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Ulleri

Nepal Travel Guide

Practical information on Ulleri

  • Encounters with locals
  • Viewpoint
  • Hiking / Trekking
  • Mountain
4 / 5 - 2 reviews
How to get there
5 hours' walk from Nayapul
When to go
From October to November and from February to May
Minimum stay
One day

Reviews of Ulleri

Gaelle Vincent Seasoned Traveller
17 written opinions

Ulleri, the second stopping place on the trek to the Annapurna Balcony, overlooks the valley and offers a magnificent view of the summits.

My suggestion:
I recommend that you arrive early in Ulleri so you can enjoy the superb sunset over the mountains.
My review

Arriving in the little stone village of Ulleri after the long climb from Nayapul is an unforgettable moment. The route from Ulleri to Nayapul is the first stage, and far from the shortest stage, of the trek to Annapurna Balcony. The route finishes with an interminable climb of 3,200 steps; my knees are still remembering it! But the view once you arrive is well worth the effort.

I recommend that you choose a guesthouse that offers hot showers. After the tough climb up the steps, it was so pleasant to recover properly and relax my muscles before continuing with the trek. On the terrace of my guesthouse, I was able to admire the sunset while warming myself up with a delicious infusion of lemon, ginger and honey, which you can find at each stopping place. I highly recommend it!

On my way to Ulleri, I saw one of the most beautiful views that I have seen so far during my stay in Nepal.

Gaelle Vincent Seasoned Traveller
17 written opinions

Ulleri, the second stopping place on the trek to the Annapurna Balcony, overlooks the valley and offers a magnificent view of the summits.

My suggestion:
I recommend that you arrive early in Ulleri so you can enjoy the superb sunset over the mountains.
My review

Arriving in the little stone village of Ulleri after the long climb from Nayapul is an unforgettable moment. The route from Ulleri to Nayapul is the first stage, and far from the shortest stage, of the trek to Annapurna Balcony. The route finishes with an interminable climb of 3,200 steps; my knees are still remembering it! But the view once you arrive is well worth the effort.

I recommend that you choose a guesthouse that offers hot showers. After the tough climb up the steps, it was so pleasant to recover properly and relax my muscles before continuing with the trek. On the terrace of my guesthouse, I was able to admire the sunset while warming myself up with a delicious infusion of lemon, ginger and honey, which you can find at each stopping place. I highly recommend it!

On my way to Ulleri, I saw one of the most beautiful views that I have seen so far during my stay in Nepal.

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