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Limi Valley

A confined valley located in Humla district (Karnali Zone) which is in the north-west Nepal. The Trans-Himalayan valley falls between the region of Nepal and Tibet ranging from the border of the Hilsa and Chang la. The beautiful valley is popularly known for the trekking and captivates huge crowd of tourist.

Limi Valley Valley holds three parts in the banks of the Karnali River. They are: Til village which is 4100 elevated towards the west and is closer to the Tibet- China Valley, Jhang towards east and is 3930 m extended to the other side of the Burang, Halji village which is extended to 3700 m and is the biggest valley of all and is located in between. Being located in the mystic Himalayan sides the valley has short- summers days and snowed winters and has meager rainfall conditions.

Limi valley is most remote part of Humla district is a high narrow mountain valley inhabited by Tibetan speaking people. The valley comprises of three villages, Jhang, Halji and Til, two along the main river and one a short way up of its tributary. Limi Valley links to Simikot via Nyalu pass, to Hilsa via Manepeme, and to Tibet via Labch la pass.

People in Limi valley are the follower of Tibetan Buddhism, and Drikung Kagyu Thubten Rinchenling Monastery (known as Haliji Gompa), located in the Halji village is the spiritual center of the Limi Valley.

Animals like Zo, Yak, Sheep, Goats and horses are embossed and flocked to the various grasslands according to the seasons; also, the animals are widely used for accruing the meat, tents, ropes, sacks, rugs, ropes, quilts, etc. But there were much stuff that could not be obtained locally like flour, salt. The people are seen involved in the wooden handicraft, handmade goods and newly trend Trading and commerce. Due to the lack of facilities and remoteness of the valley, many things remain the same and the villagers are ensuring the old systems.

Himalayan Companion’s Limi Valley Trek and Humla Circuit Trek are the wonderful treks to explore and discover this mystic valley of West Nepal. And have successfully attracted many foreigners. The trek begins from the Nepalgunj to Simikot via flight and then by simikot the trek starts .The trekkers get across the traditional culture, the wildlife and spots animals like Yak, Blue sheep, mules, barking deer, wolves, Marmots, snow leopards etc.  The wildlife and nature In Limi has been strictly protected by the Nepal government and chargers special permits and charges which tends be very difficult to acquire. The tourist also crossed many ancient monuments like the salt trading, religious temples in the border of the China and Nepal. And gazes many Himalayan peaks like Mt. Saipal, Mt. Kailash, and Mt. Mendun.

 

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