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Mountain Biking in Nepal allow you to explore diverse landscape of remote area where other means of transport have never reached. Mountain biking offers an environmentally sound way of exploring this magnificent country and its landscape and living legacy. There are millions of tracks which is very unique in nature with 10 out of 14 tallest mountains in the world. There are plenty of dirt roads and trails in Nepal to meet every mountain biker’s wildest fantasy. Mountain biking is always recommended if you wish to explore the urban parts of Nepal.

In Nepal you will ride through lush green rice fields, through hamlets, up and down the hillside, along the riverbank, around temples, past the street-roaming cattle, along the suspension bridge, along the highway.Through snow, monsoon downpour, wonderful light effect, or fierce head winds, depending on place and season. The adventurous souls may plan extended trips. You could even do the entire length of Nepal across the plains.

The Best Selected Mountain Biking Tour Destination in Nepal

1) Day Biking trip: Kathmandu (20-25 km):

Start & End: Thamel
Start from the nerve center of old Kathmandu, the Durbar Square, and wind your way up to holy Swayambhu, also known as the money temple. Then ride up and over ring road, to way, Kakani, and re-enter Kathmandu from the northwest corner through terraced farmland and hamlets abandoned by time. By evening end the biking trip and back to hotel for rest.

2) Day Biking trip: Bhaktapur (30-35 km):

Start & End: Thamel
Early morning frab the bike and start the riding begin at Thimi, the restored capital of Bhaktapur, and head up the tortuous road to Changu Narayan Temple and return via farming villages. Then head down to Pashupati along the bank of the Bagmati River, and finish up at a Buddhist shrine, the Bouddhanath Stupa. By evening end the biking trip and back to hotel for rest.

3) Day Biking trip: Patan (50-55 km):

Start & End: Thamel
Start in Patan, winding your way through the maze of alleys with ornately carved windows, taking in historical sites such as the Golden temple, Krishan temple, and Patan Durbar Square. Then head southeast past Ring Road to Panauti along a difficult off-road trail. Then return to Kathmandu via a paved road or the same trail. Alternatively, you could head off to Dakshin Kali or Godavari. Other outlying places popular with the enthusiasts are Nagarjuna, Nage Gompa, Tokha, Ichangu Narayan, Gomcha, Bungamati, Kakani, Dhulikhel and Nagarkot.

There are many more options if you are willing to take the time to find out and blaze your own trial.

by krishna on bhutan

this trip is the best and wonderful trip I have ever visited. I got lot of things to see and get lots of knowledge on culture and arts with technology too in Bhutan. This is very economic too.