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Definitely doable in 1 day. I took too much water, keep in mind that there are places to buy water and food throughout the trip (especially 1st half). Had a fantastic stop on Chisapani for coffee and lunch. Also the last part has great views. Some of the jungle parts had lots of flying bugs, also watch out as there are leeches.

One of the best place overnight hike around Kathmandu Valley. Your hike begins from North side of Kathmandu valley Sundarjal, on the trail you will be able to witness sources of fresh water, beautiful tamang (ethnic group) village and their culture, variation on vegetation with gain in elevation, and majestic Himalayan range before reaching destination. Also, during morning you will be welcomed with beautiful sunrise. You can also take another route from North of Kathmandu, from Muhan Pokhari, Budhanilkantha to avoid construction, where you can experience green vegetation, orchid, and if lucky some wild animals. let us know if you are searching for trip details with guide at trekinhimalayas3@gmail.com

Magnificent! Changing view quickly. Many road works just before so dusty enough! Expenses a bit expensive only to cross (1050 nr per person). Arrival in the soothing park and complete return in nature! Beautiful trails, almost nobody when we went there, mature trees and beautiful shady places to rest. Steps in impressive quantity! Nice time before diving in Kathmandu, especially after 20 days trekking in Langtang, Gosaikunda and Helambu.

Nice little hour long hike through a beautiful forest with very little traffic. Highly recommend.

hiking
Wednesday, September 07, 2016

We did an overnight hike up to Chisapani on this trail. Stunning views from Chisapani and along most of the trail. It was a pretty relentless incline and much of it was stairs made from rocks. Very rewarding though. The hike up passed through a few national park checkpoints (with fees) and farmlands. Chisapani, like much of the surrounding area, was hit hard by the 2015 earthquake. Many of the hotels are in pieces, but a few were still operating. We hadn't planned the trip in advance, but on a whim joined some others. Very glad we did.

hiking
11 months ago