The Millennium Trek, also known as the Mid-hill Ridgeline Trek, lies in the south of Pokhara. This trek offers an opportunity to experience a local lifestyle, magnificent mountain views, villagers who open their doors and hearts to visitors in an area untouched by foreigners, and even domestic visitors.
The diverse landscape, including forests, ancient rice terraces, bird-watching opportunities, Millennium Cave with underground waterfalls, ancient temples, and historical forts (Kots) also adds another attraction to this trek.
An unusual trek, easily accessible from Pokhara and relatively easy can be undertaken by most age groups, with no altitude problems, and access roads from most of the trek in case of emergency. The length of the trek can be adjusted to suit time needs.
Millennium Trek is the best way to explore the Mid Hill people, culture, customs, and way of living. During trekking, we can explore a great view of the Himalayas. On a clear day during the Millennium trek, we can see the long range of the Himalayas varying from Kanjirowa in western Nepal to Ganesh Himal close to Langtang.
The Millennium trek is one of the best ways to experience Nepali culture. It is an action-packed, adventure-filled experience. This trek is citizen-based tourism. However, the route is untouched and unknown to foreigners and domestic visitors.
- Opportunity to experience a local lifestyle.
- Magnificent mountain views.
- The diverse landscape, forests, ancient rice terraces.
- Historical forts.
- Millennium cave with underground waterfalls
- Ancient temples