Mountain Bike Tour in Nepal

Mountain Bike Tour in Nepal! Tour Operator in Nepal

Mountian Biking tour in Nepal! Nepal Mountain Bike tour!

Nepal offers a great diversity of terrain with a varied climate from the pleasant scenic rides of the tropical plains of Terai to the subtropical valleys of the middle mountains, to the more challenging Trans Himalayan zones that lie in the rain shadow of the Himalayas. About 48% of Nepal's population lives in the middle mountains, which includes the broad shallow basin of the Kathmandu Valley.

The inhabitant's form a diversity of ethnic groups, a blend of the Indo-Aryan and the Tibeto-Burman races. The only flat lands in Nepal run from the east to west and lie in a narrow strip of the southern Terai.

Mountain BikingNepal is the world's number one adventure playground for mountain bikers. From the flat lands of the Terai to the terraced hillside farms, the vertical landscape soars towards the snow clad peaks of the Himalayas, inviting you to share the adventure of this awesome landscape. The tropical lush vegetation is a rich contrast against the stark, arctic regions where winds have swept, sculpting amazing forms on arid valleys of the Tibetan plateau. Discover yourself in one of the world's greatest wonders by joining us on an exhilarating and memorable biking adventure in the Himalayas. Mountain biking is a tremendous way to see the exotic sights of our country such as the ancient routes of Trans-Himalayan Traders and the rural village life of Nepal. You will enjoy the timeless culture and rich flora and fauna of our heritage as you explore such wonders as the Kathmandu Valley, the monuments or the temple complexes. Alternatively pedal at your own pace along some of the hidden trails to the rarely visited rural villages where you will see the warm smiles of locals living the preserved, traditional and simple life (on the verge of poverty, long forgotten in the post industrial cultures of the world), that is the style of Nepal.

 

Mountain Bike tour No 1

Day 1: Arrive in Kathmandu and transferred to Hotel
Day 2: Kathmandu -Sitapaila -Raniban -Kathmandu (35km)
Day 3: Kathmandu -Nagi Gompa -Mulkharka (22km)
Day 4: Mulkharka to Chisopani (21km)
Day 5: Chisopani -Bhote Chaur -Nagarkot (25km)
Day 6: Nagarkot -Changu Narayan -Bhaktapur -Nagarkot Loop (25km)
Day 7: Nagarkot -Ratemate -The last Resort (75km)
Day 8: The last Resort -Tibet -The Last Resort (32km)
Day 9: The Last Resort to Dhulikhel (68km)
Day 10: Dhulikhel -Namobuddha Loop -Dhulikhel (28km)
Day 11: Dhulikhel to Lakhure Bhanjang (25km)
Day 12: Lakhure Bhanjang - Lubi-Godhavari (30km)
Day 13: Godhavari -Bungamati -Kathmandu (40km)
Day 14: Free day in Kathmandu
Day 15: Departure

Mountain Bike Tour No 2

Day 1: Arrive to Kathmandu and transferred to Hotel
Day 2: Bike to Teen Piplee and Tokha (20km)
Day 3: Kathmandu -Nagi Gompa -Mulkharka
Day 4: Mulkharka to Chisopani (21km)
Day 5: Chisopani -Bhote Chaur -Nagarkot
Day 6: Nagarkot -Ratemate -The last Resort (75km)
Day 7: The last Resort -Border -The Last Resort (32km)
Day 8: The Last Resort to Dhulikhel (68km)
Day 9: Dhulikhel to Lakhure Bhanjang -Kathmandu (45km)
Day 10: Departure

Mountain Bike tour No 3

This is a beautiful ride beginning in peaceful Pokhara, the entry point for Annapurna and bringing through the Himalayan foothills to Kathmandu. Along the way you will explore many Historical towns and villages. As you trace the route of the Himalayas you will be afforded spectacular views. This ride is for an intermediate level rider. It is certainly one of the most rewarding trips in Nepal.

Tour Itinerary:

Day 1: Arrive Katmandu and transferred to Hotel
Day 2: Kathmandu to Pokhara (200km) by bus
Day 3: Pokhara -Sarankot -Thulakhet -Lakeside via off road (45km)
Day 4: Lakeside to Kalikastan -Begnas (42km) 20min carrying
Day 5: Begnas to Rambazaar -Bhorletar -Damauli (53km)
Day 6: Damauli to Kalasti Khola -Lamte -Bhansar -Turture (58km)
Day 7: Turture to Kuikel-Chhepretar -Gorkha (37km)
Day 8: Gorkha to Arughat (42km)
Day 9: Arughat to Dhading Besi (40km)
Day 10: Dhading -Gulchi by bus then to-Trishuli (31km) by bike
Day 11: Trishuli to Kathmandu (57km)
Day 12: Kathmandu to Mulkharka (24km)
Day 13: Mulkharka to Nagarkot (37km)
Day 14: Nagarkot to Kathmandu via bhaktapur (36km)
Day 15: Transfer to Airport