Jumla Jomsom Trek is a month-long journey and it is suited to those adventure lovers who seek strenuous trekking in remote Himalayas of Nepal. This wonderful trek provides the full of adventure experience and cultural immersion. In the middle hills and the lower valley where we witnessing the people’s daily live rhythm with Hinduism, whilst in the high alpine valleys we will witness the people’s daily live rhythm with Bon and Tibetan Buddhism. Additionally, breath accelerating up hills and knee-jerking downhills are rewarded by wonderful vistas of neighboring and distant silver shining peaks and mountains.
Jumla is an ancient capital of Malla Dynasty and middle hill district of western Nepal. Jumla is hidden away in the foothills of Sisne Himalaya is the gateway to our Jumla Jomsom trek. Hinduism and Shamanism is most dominated religion in the Jumla.
Dolpo, synonymously known as ‘be yul’ ‘the Hidden Land’ blessed by a great magician and founder of Tibetan Buddhism ‘Guru Rinpoche’, is guarded by the high passes and mountains to the east, west, and south, bordering with Tibet to the North, the one of the most remote and sparsely populated region of Nepal. Closed until 1989, Dolpo is home to trans-Himalayan national park ‘Shey Phoksundo National park’, Phoksundo Lake, sacred mountains, sculpted gorges, jagged rocks, and rugged river valley, many species of flora and fauna, and friendly people.
We are offering three routes for ‘Jumla Jomsom Trek’ for the wilderness and high route seeker Jumla Jomsom trek-GHT high route via Rara Lake and Mugu valley to Upper Dolpo, classic route Jumla Jomsom Trek via Kagmara, Phoksundo Lake to Upper Dolpo and Jumla Somsom Trek via Rara Lake and Namlang River to Upper Dolpo.
All these three routes meet at Upper Dolpo and end to Kaligadanki valley capital ‘Jomsom’.