The Solukhumbhu is home to the Sagarmartha National Park, aka it is the Everest region. While trekking and climbing is the usual business here, mountain biking is relatively new and mostly unexplored. Thus,this trip in the lower regions of Everest has huge potential for discovering and testing radical new single tracks and exciting downhills through alpine forests
If you’re short on time, but want to experience Nepal’s unique culture and hit the trails for a taste of what mountain biking can be like in Nepal, the Kathmandu Valley Rides trip is for you. Packed within a short number of days, you can experience the chaotic wonder that is Kathmandu
“Discover the rebirth of the classic Annapurna circuit on bike … …”
The Annapurna circuit is a classic Himalayan favorite of trekkers, but new road development has given this old route a rebirth for mountain bikers…and what a rebirth it is! The new trails offer fast riding on dirt jeep roads mixed in with technical single tracks still used by trekkers.
Explore the mysterious land of the Lo Kingdom…..
The former Kingdom of Lo situated high in the Himalayas of Nepal bordering with Tibet represents a landscape and culture unlike any other. The people of Lo are ethnically Tibetan and they have lived for hundreds of years amongst acrid cliffs covered in mysterious man made caves containing archaeological secrets dating back to at least 2000 years
“Explore the best of mountain biking in Nepal”
This trip blends the best of mountain biking in Nepal today. Exciting single tracks are in urban and remote areas with preserved unique cultures amidst `stunning scenery. We begin our trip exploring the urban and rural jungles of Kathmandu including rides around bustling streets in traditional Newari communities, ancient handcrafted palaces of Kathmandu or Patan Durbar Squares and through the forests of the hills that surround Kathmandu.
“Explore Manang and the highest lake in the world”
This trip journeys into the heart of Manang, a region that borders Tibet in the middle of Nepal’s Himalayan mountain range. Beginning close to sea level at 760m elevation, this trip climbs to almost 5000m (4160m elevation gain!) when we reach the highest lake in the world, Tilicho lake. The route follows the start of the classic Annapurna circuit, but branches towards Tilicho after the main town of Manang.