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Max. Elevation
4500 m / 14763 ft
Group size
Min 2 (Single Supplement $150)
Level
Moderate
Transportation
All ground transportation as per itinerary
Best Season
Sept, Oct, Nov, March, April, May
Starts at / Ends at
Kathmandu /
Accomodation
3*** Hotel in Kathmandu and Pokhara and Lodge / Tea House during the trek
Meals
Breakfast in Kathmandu & Pokhara and All meals during the trek
Trip Route

Highlights

  • An adventure away from the mainstream on the hidden scenic trails.
  • Enjoy the walk on high ridges of Mardi Himal to picturesque view-points.
  • Alluring panorama of Annapurna, Dhaulagiri and Manaslu Himalayas.
  • Lovely dense woodland of tall rhododendron, pines and oak tree lines.
  • Walk on least ventured path close to Machhapuchare Himal, Fish Tail.
  • Immersion in local culture and hospitality in traditional Gurung villages.
  • Enjoying panoramic sunrise and sunset vistas over the Himalayas.

Overview

Himalayan Forever Treks present an exclusive adventure ‘Mardi Himal View Point Trekking’, on the hidden trails of the Annapurna Himalaya range. 
The trail was first explored in the early 1960’s by Mike Cheney, and Jimmy Edward, who named this beautiful spot as ‘Other Sanctuary’. Due to its proximity from the original Annapurna Sanctuary towards the west, bounded by a deep gorge of Modi River. In the past years, it was just a grazing pasture and local hunter trails, but as the year passed on. 

The trek to Mardi Himal is slowly gaining popularity, due to its pristine high and scenic location. The trail also leads away from the mainstream trail and far from villages and human settlements, in the complete mountain wilderness.  

Truly a fabulous country walks enclosed by a dense green forest of tall rhododendron, pines, and oaks trees. As the trek progresses heading higher towards exposed ridges reaching Mardi Himal View-Point, stand in front of towering Machhapuchare Himal. Overlooking close views of Mardi Himal, and the famous Fish-Tail peak that dominates the southern hills of Annapurna Himalayas.

An ever-exciting short adventure of a week duration, suitable for all people where altitude rises at a slow pace. By the time reaching the main highlights, where all get acclimatized and feel in high spirits. Being on the highest spot at Mardi Himal View Point 4,500 m / 14,850 feet high.

Mardi Himal is one of the smaller trekking peaks in Nepal at 5,587 m and 18,330 feet. Climbers and trekkers often visit for the climb of Mardi Himal, which is a broken flank of Southern Machhapuchare Himal. The mountain towers high above Mardi Himal View-Point at 6,993 m / 22,943 feet. The twin summits of Machhapuchare Himal the shape appears like a fishtail, hence the name as 
Fish Tail. Mardi Himal View Point Trekking, is certainly an enjoyable and scenic country walks that starts and ends at the beautiful city of Pokhara. Involves short exciting drives both ways before and after completing the great adventurous treks.

A marvelous walk perfect adventure for trekkers, and adventurers in search of well-hidden and off-the-beaten tracks to venture.

Mardi Himal Trek – A Perfect Adventure for Both Beginners and Experienced Trekkers

The Mardi Himal Trek stands as an inclusive adventure, catering to both beginners and seasoned trekkers alike. Whether you are taking your first steps into the world of trekking or seeking a new challenge, Mardi Himal welcomes you with diverse landscapes, panoramic views, and a trail that adapts to every trekker's pace.

Why Mardi Himal Trek is Famous?

The Mardi Himal Trek has gained significant fame for several compelling reasons, making it a highly sought-after destination for travelers and trekkers alike. Its popularity extends beyond international tourists, with even Nepalese locals finding themselves drawn to its allure. Here's why this trek has become so renowned:

Stunning Mountain Scenery: One of the primary draws of the Mardi Himal Trek is the breathtaking mountain vistas it offers. Trekkers are treated to panoramic views of majestic peaks, including the iconic Annapurna range and the towering Machapuchare (Fishtail) peak. The sight of these snow-capped giants against the backdrop of clear blue skies is nothing short of mesmerizing.

