Trekking Trail Nepal HOT SPRING TREK is the comparatively easy walking trekking in the foothill of the Himalayas in Nepal. Hot Spring Trekking trail reaches the maximum height of 3210m for viewpoint only with 2 Hot Spring in 14 days Trek.
In addition, this Hot Spring Trek combines two natural hot spring spots. This trek of 2 Hot Spring package in such manner that you can enjoy one natural spring pool before start trekking up to Poon Hill. Furthermore, another Hot Spring Poon you experience on day 9 along the side of the river coming down from Annapurna Base Camp. Even more, on the side of Annapurna Base Camp Trekking Trail.
Not limit to this, Hot Spring Trekking combines two major Gurung village Ghorepani 2860 m. and Ghandrung 2100 m, two best and best panoramic viewpoints at Poon Hill 3,210 m and Dhampus 1,500 m From here you can enjoy more than 32 peaks of three Himalayan ranges: Dhaulagiri, Annapurna, and Manaslu, including Dhaulagiri and Annapurna I, peaks above 8,000 m In conclusion you will see more than 32 peaks from Annapurna, Dhaulagiri, and Manaslu Himalayan range.
HOT SPRING TREK ROUTE
The trekking trail of Hot Spring Trek combines beautiful rural landscape, dense Rhododendron woodland forest, driving along the worlds deepest Gorge and crossing 3 of highest and longest Suspension bridges of Nepal, which are over 117 m high and 335 m long on day 4 in Kusma. Hot Spring Trek will provide you with Kathmandu Valley culture and Pokhara natural beauty with the mighty Himalayas, along with the Rural Nepalese culture and tradition.
Join Hot Spring Trekking this winter with Trekking Trail Nepal and experience the warm adventure holidays with Natural Hot Spring, View Points for the Himalayas. This 14 days Hot Spring Trek is beautifully crafted to experience Natural Nepal at its best that makes your winter away.
Highlights of Hot Spring Trek
- Combines the major tourist destinations of Nepal; Kathmandu and Pokhara.
- Two natural hot spring pools in Tatopani and Jhinu Danda.
- Spectacular views of Himalayas with Gurung culture.
- Easily accesible view points at Poon Hill and Dhumphus.
- Thrilling crossing of Nepals two highest and longest suspension bridges.