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Backpacker Magazine – March 2009

Rolwaling And Khumbu Valleys, Nepal

Experience the magic of the remote Himalaya.

by: Michael Lanza


Plan It
Guidebook Trekking in Nepal, by Stephen Bezruchka (The Mountaineers Books, $17)
Season Fall for the best weather; spring for rhododendron blooms
Essential gear Big-mountain boots like the Kayland Contact ($230, kayland.com)
Need to know Allow three extra days for acclimatizing en route.
Cost DIY: $
Guided: $$$$$
Outfitter Cultural Treks & Expedition, culturaltreks.com
Info nepaltourism.info

Pyrenees Traverse, France | Cape Wrath Trail, Scotland | Zillertal Alps, Austria | Tongariro Northern Circuit and Heaphy Track, New Zealand | Cordillera Apolobamba, Bolivia | Overland Track, Australia | Sarek National Park, Sweden | Rolwaling and Khumbu Valleys, Nepal | Polar Route, Greenland | Simien Mountains National Park, Ethiopia

Discover hidden Nepal and trek the justifiably popular Everest region on this challenging 20-day route from Rolwaling to Khumbu. One of the eight beyul, or hidden valleys, of the Himalaya according to Sherpa legend, the Rolwaling gets just a tiny fraction of the trekkers of the world-famous Khumbu. Consequently, the Sherpa culture has been largely unaffected by the droves of Westerners heading for nearby Everest Base Camp. To connect the two valleys, you have to cross–and camp atop–the glaciated Trashi Labsta Pass at 18,882 feet; it's no stroll, but fit non-climbers can do it with guides. Bonus option: Experienced mountaineers can tack on the snow-and-ice climb of 20,300-foot Pharchamo Peak, which rises immediately south of Trashi Labsta.

Starting in Barabise (five hours by bus from Kathmandu), you'll spend roughly two weeks ascending the Rolwaling Valley, staying in simple teahouses and camping on the outskirts of villages and in the high-mountain wilderness. Life-list moment: On day 3, climb through rhododendron forests that echo with the screams of langur monkeys and reach 10,890-foot Tinsang La, a pass where you'll get your first glimpse of the awesome Himalayan giants that lie ahead. Finish the day at Bigu Gomba, a Buddhist nunnery where the walls are lined with statues of the 11-headed deity Avalokiteshwara. Drink yak-butter tea with the nuns and camp nearby, overlooking terraced fields of wheat and barley that cascade down the valley.

From here, the gorge gets steeper and narrower with every mile, culminating in the thrill-a-step crossing of Trashi Labsta. Descend to bustling Namche Bazaar and awesome views of Ama Dablam and Makalu. Finish in Lukla and catch a flight back to Kathmandu.




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Your Guide in Nepal Nepal
Apr 06, 2014

Everest base camp trekking Packages 2014

Everest trekking is the trekking in the beautiful Khumbu region of Nepal. Basically it is the trek in aiming the stunning view of the world's highest peak Mount Everest 8848 mt Renowned as one of the adventurous place to travel in the world
Highlights:
One of the famous Namche bazaars. 4,440 mt
Panorama view from Syangboche including Mt.Everest 8,848m
Sherpa people and culture
Closed view of Thamsherku, Amadablam & pumori
Sunrise view from kalapathar 5445 mt
Everest base camp 5362 mt
Khumbu glacier 5300 mt
Availability:
When do you want to go?
Activity Options
• 13 Days Everest Base Camp Trekking
Live guide: English speaking guides and Sherpa Porter s
Duration: 13 days, Private tour
Starts at meeting point, pick-up at hotel possible)
from $ 1170.00
(per person)
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Renowned as one of the adventurous place to travel in the world, the region gets the worldwide attraction only after conquerement by the famous personnel Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay Sherpa in the year 1953.

Everest base camp trekking has always been one of the popular and the fascinating trekking route for all kind of travelers all around. After the flight to Lukla, the trekking route starts with the warm welcome by the Sherpa’s people in the famous stop named as Namche Bazaar. Here, you will have the first glance of the Everest at the background and stay continues here to acclimatization yourself for the further route ahead.