Short Distance: Despite its spectacular views, the Mardi Himal Trek is relatively short compared to other treks in the region. With proper planning, trekkers can complete the entire journey in less than a week. This makes it an ideal choice for those with limited time or seeking a quick getaway from their daily routine.

Tranquil Forest Trails: The trail to Mardi Himal winds through lush green forests, providing trekkers with a serene and peaceful environment. The verdant foliage, accompanied by the soothing sounds of nature, offers a welcome escape from the hustle and bustle of city life. Many trekkers find solace in the tranquility of the forested paths.

Respite for Urban Dwellers: For city dwellers craving a break from the chaos of urban living, the Mardi Himal Trek offers the perfect retreat. The serene surroundings and fresh mountain air provide a much-needed respite, rejuvenating both body and mind. It's a chance to disconnect from technology and reconnect with nature.

Mini-Mountaineering Experience: While the Mardi Himal Trek is accessible to trekkers of varying skill levels, it still offers a taste of the mountaineering experience. Trekkers navigate diverse terrain, including steep ascents and rocky paths, providing a thrilling adventure without the need for technical climbing skills.

Mardi Trek Difficulty

The Mardi Trek strikes a moderate balance on the difficulty scale, making it accessible to a wide range of trekkers. The trail involves some steep ascents and descents, providing a taste of adventure without overwhelming those new to trekking. With proper preparation and a steady pace, trekkers can conquer the Mardi Himal route with confidence.

Accommodation and Food During the Trek

Accommodations along the Mardi Himal Trek offer a comfortable haven for trekkers. From cozy teahouses in charming villages to lodges with basic amenities, the trail ensures a pleasant stay. The local cuisine adds to the experience, providing trekkers with a taste of authentic Nepalese dishes, fueling them for the journey ahead.

What is the Best Time For Mardi Himal Trek?

The best time for the Mardi Himal Trek is during the pre-monsoon (spring) and post-monsoon (autumn) seasons. These periods ensure stable weather, clear skies, and optimal trekking conditions. Spring unveils vibrant rhododendron blooms, while autumn offers crystal-clear views of the surrounding peaks, making both seasons ideal for this Himalayan adventure.

How Long is Mardi Himal Trek?

The Mardi Himal Trek typically takes around 7 to 10 days to complete, depending on the chosen itinerary and trekker's pace. The journey covers approximately 64 kilometers, allowing trekkers to immerse themselves in the diverse landscapes and savor the beauty of the Mardi Himal region.

Mardi Himal or Poon Hill Trek?

The decision between Mardi Himal and Poon Hill Trek depends on personal preferences. Mardi Himal offers a quieter, less-traveled path with closer views of the Annapurna range. In contrast, Poon Hill, while more popular, provides a panoramic spectacle of the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri ranges. Both treks promise unique experiences, catering to different tastes.

How Safe is Mardi Himal Trek?

Mardi Himal Trek is considered a safe and secure adventure. The trail is well-established, and local communities are welcoming to trekkers. However, like any outdoor activity, caution and adherence to safety guidelines are essential. Trekkers are advised to trek with reputable agencies, stay informed about weather conditions, and prioritize personal safety.

The Mardi Himal Trek beckons with its versatility, welcoming trekkers of all levels to a captivating journey through the heart of the Annapurna region. Whether you seek serene landscapes, panoramic views, or a moderate challenge, Mardi Himal promises an unforgettable adventure in the lap of the Himalayas.

Important Note

Mode of Trekking: Best available Lodges and Guest-Houses on treks.
Trekking Grade: Moderate to Adventurous walks.
Area of Trekking: Nepal North Mid-West, around Annapurna region.
Highest points: On top Mardi Himal View-Point 4,500 m / 14,850 feet.
People and culture: Populated by Gurung tribes follows Buddhism religion and age-old cultural heritage.
Trekking duration: 06 Nights and 07 Days (from Pokhara to Pokhara).
Total Trip: 11 Nights & 12 Days from arrival to final departures.
Best Seasons: Nearly months of the year, except for monsoon wet months of mid-June to mid-September. The best seasons are spring and autumn / fall, the spring time begins from March to May and autumn from September to November.
Interested people can enjoy the trek during winter times of Christmas and New Year Holidays, however much cold temperatures. But most days are bright and clear with sunshine, short daylight hours during autumn and winter times.

