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Rolwaling Trek

Rolwaling Trek

Group size: 

1 Max 12


5,755m/Tashi Lapche pass

Trip Grade:

You will be walking for 6-8 hours per day or longer at very high altitude with tough daily ascend and descend to around 500-1000 m. Strenuous treks also involve remote, wild environment with extreme weather at times and availability of only few facility, perhaps for extended periods. You will also be trekking on minor trails and difficult terrain including snow or scrambling sections and are therefore required to have a high level of physical fitness along with the optimal level of experience and positive attitude.



Best Season: 



Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner


Twin Shared Basis


This valley is simply known as the grave valley because of its site - buried down amid steep ice giants. Rolwaling Valley lies within Langtang and Everest ranges & one of the key highlights of this challenging trek is that you can sight both the mountain ranges of Everest and Langtang at once from this particular region.

The explorers will be also be delighted with fascinating views of the grandiose ranges of Rolwaling Himal which includes Mount Gauri Shankar (7134 m & 23475 feet), Mount Melungtse (7181 m) and Mount Melungtse II (7023 m) - which is inside Tibet with 50 additional peaks over 6000 m.

Rolwaling Trek is fully dedicated for the purpose to see the picturesque views of exotic nature & the cultural beauty of Nepal. Locals and people around believe that this Rolwaling Valley is home of famous “Yeti”, yet to be confirmed by the researchers. Trekking to the Rolwaling Valley is a full camping trek which begins from Bahrabise (800 m) north-east side of Kathmandu nearby China/Tibet border. This trekking tracks passes by harsh and threatening Himalaya’s route, so it is not easy going as for family trekking. 

We will be hiking to Khare, Jagat, Simigaun, Daldung La, Bending (which is the main town of this area) and to the Na village on the next day. We will also be doing a day hike to Tso Rolpa Lake (4550 m), then back to Na village again. After reaching Na village, we will be moving downward from Rolwaling valley to Tashi Lapcha Pass. This trek is not that easy going as only a few explorers had thrived because of the mountainous and rocky terrain of Nepal & China (Tibet).

So, one must need technical ascending experience and some mountaineering skills/knowledge.

On this trek, some other scenic views are also of the Mount Melungtse (7181 m), Mount Tashi Lapcha and Mount Dorjee Lakpa. After crossing through the rugged glacier, we then reach Tashi Lapcha Pass (5755 m). We will carry on to pass the trail, then descends to Thame village – the birthplace of famous mountaineer and Sherpa Tenzing Norgay, which is in the Khumbu Valley. In this Khumbu valley, there are lots of Sherpa communities where you can have firsthand experience of their culture and livelihood.

This Rolwaling region is a home to some around 58000 people, the largest group being are Tamangs followed by Sherpa’s and Chettris. On the trail, you will be spotting beautiful waterfalls, Tso Rolpa Lake, monasteries, and mind-blowing beautiful landscapes.

Our GHHT (Ganesh Himal Hiking Team) provides you with well-equipped gear, best facilities, and skilled guides and porters – so that you can achieve your trek with ease in this difficult and remote trekking area. For further information about trekking to the Rolwaling Valley, please feel free to email or contact us.


FAQ's and Notes

When to book this Trip ?

The flawless seasons for touring/trekking is in spring (March-May) and autumn (September-November). One can travel in winter if you are well adapted to cold. We strongly recommend you not to trek on monsoon in June, July, and August because of heavy rains & extremely blazing heat in the afternoon.

How kind of food is served during the trek ?

We serve food rich in proteins, carbohydrates and highly nutritious hygienic nourishing food - vital while trekking.

During the trek - all the meals i.e. breakfast, lunch, and dinner are provided inclusive in our package. The trek leader will be taking you to the clean hotels/restaurants for lunch on the way to your destination. In cities, either breakfast or dinner is included.

Vegan foods are also availabale.

How safe is stream water ?

Stream water is completely safe but we suggest you to carry water purification pills (chlorine tablets) or water filters to purify the water. If you prefer to drink packaged bottled mineral water, you will easily get in shops or tea houses on your own expense.

How about my luggage ?

Our porters will carry your major luggage while you carry a backpack with items very handy while trekking such as water bottle, towel, tissue or toilet paper, camera or any other stuff which you feel is necessary.

Gears and clothes not necessary can be left in the hotel safe deposit box properly locked without any extra charge. Domestic airlines of Nepal does not allow more than 15 kilograms including your hand baggage. If your baggage exceeds more than 15 kg, an extra charge can cover that up.

The porter will be carrying up to 12 kg luggage of each trekker.

What is the group Size or crew members ?

We Ganesh Himal Hiking team arrange most of the treks with a minimum of 2 clients to a maximum of 8 in a group. The larger group we will be divided accordingly.

What about guides ?

We provide honest, well experienced first aid certified, altitude sickness trained trekking guides who will be handling all your issues on the trip. All our staffs are very cordial and sincere. While trekking in a bigger group i.e. more than 6 people - an additional guide will be accompanied and the group also can be split according to the number of people in the group.

Is there any personal expenses on the Trek ?