Thereafter, the epic journey continues following the beautiful monasteries, deep glaciers, georges and colorful villages. The beautiful Khumbu region is graced by the oldest and preserved Buddhist monasteries of Tengboche and Dingboche. The journey further leads you to the Khumbu glacier at 4910m. You can't stop yourself to stop at the places like Gorak Sep and Kalapatthar. Kallapathar at 5545m altitude is the highest point of this trekking. You will have the greatest relief with the view of the dazzling mountains like Everest, Lhotse and Nuptse around. Not only this, everyone is delighted by the beautiful Sherpa villages, fields, junipers and alpine forests of the protected region of Sagarmatha National park.

Everest base camp trekking gives you an opportunity to follow the classic trek made by the thousands of the trekkers from the past to the world's highest peak, lying on the amidst of the vast land of the mother earth. The opportunity to explore the hidden beauty of the nature and to capture the lifetime memories either within your heart or in the lens of the camera.

Outline itinerary: mt Everest base camp Itinerary day by days

Day 01: Pick up at Tribhuvan international airport & transfer to the hotel. Overnight stay at hotel.Kathamndu

Day 02: 45 minute fly to lukla (2880m.) trek to phakding (2680m.)Approximately 3hr. overnight stay at tea house lodge.

Day 03: Trek up to Namche Bazar (3440m) approximately 7hr.overnight stay at tea house lodge.

Day 04: Hikking day for Acclimatization. Hike to Syangboche Everest view hotel(3800m)for panorama view including Mt Everest(8848m)& hike to khumjung valley (3730m)back to down Namche bazaar. Overnight stay at tea hose lodge.

Day 04: Trek up to Tengboche (3860m), approximately 5hr.overnight stay at tea house lodge.

Day 05: Trek up to Dingboche (4410m), approximately 6hr.overnight stay at tea house lodge.

Day 06: Trek up to Loubuche (4910m), approximately 5hr.overnight stay at tea house lodge.

Day 07: Trek up to Gorakshep (5140m), approximately 3hr.after lunch hike to Everest base camp back to Gorakchep. Overnight stay at tea house lodge.

Day 08: Climb to kalapathar early morning for sunrise view of Mt Everest & back to down Feriche (4240m), approximately 6hr. overnight stay at tea house lodge.

Day 09: Trek to down Tengboche (3860m), approximately 5hr.overnight stay at tea house lodge

Day 10: Trek to Namche bazaar (3440m), approximately 5hr. overnight stay at tea house lodge

Day 11: Trek to down phakding (2680m), approximately 7hr. overnight stay at tea house lodge

Day 12: Trek to lukla (2880m), approximately 3hr.overnight stay at tea house lodge.

Day 13: Morning take Breakfast and 45 minute fly to Kathmandu.
What's Included:
Pick up drop at international & domestic airport by private vehicle
2 night 3*level hotel in Kathmandu with B/B plan
KTM-Lukla-Ktm flight ticket.
An experienced English speaking guide trained licensed by government of Nepal, Tourism & civil aviation.
Highly experienced Sherpa porter (1 porter for 2 clients)
Guide flight ticket, food, drinks, accommodation, equipment, salary and insurance
Porter’s food, drinks, accommodation, equipment, salary and insurance.
Three times meals a days such as Breakfast, lunch & dinner during the trek.
Day 13 only breakfast
Tea or coffee during the trek.
Sagarmatha national park fee Trekking information management system (TIMS) card
Lodge accommodation during the trek.
Medical kit bag
Farewell dinner in kathmandu at traditional Nepali restaurant.
What's Not Included?
Nepal visa
International airfare
Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu
Extra night hotel in Kathmandu
Kathmandu valley sightseeing
Your travel insurance
Any emergency evacuation from mountain
Day 13 lunch and dinner
Good to Know:
Lukla flight always depends on whether condition. Bring 2 passport size pictures each for trekking permit and your travel insurance.