Trip Itinerary

On arrival at Kathmandu, Nepal International Airport our guide and staff will meet you with traditional welcome. After knowing the staff of Himalayan Forever Treks, a short drive to your hotels. Located in the heart of a city within an exciting Thamel area, an interesting place where most good hotels and restaurants situated. Reaching at the hotel, check your lovely rooms, after getting refreshed join in for group briefing. Provided by your guide or Group Leader, offers useful and important information of the trek, hotels and local lodge. 

Max. altitude

1,320m / 4,331 ft.

Accommodation

Hotel

Meals

Welcome Dinner

Morning after breakfast, our city and cultural guide receives you at the hotel for exciting tour. The drive leads in the heart of Kathmandu city, where interesting historical Durbar Square / Palace Courtyard located. The right spot to observe Nepalese cultures. Tour of ancient monuments listed in UNESCO World Heritage Sites, next tour takes you to old Swyambhunath Stupa of more than 2,600 years history.  A Buddhist monument situated on a hillock west of Kathmandu city outskirt, the famous landmark of the country.

Kathmandu Durbar Square:

Located at the heart of the city, Kathmandu Durbar Square serves as a living museum of Nepal's royal history. Surrounded by ancient palaces, courtyards, and temples, the square boasts a captivating blend of Malla and Shah architecture. The Hanuman Dhoka Palace, with its intricately carved wooden windows and doors, stands as a testament to the city's regal past.

The Kumari Ghar, an integral part of the square, is the residence of the Kumari, a young living goddess revered by locals. Visitors may catch a glimpse of her during scheduled appearances, adding an air of mystique to the historical ambiance. The square's narrow alleys are lined with hidden courtyards, shrines, and bustling vendors, creating a vibrant atmosphere that reflects the cultural richness of Kathmandu.

Pashupati Nath:

A short distance from the city center lies Pashupati Nath, a revered Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Shiva. Situated on the banks of the Bagmati River, the temple complex exudes spirituality and tranquility. The main temple, adorned with intricate wood carvings and golden spires, attracts pilgrims and tourists alike.

The eastern bank of the Bagmati River provides a vantage point for observing the religious rituals and ceremonies performed by devotees. The site is also home to wandering sadhus, adding to the spiritual aura. Pashupati Nath not only serves as a religious center but also showcases Nepal's architectural heritage through ancient statues, shrines, and ghats along the river.

Boudha:

Heading northeast, the journey culminates at Boudha, home to the majestic Boudha Stupa. This UNESCO World Heritage Site stands as a profound symbol of Buddhism. The colossal white dome, adorned with the Buddha's all-seeing eyes, creates a serene and contemplative atmosphere.

Surrounding the stupa is a bustling market where vendors offer an array of Tibetan artifacts, prayer flags, and traditional handicrafts. The rhythmic chants of prayers, the spinning of prayer wheels, and the fluttering of colorful flags contribute to the spiritual ambiance. Pilgrims circumambulate the stupa, engaging in prayer and ritual, while nearby monasteries house monks immersed in their daily practices.

As the day progresses, the stupa is illuminated, casting a peaceful glow that enhances the spiritual experience. Boudha encapsulates the essence of Buddhist culture and serves as a haven for those seeking a connection to Nepal's spiritual roots.

From here back to hotel, afternoon at leisure and preparation for the trek to Mardi Himal.

Max. altitude

1,320m / 4,331 ft.

Accommodation

Hotel

Meals

Breakfast

An exciting morning and interesting day, transfer to a private coach or in a regular Tourist Bus for Pokhara. 

Traveling overland is interesting to observe the country’s rural farm life, as the drive leads beyond Kathmandu valley. Facing views of snow peaks along the drive, as the drive reach low warm farm villages and towns. The main highway follows Trisuli River for few hours, then heads west with great views of Manaslu and Annapurna Himalayas. Then finally ending the journey at beautiful city of Pokhara where all good hotels located by the serene Phewa lake side. 

