Chisapani Nagarkot Hiking

Chisapani Nagarkot valley Hike taking you along the rims of the Kathmandu Valley offering distant views of snowy mountains, and an idea of typical Nepali countryside life and ethnic culture. It is best suited for those who are travelling with children, enjoy outdoor camping but who do not have enough time for longer treks into the high mountains. We drive to a trail- head at Sundarijal, and gradually hike uphill to Mulkharka (1768m). The second day we walk along the valley rims with great views of mountains, then get to Chisopani (2194m) from where a superb views of Himalayas, and sunrise/sunset views can be observed. Then next day we make our camp at Chauki. Likewise, next day we trek along the way to Nagarkot(2020m), the best vantage point for mountains and sunrise and sunset views.

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Trekking Destination : Chisopani - Nagarkot
Group Size : Min.1, Max. 9
Trek Grade : Easy
Max. altitude : 2100m.
Trek Departure : Daily September To December and February to May.
Types Of Trek : Tea House trek (Lodge trek) or Tented camp trek.
Total Tour : 4 days (Kathmandu – Kathmandu).
Walking Hour : Approximately 4 – 6 hours each day.

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It was the cold afternoon in the Manang Valley, 15th February 1992, when I saw a trekking Troup getting back their way for not daring to cross the THORONG PASS. On the very moment, from the same Troup, there came an American MR. MICHEL who seems to be wondering, finding the way to cross it. I went near by him, and once he asked me if i could cross the Pass or if i could help him crossing it. "YES i can" that was my short and instantly returned answer to him. Seems like he was a bit more interested...

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