Betwenn 14th and 21st of September, 2017 a team from atmosfair went on the trek to Helambu, Nepal. The key intention was to evaluate the possibility of already inviting trekking lovers from around the world to the Climate Trek.
On the first day we started from Chipling reaching Kutumsang the day after. The place is unforgettable for everyone who gets here. A couple of lodges on the top of the mountain of Kutumsang provide their unique and comfortable hospitality to visitors. We discovered cultural heritages and traditions that passed through decades of Sherpa communities in this region, it gave us a feeling of security and home. On top of that, each lodge is equipped with eco-friendly technologies such as solar water heaters and installations for purified water.
On the third day of the trek, we reached Mangingoth at 3100m height: a magnificent place. The lodges on the top of Magingoth welcomed us with the same hospitality as the lodges back in Kutumsang. We visited anarea called Pake Danda View Point noticing that it offers spectacular views. The breathtaking scenes of beautiful sunrises at 6 am as well as lovely sunsets accompanied with beautiful views of the whole mountain. Everest Range, Rolwaling Range, Surya Kunda Range and Ganjala Range are unique and differ a lot from other viewpoints. On a clear day you can even see Nagarkot peak, Kathmandu valley, the whole trekking trail of Helambu, Gosainkunda and even further.
I will never forget the fourth day in Tharepati. The incredible views on the mountains with lots of snow on their peaks and the changing scenes (with the breezing wind) made me appreciate my life a little bit more. After turning to the right on one section after Tharepati, we reached Melamchighyang. The place is so rich in Buddhist culture and history. We visited a cave and many monasteries where descendants of Lord Buddha had meditated ther for many years back in time. On the sixth day our journey we continued to hike to Tarkeghyang. Once again, we felt a deep connection to nature. Scenes of endless forests with grazing Yaks and Chauries. The continuous songs of falls from the cold mountains around made our trekking experience reach the highest point of satisfaction.
We finally completed our journey by reaching Sermanthang, the last point of the Trek on day seven.
The end of an amazing journey.