Tsum Valley Trek


Tsum valley as the area is called, was yet to reap benefits from its immense tourism prospects. The area was opened for group trekking on October 17,2007, but because of lack of information and promotion, the valley was yet reap any benefits from its tourism prospects.Realising this fact, Trekking Agencies’ Association of Nepal (TAAN)in association with Nepal Tourism Board(NTB),Nepal Trust for Nature Conservation(NTNC)and Tsum Welfare Committee(TWC)organized ‘Tsum Valley Exploration’
campaign in May,2008. ‘Tsum’is derived from Tibetan word ‘Tsombo’which means vivid. Traditionally Tsum valley was culturally distinct geographical area called ‘Tsum Tso Chucksums’ which means thirteen provinces ruled as a single territory. The altitude in Tsum valley trek varies from 1905 in Lhokpa to over 593m at Ngula Dhojhyang Pass on the Tibetan border. The valley occupies an area of about 1663sq.km.The Hidden Valley is surrounded by the Baudha Himal and Himal Chuli to the west, Ganesh Himal to the south, and sringi Himal to the Norht.The valley includes two remote VDCs Chhekampar(UpperTsum)and Chumcht(Lower Tsum).Due to its remoteness, the ancient relics still seen.
People in Tsum Valley still practices polyandry system and they have unique culture, tradition and their own dialect. They celebrate unique festival like Lhosar, Dhacyhang, Saka Dawa, Faninig and others. Many Tsumbas(resident of Tsum Valley)report that they have seen or found the signs of Mehti,commonly referred as the ‘Yeti’ or ‘Abominable Snowman’




  Day 1    Arrival in Kathmandu
  Day 2   Drive to Arughat
  Day 3   Trek to Liding
  Day 4   Trek to Machha khola
  Day 5   Trek to Jagat 
  Day 6   Trek to Lokpa
  Day 7   Trek to Chumling
  Day 8   Trek to Chhokangaparo
  Day 9   Trek to Chhule-nile
  Day 10   Trek to Mu-Gumpa
  Day 11   Trek to Rachen Gumpa
  Day 12   Trek to Dhumje
  Day 13   Trek to Gumba Lungdang
  Day 14   Trek to Ripchet
  Day 15   Trek to Doban
  Day 16   Trek to Soti Khola
  Day 17   Trek to Arughat
  Day 18   Drive to kathmandu
  Day 19   Sightseeing Bhaktapur city
  Day 20   Departure TIA


  Day 1 Arrival in Kathmandu  
  Day 2 Drive to Arughat  (535m) 10 hours
  Day 3 Liding  (860m) 4 hours
  Day 4 Trek to Machhakhola  (930m) 5 hours
  Day 5 Trek to Dobhan  (1410m) 6 hours
  Day 6 Trek to Philim  (2040m) 5.5 hours
  Day 7 Trek to Chumling    (2363m) 3.5 hours
  Day 8 Trek to Chhokangparo  (3010m) 8 hours
  Day 9 Rest day at Chhokangparo  (3361m) 5 hours
  Day 10 Trek to Nile  (3700m) 3 hours
  Day 11 Trek to Bhajyo(Chhekya)  ( 3240m) 4.5 hours
  Day 12 Rest day at Bhajyo  
  Day 13 Trek to Ra Chhen Gompa  (3200m) 4 hours
  Day 14 Trek to Chumje   (2468m) 5 hours
  Day 15 Trek to Bihi  (1990m) 7 hours
  Day 16 Trek to Namrung   (2660m) 7 hours
  Day 17 Trek to Lho   (3180) 6 hours
  Day 18 Trek to Samagaun   (3525m) 5 hours
  Day 19 Trek to Samdo   (3860m) 5 hours
  Day 20 Trek to High Camp   (4460m) 5 hours
  Day 21 Trek to Bimtang   (3930m) 7 hours
  Day 22 Trek to Dharapani   (1920m) 8 hours
  Day 23 Trek to Ghermu    (1100m) 7 hours
  Day 24 Trek to Beshisahar   (760m) 8 hours
  Day 25 Drive to Kathmandu   (1300m) 6 hours
  Day 26 International departure.  




  • 2 nights Hotel in Kathmandu
  • Ktm-Pokhara flights fare
  • Guide,cook, kitchen staff ,porters
  • Trekker’s Information Management System (TIMS) fees
  • All ground transportation
  • Insurance for all staff and porters


  • International flight
  • Bar bills
  • Tips for staff and porters
  • travel insurance

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