’ll continue along the forested trail for about an hour until you reach Isharu, a spot where shepherds gaze their sheep. Then, the trail leads you on a gentle ascent as it contours around the hillside and up to a small, charming Gurung temple. Spend peaceful night at Dobato after the long day of trekking.

For the day 4 of the trek, you will partake on an early morning hike to Mulde View Trek. The Mulde View Trek is a short but spectacular trek in the Annapurna region of Nepal. It is a route that takes you through dense forests, quaint villages, and lush meadows, all while offering stunning panoramic views of the Annapurna massif. The viewpoint is at an elevation of around 3,600 meters and is reached by a steep climb from the village of Dobato.

The trek to the Mulde View Point takes approximately 45 minutes from the teahouse of Dobato.  From the top, you can see panoramic views of the Dhaulagiri, Annapurna, and Machhapuchhre (Fishtail) mountain ranges. You’ll see the early morning beautiful sunrise. Furthermore, the view is especially breathtaking during sunrise, as the first rays of the sun paint the mountains in shades of pink, orange and gold.

After taking in the stunning view, you’ll trek back down to Dobato to start your journey towards Ghandruk. As you descend, the vegetation starts to change, giving way to bamboo and oak trees. After walking for a few hours, you’ll reach the village of Tadapani, which is a perfect spot for a lunch break. Tadapani offers stunning views of the Annapurna South and Machhapuchhre (Fishtail). You will continue to trek towards Ghandruk, passing through the small villages of Chuile and Kimche.

After you arrive at Ghandruk, also known as the ‘Switzerland of Nepal’, check out the tiny Gurung Museum for local history and textiles, and explore the traditional houses made of stone slabs. Or either you can just sit back and relax. There are plenty of places in the village to absorb the snow-capped views of the different mountain ranges. Spend the night at a teahouse in Ghandruk.

On your last day of the trek, after having breakfast in Ghandruk, you will begin your trek towards Nayapul. The trail will take you through picturesque villages and terraced fields along the way, offering beautiful views of the Annapurna Mountain range. As you continue along the Modi Khola River, the trail leads you through a beautiful gorge, with steep cliffs and cascading waterfalls. Along the way, you will pass through small settlements like Syauli Bazaar, Birethanti, and finally reach Nayapul. From Nayapul, you can take a jeep or taxi back to Pokhara.

Once you arrive back in Pokhara, you can rest and relax after the trek. You may want to explore the city of Pokhara, visit some of the local markets, or enjoy a meal at one of the many restaurants and cafe. If time allows, you can also visit some of the popular attractions in Pokhara, such as the Peace Pagoda, Phewa Lake, or the World Peace Stupa. You will spend the night in a hotel or a guesthouse in Pokhara.

For the next day you can have breakfast at your hotel or guesthouse. And depending on your travel plans, you can either spend the day exploring more of Pokhara or begin your journey back to Kathmandu or other destinations. This marks the end of the trek, and you can take a moment to relish on the experience and memories you have made during your time in the Annapurna region.

Cost Includes

  • All of your meals (breakfast, lunch, and dinner) will be provided, along with tea and coffee. Accommodation during the trek is also included.
  • To ensure your safety and well-being, our guide and porter are comprehensively insured.
  • Knowledgeable and friendly English- speaking guide who is licensed to lead treks in Nepal.
  • Trekking permits (ACAP) and TIMS fees.
  • First aid kid carried by the guide.
  • Achievement certificate upon completion of the trek.
  • Best available twin sharing lodge to lodge accommodation during the trek.
  • A map of the trekking region of Annapurna.
  • Government taxes and company service charges.

Cost Excludes

  • Hotel accommodation in Kathmandu (But we can book the hotel on your appeal.)
  • Visa Charges
  • Any kinds of drinks and dessert.
  • Travel insurance in the case of emergency helicopter rescue and other medication.
  • Tips for guide, potter and driver.
  • Hot showers during the trek.
  • Private car transfer or flight cost between Kathmandu and Pokhara.
  • International Airfare.
  • Personal trekking equipment (but we can rent them for you on your request.)

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Additional Info


  • Our booking and reservation system is easy to use.
  • If your trip needs to be canceled due to bad weather or unforeseen circumstances, you can get a full refund.
  • We are always available to answer any questions you may have about your trip, and we respond quickly.
  • Our team is available to assist you 24/7, and they are highly professional and well-trained.
  • Team with over 21 years of experience in the trekking field.

