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Himalayan Adventure Intl Treks & Expedition Ltd - Record
Name
Himalayan Adventure Intl Treks & Expedition Ltd
Acronym or short name
HAINTLTREK
Company name
Himalayan Adventure Intl Treks Pvt Ltd
Type
Hiking Club
Telephone
9803526139
Contact Person
Binod Karki
NIF. / CIF. / License
5731
Year activity was started
2020
Languages
English
Slogan
We would like to introduce Himalayan Adventure International Treks and Expedition P. Ltd. is a trekking agency registered under Nepal Government.
Address
Kathmandu, Budhanikantha, himalayanadventureintl
Town
Kathmandu
Postal Code
44600
E-mail (Contact electronic address)
Web page.
https://www.himalayanadventureintl.com/
Web page. 2
https://www.himalayanadventureintl.com/blog/
Location
Nepal

Himalayan Adventure Intl Treks & Expedition Ltd - Introduction
The Helambu Valley Trek in Nepal is a good trek for people who want to spend few time in Nepal. It is 8-days trekking that starts from Kathmandu itself but is can do in 5–6 days. The trailhead starts from Sundarijal and goes through Chisopani, Hyolmo, Kutumsang, Magin Goth, Tharepati, Malemchigaun, Nakota and Hyolmo, Tarke Gyang. There are two options one is the footpath via Sermathang or the bus route via Kiul Takpa Kharka. Kashi Both ways ultimately meet at Melamchi, where you can take a bus back to Kathmandu. Another variation is the reverse of this trek. The maximum height reached during the trekking is about 3650 m.

The Helambu Valley Trek starts from Sundarijal 1390 m from the north-east corner of Kathmandu Valley. The trails begin west of Sundarijal at the end of the auto road, where the big water pipe comes out of the hills. There is now a daily jeep service from Sundarijal to Pati Bhanjyang. To trekking begin at the bus park in Sundarijal and the large water pipe. Cross under the pipe proceeds along with its west side much of the way is upstairs, continue. Climb through wet subtropical forest to an oak forest in Mulkharkha 1,896 m, in an hour. This is a scattered Tamang village with lodges and a view of Kathmandu Valley behind you. Don’t walk the next area alone, as there have been rare instances of attacks north of Mulkharkha. The trail continues up, first in the open country and then in oak forest, often in a small gully, and enters Shivpuri watershed and wildlife research area after passing an army station. The trails ascend to a pass Burlang Bhanjyang 2438 m with houses and lodges and below it on the north side in 2 hours. This pass marks the Shivapuri ridges of the Kathmandu Valley. Walking through the pleasant oak forest, past some houses and lodge on the left, Chisapani to a flat portion where another trail joins from the right and a road crosses Ina clear weather there is a good view of the Himalaya to the north and in the spring rhododendrons bloom. The trail continues to descend through open farmland to reach Pati Bhanjyan 1768 m, sitting in a saddle 13/4 hours from the Burling Bhanjyang. There are lodges and a police check post here. There are two routes. One continues along the general ridge system heading north and eventually descend east to the Sherpa village of Melamchi Ghyanng. The ridge route goes much higher than another route and others may be snow on its upper portions in the late winter or early spring. There are no permanent villages between Khutumsang and Melamchi Ghyang on this route, but leaving Khutumsang during the morning reach Tharepati, where there are lodges. 
Information updated by Himalayan Adventure Intl Treks & Expedition Ltd. at 23/12/2020

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