It is only allow bringing 15kg backpack for each person.
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Welcome Nepal Tour
Dec 23, 2013

Its nice i like it.

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Holiday Hiking
Sep 10, 2013

Holiday Hiking in the southern part of the asia continent there lays a tiny rectangular kingdom squeezed between two hugely populated countries, China to the north and India to the south, this country is Nepal a world of its own. Holiday Hiking is a type of tourism, involving exploration or travel to remote, exotic and possibly hostile areas. Holiday Hiking is rapidly growing in popularity, as tourists seek different kinds of vacations. The land of contrast is presumably the exact way to define the scenery of Nepal for you will find maximum world highest peaks high high up above the clouds determined for the gods above. Straight, active and attractive learning experience Holiday Hiking that engross the whole person and have real Hiking Mt. Everest, Kanchenjunga, Daulagiri, and Annapurna and many more are there for the offering for mountain-lovers, Hiking and travelers.
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Nepal trek tour Planner
Jun 19, 2013

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Trekking In Nepal



Nepal has aptly been called ‘A Trekkers Paradise’ as her terrain mountain, hills and the Terai (flat land) offer some of the most spectacular trekking routes in the world. The trail into the interior parts of the country follows ancient foot trails, which meander through scenic riverbanks, intractably terraced fields and forested ridges connecting picturesque hamlets and mountain villages. We offer a number of different styles of trekking trip such as classic, challenging, luxury, and family, each of which may involve camping, staying in tea-houses or a combination of both. You will be led by our experienced guides and accompanied by friendly Sherpas to the world's mightest mountains through the spellbinding valleys, rhododendron forests and holy lakes of the Annapurna, Everest, Langtang and off-the-beaten-track regions.
Whether you are looking for a wilderness experience or a classic trek, Nepal has everything to offer. Regardless of where you go, you will encounter a great diversity of geography, climate and ethnicity. The people are friendly and welcoming, and the great highlight of trekking in this country is the interactions you will have with the local people in the villages and their wonderfully diverse cultures, practices and traditions.

When to go

The best time to trek is from October to May. The first two months of the dry season (October and November) is the ideal period for trekking in Nepal. The air is freshly washed by the monsoon rains, the mountain scenery is superb and the weather is still comfortably warm. December, January and February are still good months for trekking but the cold can be bitter at high altitudes. March and May also offer better weather when trekkers can see superb wild flowers, particularly in Nepal's wonderful rhododendron forests. During the monsoon season (June-August) trekking is possible in the rain-shadow areas of north of the Himalaya like upper Mustang and upper Dolpo. These regions are out of reach of the rain clouds because of the high mountains and are unaffected by the monsoon.


Duration of the Trek

A trekking trip can be of any length you choose. Popular short treks are available around the Kathmandu and Pokhara valleys, which only take one, two or three days to complete while longer treks lasting from a week to a month. It is even possible to combine a series of popular treks together and peak climbing for months on end.


Types of Trek

Tea House Trek: On the more popular treks in Nepal, enterprising villagers have built teahouse lodges. They are readily available in the Everest, Langtang and the entire Annapurna regions. The country offers a selection a teahouse treks run to a high level of service.
Full boarded camping Trek: This trek is assisted by a full Sherpa crew including a Sirdar (headman), cook and other helpers. Porters, Yaks, horses or mules are used for carrying luggage. It is the Sherpa's responsibility to perform all the Camp works, including leaving all the sites clean and to guide on the route. Food available on the camping trek will be a mixture of Western and Asian dishes with variety of choice.
Group Size: Group sizes are kept small, to reduce the impact on the environment and to enable us to provide a more personal service. The maximum Group size on most of our treks/tours is 12 and the minimum group size is 2.