(Options by air to Pokhara from Kathmandu a short half hour flight)

Max. altitude

860m / 2,822 ft.

Accommodation

Hotel

Meals

BLD

Morning enjoy the views of Annapurna Himalayas while enjoying breakfast.

Depart from the hotel for a short interesting drive beyond Pokhara city and the

Valley. Drive leads on a nice Baglung and Pokhara Highway, heading up to Nau-Danda, facing grand views of Annapurna Himalayan peaks.

Then heading higher reaching Kande village, located on a road-side, after the drive the trek starts. The climb leads into cool forest to a wide grassy field atAustralian Camp, also called Thulo Kharka. A lovely scenic spot with excellent views of Annapurna, Manaslu Himalayas with Mt. Dhaulagiri and towering Machhapuchare Himal. After a short refreshing break down to join the main trail of Dhampus and Potana villages. A short climb brings you to Potana for overnight halt in the comfort of nice lodge, overlooking views of towering Machhapuchare Himal.

Max. altitude

1,900m / 6,234 ft.

Accommodation

Lodge

Meals

Breakfast

From Potana enjoy the morning grand views of snow-capped peaks, having breakfast. Adventure starts, heading into cool shade of dense forest as climb continues to a high ridge of Pritam Deurali. A lovely view-point facing Mt. Dhaulagiri with peaks of Annapurna Himalayan range.

After a good short rest, our route diverts leaving the main trail heading north towards high Mardi Himal. Walk follows a steep up through dense tree lines of rhododendron, magnolia, oaks and pines. As walk continues reaching our overnight destination at Forest Camp. A small settlement with few simple lodges to cater the trekkers, situated amidst lovely forest surrounding.

Max. altitude

2,520m / 8,268 ft.

Accommodation

Lodge

Meals

Breakfast

After a pleasant overnight within tranquil environment at Forest Camp, morning walk leads to a steep up. From here following a high ridge path through dense woodland, facing occasional views of snow-capped peaks.

After hours of good hike reaching a nice small open field at Low Camp, also called Badal Camp. As this area is covered in thick mist during the afternoon time, a pleasant place for overnight stop. The Low camp with few small lodges, but neat and tidy rooms for comfort.

Max. altitude

2,970m / 9,744 ft.

Accommodation

Lodge

Meals

BLD

Morning from Low Camp, following the high route towards Mardi High Camp, the climb follows along the ridge line. As walk continues the tall trees and dense vegetation, slowly gives away for short alpine bushes.

After hours of climb then finally ends the day trek reaching an open and exposed ridge, where High Camp is situated for overnight stop.

Max. altitude

3,700m / 12,139 ft.

Accommodation

Camp

Meals

BLD

Today’s hike leads towards our main goal and highlights to Mardi View-Point, as well the highest spot of the adventure. Start the morning quite earlier for a long day walk to our major destination and back down to Low-Camp.

The trek follows a high trail on a narrow ridge path, quite a steep haul for few hours; until a small plateau is reached. Where Mardi Himal View-Point located close beneath the staggering peaks of Machhapuchare and Mardi Himal.

From the View-Point and the highest place of the trek, enjoy stunning panorama of Annapurna Himalayan range of peaks. An amazing spot facing Jaw-

Dropping scenery of rolling green hills with alluring snow-capped mountains. After a glorious morning views and exciting moments, return walk down to High Camp, having a short refreshing break. The walk continues downhill back into Dense woodland reaching Low Camp for last overnight on the high hills of Mardi Himal.

Max. altitude

4,500m / 14,764 ft.

Accommodation

Lodge

Meals

BLD

Today, the last day of trekking, enjoy the morning and afternoon heading downhill to the foot of Mardi Himal hill. The trail leads through thick vegetation and tree lines, following the faint trail past meadows and grazing fields.

One of the longest day walk of the journey, on leaving the High Camp heading down towards Low Camp. From here taking an alternative route downhill all the way to the bottom of Mardi Himal high hills. Where the temperatures gets much warmer on reaching the low farm land at Siding village for last overnight stop before Pokhara.

