Jun 20, 2024

New trek route connecting bordering areas in India and China explored

New trek route connecting bordering areas in India and China explored

KATHMANDU, Feb 01:A new trek route connecting bordering areas in India and China has been identified and upgraded. The Earthbound Expedition Company scouted the new trek route correcting Khunuwa in Kapilvastu district with Rasuwagadhi in Rasuwa district.

The expedition company, organizing a press conference here on last Monday, launched the new trek route that links flatland area of the country with the mountainous region.

Expedition company's President Rajan Simkhadha shared that they researched and found out the new trek route with an objective to introduce Nepal's Terai terrain along with hilly and mountainous terrain. "Conventionally, trek route paints the picture of mountainous region. Hence, we have identified a new trek route which encompasses areas from Terai to mountainous areas that enables us to understand religion, culture, traditions and condition of the tourist destinations."

The route includes places like Taulihawa, Kapilvastu, Kudun, Jagadishpur Taal, Butwal, Masayam Hatiya, Tansen, Arya Bhangyang, Keladighat, Ghiring, Rishing, Damauli, Bandipur, Gorkha, Taribesi, Katunje, Melang, Salme, Gonga, Singlapas, Pangsing Pas, Somdang, Chilime and Kerung check point.

The trek route whose first stop is at situated at 60 meters above the sea level ends at the last stop at 4,080 meters, it was shared.

Famed American hiker Mike Obester was also part of the team who identified the new trek route who, during the press meet, confessed that there were many places to visit in Nepal which had hugely fascinated him.

The team discovering the new route shared that newly explored route was 440-km and it took them 17 days to finish the trek on this route.

A 20 to 25 days of package could be made for the new trek. Simkhada believed that the new route could contribute to rural economy of Nepal for it covers nine districts of 3 provinces of the country.

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