Well, not that much but depends upon how you manage your expenses. Our package includes the cost of accommodation and meals during your trek as mentioned in the itinerary. Besides that, you are liable to pay for additional meals, table drinks, snacks, hot showers (accessible in some places), alcoholic drinks, meals (around US $ 5-7), extra accommodation in Kathmandu, tips for driver, guide and porters, etc.

Tips to the guides, porter or any other members is not mandatory but feel free to tip them if you are satisfied with their service.

How about trekking gears or other equipment ?

Trekking gears are readily available in the stores of major cities like Kathmandu and Pokhara at a very reasonable price. Down jacket & sleeping bags can also be hired with a minimal charge per day. Thus, you don’t have to buy it from your hometown.

But if already have it and have no issues bringing it, please feel free to bring it.

What would a usual day on a trek be like ?

Each and every day gives pleasant suprises and rewarding experience. Each day differs according to the itinerary or schedule, or the place you are trekking.

Normally, you are required to trek for 4-6 hours each day. We start our trek after breakfast and stop for the lunch. We trek for 3-4 hours after lunch to reach our destination. If we reach our destination in afternoon, you can spend rest of the hours relaxing, take shower or just wander around.

How about Airport Pickup and Drop Off ?

After booking, a representative of Ganesh Himal Hiking Team will pick you up from the airport on your scheduled landing time. You can spot GHHT member outside the exit terminal. If you have booked the hotel by yourself, please let us know in advance, so that we can drop you at your respective hotel.

We also pick and drop you from domestic airport. On your departure day, we will also see you off.

Can I customize the Itinerary ?

Our itinerary has been carefully designed by our operation manager which is very pragmatic & includes the high altitude acclimatizing. These days includes your arrival day, departure and sightseeing Kathmandu. It also has an extra day which allows flexibility to adjust the delay or cancellation of flight due to sudden changes in the Himalayan weather.

If you would like to extend more days or lessen some, we surely can do that as per your wish.

How do you deal with emergency situations ?

Our tour guide and trek leader will make sure that each and every one of you is well taken care of in emergency situations. If by chance anyone gets sick during the trek, we will take you to the nearest hospital as soon as possible. For serious conditions – we will use the rescue helicopter expenses being carried out by the insurance company. We suggest you get insured for up to 6000 meters.

Please go thoroughly what’s covered and not in the insurance policy.

Booking and Payment:

After confirming or booking the trip – all we need is the copy of the passport, insurance policy, and the international flight details (ticket). Then, a 20% advance deposit is required for any trip, trek or expedition which is not refundable - used for reservations of hotels and lodges according to the itinerary. The remaining balance is due when you arrive at Kathmandu and can be paid by any means convenient to you. We prefer payment via cash (to avoid any extra service charge) but bank transfer, credit cards, western union, and pay pal are also the accepted form of payments.

What if flight is delayed from ?

Only domestic mountain flight is only available from Kathmandu to Lukla and sometimes the flight might be delayed or canceled due to unforeseen adverse Himalaya weather condition.

This is the reason we have kept an extra day in the itinerary to cover up such situations. In case the flight is canceled for 2 or more days, we will charter a helicopter to make sure that you reach on the scheduled flight to your destination. The expense for this service will be carried out by the insurance company. The helicopter charter cost is in between the US $ 500 to $ 3500 depending upon the number of people in the flight.


Hotel & Lodges

Accommodation in Himalayan Countries While Tour/Trek

Included in the Price

  • All the transportation between airport and hotel

    2 nights in a 3-star hotel in Kathmandu (Hotel Tashidharke inn or any other hotel of similar standard)

    13 nights in standard lodges/tea houses during the trek

    Welcome and farewell dinners

    All accommodation and meals during the stay in the trek

    All domestic flight fares and airport taxes

    An experienced English speaking guide and one porter for 2 persons each of the group

    All necessary paperwork and permits (National park permit, TIMS)

    All government and local taxes


Not Included in the Price

  • Nepal Visa fee (bring accurate USD cash and two passport photographs)

    International airfare to and from Kathmandu

    Excess baggage charges

    Extra night accommodation in Kathmandu because of early arrival, late departure, early return from mountain (due to any reason) than the scheduled itinerary

    Lunch and evening meals in Kathmandu (and also in the case of early return from mountain than the scheduled itinerary)

    Travel and rescue insurance

    Personal expenses (phone calls, laundry, bar bills, battery recharge, extra porters, bottle or boiled water, shower etc)

    Tips for guides and porters

Fixed Departures - 2018

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 Feb 14th YES
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 March 8th YES
 March 14th YES
 March 19th YES
 March 28th YES
 April 2nd YES
 April 9th YES
 April 15th YES
 April 22nd YES
 3rd May YES
 17th May YES
 20th May YES
 27th May YES
 14th June YES
 23rd June YES
 6th July YES
 28th July YES
 4th August YES
 17th August YES
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 8th September YES
 12th September YES
 17th September YES
 22nd September YES
 28th September YES
 4th October YES
 9th October YES
 14th October YES
 19th October YES
 29th October YES
 6th November YES
 11th November YES
 18th November YES
 5th December YES
 16th December YES

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