Ghorepani-Poon Hill Trek – Part 2

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The morning of day 4 before setting off for Ghandruk.

Day 4: Tadapani – Ghandruk

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While we had amazing views of the mountains we also spent some time walking in lush forests.
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We hiked in and out of rhododendron forests throughout the day but when we popped out this was our view! It was hard walking because I just wanted to stop and stare at the mountains.
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We ended our day in Ghandruk, a major settlement of the Gurung, an ethnic group of Nepal.
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Everyday we had dal bhat, a traditional meal, for lunch.
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We did a half day hike on day 4 so we arrived at our guest house in time for lunch. This was the view from the dining room.
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With a free afternoon we wondered around the village and had some fun dressing up in traditional clothes. 

Day 5: Ghandruk – Nayapul – Pokhara

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Leaving our guest house on the final day of trekking.
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Day five was a long day of hiking down through villages back to our starting point – Nayapul.
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After five full days of trekking we made it back to Nayapul for our pick-up back to Pokhara.
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Taking time to enjoy a cocktail on the lake once we made it back to Pokhara. Cheers!

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