Glorious Himalaya

Himalayan Hidden Valley Trekking Trails

There are some places in Nepal which remain untouched for many years. The hidden valley is surrounded by the Boudha Himal and Himal chuli to the west, Ganesh Himal to the south & Sringi Himal to North. Since it is the remote because of which it is detached from the other regions, this sacred valley and its people are have not taste the mainstream of development for centuries. As a result, the unique culture of this valley has also remained fairly intact. The trials are spread with artistic chortens and lined with Mani walls made of thousands of stone slabs carved with drawings of deities and inscribed with prayers.

Dolpo Trekking

Dolpo is an ancient Tibetan kingdom located in the north east part of Nepal. It was only opened to trekkers in 1990. Dolpo region is the most remote and least developed district in Nepal. Only the few anthropologist and geographer had explores the region. It is one of the remote trekking in ancient Buddhist lands and it?s a journey into the kingdom of guru Rinpoche. Dolpo region situated between the Tibetan plateau and the Dhaulagiri Himalayan range is the highest inhabited land of Dolpo. This is the land full of rugged natural beauty. The trekking is suitable for that person who wants to understand the remoteness and exotic beauty of the nature. On the way to trekking you will get to see many gompas and villages and ethnic people. During this trek which will leave an unforgettable experience on you. The center of attraction is lovely Lake Phoksundo, famous forever changing color of its waters. Here are steps on to the edge of the Trans-Himalayan plateau that extends from Tibet down into Nepal. This is the region of some of Nepal’s most remarkable wildlife, including the blue sheep, the Serow and Snow Leopard. The snow Leopard and Himalayan pilgrimage have contributed to revealing the mystery and attraction of Dolpo.

Tsum Valley Trekking

Now let?s explore with us ?the hidden valley of happiness ?the sacred tsum valley in the Nepal Himalayas at the edge of Manaslu. Tsum Valley is one of world’s remotest Himalayan valleys which were also a restricted region. The Tsum valley has long history of Buddhism; the ancient remains of the Tsum Kingdom are still visible today. Due to its remoteness and detachment, from other region this sacred valley and its people could not develop for centuries. As a result, the unique culture of this valley has remained unharmed. The trials are strewn with artistic Chortens and lined with Mani walls made of thousands of stone slabs carved with drawings of deities and inscribed with prayers. People living there are still engaged in agriculture, grow barley and tend to their yaks. Opened for tourism only a few years ago, Tsum Valley offers authentic traditional culture plus breathtaking beauty and big mountain views. The valley is uniquely rich in wildlife, especially the Himalayan Thar and Blue Sheep which can be seen in herds of 50 to 200. Hunting, fishing is not permitted in the Tsum Valley. The valley also boasts some unique and historic monasteries, including Rachen Gumba and Mu Gumba, which lie on a pretty plateau lies in the lap of the valley, and Gumba Lungdang, situated at the base of a conical hill against the main slope of Ganesh Himal. Tsum is the great place to visit.

Dhaulagiri Trekking

The meaning of the Dhaulagiri is? the white mountain?. It is the seven highest mountains in the world, and is located in the north central Nepal. On the way to Dhaulagiri you will get to see terraced fields of millet and rhododendron forest, past Buddhist chortens and colorful villages which will refresh your mind. And the exotic Kaligandaki River world deepest gorge, which leads into the legendary hidden valley which is one of the Nepal?s wildest and the most remote regions. There are several awe-inspiring glaciers like Chhonbarden glacier. Not only that we will get the opportunity to see small villages, visit ancient temples, learn about the mountain Sherpa culture. It is an extremely rare opportunity to join an organized expedition to one of the least frequently climbed of the 8,000m peaks. On the way to Dhaulagiri you have to get through two passes on are French pass and the Dhampus pass. A hidden snow valley (after crossing French pass) gives you a heavenly test of white world. The Dhampus Pass between Tukuche peak and Thapa peak is another heaven in the trip.

Kanchenjunga Trekking

Kanchenjunga is the third highest mountain in the world. It is located on the border of Nepal and Sikkim. Mighty Kanchenjunga glacier is the most famous attraction of Kanchenjunga region. Great valleys, encircled by high peaks, are another feature of Kanchenjunga. This has been described by many people as the finest trekking route in Nepal. It is a long trek going deep into the remote mountain ranges. On the way to the trial you will get to see wide range of scenery from tropical forest. There lies a rhododendron, chestnut and oak forest and then at higher altitudes into the alpine zone. On the way to Kanchenjunga you will get to see a range of Nepalese culture and life style from rai and limbus to Tibetan Buddhist villages. The east of Nepal is more developed than the west, but the remoteness of this terrain, its rugged trails, scattered human habitation, and monsoonal downpours make for a perfectly challenging beginning to the Great Himalaya Trail. This trekking is suitable for those adventurers who want to explore the beauty of queen of mountains (Kanchenjunga).

Makalu Trekking

This is the world?s fifth highest peak in the world. This beautiful and impressive massive is situated just 14 miles east of Everest in the Khumbu region. Makalu is a close neighbor of Mt Everest, lying in the northeast region of Nepal. Makalu is a rarely visited gem many people tried to climb this massive mountain but they did not became successful, It is considered one of the toughest 8000m peaks to climb. Makalu is widely diverse in terms of flora and fauna there are 3000 species of flowering plants, 440 species of birds and 75 species of mammals. While on the way to the Makalu Base Camp, you will enjoy the views of the highest mountains such as Mt. Everest, Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Chamlang, Mt. Baruntse and other Himalayan mountains along with Makalu (8481m) itself. The Makalu region is known for its heavy rains and snow, so hiking is best done in the autumn months of October and November.

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