- Rich cultural and natural exposure to the locals and their daily livelihood in the highlands.
- Biggest Glacier lake in Nepal - Tsho Rolpa Lake.
- Trek to the hidden valleys of Nepal Rolwaling Valley.
- Mind Blowing landscapes throughout the trek to Tsho Rolpa.
- Magnificent waterfalls and suspension bridges over high current rivers.
The Tsho Rolpa Lake trek is one of the most underrated and short treks in Nepal which is easily accessible from Kathmandu. ‘’Tsho’’ translates to the lake in the native language, and the full name of the lake is Tsho Rolpa which means Lake Rolpa. This trek takes you to some of the most wonderful and scenic places you’ve ever been. Tsho Rolpa is the biggest glacier lake present in Nepal and the trail that leads to the ultimate destination is the most beautiful part. Nepal upholds some of the most fascinating and luxurious trekking experiences as it is the sanctuary of the highest mountain in the world Mt. Everest with a skyscraping height of 8848.86 m above sea level. The trail puts you through the lush rhododendron forest and warm people. Tsho Rolpa Lake lies inside the Gaurishankar conservation area also known as the Rolwaling valley. Rolwaling region is one of the hidden valleys of Nepal that lies in east-central Nepal along the Tibet border also close to the Solukhumbu region. The Tsho Rolpa Lake trek is the most rewarding as it takes you to beautiful villages, forests, and ultimately the biggest glacier lake in Nepal.
Spectacular Tsho Rolpa lake is below the beautiful mountains surrounded by glorious vistas. Situated at an altitude of 4,580 m above sea level the lake gives an absolute view of the surroundings and the entire valley. The trek takes you through scenic roads besides strong rivers and wonderful waterfalls all along the way. During the spring season, the forest blushes as the rhododendron blooms and sprinkles its vibrant color all over the place. The Tsho Rolpa Lake trek is one of the most adored treks by locals and tourists as it is also a gateway to an exclusive trekking experience in Nepal. This trek allows the more adventurous to access the Tashi Lapcha Pass (5,750m/18,875ft) which is one of the high passes in Nepal. This trek not only takes you to the stunning lake but also gives you insight into the tradition, lifestyle, and a new perspective on the beauty hidden in unexpected places.
This trek is perfect for you if you want to explore a new place but have limited time and are new to trekking. You can complete this trek within just six to seven days from Kathmandu. This trek is relatively easy than other treks however, you need some hiking or trekking experience as you will go to higher elevations above 3,000m. Having some hiking knowledge will be helpful during the trek. It is a comfortable trek as you can find cozy local lodges with basic amenities such as warm beds, good food, clean washrooms, and awe-spiring vistas all along the trail. The Tsho Rolpa trek is unique and different from other treks in Nepal with mind-boggling landscapes and uncrowded trails. The region is mostly isolated and untouched by the outside world which provides raw and unfiltered experience into the wild.
Tsho Rolpa Lake Trek Attractions
The trek is full of places and locations that will blow your mind with its raw beauty. This trek lies inside of the most beautiful and isolated valleys in Nepal - The Rolwaling Valley inside Gaurishankar Conservation Area (GCA). Nepal is home to numerous breathtaking mountains, valleys, and surprisingly lush plain land due to its unique geography and the Tsho Rolpa Lake trek is a great example of unique landscapes. Starting from the bustling capital of Nepal, Kathmandu to isolated and peaceful villages is a journey to remember and cherish. Amazing place for monsoon treks as the place is filled with native flora and fauna thriving especially in the monsoon season. The Tsho Rolpa Lake trek is ideal for all seasons whether it's for a monsoon trek, winter trek, or spring. Tsho Rolpa Lake is an excellent stepping stone to other, more ambitious treks in Nepal since it provides an introduction to the country's wild beauty and achievable challenges.