Max. altitude

1,750m / 5,741 ft.

Accommodation

Lodge

Meals

BLD

Enjoy the morning overlooking views of beautiful surrounding hills and Snow Peaks. After a pleasant overnight stop at Siding farm village, a short interesting drive follows the Mardi River to Mardipul village. As drive continues past the Hyanja village reaching Pokhara old city area, and then back to your hotel. Afternoon free at leisure for individual activities before dinner, enjoy the last day around exciting and scenic Pokhara.

Max. altitude

860m / 2,822 ft.

Accommodation

Hotel

Meals

BLD

Depart from the hotel at Pokhara, for interesting overland journey back to Kathmandu on the same scenic highway. On reaching the hotel in Kathmandu by late afternoon, rest of day free for individual activities and shopping souvenirs. 

(Option for short flight of half hour to Kathmandu from Pokhara)

Max. altitude

1,320m / 4,331 ft.

Accommodation

Hotel

Meals

BLD

Last day in Nepal and at Kathmandu, get ready for final departure as per your international flight time. Himalayan Forever Trek guide and staff transfer you to the airport. Bidding farewell to the guide and staff as you depart for homeward bound flight, after a wonderful experience and adventure on Mardi Himal View-Point Trekking.

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Includes

  • All arrival and departure transportation from the airport to hotel and vice versa
  • 3*** (Three Star Category) Hotel in Kathmandu and at Pokhara on Bed / Breakfast basis. (To upgrade the hotel standard at extra cost).
  • Guided sightseeing tour in Kathmandu.
  • All applicable trekking permits TIMS (Trekking Information Management Systems) including ACAP fees (Annapurna Conservation Area Project).
  • Deluxe Tourist Bus for the overland journey to Pokhara and back to Kathmandu
  • Full board on trekking staying in best available lodge includes breakfast, lunch and dinner with afternoon refreshment tea / coffee.
  • Service of guide, porters includes daily wages, meals, accommodation, transportation allowance and medical insurance only for field staff / porter.
  • Welcome or farewell group dinner, with briefing regarding the treks.
  • Comprehensive medical kit carried by our guide throughout the trek.
  • Local transportation in Pokhara before and after the trek.

Doesn't Include

  • Nepal Visa, Medical / Travel Insurance.
  • Meals in Kathmandu / Pokhara, expenses of personal nature like laundry etc.      
  • Emergency Evacuation if required by any means of transportation and Helicopter Service.
  • Personal trek gear, sleeping bags, duvet / down jackets, kit / duffel bags.     
  • Extra snacks and other refreshment, including drinking water at own expenses.
  • Domestic air fare Kathmandu / Pokhara / Kathmandu if not included in the itinerary and trip cost at extra cost.
  • Early return from the trek due to personal reason or sickness, the client have to bear extra expenses oneself. (To be claimed from your insurance).
  • Personal Medical Kit, as per your doctor advice.
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Amazing trip

The whole experience was smooth from pick up to drop off at the hotel. The guide is a very friendly and great guide with a very upbeat happy attitude. I loved my experience with Himalayan Forever and recommend every trekkers to chose this agency for a wonderful trip.

Nabin
Nabin
Nepal

Thankyou Himalayan Forever, the best trekking agency!

I just finished the Mardi Himal Trek with Himalayan Forever Treks, and it was an absolutely unforgettable experience. I had the time of my life. It was breathtaking to see the mountains and climb through the majestic hills. And the owner of this company was also kind, pleasant, helpful, and cheerful. I urge everyone who is considering traveling to Nepal to trek through the Himalayan Forever. You won't regret your decision!

Anuj
Anuj
Nepal

Serenity Found in the Himalayan Hideaway

The Mardi Himal Trek was a journey to serenity. The pristine landscapes, the intimate views of the Himalayan peaks, and the off-the-beaten-path experience made every moment a revelation. A hidden gem in the heart of the Himalayas.

J
Janet

Summiting Solitude and Panoramic Vistas

Ascending to Mardi Summit felt like stepping into a dream. The solitude of the trail, the panoramic vistas of Annapurna and Machapuchare, and the untouched beauty of Mardi Himal created an idyllic trekking experience.

