Chepang Hill is a new trekking trail. This trekking trail offers us the opportunity to trek to the high hills and dwindling rivers. The trekking route has not yet been highly commercialized, that’s why the trail is less crowded. This trek will allow us to be part of a unique culture and tradition of Chepang people and study it at the micro-level.
On the other hand, we can enjoy some quality time in the hills and observe the exotic birds and animals the hills houses. This is perfect for those people, who are fond of soft trekking and want a break from the hectic schedule of city life. Chepangs are the indigenous people of Nepal. Backward and shy than the other ethnicity, the isolation has contributed to its culture and tradition to be very preserved and intact.
Day 1 :- Drive Kathmandu to Syabrubesi1,460 m./ 4,790 ft.
Day 2 :- Syabrubesi to Gatlang2,238 m./ 7,342 ft.
Day 3 :- Gatlang to Tatopani2,380 m./ 7,808 ft.
Day 4 :- Tatopani to Thuman2,238 m./ 7,342 ft.
Day 5 :- Thuman to Briddim2,239 m./ 7,345 ft.
Day 6 :- Briddim to Syabrubesi
Day 7 :- Drive to Kathmandu
💰 Budget : 7k – 8k
📈 Difficulty : Moderate
🏠 District : Rasuwa
⏰ Best Season : any time 😉
Experience a cultural trek in which you can learn about one of Nepal’s Tibetan-influenced hill tribes, and directly contribute to their rural economy
Luxuriate in the hot spring waters at Tatopani Stay in a local homestay in Briddim, to learn more about the Tamang people and their way of life
Enjoy spectacular views of Ganesh Himal, the Langtang Himalayas, and the Gosainkund range
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