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Trek Rimche - Sherpagaon

Hiking on the observation balcony

Petr Liška
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Trek Rimche - Sherpagaon
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Langtang Trek Part 14: On the last day of the trek, we recommend not returning with the same path down the valley through Bamboo, but up the top path through Sherpagaon. You will go through beautiful views and you will meet only a fraction of tourists opposite the lower road. The first part of the trekking day is a march to the picturesque Sherpagaon (2,550 m above sea level)

Exit from Rimche

The road from Rimche leads straight up the hill. Early in the morning, the whole valley is still in the shade. Looking back at Rimche

Exit from Rimche
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A view into the depths of the canyon

The path leads from the beginning about 200 meters above the bottom of the canyon. In Sherpagaon already 600 meters

A view into the depths of the canyon
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Scenic path over the canyon

The road leads along the Nepalese „contour line“, so still up and down. The canyon is still in the shade, but you can bask in the sun. The village of Thulo Syabru can already be seen on the horizon

Scenic path over the canyon
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Retrospect

The road leads the remains of a coniferous forest around the completed power line. The panoramas are nice, but not much changes during the march

Retrospect
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View of Thulo Syabru

On the other side of the valley below us on the rocky promontory is the village of Thulo Syabru. It is walked in the direction of Lake Gosaikunda

View of Thulo Syabru
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Sherpagaon in sight

After less than an hour and a half of walking, the very picturesque village of Sherpagaon with lots of terraced fields is in front of you.

Sherpagaon in sight
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Sherpagaon

There are several loggias in Sherpagaon. There is also a Bohemia loggia, supported by the Bohemia after the earthquake. We wanted to have at least tea here, but the lady was in the field and the loggia was closed.

Sherpagaon
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Fields in Sherpagaon

The fields are on a slope and it is probably the main thing that locals feed, because there are not many tourists, compared to the lower road. In any case, at least have some tea here and gather strength to continue the march to Khangjim, which is a more interesting stage than this

Fields in Sherpagaon
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