K
Katharine

Ethereal Landscapes and Alpine Adventures

Exploring the ethereal landscapes of Mardi was like entering a fantasy realm. From lush rhododendron forests to the high alpine meadows, every turn revealed a new facet of natural beauty. Mardi Himal is a trek for those seeking enchantment.

N
Norma

Blissful Isolation and Mountain Majesty

Mardi Himal Trek offered a blissful escape from the crowds. The isolated trails, the closeness to nature, and the majestic presence of Mardi Himal itself made this trek a perfect sojourn for those craving tranquility in the mountains.

V
Vivien

Adventure Unveiled in Mardi's Shadows

Reaching the apex of Mardi was an adventure like no other. The challenge of the trail, the thrill of the ascent, and the breathtaking views from the summit made this trek a standout in the realm of Himalayan adventures.

C
Clark
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Frequently Asked Questions

In the early days from 1960’ to 1980’s it was least visited to Mardi Himal, except for some few trekkers climbing the Mardi Himal. The main reason only few companies organized the trek to Mardi Himal, which was a camping trip.

As there were no lodges available, but from last decades as the influx of trekkers increased, where lodges and guest houses has been built. The trek to Mardi Himal is gaining more popular from last few years.

The trek overall is not too tough or difficult, the trail is well defined having several nice lodges and settlements. The only hardest day is steep climb to Mardi Himal View-Point and back to Low Camp. Due to the length of a walk covering long distances. But taking slowly and having rest will overcome the tough and long day of trekking.

Mardi Himal is the main highlight of the trip, located on a high ridge at 4,500 m / 14,850 feet. As for Mardi Himal is also a trekking peaks, listed in NMA (Nepal Mountaineering Association) which is at above 5,587 m and 18,330 feet high.

Around Annapurna Himalayan and the villages, including smaller settlements have hydroelectricity or solar power. Trekkers can charge electronic items on paying a small fee for charging each gadgets as per hour basis, the price differs from one place to another. However, the internet and Wi-Fi are not clear with disturbance, due to the location hidden by high hills and mountains. As well the weather plays an important role also to receive clear internet and Wi-Fi lines.

Annapurna region is a famous and popular trekking destination, where every villages, offers best lodge accommodation. Provides comprehensive food menu to choose from, with options for overnight accommodations from budget, moderate to standard rooms. 

But from Potana village onwards till Pokhara, the lodges are very simple and basic, however provides clean and cozy rooms. Most places with common bathe and toilets. 

Foods are served in a large warm dining room, the foods served as per the menu from Continental, Chinese, Indian, Tibetan and Nepali. Some lodge restaurants also serves fresh homemade bakeries products.

The most famous and popular is Nepali Dal / Bhat (boiled or steam rice, served with various lentil soups, vegetable or meat mild curry, includes pickles of choice).

The Mardi Himal Trek is a relatively short and less crowded trek in the Annapurna region of Nepal. It offers stunning views of the Annapurna and Machapuchare (Fishtail) mountains.

The trek typically takes around 5-7 days, depending on the chosen route, acclimatization days, and individual trekker's pace.

The best times are spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November) when the weather is favorable, and the views are clear.

Yes, trekkers need permits, including the Annapurna Conservation Area Permit (ACAP) and the TIMS (Trekkers’ Information Management System) card.

Both options are possible. The trail is well-marked, making independent trekking feasible. However, hiring a guide and/or porter can enhance the experience and provide assistance.

The trek passes through traditional villages, allowing trekkers to experience local culture and interact with Gurung and Magar communities.

Yes, it's strongly recommended to have travel insurance that covers trekking at high altitudes and emergency evacuations.

Focus on cardiovascular fitness, endurance, and leg strength. A gradual acclimatization process is essential, and proper trekking gear is necessary.

The trek can be customized, and side trips to places like Siding village and Forest Camp can be included for a more extended adventure.

Follow Leave No Trace principles, respect local customs, and dispose of waste responsibly. Carry a reusable water bottle and minimize the use of single-use plastics.

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