Rolwaling to Everest Trek over Tashi Laptsa Pass (GHT)

The Rolwaling to Everest Trek, part of the Great Himalaya Trail, offers a highly challenging adventure in Nepal. It traverses the world’s highest passes, the stunning Rolwaling valley, and Tashi Laptsa. Known as “the Grave,” Rolwaling is a remote and breathtaking area.

This trek showcases pristine surroundings, fresh trails, and diverse wildlife. You’ll pass through thick forests, alpine meadows, and experience the unique cultures of various ethnic groups.

Enjoy magnificent views of Mt. Melungtse, Mt. Dorje Lakpa, and Mt. Tashi Lapcha, alongside the captivating Tso Rolpa Lake. Villages like Beding and Na, along with Tsho Rolpa Lake, are natural wonders. Mt. Melungste, towering at 7,181 meters, provides a majestic backdrop to the villages below.


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Makalu Base Camp to Everest Trek (GHT)

The Makalu Base Camp to Everest trek is part of the Great Himalaya Trail, known as one of Nepal’s toughest and most remote treks. It covers about 140 km through some of the most beautiful and secluded parts of the Nepal Himalayas, passing over three high passes: Sherpani Pass, West Col, and Amphu Laptsa.

This trek takes you through wild landscapes with amazing views of Makalu, towering cliffs, glaciers, and waterfalls. It’s a very isolated area with stunning scenery that typically takes two weeks to complete. You need to be in top physical shape and have experience trekking at high altitudes. Proper acclimatization is crucial to avoid altitude sickness, and you must bring suitable gear for cold, wet, and windy conditions.

Despite the challenges, the trek offers an unforgettable experience with some of the most breathtaking scenery in the world. Contact Us now to start your adventure on the Makalu Base Camp to Everest Trek!

Langtang Trekking via Tilman Pass (GHT)

The Langtang Trek via Tilman Pass is a challenging adventure on Nepal’s Great Himalaya Trail. Bordering Tibet, it includes Langtang National Park. Named after British explorer H. W. Tilman, Tilman’s Pass (5,320 m) offers a non-touristy route through the Langtang region. This trek, also known as Jugal Panch Pokhari, features five sacred Hindu lakes, including Panch Pokhari, among the world’s highest-altitude wetlands. It connects Langtang and Panch Pokhari regions, offering panoramic views of Langtang Lirung, Langtang Himal, Naya Khanga, Yala peak, Ganesh Himal, Langshisa, Gaurishanker, Dorjelakpa, and more.

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Lunana Snowman Trek

It is the high altitude, long distances, climate, remoteness, and logistical organization that make this trek so challenging. It is for these reasons that make the Lunana region of Bhutan is one of the least visited areas of the world. This is a 28-day trek through a high alpine country, crossing the north of Bhutan near the border with Tibet. It covers a distance of 356 kilometers, crosses over eight high mountain passes, several of a which are over 5,000 meters, and stays at an average altitude of 4,000 meters. We will see many unnamed and unmapped peaks up to 7,000 m. This is a difficult trek but is a suitable objective for fit hill walkers. Flexibility and patience will be required at times!

Trip Code NSTR266

Dhaulagiri Circuit Trek (GHT)

Dhaulagiri Circuit Trek in Nepal is a challenging and strenuous trek that ventures off the beaten track to the foot of the world’s seventh-tallest mountain. Dhaulagiri is one of the most popular 8,000 m/26,246 ft peaks for climbing in the Himalayas. It is almost unique in the world in terms of its rise above local terrain. Whereas, it upsurges to 7,000 m/22,965 ft over the Kali Gandaki gorge to the southeast in about 30 km of aerial distance. In 1960, a team of Swiss and Austrian mountaineers first climbed along the northeast ridge.

This less-trodden route offers adventures and remote experiences. You will also cross the largest conservation area of Nepal, the Annapurna Conservation Area. It is a domain to several exotic floras and faunas. You witness the raw nature and the breathtaking diverse mountain landscapes. This combines lush alpine vegetation on the lower, rugged rock outcrops, and pristine ice slopes on the higher area. The route passes through rugged terrain with astonishing natural beauty that very few visitors have ever witnessed.

