About Rolwaling Yalung Pass Trek
The Rolwaling to Yalung Pass trek stands out as a less-explored and enchanting route, offering a unique journey through the pristine landscapes of the Rolwaling Valley. Nestled northeast of Kathmandu and west of the Everest/Khumbu region, this Himalayan haven is adorned with the majestic Gaurishankar peak (7134m) and holds sacred significance for the local Buddhist community.
The name "Rolwaling," meaning 'valley carved by a plough,' captures the essence of this deep valley, characterized by tranquility and natural beauty. As you venture deeper, you'll encounter dense jungles until Beding, transitioning into a highland area with breathtaking views of the snow-capped peaks in both Nepal and Tibet. The trek takes you to the shores of Tsho Rolpa, Nepal's largest glacial lake in Nepal, surrounded by stunning landscapes that beckon adventurers and nature enthusiasts alike.
Upon completing the exploration of Rolwaling Valley, the journey continues with a challenging ascent to Yalung Pass (5310m). This section of the trek unveils gregarious landscapes devoid of human settlements, creating a wild and peaceful ambiance. Crossing Yalung Pass offers magnificent views of mountain ranges and boulder-strewn terrain, adding an adventurous touch to the trek.
Rolwaling Yalung Pass Trekking stands as a less-crowded trail in Nepal, weaving through remote towns in Rolwaling Valley and Khumbu Valley. Along the way, you'll be treated to breathtaking vistas of Mt. Gaurishankar, Jugal Himal, and the Rolwaling Himalaya range. For more information and to embark on this challenging yet rewarding trek, please contact Himalayan Ecological Trekking.