Tsho Rolpa Lake Trek is a standout amongst the least visited trekking courses situated in the Rolwaling locale which takes you to the biggest cold lake in Nepal, Tsho Rolpa. In spite of the fact that a neighbor to the most acclaimed trekking goals, Everest district, Tsho Rolpa stays remote and peaceful in the entirety of its brilliance. Aside from the perfect lake Tsho Rolpa itself, the trek includes a ceaseless display of Gaurishankar Himal (7134m) adding magnificence to the trek. The remote trek to Tsho Rolpa Lake might challenge, however it is loaded with stunning aspects of nature to make it an excursion worth heading for.
The Tsho Rolpa Lake Trek starts from Dolakha, close Charikot, an eight-hour drive from Kathmandu. The trail moves along the Tama Koshi River generally of the trek and furthermore pursues Rolwaling River on the upper areas. All through the trek, you will have a terrific vista of Gaurishankar Himal (7134m) as you stroll through the little settlements of Rolwaling valley. The feature of this trek, Tsho Rolpa Lake, is situated between little slopes and the encompassing mountains that influence the view to seem strange. Likewise, the peaceful condition around the lake makes the trek justified, despite all the trouble. Since the course takes you to the Tibetan outskirt side, a tremendous impact of Buddhism can be found in the zone. Be that as it may, we can see the way of life and way of life of Brahmin, Chhetri, and Sherpa individuals. The trek enables the trekkers to encounter the Sherpa culture of Rolwaling valley as it achieves the towns like Chhetchhet and Bedding. The trail is for the most part cascades, waterways, Mani dividers, rice fields, and glades cooperating to make the trek an essential adventure.
The fact of the Trek
Type of Trek
Trekking & Hiking
Moderate to Strenuous
Full board during the trek
3* Hotel in Kathmandu & lodges during the trek
Autumn ( Sep-Oct-Nov) & Spring (March-April-May)
Private 4W Vehicle
Major Attraction: Exploring the Tsho Rolpa Ice Lake, breathtaking scenery of terrace farmlands, panoramic snow covered soaring high Himalayan peaks, majority of Sherpa people and their own traditional culture, a historical place in Dolakha Bazar, beautiful and scenic Beding Village.