Tsum Valley Trekking

Tsum Valley Trekking

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Tsum Valley trek is one of the most anticipated and recently opened trekking routes in Nepal. Annually a lot of visitors come to visit the Tsum Valley trek for its beautiful landscapes. Similarly, a lot of visitors come here to visit to get the ultimate trekking experience in Nepal. Not only the native visitors but also the foreign visitors come here to visit the Tsum Valley Trek. Likewise, when one is doing the Tsum Valley trek he/she will get a chance to explore the ruler and remote areas of the region. Most importantly, the Tsum Valley trek lies under stunning mountains such as Manaslu and Ganesh with adds to its beauty.

Furthermore, there are over 4000 people living in this valley with their family members. From a tribal group called “Tsumbas”. Moreover, these people living in the region have their own set of cultures and traditions. Therefore, when one is traveling here he/she will get to experience the local culture and tradition of the place. During this valley tour, one will see different stone carving with different deities in them. Also, different decorated flags add to the valley’s beauty.

Moreover, the Tsum valley used to be a confined zone in the Nepal and Tibet outskirts until 2008. This area was completely occupied by Tibetans who arrived hundreds of years ago. The trek is enthralling and screams the potential of Manaslu, the world’s eighth highest mountain. Another landmark of the area is the overwhelming Larke La Pass. Trekkers who want to continue their experience can do so now.

The Tsum Valley trekking adventure follows the Manaslu Trekking trail’s footprints. This is a popular Himalayan old-fashioned valley in Gorkha’s northern region. Locals live a simple life that is honest to goodness. Tsum Valley’s magnificent community has been steadfastly set up with techniques for dressing and customs. This is one of the fully fledged trips that require a leap of faith.

The Tibetans, who live a traditional lifestyle and are highly friendly, make up the majority of the population in this area. The Ganesh Himal, Himalchuli, and Boudha Himal mountains may all be seen from the trek path. Tsum Valley Trek is less well-known than other trekking areas, yet its solitude and remoteness make it a pleasure for trekkers. The trek is rated as moderately challenging, so anyone in good physical shape can participate. This hike is best done from September to December and March to May.

Locals in Tsum Valley Trekking have established notable religious networks. The clans in this area observed Buddhist festivals where people consumed juniper berries to purify the air and made requests for the fulfillment of live animals. This unique culture can’t be found anywhere else. Pirren Phu, Rachen Nunnery, Mu Monastery, and Gompa Lungdang Nunnery are all well-known Buddhist pilgrimage sites. Cumling, Chhule, Chhekamparo, and Nyile are creating a legendary walking adventure. Rigging you up to take a warm-hearted stroll around the lovely enterprise genuinely made for Trexmount Ventures clientele. You will travel back to Soti Khola after exploring the secluded Tsum valley. Trexmount Ventures Crew will return to Dhading Besi and Kathmandu after a tough road trip.



Arrive Kathmandu (1,310 m-4,297 ft):

Our Airport Rep. will meet you in the in the Airport And Transfer into the Hotel. Our tour leader will hold the pre-departure meeting in the Hotel or at our Head office. The briefing will be cover whole itinerary and collection ofDocuments (such as copy of your passport, Travel insurance, 2 each Passport size photos and onward flight tickets to reconfirm). ( Meals:B)



Guided city tour & Trek Preparation: Explore Kathmandu’s rich and diverse culture, including the Boudhanath Stupa, Pashupatinath, Swayambunath (Monkey Temple) and Patan Durbar Square.


Arughat (640 m-2,099 ft) approx-7 hrs drive.

Breakfast in the Hotel & drive from Kathmandu by Jeep to Arughat via Dhadingbesi, headquarter of the Dhading district. The dirt & narrow road starts from Dhadingbesi. It has awesome scenic views of greenery hills, country habitats, rivers & flat farm land of Salantar before we reach Arughat. Arughat is a beautiful town in the region at the lap of Budi gandaki river which is divided the town in two parts. (Meals:B,L,D)


Soti Khola (730m-2,395ft): Approx- 5 hrs.

We begin our trek from here & follow the valley of Budhi Gandaki river. Start the hike with stone-paved street & flat trail route. We pass through the hydro- electric power plant, harvesting fields of rice and millet; we also need to walk through mini forests before reaching at Shanti Bazar. We cross the Arkhet Khola on a suspension bridge, passing the mini market of Arkhet Bazar. Pass through the cascading waterfall ascends up to the ridge of Kuerepani before descends to Soti Khola. (Meals:B,L,D)


Maccha Khola (890 m-2,919 ft): Approx- 6 hrs.

Trek starts after the breakfast & walk through the forests, then climb onto a ridge above huge rapids on the Budhi Gandaki. We follow the rocky trail with its way up and down, past two beautiful waterfalls before we reach Labubesi at nice settlement of Gurung Village. A Gentle Climb & descends will brings to Machha Khola village. (Meals:B,L,D)


Jagat (2,360 m-7,742 ft): Approx- 6 hrs.