At Nepal Hiking Adventure, we place a strong emphasis on providing personalized service and paying attention to every detail or your trip. Our team includes experienced and friendly guides, as well as skilled porters and support staff who are all dedicated to making your experience exceptional.

We are passionate about what we do, and our extensive knowledge of Nepal’s trekking routes and natural wonders allows us to create unforgettable expeditions for our clients. We take pride in providing a safe and enjoyable experience for everyone who joins us on this journey.


The best time to trek to Muldai View Point Trek is during the autumn season, which runs from September to November. During this time, the weather is clear and visible, with mild temperatures and low precipitation, making for great trekking conditions. The skies are usually clear, which provides stunning panoramic views of the mountains and landscapes along the way.

The spring season, from March to May, is also a good time to trek to Muldai View Trek. The temperatures are moderate, the weather is stable, and the landscapes are lush and green with blooming rhododendrons and wildflowers. However, there may be occasional rain showers, and the views may not be as clear as during the autumn season. 

TIPS for Muldai View Point Trek

  • Make sure to bring warm clothing and a good sleeping bad, as temperature can drop significantly at night.
  • Stay hydrated and take it slow to avoid altitude sickness
  • Pack light and bring only the essentials, as you will be carrying your own gear (or you can hire a potter too as per your convenience.)
  • Hire a potter to make the trek easier as it will be helpful for you to walk without loads.
  • Take your time: The trek to Annapurna Base Camp is a challenging and physically demanding journey, so it’s important to take your time and pace yourself. Don’t rush through the trek and take regular breaks to rest.
  • Prepare for altitude sickness: Altitude sickness is a common problem for trekkers in the Annapurna region. Make sure to drink plenty of water and take medication if necessary.
  • Enjoy the journey to the fullest: The Annapurna Base Camp Trek is a once-in-a-lifetime experience, so make sure to enjoy the journey and take in the stunning scenery along the way.

DIFFICULTY for Muldai View Point Trek

The Muldai View Trek is considered a moderate-level trek. The trail involves daily ascents and descents and requires a good level of fitness and determination. The highest point of the trek is at Muldai Peak, which stands at an altitude of 3,637 meters, and the trekking route is at times steep and rocky.

The trek also involves walking on narrow and uneven paths, crossing suspension bridges, and navigating through dense paths, which can be done successfully by having good fitness and patience. Overall, the Muldai View Trek is a great option for those who want to experience the stunning scenery of the Annapurna region without committing to a longer and more challenging trek

Most Common FAQs

How many days does the Muldai View Trek take? If you’re wondering how many days it takes to do the Muldai View Trek, the answer is that it’s flexible and customizable to your preferences. The number of days required for this trek can vary depending on your interests, fitness level, and schedule. The trek can be completed in as little as 4-5 days, but some trekkers prefer a slower pace and choose for a longer itinerary of 6-7 days. Whether you want a short and intense trek or a more relaxed and leisurely pace, we can design an itinerary that suits your needs. Contact us to learn more customizable itineraries for the Muldai View Trek. What is the maximum altitude reached during the Muldai View Trek? The maximum altitude reached during the Muldai View Trek is approximately 3,700 meters at the Muldai View Point. What is the best time of the year to do the Muldai View Trek? The best time to do the Muldai View Trek is from March to May and from September and November, when the weather is generally dry and clear, offering excellent views of the mountains. Is it necessary to have a guide and a porter for the Muldai View Trek? While it is not mandatory to have a guide or a porter for the Muldai View Trek, it is highly recommended for safety reasons and to enhance your overall trekking experience. Guides have a deep understanding and appreciation for the culture and surroundings of the region. They can provide valuable insight into the history and significance of the places you visit, as well as point out interesting natural features and local flora and fauna that you may otherwise miss. Ultimately, they can help you make the most of your time on the Muldai View Trek and again a deeper understanding and appreciation for this beautiful part of the world. What type of accommodation is available during the Muldai View Trek? Basic teahouse accommodation is available along the Muldai View Trek, offering simple but comfortable lodging and meals. However in Pokhara, the hotels or guesthouses will be available with proper facilities and good meals too. What should I pack for the Muldai View Trek? Some essential items to pack for the Muldai View Trek include comfortable trekking shoes, warm clothing, a waterproof jacket, a hat and gloves, a sleeping bag, a water bottle, and a first aid kit. It is also recommended to bring sunscreen, sunglasses, and a camera to capture the stunning mountain views.