Hidden Rolwaling Valley
Nestled inside the Gaurishankar Conservation Area (GCA) also known as the Rolwaling Valley due to its high elevated mountains - Rolwaling Himal that includes Gaurishankar (7,134m) and Melungtse (7,181m) standing tall at an elevation of over 7,000m above sea level. The hidden valley lies inside the Dolakha district which is northeast of Kathmandu and is around 188 km far from Kathmandu city. To reach the starting point of the trek you will drive via Araniko highway to Charikot and end your drive journey to Chetchet/Choytchoyt. As you get closer to the valley the river gets clearer and the settlements get thinner and thinner. Far from the traffic lights and polluted city, you will get closer to the minimalistic and peaceful area. Once you enter into the valley you will get to see some of the most mesmerizing panorama and scenic waterfalls. Out of all the natural attractions you will see, waterfalls will be one of the highlights of this place. Hydropower, suspension bridges, lush green hills, and off-road are some parts of the journey you will surely enjoy.
Once you start going inside the valley you will be surrounded by the green hills and snow-capped mountains. Starting your journey from 2,000 m and finishing at an altitude above 4,500 m above sea level. Walking through villages such as Simi Gaun where you get to see the authentic village lifestyle, Dongang, and ultimately Na village with a mysterious yet self-explanatory place will keep you entertained and inspired. Along nature, you will get to see and observe the beast of the mountains such as yaks and highland cattle. People of this region have a strong belief system and are mostly Buddhist which you can tell by looking at large and vibrant murals on giant rocks and colorful prayer flags almost everywhere. Stone carvings and unique architectural designs are some of the many things to see and admire. As you are going to the highland of Nepal it is mandatory to mention the mountains that leave people breathless - quite literally. You will get a glimpse of Mt. Gaurishankar from Dongang and other peaks as you move forward.
Tsho Rolpa Lake
Tsho Rolpa Lake is located inside the Gaurishankar Conservation Area in the Dolakha district in Nepal. The massive glacier lake is located right at the catchment of the Rolwaling Khola (River). The total length of the lake is 3.5 km, covering an area of 1.6 km square with a maximum depth of 132 m. The Tsho Rolpa Lake is the biggest Glacier lake present in Nepal at an altitude of 4,580 m above sea level. To get to the top of the lake one must climb a steep trail which is quite challenging as it gets a bit windy past noon. As it is located at a high altitude it gives a spectacular view of the valley and mountains above 7,000m which include Gaurishankar (7,145m) and Menlungtse (7,181m). The lake is said to have risen steadily over the last five decades as a result of accelerated global warming. The lake itself is a big draw for hikers because of the serenity it brings to the mind and the soul. A loud whistle wind cuts through the stillness of the lake, adding to the water's natural beauty. It gets very windy past noon so you might as well carry yourself a warm clothing item. On top of the lake, you will find a teahouse where you can get yourself a warm cup of tea while you soak in the beauty. During the winter season, the lake is completely frozen which allows travelers/trekkers to walk over the lake and enjoy the view of the surroundings even more.
Waterfalls are everywhere on this trek and it is another major highlight of the Tsho Rolpa Lake trek. From the start of your trek to the end, you will get to see mesmerizing natural waterfalls pouring in incredible locations. As you drive to the start point of the trek you are accompanied by beautiful waterfalls from a distance which you can capture on your phones and cameras. During the trek, you will walk past small ones where you can take a natural shower. You can see a waterfall every 200m distance as there are so many. The sound of the pouring water will take you on a journey of tranquility and peace into the wild far from the concrete jungle. During the Tsho Rolpa Lake trek, you will come across waterfalls that can be accessible and others that are just available for your eyes as some are located high in the hills presenting their beauty from far. There are suspension bridges over the fierce river and some waterfalls which you will certainly enjoy during your walk to the highlands. To see the true beauty and potential of the falls monsoon trek is ideal as you will get to see how immense they can get. If you are into waterfalls then this trek surely will fascinate and awe-inspire you. The trail is full of the celestial waterfall which looks like the water is directly pouring from the sky. The journey to Tsho Rolpa is not just about the lake but the things that lie on the way.
