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The Chisopani Kathmandu Valley Hike offers trekkers of all ages and fitness levels the chance to experience the stunning snow-capped Himalayas – all within an hour of Kathmandu city and the tourist centre of Thamel!


This day trip is perfect for those with a limited time schedule. The Chisopani trek takes you from the valley floor to a maximum altitude of 2,420m through subtropical forests and ethnic Tamang villages.


Chisopani is famous for its unobstructed sunset and sunrise views over the Himalayas and rich local flora and fauna.


Check out the detailed itinerary for more information and please don’t feel shy about asking us questions!


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  • Destination

  • Departure

    Thamel, Kathmandu
  • Departure Time

    Please arrive by 7 AM for a departure at 7:30 AM.
  • Return Time

    Approximately 6:30 PM.
  • Dress Code

    Casual, comfortable athletic clothing, hat and light jacket.
  • Included

    Applicable permits and park fees
    Experienced guide
    Land Transportation
  • Not Included

    8 nights accommodation
    Airplane transport
    Airport pick up and drop off
    Daily 90-minute yoga class
    Emergency evacuation and rerouting
    Manta and whale shark snorkeling
    Personal expenses
    Snorkeling with turtles
    Soft and hard drinks
    Sunset dolphin cruise
    Support staff
    Travel insurance
    Water Transport

March to May is one of the best times to trek with lots of flowers in bloom, especially rhododendrons in the mountains. While the sky may not be crystal clear as during the autumn months, it is the second busiest season for trekking and mountaineering.


June to August are wet but the mountains and hills are covered with lush, full green forests and vegetation. The daily cloud coverage means that mountain views are not guaranteed but as very few people travel during this time it can present the perfect opportunity for people to explore the trails and nature in quiet.


September to November are the busiest trekking months due to predictable weather and mostly clear skies. The mountain views are spectacular but the most popular trails can become quite busy.


The winter months of December to February are good to trek due to the clean skies and the reduced number of trekkers. However, you should be prepared for cold temperatures.

Our guides are trained in First Aid and have significant experience in trekking this and many other routes throughout Nepal. Safety is our foremost priority and our staff will be available for any issues, and alert to any symptoms of illness,v that may come up.


Altitude problems, Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS), can be life threatening and can occur at any point above 3000m. Our trip itinerary has been designed specifically to allow you to have enough time to acclimatise to the altitude as our height increases. Our guides are very experienced and will act in accordance with the seriousness of any mountain sickness suffered. The easiest and best remedy for AMS is to descend quickly, so never ignore the symptoms and please talk to your guide or leader if you feel unwell. They are trained to manage the logistics and assess the situation continually to make sure that you have a safe trip and enjoy yourself.

It is strongly advised that you arrive in Nepal at least 1 full day before the intended start date of your trek. This will give you the opportunity to allow for any jetlag and to obtain any additional items you may require in the numerous trekking and climbing supply shops in Kathmandu.

An airport pick up and hotel on arrival can be arranged easily for you if you wish and we will be on hand to assist you in picking up any items you need or want and to arrange tours of Kathmandu’s numerous cultural sites.

Guest Lodges, sometimes called Teahouses, along the way provide good accommodation and a considerable choice of well-prepared meals. However, it is advisable to bring your own sleeping bag, as during the high season, bedding can be in short supply and it can get very cold at the higher altitudes.

A private jeep/car transport is arranged for your departure and return and can take from 1-2 hours depending on the designated start/ finish point. For those on a tighter budget or wishing to experience a more ‘local’ trip you can utilise the local bus transport instead.

Trekking in the Kathmandu Valley offers beautiful views of the Himalayan mountains such as Ganesh Himal, Langtang, Gauri Shanker and even the Everest mountain range on clear days. It offers the chance to get an idea of typical Nepal countryside life and ethnic culture. It is best suited for those who are travelling with children or do not have enough time for longer treks.


Day 1: Kathmandu to Chisopani (2215m)

Leaving Thamel (tourist area of Kathmandu) we drive by private car (45 mins) / local bus to the town of Sundarijal. From here we have a 3-hour climb through beautiful subtropical forests and Tamang villages until reaching Mulkharka.

Day 2: Chisopani to Kathmandu

We rise early to take in the splendid unobstructed view of the sunrise over the Himalayas. After breakfast, we climb down through terraced fields and local villages before taking the car/bus back to Kathmandu city.

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Nature Treks Himalaya

Nature Treks Himalayas is a locally run adventure and nature organisation in Nepal run by highly experienced, knowledgeable and reliable experts. They embody the highest standard of service and safety is their first priority.


Their Social Focus

To preserve the natural diversity of the wildlife, birds, people and mountains of Nepal, Tibet and Bhutan through socially responsible travel and immersive experiences.



An active member of the: -Trekking Agencies’ Association of Nepal (TAAN); -The International Ecotourism Society; -Nepal River Conservation Trust; and -Bird Conservation Nepal.

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