Baglungpani and Ghanpokhara Trek in Annapurna region is one of the less trekked short treks in Nepal. The deep valleys and high mountains encircling the giant Annapurna Himal in the north of this trail hold a wide range of locals and terrains, from subtropical jungle to a geographic extension of alpine zones, dry, Himalaya and the Tibetan Plateau. The scenery is superb mix of lush vegetation, mountain peaks and an endlessly changing procession of people.
This short Baglungpani Ghanpokhara trek in less frequently traveled area is newly trail introduced for those who like to trek in the off the beaten major trekking route. The beautiful villages of Baglungpani and Ghanpokhara lies towards the north west of Khudi at the top of the nearby hills. Ghalegaun and Ghanpokhara are mainly Gurung settlements nestled amidst mountains, rivers, streams, waterfalls and green forests. Accommodation is offered at community run home stays in Ghale gaun and Ghanpokhara and other villages. Visitors have a chance to have a closer look at Gurung lifestyle by staying in their homes, sharing their home – cooked food and interacting with them as family guests. Food offered here is wholesome and organic, usually rice, lentils, homemade buckwheat and millet bread, local vegetables and most served with Pa (local millet alcohol). Visitors go to their allocated home for meals and to rest. The home stay experience is complemented by cultural shows performed by community members on request of visitors. The special feature of this village is that the Himalayas can be seen from every home.