Flora and Fauna
The varied topography of Nepal, which includes high mountains, vast plains, and rolling hills, creates the ideal environment for the country's abundant plant and animal life to flourish. The Gaurishankar Conservation area is a sanctuary for numerous native animals and vegetation which are unique and hard to find in other regions of Nepal. The Gaurishankar Conservation Area connects the two major national parks in Nepal i.e. Langtang National Park (LNP) and Sagarmatha National Park (SNP). The Gaurishankar conservation was declared the official conservation in 2010 by the government. The vegetation includes 16 major vegetation types some of which are Pinus Roxburgii, Schima Castanopsis, Alnus forest, Pinus Wallichiana forest, Pinus Patula forest, Rhododendron forest, Lower temperature Oak, Juniperus, moist alpine shrubs and more. Along with vegetation, you can also get to see some of the rare animals which include the Red Panda, Musk deer, Snow Leopard, Pangolin, Assamese monkey, Clouded leopard, gray wolf, and other majestic creatures. Also, this area is home to birds such as Impeyan Pheasant and Crimson Horned Pheasant along with other beautiful birds. Try not to get lost in the beauty while walking as it will certainly draw your attention.
Celestial Villages During the trek
During this trek, you will walk past villages and small hamlets which are full of authentic experiences that you can only get while traveling to the mountains. From Simi Gaun (Village) to Na village it is a journey to fully experience an untamed beauty of its own. Simi Gaun is the biggest settlement you will come across during the trek, which is located on top of the hill at an altitude of 2000m giving you a spectacular view of the hills surrounding the area. Traditional homes and fields of seasonal vegetation line the trekking trails, and the entire community exudes an atmosphere of authentic village life. The village is surrounded by lush green forests and as you slowly make your way up the mountains where the thick forest fades with little vegetation. There is a very thin settlement throughout the trail with limited lodging options at specific points. Similarly, Dongang is a popular stop for trekkers as it has a comfortable lodge right beside the river making it a perfect place to rest.
Another popular place is Beding which is the second-largest village and the last place where you can have access to electricity. In Beding there is a monastery that houses around 300 monks learning Buddhist doctrines. Last but not least, Na Village which is the last place you'll visit before getting to Tsho Rolpa Lake. The scenery here is very different from everywhere else. Most of the land is pastureland with yaks and highland animals, and there is only a small amount of suburban vegetation. Stone carvings and colored prayer flags show the Buddhist culture of the area. The view is very special. There's no power, but the beautiful scenery will make you forget that.
Drive to Chetchet, Hike to Simi Gaun
At. 07:00 AM: Get ready for a beautiful drive towards the starting point of your amazing trek to the biggest glacier lake Tsho Rolpa. Your driver and guide will pick you up from your hotel or given location and drive you to your today's destination - Chetchet (1,398m/4,586 ft).
The distance from Kathmandu to Chetchet is around 185 km, which you can cover in 6-7 hours depending on road conditions and traffic. You can have lunch on the way to restaurants and try local cuisines on the way. As the Tsho Rolpa Lake lies inside the Gaurishankar Conservation area you will enter your name before passing through the checkpoint for which your guide will help.
On the way, you will come across beautiful landscapes and waterfalls which will welcome you on the way. Once at Chetchet, you will start your trek to Simi Gaun (2,000m/6,562 ft). To access today’s destination you will have to cross a beautiful suspension bridge and climb steep stairs and a well-maintained trail. According to the season, you will see crops on the farmlands. Distance from Chectchet to Simi Gaun is just 2.5 KM which you can cover around 2-3 hours.
After you reach the local lodge you can rest your bags and explore the surroundings. Simi Gaun is a perfect place to do some exploring as the people are very approachable and the place itself is beautiful surrounded by the green hills. In the evening have dinner and rest well for the next day. Overnight at a comfortable local lodge.
Trek to Dongang
At 08:00 AM: Have breakfast at the hotel and get ready for a peaceful trek to your today’s destination Dongang. The Distance between Simi Gaun is around 9 KM which will take around 5-6 hours to cover. The trail follows uphill stairs and a distinguished trail beside the Rolwaling River. Throughout the way, you will listen to the peaceful sound of the river and birds chirping in the woods. Before you reach your destination you will come across a small waterfall where you can cool your body during the summer season.