Altitude Sickness

Altitude Sickness, often known as Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS), is a particularly important medical consideration while trekking in Nepal. Altitude Sickness means the effect of altitude on those who ascend too rapidly to elevations above 3000 m. There is no real need for you to worry about altitude, but you should be aware that it does affect some people's performance. Through our treks are planned to allow time for acclimatization, it is unknown to anyone how they will react to high altitude. For the strenuous treks, you are advised to bring your own medical kits and Gamow (Pressure Bags). The vital factor, advisable here is to descend to lower altitude. Further, if any assistance is required, our Sherpa Guide is really at all time. The initial symptoms of AMS are as following:

Nausea/Vomiting
Loss of appetite
Insomnia/Sleeplessness
Persistent headache
Dizziness, light headedness, confusion, disorientation, drunken gait
Weakness, fatigue, lassitude, heavy legs
Slight swelling of hands and face
Breathlessness and breathing irregularity
Reduced urine output
Acclimatization by ascending to no more than 300 to 500 m per day above 3000 m and the proper amount of rest are the best methods for prevention of AMS.

Trekking in Nepal
Feb 28, 2013

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Trekking in Nepal
Feb 28, 2013

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Nepal Trekking Guides
Dec 16, 2012

here is no substitute for personalized attention. I traveled to Nepal to visit Everest Base Camp. I traveled alone and had certain trepidation about traveling on my own, but I also knew I wanted to escape the pressures of trekking in a large group. Altitude and safety are paramount on mountain treks and I did not want to end-up hyperventilating trying to keep-up with faster, fitter, trekkers.
Even though, I have altitude experience, I relied heavily on my guide's advice regarding what to eat, pace, and hydration. I have climbed and summitted Mt. Kilimanjaro, so I was confident I could complete this trek, but nothing can prepare you for the terrain of the Hymalayas. it is truly a humbling experience.
Mr. Adhikari came highly recommended by other trekkers, who were only too willing to write positive and detailed letters of recommendation. I found that all their recommendations were more than true. Mr. Adhikari has been to Everest Base Camp more than 50 plus times, as a woman traveling alone, I found his level of professionalism refreshing. I cannot count the times, Mr. Adhikari truly saved me from my inexperienced trekking self. Anything from ensuring I would.
not be run over by a Yak, horse, or donkey to keeping me focused on the difficult terrain, and somehow ensuring I stopped long enough to enjoy the scenery (in spite of my exhaustion). I shudder to think what my trek would have been like if I'd been just another trekker in a large group. I have to comment that I have never been so healthy-stomach wise at altitude.
Mr. Adhikari explains that when organizing for larger groups, he makes provisions for trekkers like me who tend to walk at a slower pace. I thought for sure that, this time, my ambition had superseded my ability, but thanks to Mr. Adhikari, my long time dream of seeing Everest Base Camp first hand came true. I was able to spend time in the rarified air and observe camp life, took plenty of pictures, and asked Mr. Adhikari numerous questions about his experiences around the area.
I was very aware of the economic implications of traveling with a Nepali Operator vs. a foreign trekking company. I wanted my trip not to only be a self-serving adventure, but numerous travel books suggest that traveling with a Nepali Operator does ensure more of the money goes and stays into the Nepali economy. I was unsure how the whole experience would unfold, but I am staying here and going to Annapurna Base Camp with the same operator. Mr. adhikari seems to be grounded on the mountain community ad well as in Kathmandu. It was reassuring to see he has good and long standing relationships with other guides and the mountain community.

Visited April 2012.
Email-:sanjib-adhikari@hotmail.com
www.hikehimalayas.com
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Independent trekking guide Nepal
Dec 16, 2012

Dear Travellers,
!!Namaste and warm Greetings from Himalayan Country Nepal!!


