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Kokhe Danda is a hilltop situated at around 3303m altitude in the Annapurna Dhaulagiri region. It is the hill just next to Mohare Danda. This is also the highest point of Parbat district and a great viewpoint for the view of the Himalayas.
It provides panoramic views of the Dhaulagiri, Annapurna and Mansiri ranges along with three peaks above eight thousand meters, one in each mountain range. Apart from the snowcapped peaks, it is also the best viewpoint to see the layers of hills in the south and west direction. In addition, one can also see the valley of Pokhara and Phewa lake during clear weather.
There is a newly opened lodge just a couple of minutes below from tje viewpoint at top. The dining hall itself provides the view of Annapurna range.
Normal Five days itinerary to Kokhe Danda.
Day 1 : Drive from Pokhara to Kushma and explore a bit of city. Drive to Banau and then one hour hike to Haljure. Overnight at a Homestay.
Day 2: Trek to Lespar, one and a half hours walk, explore the village and one hour of gradual uphill to Sarga Camping and Homestay.
Day 3: Trek to Jaljala, two hours of uphill, mostly on stone steps. Followed by three hours hike to Kokhe Danda.
Day 4 : Trek down to Tikot village via Phulbari. A six and a half hours downhill hike with the first half consisting of downhill hike with a vuewtof Annapurna and Dhaulagiri followed by a dense rhododendron forest.
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