Rolwaling valley trek is in a wild remote mountain valley and magically nestled in the lap of GaurishankarHimal (7134m). Rolwaling valley is filled with pristine lakes and magnificent virgin snow-capped mountains ideal for climbing with the best quality ice in the world.
Less explored than most of Nepal’s other treks, this amazing Rolwaling Valley is in the Dolakha District in the northeast of Kathmandu bordering the Khumbu region to the east and Tibet to the north.
Rolwaling valley lies in the Gaurishankar conservation area which was established in 2010 covering an area of 2,179 square kilometers with diverse species of flora and fauna.
The main ethnic group in this valley is the Sherpas renowned for their high-altitude climbing wherein they follow Tibetan Buddhism.
Rolwaling valley is also considered a “Beyul’’ (sacred valley), a valley kept hidden by Padmasambhava (a prominent figure in Tibetan Buddhism) for his followers. This sacred valley is believed to be an abode of Shiva and Parbati known as mount Gaurishanker or “Tseringma'', a Sherpa’s goddess of vast spiritual power where you can feel the overwhelming presence of spirituality!
So, why wait for another trek! Enjoy your pristine journey to the crowd-less trekking trial and experience the Sherpa hospitality and explore the hidden valley of the Himalayas in a short span of time.