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Rolwaling Trek Itinerary, Map, Cost 2021, Permit, Which Is Best Season For Rrolwaling Valley Trek?

Posted By: Simran Subba , June 2021

This amazing Rolwaling Valley trek in Nepal's Gaurishankar Conservation Area (GCA) is a fairly tough teahouse trek tucked between Langtang National Park and Mt. Everest. The Great Himalaya Trail passes through it. The Rolwaling Valley trip, which runs along to Tibet, is a somewhat less traveled and peaceful hiking path. The Rolwaling Valley's main community is Bedding, a Sherpa hamlet located three days' trek from Gonghar Khola. Although it is feasible to combine this journey with Everest crossing Tashi Lapcha La (5755m), completing this and another Pachermo Peak Climbing permit requires basic climbing expertise and excellent guides. Tsho Rolpa (4580 meters) is one of Nepal's largest glacier lakes.

Mt. Melungtse, Mt. TashiLapcha, Mt. Everest, Gauri Shankar, Pharcharmo, Ramdung, Langtang, JugalHimal, and Mt. DorjeLakpa can all be seen from the Rolwaling trek, which is located in the eastern portion of Nepal. There are also rivers, streams, and lakes to see, as well as a variety of flora and animals. Learn about the local people's culture and tradition, as well as the cuisine.

Rolwaling Trek Highlights

  1. Take a beautiful drive to Charikot.
  2. Visit Dolkha Bhimsen, a well-known Hindu temple.
  3. Experience a fusion of cultures from many ethnic groups.
  4. Rolwaling sherpa settlement with a view of Mt Gauri Shanker.
  5. Cross the Tashilapcha pass and touch the Tsho Rolpa Lake.
  6. Capture the Himalayan ranges of the Khumbu.

Rolwaling Trek Route Overview

The trip begins with a drive from Kathmandu to Barabise, after which you will hike via Kabre, Dolongsa, Bigu Gompa, Chilangka, Shalu, Simigaon, the Forest camp, Bedding, Na, Chetchet, Chetre, Dolakha, and Charikot before returning to Kathmandu.

In addition, after passing through the Rolwaling valley, descend to Thame village in the Khumbu area, which is the birthplace of Apa Sherpa, the world's most renowned Sherpa mountaineer, who has reached the summit of Mt. Everest 21 times. From 1990 until 2011, Apa Sherpa was the first to summit Mount Everest.

Rolwaling Trek Map

In addition, after passing through the Rolwaling valley, descend to Thame village in the Khumbu area, which is the birthplace of Apa Sherpa, the world's most renowned Sherpa mountaineer, who has reached the summit of Mt. Everest 21 times. From 1990 until 2011, Apa Sherpa was the first to summit Mount Everest.

Rolwaling Trek Difficulty

The most challenging hike in Nepal's Himalayas is the Rolwaling trek. This journey may, however, be completed by those in good health and physical condition. This is a challenging hike that necessitates prior trekking expertise.

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The Tashi Lapcha crossing, at 5,750 meters, is the most challenging pass on the Rolwaling valley trip. At high elevations, the rope must be fixed in numerous locations to cross narrow rocky paths and parts with snow crevasse, avalanches, and rockfalls.

Rolwaling Trek Altitude

The Rolwaling Valley walk reaches a maximum elevation of 5755 meters. To avoid altitude sickness on the route, acclimatization and frequent hydration are necessary. To keep energized throughout the journey, you'll need to walk at a slow speed. In addition, the rough landscape has a lot of rocky stairs.

Is Rolwaling Trek required Permits?

Gauri Shankar Conservation GCAP Permit which costs NPR 3000.00 per person is required for the Rolwaling trek. Although there is no checkpoint, a TIMS card is suggested for your and your guide's safety and security.

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Cost for the Rolwaling Trek, How much it cost for Rolwaling Trek?

Being one of the difficult and lengthy treks, the Rolwaling trek might have a high cost. The cost per person for this trek id $599 in average.