We follow the narrow trail & reach Tharo Khola, flowing in a rocky ravine, then we reach Khorlabesi. We have a gentle ascent & then descend before we reach Tatopani (Hot Spring). We climb over a ridge and cross the Budhi Gandaki river on a suspension bridge. A short Climb will bring us to Dobhan. We start ascending & reach at Yaru Khola. Crossing a bridge of  Yaru Khola and we climb the stone stairs before we drop to the river. A short climb will take us to Tharo Bharyang. Cross to the west bank of the Budhi Gandaki and trek along the river before we climb towards the Jagat Village. (Meals:B,L,D)


Chisopani (1,660 m-5,446 ft): Approx- 4 hrs.

We go through the Permit check point & climb to the village Salleri from where we descend to Sirdibas. We start climbing to Ghatta Khola. Continue upstream to a long simple hanging bridge and get to a large Gurung village Philim which is well known for Japanese made school and police station. We walk through the small forest with the views of the narrowing valley and  reach Chisopani. (Meals:B,L,D)


Chumling (2,398 m-7,867 ft): Approx- 6 hrs.

We walk to the Ekle Bhatti cross the gorge and waterfall before we get into beautiful pine tree forests and descend down to the trail that separate the trail of Manaslu trail & Tsum Valley. It is an beautiful walking day through the pine and rhododendron forests including the awesome view of  Himalchuli and Boudha Himal from Lokpa. It is nice small beautiful village. We descend to Lungwa khola and climb two hours to reach Gumlung. We will cross the Siyar Khola before reaching Chumling and Visit Chumling gompa, and village. (Meals:B,L,D)


Chokhangparo (3,020 m-9,908 ft): Approx- 4 hours.

This is beautiful hiking day you can enjoy the view of great Himalayan range of Ganesh Himal & Himalchuli. Hike through the Rainjam to Serpu Khola and cross a bridge before arriving at the Gho Village.  From here ascend approx. 2 hours to the village of Chhokangparo. (Meals:B,L,D)


Nile (3,370 m-11,056 ft): Approx- 5 hrs.

Start Climbing & get to the Lamagaon crossing the bridge to reach Rachen Gompa & have a short look around. Hike to Shiar Khola and trek continue to Lar & pass through the micro hydro power station as well. Continue walking to Chhule which has an old historic Stupa of Buddha, then a gentle climb to Nile. (Meals:B,L,D)


Mu Gompa (3,715 m-12,188 ft): Approx- 3 hrs.

Start walking very near to the Tibetan border. A short climb will bring you to Mu Gompa. (Meals:B,L,D)


Mu Gompa, Day Rest & Hiking around to visit Monastery.

Today is an easy day & exploring around Mu Gompa region. Mu Gompa is the largest monastery in the area. This Mu Gompa lies at the highest point of the village and at remote part of the Tsum Valley. There are few more options to explore you can set with our guide & decide with situation after visiting this monastery. (Meals:B,L,D)


Burgi Village (3,260m-10,696ft) via Milarepa cave: Approx. 5 hrs.

hiking back to  Chhule and Phurbe, on the east bank of the Shiar Khola. Climb up to the Milarepa’s Cave and see the great view of Poshyop Glacier, Kipu Himal and Churke himal. After this all we will walk back to the Tiny beautiful village Burgi. (Meals:B,L,D)


Chumling (2,398m-7,867ft): Approx. 6 hrs.

Trek continue & back to Chumling (Meals:B,L,D)


Philim (1,570 m-5,150 ft) Approx- 6 hrs.

Coming back to Philim. (Meals:B,L,D)


Khorlabesi (990 m-3,248ft): Approx- 6 hrs.

We continue trek back to Khorlabesi via Jagat and Tatopani. (Meals:B,L,D)


Khorlabesi to Soti Khola (730 m-2,395 ft): Approx- 5 hrs.

We continue trek back to Soti Khola(Meals:B,L,D)


Soti Khola to Arughat to Kathmandu (640 m-2,099 ft).

It is going to be long day today, We trek back to Arughat that will approx. takes 4 hours & Drive approx 7 hours to through the same road to Kathmandu (Meals:B,L,D)


Rest day in kathmandu for shopping & refreshing from the trek. (B)

Rest day in kathmandu for shopping & refreshing from the trek. (Meals:B)



Breakfast, transfer to the Airport for departure flight back home. Goodbye & Happy Journey.


What is Included?

  • Airport / Hotel / Airport pick up & drop off by car.
  • All accommodations (Twin Share)
  • Meals: 18 Breakfasts, 16 Lunches, 16 Dinners with cup of Tea, coffee in each meals
  • An experience Guide (trained by Ministry of tourism), cook, required number of porters, their food, accommodation, salary, insurance, equipments.
  • All private Ground transportation from Kathmandu to Aarughat and Back to Kathmandu.
  • Trekking equipment (two men tent, dining tent, kitchen tent, Table with chairs, kitchen utensils, Down sleeping bag / Jackets, walking sticks, and other necessary equipments during the trek).
  • All taxes & Service Charge.
  • Award Certificate of Trip Completion

Whats not Included

  • Lunch and Dinner in Kathmandu and pokhara.
  • Single Supplement for single using rooms
  • Visas.
  • Inoculations and personal insurance.
  • Cold drinks, water and Alcoholic drinks are NOT included.
  • Any expenses of personal nature.
  • International flights and departure taxes.
  • Optional activities and excursions.
  • Tipping.

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