Dhampus Sarangkot hiking takes to interesting Himalayas viewpoints in Dhampus, Sarangkot, and Naudanda as you know Mt. Fishtail (6993 m), Mt. Dhaulagiri (8167 m), Mt. Annapurna I (8091 m), Mt. LamjungHimal, Mt. Manaslu (8163 m) with Pokhara valley. Sarangkot translates old fort as being a prominent viewpoint for sunrise, close-up views of these snow-clad peaks, Pokhara valley, green hills.
Dhampus is not only a Mountain Viewpoint but also a small, ethnic Gurung village. A hike to Dhampus will give an opportunity to watch the daily lives of these villagers from mulching the buffaloes to their daily works on the farms. The journey to Dhampus village, one of the delights in Nepal, begins from Phedi village, a nearly 30-minute drive from the attractive lakeside of Pokhara valley. When we come out from the jungle to reach Dhampus, we will be able to wonder at the outstanding view of enormous Mt. Machhapuchhre. Commonly known as Fishtail Mountain (6991m) for peak resemble the figure of fish’s trail.