Rolwaling Valley Trek, popularly known as the Tsho Rolpa Trek in the Gaurishankar Conservation Area, is filled with villages, farming fields, forests, rivers, waterfalls, greenery, mountains, and everything in between. This off-beaten trail looks very natural and offers trekkers the opportunity to explore nature and themselves.

Day 1: Arrival

Day 2: Kathmandu

Day 3: Kathmandu to Chet-Chet and Simi Gau

Day 4: Simi Gau to Dongeng

Day 5: Dongeng to Beding

Day 6: Beding to Na Gau

Day 7: Na Gau to Tsho Rolpa to Na Gau

Day 8: Na Gau to Dongeng

Day 9: Dongdeng to Chet-Chet

Day 10: Chet-Chet to KTM

Day 11: Kathmandu

Day 12: Onwards


The Rolwaling Himal range is located in the central east of Nepal, along the Tibetan border, between the Langtang Himal range and the Mahalangur Himal range.Rolwaling Himal includes Melungtse 7181 m, Melungtse II 7023 m, Gaurishankar 7134 m, Pachermo Himal (6275 m), Chobutse (6685  m), and some 50 other peaks over 6000 m, all extending from the Nangpa La pass, where the Mahalangur section begins, southwest to the Tamakoshi River.

Rolwaling means "valley carved by a plow," and its steep cliffs do indeed give the impression of a plow-carved furrow. The alpine lakes, high pastures, waterfalls, hanging glaciers, deep valleys, and views of the snow-capped mountains make this trek a treat for every trekker. This off-the-beaten-track adventure in Rolwaling, an inner Himalayan valley, is considered Beyal, a holy sanctuary, by the local Buddhist Sherpa inhabitants.

In the Sherpa language, "Tsho" means lake and "Rolpa" is a rolwaling valley. Tsho Rolpa Lake had been on high alert since early 2000 due to the possibility of a glacier lake outburst flood (GLOF) due to global warming. Rolwaling Valley Trek, popularly known as the Tsho Rolpa Trek in the Gaurishankar Conservation Area, is filled with villages, farming fields, forests, rivers, waterfalls, greenery, mountains, and everything in between. This off-beaten trail looks very natural and offers trekkers the opportunity to explore nature and themselves.

 

Day 1: Arrival

Day 2: Kathmandu

Day 3: Kathmandu to Chet-Chet and Simi Gau

We will drive for around 6–7 hours to reach Chet–Chet. From Chet-Chet, we will walk to Simi Gau.

Day 4: Simi Gau to Dongeng

Today we will be walking for around seven hours through the jungle to reach the beautiful Dongeng village by the river.

Day 5: Dongeng to Beding

This is a very beautiful walking route. One of the best walking routes Not crowded, the Rolwaling River flows side by side with alpine forests in different colors, and at the back end, you can see a mountain.

Day 6: Beding to Na Gau

Today we will have a short trek. In the morning, we will explore Beding, the old monastery, and its beautiful surroundings.

After lunch, we will walk towards Na Gau, the highest settlement of the trek.

After some rest, we will explore Na Gau.

Day 7: Na Gau to Tsho Rolpa to Na Gau

After an early breakfast with food and water, we will climb for 2–3 hours to reach Tsho Rolpa.

On our return, after some rest, we will explore Na Gau, talk with locals and monks, and explore the ancient monastery of Na Gau, where Buddhist master Padma Sambhav meditated.

Day 8: Na Gau to Dongeng

Today we will reach Dongeng.

Day 9: Dongdeng to Chet-Chet

Day 10: Chet-Chet to KTM

Drive back to Kathmandu.

Day11: kathmandu

Day 12: Onwards

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