Trekking and Peak Climbing in Nepal is undeniably the greatest pleasure and joy for any hiker in the world. It’s unlike anything elsewhere with unspoiled classic trails, stunning landforms, and remote settlements. You can observe an identical scenic vista with glistening mountain ranges from the top of the mountain peaks.
The Himalayas symbolizes trekker’s nirvana with a series of mountains accessible for a trek. One such gem is Himlung Himal, more often acknowledged as Nemjung. The Himlung expedition is one of the lesser-known adventures, waiting for its share of recognition.
It is located in the Northwest region of central Nepal, at an elevation of 7,140 meters. The peak itself rests above a Tibetan village, known as Phu. People from different ethnic backgrounds, including the Sherpa and Gurung community, reside here.
Himlung expedition is the most complete and exciting mountain trek for thrill-seekers. Split into low and high routes, climbers will get to explore rich vegetation, wildlife, and dazzling landscapes in high mountain regions.
Every scale above the lower hills brings new challenges and more breathtaking views. Himlung Expedition kicks off with a full day city tour of Kathmandu and a short drive to Bhulbhule.
From Bhulbhule, we pass several villages, cross suspension bridges and walk through rising stone stairs to arrive at Tal. We then follow the trail on the west bank of the river and proceed to Dharapani.
Over the course of time, we'll traverse through forest and ascend stone huts in Sighing to arrive at Kyang. After almost a week of trekking, we’ll reach Phu where you can find a dry-stone wall that is proclaimed to be as old as 800 years.
At Himlung Base Camp, we’ll make all the needed preparations to summit Himlung. Following the instructions of guide and pro mountaineers, we’ll make a steady move towards the peak. For altitude acclimatization, we’ll spend a few days, ascending and descending the trails before attaining the highest point.
From there we’ll follow the same trail as before and climb down to Koto. Finally, we’ll take a two-day drive to and from Besisahar and roll up to Kathmandu.