Dolpo has a lot to offer for adventure seeker, such as; Trekking, Skiing, Rock climbing, Kayaking, Peak Climbing, and Mountain Biking.
Today’s blog we pedal in Mountain biking in Dolpo.
Nepal’s most off the beaten place and ‘Beyul’ hidden valley Dolpo is often compared to the fabled Himalayan valley of Shangri-La. Cut off from the rest of the world on the edge of the Tibetan Plateau, some places of Dolpo comprises the highest human settlement in the world. Beside the trekking in Dolpo and peak climbing in Dolpo, Mountain Biking in Dolpo is another adventure activity which takes you in one of the highest Altitude Mountain Biking in the world.
The natural beauty of Dolpo is incomparable to any other places. There are several places in Dolpo to gather different tastes of nature and culture in its best usual states. As we step in Dolpo we can distinctly see the natural and cultural diversity within very close strides. When we pedal through the trails we feel the natural existence of the earthly beings and experience the eternal happiness with the virginity of the places and its habitats. MTB in Dolpo is blended with experiencing the cultural, natural and adventurous taste.
Dolpo is home to an endless network of ancient salt trails that were once used by caravans carrying salt from the Tibetan plateau to the lower land. Our epic adventure mountain biking in Dolpo trip immerse in to Dolpo highland valleys to the corner of Dhaulagiri and in the lap of Annapurna along the world’s deepest valley, carved by the wild waters of the Kali Gandaki river between the two giant mountains Annapurna and Dhaulagiri to Jomsom Mustang.
Mountain biking in Dolpo is an enthralling adventure trip in Nepal. Upper Dolpo’s treeless barren landscape, flat valleys beneath the sky and vegetation dessert area is a perfect location for MTB lovers to pedals in this spectacular single track trails landscape. The Upper Dolpo’s strange and mesmerizing beauties are the invaluable rewards during your MTB rides such as stunning views of delightful barren landscape, sparse populated villages, sacred mountains, long-abandoned river gorges, flat and high altitude valleys, and magnificent views of snowcapped peaks and mountains, and dramatic high altitude Himalayan ranges.