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Bhairav Kunda Trek
Bhairav Kunda Trek is a divine trek towards the Northeast of the Kathmandu valley near the Tibetan border. It is an unexplored trekking destination of Nepal. Bhairav Kund is named after the destructive aspect of Lord Shiva (Bhairav). It is one of the sacred pilgrimage sites for Shamans and is visited by both Hindus and Buddhist devotees to pay homage and bathe away sins during every Bhadra Full Moon and is marked prime position in both Hindu and Buddhist religion. Along with its spiritual importance, this trekking trip is also adventurous and exciting. Various tourists also join the trek to explore the typical Nepali culture and view some of the incredible Himalayan range.
Bhairav Kunda trek offer picturesque view of Rolwaling range, Jugal Himal range and some of the Tibetan mountain as well. The trekking route is decorated with pristine nature, unspoiled culture, and majestic scenes of the Himalayan range. Bhairav Kunda is situated at an elevation about 4200 meters above sea level and is a famous Hindu pilgrimage of Nepal. Bhairav Kunda trekking trail offers a combination of rich cultural heritage, utmost beauty and biological and traditional diversity. The journey to Bhairav Kunda trekking starts from Jalbire and ends at Larche then drive back to Kathmandu. Throughout the trek, trekkers will get to see many small villages inhabited mainly by Newars, Gurungs, and Sherpa. The trek will also pass through the thick alpine forest mainly comprising Rhododendron and oak which is inhibited with many endangered animals like snow leopard, red panda, Himalayan black bear etc.
Day 01:Drive to Jalbire from kathmandu by bus/jeep
We will drive from Kathmandu and will head towards Jalbire. The trek will pass through Balephi valley which is magnificent and from here we drive further on a dirt road to Jalbire for about one hour upstream to our first night camp at Jalbire.
Day 02:Trek from Jalbire to Chanaute
Trek will pass through some small Tamang villages and a stunning waterfall. Chanaute is a small villages and home to Braman and Chettri people. Tonight we will camp by the school where we can relax and enjoy great mountain views!
Day 03:Trek to Khani Gaon
We will have about six hours of walking from Chanaute to Khani Gaon. This is a more challenging day’s walk, with some steep uphill on small walking trails. Khani Gaon is a Newar village, also known as Dalle Pokhari after its ‘cute lake’ tucked in a hollow near the school.
Day 04:Trek to Forest Camp
Today we get to relax, or explore the culture and tradition of this interesting and picturesque Newar Village. We have about 6 hours of walking today and while harder than previous days, it is a great chance to take in the truly beautiful forests of Nepal.
Day 05:Trek to Pati
Today also involves steep uphill climbing, ascending towards incredible views through pine and rhododendron forest. Having climbed for about 4 hours, we have plenty of time to relax when we reach Pati. We can enjoy taking in the glorious mountain views.
Day 06:Trek to Bhairab Kunda
This morning we have about a 1 hour walk up hill and then it levels out and we continue for about 2 ½ hours to our destination- Bhairav Kund.
Day 07:Trek to Sherpa Gaon Bagam
This morning trek is up early to catch the sunrise. After taking walk of 1 ½ hours to the top we are richly rewarded by magnificent views over Langtang, Jugal Himal Range, Rolwalling Range and the Tibetan Range.
After this awesome morning treat we will trek down steeply for about 6 hours through stunning forest to Sherpa Goan.
Day 08:Visit Chagam Woman Monastery and village exploration
Trek will walk forward for village exploration and will visit Chagam Woman Monastery. The entire day will provide beautiful experience of breathtaking scenes.
Day 09:Trek to Larche and visit Hot spring at Tatopani
Today is our last day of walking and we follow our trail down for about 3 ½ hours to the bank of the Bhote Koshi River and our destination of Larche.
Day 10:Tatopani to Kathmandu by bus/jeep
Today we head back to the comforts of Kathmandu! We board our bus and it will take us about six hours through stunning scenery to drive back to Kathmandu.
Bhairav Kunda Trek is a divine trek towards the Northeast of the Kathmandu valley near the Tibetan border. It is an unexplored trekking destination of Nepal. Bhairav Kund is named after the destructive aspect of Lord Shiva (Bhairav). It is one of the sacred pilgrimage sites for Shamans and is visited by both Hindus and Buddhist devotees.