Mountain Biking in Nepal
Mountain biking in Nepal takes you through the rural villages at the valley rim on the back trails with some ups and downhill tracks offering you sufficient time to immerse in its peaceful and awe inspiring surrounding and its people.
Mountain biking in Nepal provides you varied day biking trips within Kathmandu Valley allows you to enjoy its hidden pockets rarely frequented by westerners thus giving you a chance to see the other back side of Kathmandu.Our other biking trips include City Tour with a difference biking to the famed popular historical,some of cultural heritage sires and medieval places of Kathmandu, Bhaktapur and Patan, viewpoint of Nagarkot and Kakani, the quiet sleepy and ancient trading town of Sankhu and Budhanilkantha with a back trails to Kathmandu (A day tour on the back road visiting rural areas Kathmandu-Bungmati-Chapagaon-Kathmandu.
Mountain biking in Nepal offers a diverse terrain and plenty of dirt roads to meet every mountain bikers dream and wildest fantasy. Mountain biking offers an environmentally sound way of exploring this magnificent country, its landscape and living heritage. You ride through lush green rice fields, through hamlets, up and down the hillside, along the river bank, around temples, past the street roaming cattle, along the highway on your bike. Because this is a Spartan, laborious mode of travel, it is also considered the way to travel by the purist.
Other than the isolated and rural hills Exploring through the urban cities like Pokhara and other outskirts is also a fun. Moreover we can also arrange mountain biking through the Western Nepal to Namche bazzar up to Tibet for the adventure seekers.
It was in the mid 1980s that Biking activity really took off in Kathmandu in the mid 1980s. Enthusiasts flew with their bikes from East Asia to Tibet to do a 2-week journey from there over the passes (17,000-ft) to Nepal. This landmark event put Nepal squarely in mountain
biker's map. Thus Kathmandu today is considered a Mecca for mountain bicyclists, drawing hundreds of enthusiasts from all corners of the world every year.