T-sum Valley Trek

T-sum Valley Trek

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T sum valley trek is known as hidden valley trek. It is an untouched and virgin trek as well as untouched village development committed such as Chhekmparo and Chumchet . The place is untouched by modernization where visitor can see stateimmculate and remoteness and ancient ruins. This valley located at the altitude of 1905 to 5093 meters is one of the most facinating destinations of Nepal. Bahboast udhas Himal and Hchulimal I to the west,Ganesh himal to the sodhautn Hringii smal to the north.The famous Kyimo Lungpiligra, image circuit in the central trans Himalaya, is well known for its center of learning and meditation.

The Tsum valley’s acquaintance with Tibet nature beauty and its pristine culture make the trekking unique in this place. The local people, mostly of Tibetan orgigin and speak a unique dialect. Trails are strewn with many walls made of thousands of stone slabs carved with deities and prayers. the tsum valley has a long history of Buddhism.

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