Dongang is a beautiful place beside a gurgling Rolwaling river and a peaceful lush green forest. It is a popular stop for travelers, trekkers, and porters as this place provides an amazing vibe and a great place to rest. Once you reach Dongang, rest your bags at the lodges and rest. As mentioned the lodges are sited right beside the river giving you an amazing view and vibe. In the evening, have dinner at the local lodge and rest well.
Trek to Beding
At 08:00 AM: Wake up early and start your morning with a warm cup of water and a great view of the greenery. Before you move forward, have breakfast and start your trek toward the beautiful village of Beding. The trail is full of mind-blowing landscapes, peaceful trails, a few challenging stairs, and mesmerizing waterfalls. On the way, you will cross a few bridges over a powerful river marking its territory. As you get closer to Beding the landscape slowly changes with fewer trees and more open pasture land with giant hills surrounding you. You will cross a huge suspension bridge right before entering the Beding area, which is a unique experience to get.
The distance between Dongang to Beding is 10 Km which will take around 7-8 hours. As you get closer to your destination you will come to Rolwaling Sangag Cholig Monastery School. The monastery serves as a school and a religious site as it allows monks to study the doctrine of Buddhist teachings. In the morning you will get to see small monks rushing to the monastery in their traditional monk outfits. On the way to Beding, you will see giant scripture written in the region's native language on the wall / giant rock. Once you reach Beding, you will see beautiful small houses set under the massive hills and beside the beautiful river.
Rest your bags at the local teahouses and explore the area if you want to as the locals are friendly and approachable. However, do ask for their permission before taking any kind of photos and videos of the locals. Have dinner and rest well for the next day at a comfortable local lodge. Meal options are limited as it is a remote area but you can always enjoy the locally grown crops such as delicious organic potatoes.
Beding to Na Village, Explore Tsho Rolpa Lake
At. 07:30 AM: Today you will go to the most beautiful village in the entire trek and the final destination is the Tsho Rolpa Lake. Na village (4200 m / 13780 ft) is the most beautiful village that you will come across on this trek, the village is settled in a very unique landscape with mesmerizing views of the mountains.
Na Village is one of the most beautiful villages you will come across as the landscape is very unique with well-maintained trails and traditional houses along the beautiful pastureland. The path leading to the village is very peaceful and looks straight out of some magical movie. Along the way, you will be accompanied by small waterfalls and seasonal vegetation that includes vibrant flowers. Once you reach the settlement you will also get to see domesticated animals such as yaks and highland cattle grazing from a distance.
The distance between Beding to Na Village is 6 Km which you can come in around 2-3 hours as the trail is easy and enjoyable. Once you reach Na Village, rest your bags at the local lodge, have breakfast, and move towards the glorious Tsho Rolpa Lake (4,580m/15,026ft). The distance from Na Village to Tsho Rolpa Lake is around 6 KM which you can cover in 2-3 hours. You can see the base of the lake from a distance but it is quite far than it looks due to its twisted trail. Before you reach the lake you will have to walk through a steep trail which can be a bit challenging as the wind gets stronger pass noon. Watch your steps and be careful.
Once at the Tsho Rolpa Lake, you will witness one of the most beautiful lakes enclosed by giant mountains and mesmerizing views. You can also visit Dudh Kunda if you wish, which is around 4 km far from Tsho Rolpa Lake. The trek to Dudh Kunda is optional which is a small lake above Tsho Rolpa Lake. Soak in the beauty of the lakes and explore the surroundings, have tea beside the huge lake at the teahouse, and make your way back to the village just in time for lunch. Overnight at a comfortable lodge in Na village (There is no direct electricity facility in the village only solar-powered lights.)
Trek to Dongang
At. 08:00 AM: Get ready and make your way back to Dongang but before that stop by Beding for breakfast. Today’s trail is more competitively easy than other days as you will follow mostly the downhill trail. The distance between Na Village to Dongang is around 16 km which you can cover in 5-7 hours as the trail is downhill and it's easier to descend than to ascend.
