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THREE PEAKS OF ANNAPURNAS

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Another great option for a short trek in Annapurna region is the Three Peaks of Annapurna. As the name suggests, this trek offers you three beautiful viewpoints to take in the stunning Annapurna range. If you like getting off the beaten trail, but don't have much time and want to stay at lower altitudes, Three Peaks is for you. Starting with Mulde View Point on Day 5, moving on to Kopra Ridge on Day 6-7 and ending with Poon Hill on Day 8. The highest elevation on this trek is Kopra Ridge, at 3,640 meters. From these spectacular viewpoints you will see Annapurna South (7,219mtrs), Hiunchuli (6,441mtrs) as well as the sacred, and never climbed mountain Macchapuchre, or Fishtail in English (6,993mtrs). 

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Day 1   – Airport pick up and hotel transfer followed by welcome dinner later in the evening, staff          

                familiarization and trek briefing.

Day 2   – Shopping or city tour; get any last minute trekking gear you might need.

Day 3   – Fly to Pokhara and trek to Ghadruk (1,940 mtrs, 7 hrs) . 

Day 4   – Trek to Tadapani (2,600mtrs, 4 hrs). 

Day 5   – Trek to Dobato ( 3,500 mtrs, 4 hrs). 

 

 

Day 6   – Hike up to Mulde view point for sunrise and hike to Chistbung.

 

Day 7   – Trek to Kopra Ridge (3,640mtrs, 3 hrs). 


Day 8   – Wake up for the sunrise and hike to Ghorepani (2,860mtrs, 7 hrs).

Day 9   – Early morning hike to Poon Hill for last sunrise of the trek and back to Pokhara (800 mtrs, 6 hrs)

                Last night celebration and farewell to staff.

Day 10  – Fly back to Kathmandu.