Yala Adventure

Tsum Valley Trekking

Tsum valley, unknown and undiscovered to everybody and finally hatched with exploration under initiation from Trekking Agent Association of Nepal. It is beautiful yet

  • This scenic and panoramic landscape is in Gorkha District which holds historic background of whole Nepal’s Shah Dynasty. Mountains, Culture and Tradition, Landscape and adventure is what specify this trekking area. Tsum, derived from Tibetan word Tsombo means vivid. It holds many passes over 5000m stretched upto northern territory of Nepal till border land to Tibet. A beautiful Trails that is just newly opened virgin trail. Crossing through beautiful villages, entering into restricted area with special permit takes you to the heart of cultural and traditional hub, where you will see the real and true image of ancient habitant is untouched by outer world. Chumchet and Chhekampar are one of the most remote village development committees in Gorkha District. This area is just opened by October 2007.

    The altitude varies from 1905m till 5093m at Ngula Dhojhyang Pass on the Tibetan border. Tsum itself is derived from Tibetan word, ‘Tsombo’, which literally mean vivid. Traditionally Tsum Valley was culturally district geographical area called ‘Tsum Tso Chucksums’, which means thirteen provinces ruled as a single territory. This hidden valley is surrounded by Mountains called, Boudha Himal, Himal Chuli, Ganesh Himal and Sringi Himal. Tsum valley includes two remote VDCs, Chhekampar (Upper Tsum) and Chumchet (Lower Tsum). Its so remote that the ancient relics are still seen. The people of this area still practice polyandry system and they have unique culture, tradition and their own dialect. Many Tsumbas (Resident of Tsum Valley) report that they have seen or found the signs of Mehti, commonly referred as the ‘Yeti’ or ‘Abominable Snowman’. There are the choices of three itineraries which the trekker’s can choose as per the total days they would like explore that area.

  • Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu and transfer to hotel overnight at hotel
    Day 02: Necessery preparation for trekking
    Day 03: Drive to Arughat(535m) by Bus, camp
    Day 04: Trek to Liding (860m),Camp
    Day 05: Trek to Machhalkola (930m),Camp
    Day 06: Trek to Jagat (1410m),Camp
    Day 07: Trek to Lakpa (2040m),Camp
    Day 08: Trek to Chumling (2361m),Camp
    Day 09: Trek to Chhokangparo (3010m),Camp
    Day 10: Trek to Chhule-Nile (3361m) Camp
    Day 11: Trek to Mu Gompa(3700m),Camp
    Day 12: Trek to Rachen Gompa(3240m),Camp
    Day 13: Trek to Dumje (2440m),Camp
    Day 14: Trek to Gumba Lungdang(3200m),Camp
    Day 15: Trek to Ripchet(2468m),Camp
    Day 16: Trek to Dobhan(1070m),Camp
    Day 17: Trek to Soti khola(720m),Camp
    Day 18: Trek to Arughat(535m),Camp
    Day 19: Drive back to Kathmandu
    Day 20: A free day in Kathmandu for shopping and rest
    Day 21: Depart to International Airport

  • Moderate to Strenuous

    A moderate to strenuous trek requires a medium level of fitness. During these treks you will be required to walk up to 6 hours in one day. The trails will not always be clear and may at times be narrow and steep. You will be at times quite high in altitude so should be prepared for colder conditions and occasional snow. Moderate to strenuous treks are normally in well facilitated areas but at times you should be prepared for minimal facilities and amenities, esp. if it is a camping trek. And you will be more isolated from major roads and towns.

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  • 46465_1603370169107_2986800_nNamaste Yadu

    I made it home safely and even was upgraded to business class for the first part of my flights home from Kathmandu to Abu Dhabi. Which was great.

    I would like to thank you for organising everything whilst I was in Nepal. You are certainly Mr FixIt when it comes to sorting out itineraries, hotels, guides, flights, buses, etc.This made my trip run very smoothly without any hitch. I will pass on you details to anyone I know who is looking to travel to Nepal.

    I also saw Ben a couple of days ago, he’s fine. He and Kate are expecting their 2nd child next year which is great news, he is really missing Nepal and we are talking about coming back.

    Do you have a postal address for Yala Adventure that I can courier some equipment for Pasang to. I have spoken to a few friends at some uk outdoor equipment distributors and have managed to get a pair of boots for him, free of charge which I would like to send over.
    I like to help out where I can and this would be a great way to say thank you.

    Hope all is well with you and your family

    Regards, your friend

    Sonny Bennett
  • Dear Mr Yadu,
    I would like to express my heartfelt gratitude to you for arranging the trip to Mount Kailash intestimonials1 August 2012. Thank you for making this impossible dream becoming a Possible trip. Every moment has been cherished since then. It was such an amazing trip, carefully planned and prepared, and suitably adapted to my needs.I acknowledge how much efforts you put in this trip and how you went be.yond your limits. I would really recommend you to other travellers.
    Aarti Ramasamy
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