Once you reach Beding, rest your bags for a while and enjoy your breakfast. Move forward toward Dongang, you will return from the same trail as you first came from. You will cross through small hamlets and amazing waterfalls along the way. You may also encounter native flora and fauna which will surprise and amaze you with their beauty and rareness. The silence of monotonous walking is broken by the sound of chirping birds and crushing leaves under your feet. You might come across locals greeting you with a smile on their faces and warm charisma.
The landscape slowly changes as you get to the lower altitude from empty pastureland to lush forest. You will reach your destination just in time for lunch, rest your bags and explore the beautiful area and enjoy your leisure time playing cards, relaxing, and soaking up the peace. Overnight at the local lodge in Dongang.
Trek to Chetchet
At 08:00 AM: Today is the last day of your trek as you will walk up to the last stop of your trek which is Chetchet. Before heading to your destination, have breakfast at the lodge and start walking. Today's trail has both ascend and descend but mostly descend which makes today's trek relatively easier than before. You will pass through Surmuche and Simi Gaun as you walk downhill. The total distance between Dongang to Chetchet is around 12 km which you can cover in around 3-5 hours.
Start your trek after breakfast at the local lodge. Today's trek will lead you to ups and downs with breathtaking views of the surrounding. As you pass through the forest you will notice small streams and bridges on the way. Once you reach Simi Gaun you can stop for lunch and some rest before you move forward. From Simi Gaun it's all downhill/ stairs which you can cover in around 1-2 hours easily. At the end of the trek, there is a small waterfall where you can get refreshed and end your trek with a refreshing dip. What's more rewarding than a refreshing swimming session in a natural pool? Overnight at a comfortable local lodge. You can also choose to return to Kathmandu on the same day in the evening if you have a tight timetable or if you get to Chetchet more quickly which is optional.
Drive to Kathmandu
At. 08:00 AM: You can have breakfast at the local lodge or choose to have a better option of breakfast on the way to Kathmandu in Singati or Charikot. Your transportation will pick you up from Chetchet and drop you off at Kathmandu. The total distance from Chetchet to Kathmandu is 182 km which you can cover in 6-7 hours depending upon road conditions and traffic.
This ends your wonderful Tsho Rolpa Lake trek.
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High-altitude sickness: During the trek, you will walk through gorgeous valleys, traditional villages, and thrilling highlands above 3,000m elevation. Altitude sickness is unpredictable; it can happen to anyone despite being physically and mentally fit. As you gain altitude, the chances of getting altitude sickness also slightly increase. To avoid getting altitude sickness you should drink 5-6 lt water per/day and food with high carbohydrates. Strolling and acclimatizing decrease the chances of getting altitude sickness. Focus on your breathing and maintain your walking pace.
Do’s and Don’t:
Select the ideal time to travel.
Select a reputed trekking/ travel organization.&
Training and getting ready for any kind of situation are necessary.
Efficient packing is the key. (Nepal trekking gear checklist)
Carry all the necessary paperwork.
Maintaining body hydration is important while traveling to high elevations.
Having the proper personal gear makes your journey more enjoyable.
Respect the culture and people of the area.
Ask for permission before taking photos and videos of the locals.
Travel for experience and not for the sake of traveling.
Don’t litter, put trash in its place.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Where does the Tsho Rolpa Lake lie?
Tsho Rolpa Lake also known as Chho Rolpa is the biggest Glacier lake in Nepal located in Rolwaling Valley, in the Dolakha district. The lake is located at an altitude of 4,580 m above sea level. It occupies a total area of 1.65 square kilometers and is still growing.
How long does it take to complete the Tsho Rolpa Lake trek from Kathmandu?
It takes 6-7 days to complete the trek from Kathmandu to Kathmandu. The distance from Kathmandu to Chet Chet which is the starting point of the Tsho Rolpa Lake trek is around 188 km which takes 6-7 hours to cover. From Chetchet it takes 4-6 days to complete the entire trek and return to Kathmandu. You will cover 10 - 15 km per day which is 6-7 hours of walking daily. If you are an advanced trekker you can fish this trek in 3-4 days.
What kind of accommodation do I get during the trek?
The Tsho Rolpa Lake trek lies inside the Gaurishankar conservation area in the hidden valleys of Rolwaling. It is a competitively bit remote area meaning your access to facilities such as accommodations is limited and you will get local lodges and tea houses with basic amenities such as comfortable bedding, hygienic washroom, and good food during the trek.