Best season for Rolwaling trek in Nepal    

Nepal trekking season is divided into two parts: after the fall and after the winter. The next month, from mid-September to mid-December, is considered the greatest hiking season in the Himalayas. During this time of year, the weather is comfortable, not too hot or chilly, and the mountain views are perfectly clear. There's a new great trekking season on the horizon. After the winter, when the sun gets warmer in the spring, hikers to the Himalayas may once again enjoy a pleasant temperature. Many various varieties of flowers bloom in Nepal during the spring season, both on trees and on the ground, and it is also the greatest time to hike up peaks for expeditions.

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The autumn season is regarded to be the greatest trekking season in Nepal. This trekking season in Nepal falls in September, October, and November. Excellent weather and enticing mountain vistas are available throughout this season. The weather is pleasant, making it an ideal time for hiking.

In Nepal, the spring season is also often regarded as the finest time to do trekking and mountain climbing. This season provides a diverse range of wild flora, including the flowering of huge rhododendrons over 3000m and a hunting paradise, making higher altitude walking more pleasant and fascinating. It is slightly warm at lower elevations and rather cool above 4000 meters, providing beautiful and great mountain views. This hiking season in Nepal occurs in March, April, and May.

Rolwaling Trek itinerary

The itinerary for your 21 days Rolwaling trek has been described below.

Day 1: Arrival in Kathmandu (1400 m)

Our agent will meet, welcome, and take you to your booked accommodation as you arrive at Kathmandu airport. Our representative will provide you with a pre-tour briefing. You can spend the remaining time resting and relaxing or strolling through Thamel's streets.

Kathmandu

Day 2: Drive from Kathmandu to Barabise (819 m), Driving Duration: 4 to 5 hours

You will begin the day with a nice drive down the Arniko Highway to Barabise after breakfast in the hotel. During the journey, you may be able to see lovely vistas of lush hills with rivers and streams. Due to its proximity to the Araniko Highway, Barabise is a well-developed community in comparison to other communities in the region. When you get at Barabise, check into the lodge and enjoy a meal.

Day 3: Hike from Barabise to Kabre (1605 m), Hiking Duration: 6 hours

After eating breakfast in Barabise, you will begin trekking today. You'll be walking through rice and mustard fields behind the town of Barabise. You'll reach a ridge at the end of the difficult walk, where you'll be able to enjoy wonderful views of the surrounding region as well as the Sun Koshi river.

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Day 4: Walk from Barabise to Kabre (1605 m), Hiking Duration: 6 hours

After breakfast, we will begin our journey to Dolongsa. You'll begin by strolling through tiny towns and Rhododendron groves. Many birds may be seen enjoying their surroundings during the trip.

Day 5: From Barabise to Kabre (1605 m), Hiking Duration: 6 hours

Today, you must go up a very high path to reach the pass (3320 m), which offers spectacular views of the Himalayas, including Mount Everest. Before descending through gorgeous woodland to the lone monastery of BiguGompa, you will have some opportunity to explore the Pass region and take in the sights.

Day 6: From Bigu Gompa to Chilangka (1923 m), Hiking Duration: 8 hours  

We start a route that descends till you reach SamlingKhola after you have your meal in BiguGompa. You will begin ascending after SamlingKhola in order to reach Chilangka.

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Day 7: From Chilangka to Kulong (1890 m), Hiking Duration: 7 hours

The majority of the day will be spent walking along the hillside, with occasional ascents and descents. You may see magnificent views of Gauri Shanker Himal from various portions of the trek (7145 m). Finally, the route leads to Kulong, where we will spend the night.

Day 8: Hike from Kulong to Shalu (1500 m), Hiking Duration: 6 hours

After breakfast in Kulong, you'll set off on a short hike to the town of Jagat, which is largely downhill. Along the Bhote Koshi River, the route will take you. In Jagat, you may relax, take in the breathtaking views, and learn about your guide's surroundings. It's a short hike upstream from Jagat to Shalu.