My name is Sanjib Adhikari. As an independent trekking guide and tour operator in Nepal, I would like to introduce myself to you.
I was born and grown up in the rugged and remote district in the Central Himalayan region. I started my career in the adventure tourism at the very young age after completing my high school level studies, working for different trekking companies for seven years in different capacities sometimes as porter, assistant guide and now working as an Independent trekking guide. I have already obtained trekking guide license from the ministry of tourism, government of Nepal.
I have guided many international groups especially from Europe, USA, Canada, Australia in Everest, Annapurna, Langtang, Mustang, Dolpo, Kanchanjunga, Makalu, Manaslu, Ganesh Himal and Helambu regions in Nepal and Mt. Kailash, Lasha in tibet also Ladak and Sikkim in India and have thus gained diversified experience and extensive knowledge on geography, religion, culture, local flora and fauna and on environmental issues in the areas where I personally organized the treks. My first experience on many trekking routes has made me an expert on making unique trekking itineraries as per the tastes, interests and budget of the western clients. For those international trekkers who want to climb high mountain passes and peaks, I can also organize this challenging and rewarding adventure. My experience in adventure tourism includes climbing to Mera peak, Island peak, Kalapathar, Gokyo peak, Tseryo ri and I have led expeditions across many high passes in Nepal, Larkye pass, Ampulapcha Pass, Chola pass, Renjula pass, Tashilapcha pass, Ganjala pass, thorong pass, Tilicho pass, (Mesokantola pass).
There are many types of treks available in Nepal, ranging from relaxed easy trekking where you can experience Nepalese Culture and Village life staying overnight in local lodges (tea-houses) in popular regions, to remote and restricted areas trekking that are off the beaten track and seldom visited by foreigners. All treks offer spectacular scenery and a good experience about Nepalese culture. If anyone wants to have tailor made treks, I can meet their requirements.
From time to time I keep upgrading my skills and knowledge by taking refresher trainings on safety, sanitation, first–aid, emergency rescue, hygiene and cooking. I am fluent in English, Chinese and computer literate. I can explain all tourism related topics to the best of my knowledge.
My clients have been very pleased with my professional guiding services, and you may read some of their comments on my website. Please contact me at the email address listed below if you have any questions or would like to discuss a possible trek in Nepal! I will look forward to hearing from you! http://www.nepalguideinfo.com/index.php?link=more

Nepal Trekking Guides
Dec 16, 2012

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Oct 01, 2012

Lijiang is located in the upper reaches of the Jinsha River, has a long history, beautiful scenery, majestic natural environment, the descendants of the ancient Qiang, Naxi hometown.
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Old Town of Lijiang 2,400 meters above sea level, is the center of the city of Lijiang Naxi Autonomous County, is one of the historical and cultural city, is a national key scenic spots.
     Here is located in Yunnan, Sichuan and Tibetan roads, ancient times, frequent business travel activities, prompting locals flourishing population, and soon became famous bazaar and town. Generally believed Lijiang city began in the early Song Dynasty.,i hope you will like it!
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Nepal Trekking Tourism
Jul 06, 2012

Thank you for sharing This great information, we also organize same trek in Nepal.

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Ramdung Expeditions P. Ltd
Jul 02, 2012

Nice article to read for. I guess I could read more of that. Really Nepal is beautiful country surrounded by hill and Himalayas.A great place to trek. You can get more information to our website.

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Thank you

Kumar Lama
Jul 01, 2012

Good info has been provided really amazing for adventure lovers.Please find more info on http://www.nepalassemble.com/packages/Tashi-Lapcha-Pass-Trek-Rolwaling-to-Khumbu-201.html
Kumar Lama
For Nepal Assemble Treks Pvt. Ltd.
Kathmandu Nepal.

prem k khatry
Mar 25, 2012

Good information on remote area trek of Nepal. Lets promote this.

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Ecological Treks
Feb 19, 2011

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Anonymous
Aug 22, 2010

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Anonymous
Aug 22, 2010

hi I like this information

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Asian Journey Treks
Jul 20, 2010

Hi,
It is such a nice information. Keep it up.
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pfrenforyou
Apr 24, 2010

Indeed Rolwaling and Khumbu Valleys of Nepal are more popular among trekkers. they give life time adventure experience.

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Adriano
Nov 14, 2009

this trek is very good.

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Ganesh Giri
Sep 15, 2009

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Ganesh Giri
Sep 15, 2009

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sumba Sherpa
Jul 02, 2009

Very good information.
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Pasang Sherpa
Jul 02, 2009

Yes, this trek is very good for well fit, who have sprit of adventure. We organized many times this trek with small & big group.

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pfren
May 22, 2009

Absolutely quite informative and descriptive Information.

pfren
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