About Mohare Danda Trek
The Mohare Danda Trek is a newly introduced community eco-lodge trekking trail located to the south of Poon Hill in the Annapurna region initiated by the locals to support their economy through tourism. The Mohare Danda region is home to Nepal’s most famous social worker and innovator, Dr. Mahabir Pun.
Named after the 3313 meters high hill and a viewpoint, Mohare Danda, this easy 5-day trek provides an excellent view of the Dhaulagiri and Annapurna Massif and the authentic cultural experience of the Pun Magar communities. For the first 3 days, you will be walking the quiet trails through beautiful villages like Banskharka and Nangi where you will spend the night in lodges and teahouses operated by the local community. After spending a night in Mohare Danda, you’ll be back on the main trail of the Ghorepani and Poon Hill. Then the trail descends to Ulleri and then to Birethanti where the trek ends. The trek passes through orange farms, mixed forests of oak and rhododendron, terraced farmlands, and attractive villages of Pun Magar. One of the best parts of this trek is Mohare Danda (3313 M) from where you will have the panoramic view of Dhaulagiri and Annapurna Range. The sunset and the sunrise view over the Himalayas are mesmerizing.
Our 5-day Mohare Danda Trek Itinerary starts from Galeshwor which is a 3hours drive from Pokhara. The trek ends at Birethanti from where you’ll take a 2 hours ride to Pokhara. It is a short and easy trek suitable for family groups or for those who have a short amount of time. If it is too short and easy for you, you can add the Khopra Ridge or the Annapurna Base Camp to it. Just leave us a message and our experts will help you craft a perfect itinerary that ensures a top-notch experience with safety.