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Mountain biking is a tremendous way to see the exotic sights of our kingdom such as the ancient routes of Trans-Himalayan Traders and the rural village life of Nepal. In Nepal you will enjoy the timeless culture and rich flora and fauna of our heritage as you explore such wonders as the Kathmandu Valley, the monuments or the temple complexes. Alternatively peddle at your own pace along some of the hidden trails to the rarely visited rural villages where you will see the warm smiles of locals living the preserved, traditional and simple life (on the verge of poverty, long forgotten in the post industrial cultures of the world), that is the style of Nepal.
Red Rose Travel, Tours and Treks P.Ltd. offers a challenging and pleasant scenic ride from the tropical plains of terai, mid-hills, mountainous terrain and its lush valleys to the arctic climate of the high alpine region. The only way to discover these hidden treasures and its warm ever-smiling people is on mountain bikes. Mountain biking is a great fun and a perfect way to discover Nepal's great diverse landscape, of tremendous terrain, tracks and trails. Where mountain bike takes you away from the hustle bustle of the city-town life into serene country life, on a hidden trail rarely visited area of local villages, its traditional rural life style that has preserved for centuries.
Around the Kathmandu valley the options for mountain biking are endless. You can challenge yourself on long, hilly rides out on the valley rim or just explore the many temples and Newari villages in the lower valley. Or for the less energetic you can have a strictly down hill tour. Exploring the area on a bike is a fantastic way to experience the local culture and way of life. It allows you to get off the beaten track and explore rural farming areas, National parks and Hill Stations. For long trips there are plenty of guest house scattered around the valley rim, so you can travel easily. You don’t have to bring your own bike; good quality front suspension mountain bikes can easily be hired from Kathmandu or Pokhara.
For the adrenaline seeker there is some really good down hill routes on offer around Kathmandu and Pohkara as well as a newly opened up heritage trail in Langtang to challenge your technical abilities. For the serious rider, there are also mountain bike races throughout the year that are open to foreigners. Please contact us for detail and information. we can tailor any mountain biking trip to suit your needs. Here is a taste of some excellent tours for your Trip.
Hyangla Namsari Tour: 4 Nights/5 Days
Day 01: Kathmandu-Nagarkot (38 km)
Breakfast at the Hotel; Move for the First Day of Cycling; Pass medieval town of Bhaktapur: Bhaktapur is an ancient city hugely occupied by Newari Culture and Tradition, an ancient city comprises of historically and archeologically rich temples and squares: Move towards Nagarkot along the black topped road; Move slowely climb 20km to Nagarkot passing steeply terraced rice fields and houses; Arrival at Nagarkot; Hotel Check In; Evening: Sunset View form Nagarkot View Tower; O/N
Day 02: Nagarkot - Namo Buddha- Dhulikhel (35 km)
Early Morning: Sunrise View from Nagarkot View Tower; Return to the Hotel; Breakfast; Ride Down Hill leaving the Nagarkot top to Nala-a typical Newari Village-passing some interesting Chetri and Brahmin Villages; Move towards Dhulikhel along a dirty trail climbing and descending small hills before reaching the holy Buddhist Site of Namo Buddha-according to legend it was here that Buddha, in a previous incarnation, fed his flesh to a hungry tigress as an offering, A stone statue marks the site; there is an active monastery on top of the hill-follow the picturesque view along tarmac and dirt roads back to Dhulikhel; Hotel Check In; O/N
Day 03: Namo Buddha-Pauwa - Timal Danda (36 km)
Breakfast at the Hotel; Move to Timal Danda-a place densly inhabited by Tamang People- First part of the riding up to Bhakunde Besi is fine pitched road; Start up hill along a dusty road to Timalcot-Famous for fantastic views of Himalyan range and Sun koshi river valley to north and south to Mahabharat range-Follow small up and downs; cross over many Tamang Village; Reach to Pauwa; O/N
Day 04: Pauwa-Dhulikhel (37 km)
Breakfast at the Hotel; Follow the trail that we passed the previous day and return to Timalkot; Descend along a dusty road to Panchal Valley; Cross a small river named Ghue Khola and Follow a small track of valley up to Tinpiple of Tamaghat; Move further up to Dhulikhel; O/N
Day 05: Dhulukhel-Kathmandu via Lubhu Sisneri (33 km)
Breakfast at the Hotel; Move to Panauti-Visit Indraswor Mahadev Temple (the oldest surviving temple found in Nepal that was supposed to be built in 1294 AD); Climb West and follow a small track along the Roshi River; Enter a narrow pristine valley and reach to Lakuri Bhanjyang; Move towards Sisnery and Paddle up to Kathmandu
WE CAN PREPARE ITINERARY AS PAR YOUR INTEREST LET US KNOW YOUR BUDGET AND TIME
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