Gaurishankar Rolwaling Valley Trek
Rolwaling Valley Trek is a beautiful valley connecting with Great Himalaya Trails. It offers magnificent mountain views of Gauri Shankar 7,145 meters and Dorje Lakpa 6966 meters. If you’re looking for a scenic trek in Nepal, the most beautiful and amazing place in the world, Rolling Valley trekking is for you! Tsho Rolpa is one of Nepal’s most famous glacial lakes
Rolwaling Valley trek itinerary connected two famous trekking destinations of the Everest region and Gaurishankar valley. the Rolwaling trek is a tremendously exciting journey compared to the other trekking region, and it leads through remote areas Tama Koshi and Sunkoshi rivers, breathtaking Valley views of Simi Gaun, Bedding and Na villages 3,690 m, East-West bottom Valley of Gauri Shankar Himal, one of the highest beautiful Tsho Rolpa lakes, largest Trading glacier, gorgeous wilderness area off the beaten combing trek.
One of the fascinating Rolwaling Valley trek 14 days leads you through stunning large trading glaciers, high snow passes through the Tashi Lepcha la pass, and the main charm of Tsho Rolpa lakes, which have been able to hold its eco-natural beauty and splendour intact lush landscape, hidden valleys, difficulty High Mountain passes along with gorges snow passes and beautiful snow-capped peaks, Gauri Shankar, Pachermo peak, and Ramdung peak.
Tsho Rolpa Lake:
Tsho Rolpa is a large lake in Rolwaling valley; it is a potentially dangerous glacial lake in Nepal that has been the subject of extensive research and monitoring for decades, with the Government of Nepal even placing it on its priority list in 1997. By 2000, mitigation activities had successfully reduced the lake’s level by 3 m, but the threat of an outburst still looms.
Climate Change Effect
In the Himalayan mountains of Nepal, glaciers have receded significantly and glacial lakes have grown in size as a result of climate change in the region. Therefore, it is always dangerous for the Rolwaling valleys area by the Tsho Rolpa glacial lake, as three or four smaller glacial lakes are already in a state of collapse.
Rolwaling valley trek difficulty:
The Rolwaling Valley Trek is a moderately difficult trek along the Great Himalaya Trail. High mountain technical passes and across the Tashi Lapcha pass 5,750 m. At high altitudes, several places have to fix the rope to cross narrow rocky trails and snow crevasses, avalanches, and rockfalls sections.
In addition, during the Rolwaling valley trek, after passing, down to Thame village, part of the Khumbu region which is the birthplace of Apa Sherpa, who holds the world record famous Sherpa mountaineer, who achieved the 21-time top of the world highs mt. Everest 8848m. He retired in 2011, and the Apa Sherpa was started climbing Mount Everest in 1990, Also the childhood home of Tenzing Norgay Sherpa who summits the first time to Mount Everest 1953 with Edmund Hillary, the Sherpa village lifestyle is unique, they live, and the unique culture that they have been treasuring since long is beautiful and adorable.
In the end: after the Thame trek to Namche Bazaar which is trails join with more Traffic Everest Base Camp Trek and Gokyo Valley Trek. If more than 14 days on the trek, enhance lead to Everest area trek Gokyo or Base Camp from Namche Bazaar. The 14-day Rolwaling trek ends in Lukla and your flight back to Kathmandu with your guide, the porters are the hike down to Jiri and back to Kathmandu by local bus.
There are only local bus transportations from Kathmandu to Jagat village, the bus departure only morning time at 6 am and 8 am. It takes 9 hours journey from Kathmandu. Nepal wilderness trekking team arranges well-camping gears, two men Tent, Dining Tent, Kitchen Tent, Toilet Tent, chair and dining table, High Mountain hygienic camping foods, Rope for difficult passes, well equipped for our porters, guide, cook, full insurance, and well-paid wage for our staff for the Rolwaling Valley Trek.
Best time for Rolwaling trekking
Rolwaling valley circuit trek is best done after the fall and after the winter. The following month, from mid-September to mid-December, is considered the peak hiking season in the Himalayas. This time of year the weather is comfortable, not too hot nor too cold, and the views of the mountains are absolutely stunning. It certainly looks like a new great trekking season is just around the corner. If the sun warms up in the spring in the Himalayas after the winter, hikers will once again be able to enjoy pleasant temperatures while exploring the mountains. It is during the spring season in Nepal that many beautiful kinds of flowers bloom, both on trees and on the ground, and it is also a great time to go on expeditions to hike up peaks.
Rolwaling valley trekking in Nepal is considered to be the most exciting during the autumn season. There are three trekking seasons in Nepal – September, October, and November. It is a very good season to go to the mountains because there is excellent weather and enticing views all year round. The weather is quite pleasant, making it an ideal time for hiking.
During the spring season, Nepal is often regarded as one of the finest times of the year for mountain climbing and trekking. During this season, there is a diverse range of wild flora, including the flowering of gigantic Rhododendrons above 3000m and a hunting paradise, which makes higher altitude walks more enjoyable and fascinating. Warm temperatures are found at lower elevations and cooler temperatures are found above 4000 meters, providing beautiful mountain views. Hiking season in Nepal Rolwaling valley takes place during the months of March, April, and May.