Day 9: From Shalu to Simigaon (2000 m), Hiking Duration: 7 hours

The journey begins with a leisurely stroll down the river till we reach the Bhote Koshi. From here, we ascend through a forest before joining the more open BhoteKoshi to the Simigoan path, which is steeper and more challenging. When you get to Simigaon, check into the Lodge and get some rest.

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Day 10: From Simigaon to Forest Camp (2800 m), Hiking Duration: 7 hours 

As we ascend higher, we will reach a lovely mixed woodland of moss and Rhododendron, which will begin the day with a brief tough ascent. The route next drops to our campground, which is just next to the Rolwaling River.

Day 11: Forest Camp to Beding (3694 m), Hiking Duration: 8 hours

After breakfast, you'll continue climbing through the forest until you reach the more open Rolwaling Valley. The valley leads to Ramdung and then to Beding, where we will stay the night. The Rolwaling Valley's major settlement is Being.

Day 12: Rest day at Beding

In Beding, it is your free day. You may spend the day wandering around the region and taking in the scenery of this unique and delightful blend of nature. This day may be used to take in Nepal's natural beauty and discover inner serenity while hiking in the mountains.

Day 13: From Beding to Na (4100 m), Hiking Duration: 7 hours

You will eat breakfast in Beding and then begin trekking to Na. Your walk today will be rather challenging because you must reach a higher height than the previous days. You may explore the heart while feeling the beauty of nature along the route. You'll keep trekking up the valley through the rhododendron woodland until you reach the summer town of Na.

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Day 14:  Rest day in Na (4100 m)

In Na, this is your acclimatization day. Because you gained height the day before, you may relax for a while. After some rest and relaxation, go hunting for Snow Partridge on the valley's upper slopes or visit the neighboring glacier.

Day 15: From Na to Forest Camp (2800 m), Hiking Duration: 7 hours

You will begin going back to the Forest Camp after finishing your breakfast in Na. You'll be descending through gorgeous trees the entire time.

Day 16: From Forest Camp to Chetchet (1500 m), Hiking Duration: 6 hours

To go to Simigaon today, we take a different path through the forest. The route falls sharply from Simigaon to the Bhote Koshi River. We will hike from the river to Chetchet, where we will spend the night.

Day 17: From Chetchet to Chetre (1100 m), Hiking Duration: 6 hours

Once finishing your breakfast in Chetchet, you will depart and go to Chetre. You'll pass through several intriguing medieval villages where you may learn about their culture and customs. In the villages, there are several opportunities to take pictures, allowing you to capture a once-in-a-lifetime moment.

Day 18: Walk from Chetre to Dolakha (950 m), Hiking Duration: 6 hours

You continue your journey today, going through the Tama Koshi valley. Before arriving in Dolakha, today's journey will take you past some stunning woods.

Day 19: Walk from Dolakha to Charikot (1200 m), Hiking Duration: 7 hours

After breakfast, you'll begin the day with a hard ascent to Charikot, the district headquarters for the Dolakha area. Internet connection, a hospital, high-class hotels other than tea houses, supermarkets, and many more amenities are available in Charikot. Take a stroll through the village to see how the inhabitants live in such a setting.

Day 20: Drive from Charikot to Kathmandu, Driving Duration: 6 hours

We drive back to Kathmandu after eating breakfast in Charikot. During the journey, you may take one final look at Nepal's beauty, and there will be a few stops along the route for drinks and lunch. Our agent will meet you at the airport and bring you to your accommodation in Kathmandu. In the evening, stroll around Thamel's streets and sample one of the various cuisines on offer, or simply enjoy your own.

Day 21: Departure day

It's your final day in Nepal today. After breakfast, our office representative will meet you at the hotel and transport you to the Tribhuwan airport in time to catch your flight to your next destination, based on your flight time. Have a safe voyage ahead of you.


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