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Posts from the ‘Trekking Nepal’ Category

3
Jun

mustang & hidden valleys of naar

The Forbidden Kingdom of Mustang and the Hidden Valleys of Naar

“A Journey through one of Nepal’s most exquisite Regions”

Seen from far away through the swirls of the mountain mist the Himalayan Mountains appear remote, forbidding and awe inspiring. By joining us on our exploration trek over the Teri La pass you will be able to see the splendor of these mountains close up and to enjoy the beauty of these remote and sparely populated valleys while getting an insight into the life and the ancient culture of these modest and friendly mountain people. The beginning of the video below shows the crossing of the more technical Saribung pass (6030m) but it also illustrates perfectly the beauty of the landscape in the Damodar Himal and the Kingdom of Mustang, and it provides an inspiring insight into the ambiance of a typical exploration trek through these remote areas.

The Forbidden Kingdom of Mustang

Officially Mustang is the name of the entire district along the Kali Gadanki River, from the Tibetan border in the north to Ghase in the south. The district headquarters is located in Jomsom, a couple of miles south of Kagbeni the access town to the restricted area of “Upper Mustang” also called the “Kingdom of Mustang”. Read more »

20
Nov

Tsum Valley – A Forgotten Place

For thousands of years the Himalayas have been a refuge for seekers of relaxation and inner peace. Due to its remoteness the Tsum Valley has remained such an oasis of quietness and recreation up to the present time, a hidden spot where it is easy to forget the hectic and the turmoils of our daily life.

This serene valley in the north of Gorkha is situated under the impressive backdrop of the mighty Buddha Himal and its towering peaks Himal Chuli (7‘823m) in the west, Ganesh Himal (7‘429m) in the south and Sringi Himal (7‘187m) in the north and is carrying a long history of ancient Himalayan civilization styles; culture, art, tradition, religion, customs and thinking. Read more »