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December 13, 2019

Venturing for Rolwaling Tashi Lapcha Pass Trek

Rolwaling Tashi Lapcha region: File photo

Rolwaling Tashi Lapcha Pass trek is off the beaten trek offered by snow dragon in the Himalayan region of Nepal where this trek becomes your mini-expedition.

You will have a golden opportunity to encounter raw nature in its finest attire, smiling to welcome you to kiss its snowy landscape forever to develop an attachment with it and experience a different moment of life below the naked sky and mountain peaks.

Rolwaling valley and Tashi lapcha pass
Rolwaling valley and Tashi Lapcha pass

Venturing to trek in the Rolwaling Tashi Lapcha Pass is all set against the mesmerizing snowy mountains and blue sky looking down upon you with a grin. Your momentary joy is doubled when you also hear the sound of Yak bells in the surroundings.

As you enter into the snow-covered hinterlands of this region, you get to know about the mystery of people of this place whose ancestors had migrated from Tibet to this place to escape from persecution and famine and to preserve their cultural heritage.

Tashi Lapcha pass
Tashi Lapcha pass

The icy region leads to the gigantic Khumbu region which is the home to Mt. Everest. Rolwaling is also the home to Gauri Shankar Mountain which is as high as 7134 meters. Many of the earlier climbers had mistaken this mountain as Mt Everest.

You will pass through rural villages where Yaks are found grazing peacefully and eventually get access to snow land. Then pass through the glacier to reach the Tashi Lapcha pass.

Namche bazar comes after a few days which is the capital of Sherpa indigenous tribes where you will be welcomed by the aroma of hot coffee and apple pie. Then follows your return to Kathmandu from Lukla airport.

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