Further, it circuits around the Dhaulagiri massif, via the French Pass. During your trek in the Dhaulagiri circuit, you will come across a miserable valley, called “hidden valley”, which is filled with freezing winds and challenging trails. This trek is more challenging than in other regions, but also worth trekking. Thus, the dramatic view of landscapes, glaciers, moraine, and mountains will keep you accompanied throughout the trek. The scenery is unforgettable and the challenging trek crosses several mountain passes, spending multiple nights camping in the wilderness.

Along with remote experience, you will experience the Magar and Thakali cultures as you pass by villages. For those who have sufficient time and want to trek the off-the-beaten trail, then you can explore more treks such as Kanchenjunga Circuit Trek, Makalu Base Camp and Limi Valley Trek.

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Note: Below trekking hours, altitudes and distances are approximate, and absolutely for general ideas only.

Kanchenjunga to Makalu via Lumba Sumba Pass Trek (GHT)

Embark on the challenging Kanchenjunga to Makalu trek via the Lumba Sumba Pass, a isolated trail and part of Nepal’s Great Himalaya Trail. This route spans from the eastern to western highest trekking routes, promising a unique adventure. Explore the remote Kanchenjunga region, traverse the awe-inspiring Lumba Sumba Pass (5,177 m), and delve into the pristine wilderness of Makalu Barun National Park.

Discover the exceptional beauty of hidden alpine valleys. This unexplored trek, first identified in 2012, features days without human settlements, requiring camping-style accommodations due to limited teahouses. Encounter diverse flora and fauna, including endangered species like the red panda and snow leopard. Don’t miss the chance to visit base camps at Mount Kanchenjunga and Mount Makalu during your journey.

Immerse yourself in the Buddhist culture of the Makalu and Kanchenjunga regions while enjoying the natural wonders. Our sample itinerary can be customized to suit your preferences. Contact us at for more information.

Note: below trekking hours, altitudes, and distances are approximate, and absolutely for general ideas only.

Ultimate Off-road Challenge Biking from Kathmandu to Pokhara

Biking from Kathmandu to Pokhara tours present one of the most thrilling biking experiences in Nepal. This trip is a stunning ride where you will explore many historical towns and picturesque villages along with a magnificent view of nature and mountains. It is a great way to get away from the bustling city and merge with the local people and landscape.

Kathmandu to Pokhara biking tour takes you on an incredible off-road route connecting Nagarkot, Kakani, Trishuli, Gorkha, Besisahar, Kalasti, and Pokhara.

Please note that there will be vehicle support on this trip. This is pure adventurous mountain biking and so you are not required to take anything with you. Your belongings will be loaded onto the vehicle. The landscape throughout this trip is a bit challenging so the vehicle takes another route and follows directly behind us during the day. The vehicle will arrive before us at the end of the day to set up camp prior to our arrival.

Great Himalayan Trail Full Traverse (GHT)

The Great Himalaya Trail (GHT) in Nepal offers an extraordinary long-distance trek spanning from the eastern border with India to the western border with Tibet. This epic journey explores remote mountainous regions, showcasing the majestic Himalayas and vibrant local cultures.

Covering approximately 1700 kilometers and taking around 120 days, the full GHT traverse in Nepal is divided into 10 distinct sections, each offering unique trekking experiences. From Kanchenjunga and Makalu Barun to Everest, Rolwaling and Langtang, and Manaslu and Annapurna, every section is rich in natural beauty and cultural heritage.

The ideal times to undertake the GHT trek in Nepal are during the stable weather conditions of spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November). These seasons offer breathtaking mountain views and comfortable trekking conditions.

Trekking the GHT in Nepal is a challenging yet highly rewarding adventure, providing a special opportunity to immerse yourself in diverse landscapes and cultures. Adequate preparation and proper equipment are crucial prerequisites for embarking on this unforgettable journey.

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