Rowling trek info
Rowling trekking region is non tourist and unspoiled trekking destination of Nepal. Rolwaling trek has a unique environment, exceptionally rich in bio-diversity that makes rolwaling region one of the finest touristic destinations. Main attraction of Rowling treks are the panoramic view of snow capped mountain of Himalayas like Mt. Everest, Melungtse, Gauri Shankar, Pharchamo, Ramdung, Langtang, Jugal Himal and Tso Rolpa Lake. Rolwaling trek provides cultural experience of remote Rowling region including various flora and fauna. Rolwaling is one of Nepal’s finest high mountain valleys west of the Solu Khumhu south of Tibet. Rolwaing treks follow the remote and beautiful parts including picturesque Sherpa, Tamang and Chhetri villages and terraced fields, dense gloomy forest.
Rowling trekking is easily accessible from Kathmandu by bus to Barabise or charikot then continue trekking in Rolwaling region. Main trekking trails of Rolwaling region are Rolwaling valley trek, Panch pokhari trek, Kalinchowk trek, Tashi Lapcha pass trek, Bhairav kunda, Sailung trekking etc. Rolwaling valley is one of the most remote, mysterious and fascinating places of Rolwaling treks. Most of the Rowling trekking requires good health and physical condition with previous walking experience. Rolwaling trekking is one of the strenuous treks that take you into the wilderness of Nepal, Nestled between Langtang and Everest trekking region. Most popular trekking trails of Rolwaling region are Rolwaling valley trek, Kalinchok and Panch pokhari trek.
Rolwaling trek leads remote trail from where you can explore real Nepalese, tradition lifestyle similar to Tibetan. The walk follows through interesting landscapes, different rural and traditional villages from lower elevation Hindu area and higher elevation Buddhist settlements. All Rowling region trails are listed below; there is not tea house facility available all treks operated in camping basic only. Remember us to arrange rolwaling trek any time in season. If you need more information or interested to trek in this region fell free to contact us.