Are there facilities such as electricity and Internet?
Yes, you can get electricity but once you pass the Beding you don't get electricity as there are no facilities for electricity. However, you can get solar-powered electricity from Na Village. You also get wifi at the local lodges which will cost extra as per the lodge policy.
How difficult is this trek and can a beginner trekker do this trek?
The Tsho Rolpa Lake trek is easier than other treks as it is one of the short treks which is easily accessible from Kathmandu and can be completed in 4 days if you are an advanced trekker. The trail is well-maintained and easily distinguished, however, some hiking experience will be beneficial for beginner trekkers other than this trek is easy to moderate with few challenging stairs on some parts.
What kind of food do we get during the trek?
You will get Nepali staple food (Dal, Bhat, and Tarkari) that includes rice, lentil soup, and vegetables according to availability. You can also have tortillas, pasta, and other foods depending upon the teahouse which will be different from what you get at a restaurant. Besides that, you can buy some snacks at the tea houses such as candies, chips, instant noodles, and even local snacks such as dried yak cheese.
What should I pack for trekking and should I take any kind of snacks/food with me?
Packing is an essential part of any travel journey and during trekking it is very important what you decide to take and not. For trekking, you should get all your trekking gear such as a good pair of trekking shoes, quick-drying t-shirts, comfortable stretchable pants, a hygiene kit, warm clothes, and so on. Regarding the snacks you can buy at the tea houses, however, your options are limited and are a bit pricey compared to other places.
Which is the best time to visit Tsho Rolpa Lake?
The Tsho Rolpa Lake trek is best done in two seasons which are spring and fall. Spring (March to May) when the entire trail is covered in beautiful rhododendron flowers makes the trek very enjoyable and special. Another best season is fall which is (September to November) this time of the year the lake is completely frozen and walking over the frozen lake is an exclusive experience you can get. Also the weather this time is spectacular and clear you will get an unobstructed view of the mountains and surrounding landscapes. Tsho Rolpa lake trek is also quite popular for monsoon trek as you get to see amazing waterfalls, and thriving flora, and fauna during the monsoon time.
What is the maximum altitude of this trek and is high altitude sickness a concern during the trek?
You will start your trek from 1,400m (Kathmandu) and end at a maximum elevation of 4,580m (Tsho Rolpa Lake) above sea level. Although the altitude seems a lot you will acclimatize and get used to the high altitude slowly. You will stay at Simi Gaun which is at (2,000m) and then at Dongang (2,790m), Beding (3,721m), and finally in Na Village (3,943m) before going to Tsho Rolpa Lake. The chances of getting high altitude slightly increase above 2,500m but with proper acclimatization and other precautions it's rare to get altitude success.
How to avoid high altitude sickness?
High altitude sickness is unpredictable although you are physically and mentally fit and fine the chances are low but never zero. To avoid getting altitude sickness one should acclimatize before going to higher elevations, drink plenty of water (4-5 lt/day), avoid alcoholic drinks, and cigarettes, have high carbohydrate foods, and have a positive mindset.
A private transfer from Kathmandu to Chetchet and Chechet to Kathmandu. (4WD Jeep)
Local lodge or tea house accommodation during the trek.
Daily breakfast throughout the trip.
Lunch and dinner from trek start day to trek end day.
All necessary papers work. (National Park Entry Permits and TIMS Card)
An English-speaking, government-licensed, and experienced trek guide.
A well-equipped first aid kit (Carried by the guide).
One local SIM card (returnable) during your stay.
All government and local taxes.
Guide’s salary, food, and accommodation.
Arrangement of emergency helicopter service which will be paid for by your traveler’s insurance company.
Sleeping bags, duffle bags, and trekking route maps – if necessary.
Travel health insurance. (Highly Recommended)
Tips for the guide, porter, and driver. (Recommended)
Sweet things like dessert/chocolate.
All alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks.
Hot showers/batteries charge/heater/mineral water during the trek.
Any other expenses which are not mentioned in the included section.
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