Tsho Rolpa Lake, the biggest glacial lake in Nepal is situated between the Everest and Langtang region
The Rolwaling Valley trek at Daldung La Pass is one of the best treks in the remote and virgin terrain of the Rolwaling region. Nestled between the beautiful Langtang region in the west and the Everest region in the east, it resembles a gem of nature.
Most of the major trekking routes in Nepal have it all figured out; Easy trail, perfect accommodation, tea house, and much more. However, these convenient treks have their own drawbacks. Inconveniences like traffic on the way can be a major down-off while trekking. For this, here we present to you the Rolwaling Valley Trek with Daldung La Pass, a low-slung route that sees very little footprint and winds through the remote, virgin terrain of Rolwaling.
Rolling Valley Trek along Daldung La Pass is a trek that will blow your mind. Mountain views and village landscapes shared with cultural delights and rural lifestyles are integrated into discoveries that are unforgettable for any length of time. Several aerial suspension bridges help to cross the canyons. The best summit views can be obtained at the high alpine section of the Daldung La pass (3900m), and then the route rises more steadily.
Our journey to Rolwaling Valley begins with an 8/9 hour drive from Kathmandu to Chechet. The Rolwaling region is located northeast of Kathmandu, which is located in the south of Tibet. From Chechet, we pass through dense forests through Sherpa settlements and remote villages and terrains.
Our rolling trek itinerary includes a traverse of the unexpected Daldung La Pass. The pass is hardly trodden and the panoramic view of the mountains from the pass makes it even better. This trail offers a great view of Gauri-Shankar on the peak (7,145 m) named after the mythological Hindu couple Shiva and Parvati.
This valley of the Rolwaling is aptly referred to by the Sherpas as “The Grave or Furrow” – due to the geography of the Rolwaling River, it is buried deep beneath the windswept ice in this unusual east-west valley. Rolwaling is considered one of the eight sacred, hidden valleys of the Himalayan region, said to protect the Beyul, mountain gods.
Rolwaling Valley, apart from its beautiful scenery, diverse geography, and religious values; This region alone has produced many world-class Sherpas who hold history and records in the world of mountaineering.
There are many strange and legendary stories about this valley, from where the ancestors of the present Sherpas came. It is also believed to be the home of the infamous Yeti.
Day 01: Arrive at Kathmandu (1350m)
Day 02: Exploration of Kathmandu and trek preparation
Day 03: Drive to Chechet and trek to Simigaun (2,036m) 7/8 hrs
Day 04: Trek to Chusa (3,378m) 5/6 hrs
Day 05: Trek to Chotar via Dalung La Pass (3,940m) 5/6 hrs
Day 06: Trek to Beding (3,790m) 5/6 hrs
Day 07: Rest day at Beding (we can just stroll through the village)
Day 08: Trek to Na (4,200m) 3/4 hrs
Day 09: Trek to Tso Rolpa (4,600m) and retrace back to Na 2/3 hrs
Day 10: Trek to Kyalche (We retrace our trek following the standard route
Day 11: Trek to Simigaun (Trek to Simigaun following the Rolwaling Khola) 5/6 hrs
Day 12: Drive back to Kathmandu (1,350m) 7/8 hrs
Day 13: Departure from Kathmandu
Join us on the Rolwaling Valley Trek in 2022/2023
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