Insight: Tsho Rolpa Trekking And Panch Pokhari Trekking.

Going on a popular trek is too mainstream these days. Sometime it’s like walking in a busy street if you are trekking popular trek route during the season due to the excessive trek. So if you are looking for pristine mountains views, rich culture, adventure and of course less crowd then let’s check out two amazing trekking routes which is surprisingly  less crowded and less traveled.

Trek Less Traveled In Nepal: Tsho Rolpa And Panch Pokhari

1) Panch Pokhari Trek

Panch Pokhari

The 9th highest altitude wetland in the world, Panch Pokhari is situated in Sindhupalchok District of Nepal. Panch Pokhari, five sacred Hindu holy lakes situated within the laps of Jugal Himal  at an altitude of 4,100 m (13,500 ft).

Image:Google.com
Image:Google.com

Panch Pokhari is popular religious destination for Hindus and Buddhist pilgrimages. There are no proper places to take shelter in this trekking route. This is one of the most beautiful but unspoilt trekking route of Nepal. Mother nature welcomes you with stunning  views of Langtang Range, Jugal Himal, Rolwaling Himal and other snow-capped peaks.

2) Tsho Rolpa Lake Trail.

Tsho Rolpa or Chho Rolpa is one of the biggest glacial lakes in Nepal. Situated at Rolwaling Valley in Dolakha,  Tsho Rolpa which is at an altitude of 4,580 meters is barely explored route and is also popular for the tales of  “Yeti”.

Image: Explore Himalaya
Image: Explore Himalaya

Tsho Rolpa Lake is situated at majestic Rolwaling valley and it lies between the amazing Langtang Mountains Range and mighty Everest Mountains Range. One of the interesting fact about this glacier is that it is one of the most dangerous glacier of Nepal which is growing considerably and is always at security alert. Meanwhile, if you have more time and more energy, then you can even start your journey to ahead to cross the breathtaking Tashi Lapcha Pass.

 

 

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