Tsum Valley Trek has a certain aspect of mystery apart from the waves of adventure on it. The trek aims to explore the many myths of the revered Manaslu region and learn more about this Tibetan-influenced land. This trek takes you through the ancient Tibetan settlements. Which has withstood the test of time and provides a gorgeous display of the Shringi, Manaslu, and Annapurna mountains? Take the tsum valley trek if you want to comprehend the beauty of rural Nepal.
The 20-day trip starts with a quick sightseeing tour of the major UNESCO World heritage sites of the Kathmandu valley, which are filled with culture and traditions. After completing the legal formalities, we shall head out to Arughat via the Prithvi Highway. As we walk on the banks of the Arkhet Khola, we head towards Soti Khola. From here, the trail crosses the Gurung village of Lapubesi and then stops at Machha Khola before reaching Jagat. Passing Philim on the way along the Budhi Gandaki River, you reach Chisopani. As we admire the magnificent views of Himalchuli (7893m), we reach Chumling village. Spend some time here and then walk along the Lungwa Khola to reach Chhokang Paro.
We now enter the desolate parts of the Tsum valley and the terrain here closely resembles Tibet. Head along the Siyar Khola and spend the night at the Tibetan village of Nile. From here, head out to the Mu Gompa, which is an important landmark in this region. After visiting the Mu Gompa, make your way down through the small villages like Burgi and Chumling. The trail provides an amazing view of the Poshyop glacier, Kipu Himal, and Churke Himal. Continue moving downward to Philim, Soti Khola, and to Arughat. From here, you drive back to Kathmandu, where this trek shall end.
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- Visit the Mu Gompa and Dephu Doma Gompa in the Tsum Valley
- Learn the myths and culture of Tsum Valley and its Tibetan residents
- Observe the panoramic view of mountains like Himalchuli (7893m) and Ganesh Himal (7422m)
- Trek through the mesmerizing Manaslu Conservation Area