Kathmandu Valley Trek offering distant views of snowy mountains, and an idea of the typical Nepali countryside life and ethnic culture and religion of its inhabitants. Who are traveling with children’s, Family’s, students and do not have enough time for longer treks into the Nepal Himalaya, an Easy and Short this Kathmandu Rim Valley Trek is suitable for them. It is also called Chisopani, Nagarkot Trek. This short and easy trip offers you enjoying the real boon of nature being away from the hubbub of city and your interaction with the local people will add another experience.
Kathmandu Valley Trek starts an hour drive from capital city Kathmandu into the north-east to Sundarijal along the valley rim. The trail ascends from Sundarijal through the dam of Sundarijal, where the drinking water supply channel to the Kathmandu valley and it follows oak and rhododendron dense forest of Shivapuri National Park and Mulkharka villages, terraces. The Short and Easy Kathmandu Rim Valley Trekking offers you Langtang Himalayan Range in front of you and Far East many mountains including Mt. Everest on clear day, Manaslu and Annapurna range are visible during the good weather in west horizon. The village of Nagarkot is on the edge of the valley and offers superb views of the mountains as well as Kathmandu valley. Early sunrise view at Nagarkot is the most fascinating and mesmerizing for you. Then the most popular walk leads down from Nagarkot along a ridge to the oldest temple Changu Narayan-with views of Sankhu village to the right and Bhaktapur to the left. Explore around Bhaktapur Durbar Square is entire experience of your life time, with ancients temple, palace, art, tradition etc.
4 Days Kathmandu Rim Valley Trek is possible as camping trek too even there are available hotels and guest houses. It can be costmize in 3 days or 5 Days according to oyur requriments.Nepal Mother House Treks arrange this Kathmandu Valley Trek for you by expert Guide and other staff. This trip can do any time entire year due to easy access from Kathmandu.