Limi Valley Trek is one of the least accessible Nepali valleys. The valley compromises three villages: Dzang, Halji and Til three villages and is popular by ethnic Bhotiyapeople. And also, They domesticate large herds of yaks, horses, and sheep, and grow potatoes and various cereals (buckwheat, barley, and millet) in their terraced fields. Also, Halji is the home of 14th century built Rincheling monastery, which is the second oldest monastery of Nepal. It was establish by LotsawaRinchenSangpo 985-1055CE and it is main Gompa of the Limi Valley.
There is only one remaining area of wilderness in Nepal, the Limi Valley Trekking region. Also, From the border of the Himalayan passes Hilsa and Chang La between Nepal and Tibet, Limi Valley Trekextends into the wilderness of Humla. So that, True adventure to the unknown can be found at few places on earth. Mules, donkeys, and horses are the only means of transportation.
- Exploring the Limi Valley in all its splendor and diversity
- You can also observe spectacular rock formations as the Karnali River meanders through
- Chugzur hot springs are healing and rejuvenating
- Cross breathtaking passes of 4,900 m (16,000 ft) or more
- Explore Buddhist monasteries that date back thousands of years
HUMLA-Nepal’s Wild West
As part of this formidable Empire, Jumla was once administered from Sinja near Jumla. Until 1787, this empire extended as far south as Purang (Taklakot) and the ‘lost’ villages of Toling (Zanda) and Tsaparang, in a region of remote southern Tibet.
But also, This is a melting pot of traders and merchants from nearby countries, Indian, Chinese, Tibetan and Buddhist traders from Kashgar, Nepalese businesses trading wool, salt, and Indian goods, along with Chinese Government officials and a large army contingent.
For centuries, Humla has been involved in the trade of salt and grains with Tibet. Because of the import of Indian salt, most of Nepal has ceased to trade in this product.
Another reason for the loss of border trading posts is the Chinese government’s elimination of many in remote areas.
Limi Valley Trek Route
Limi valley trek begins after an hour’s flight from Kathmandu to Nepalgunj. Also,Then Nepalgunj to Simikot 2818m by grazing mountain ridges above 4000m to 7000m.The scenic mountain views of Mt. Saipal, Tibetan plateau, and great Himalayan range get entertaine easily 55 minutes time inside the plane. Also that, Landing at Simikot airport we are welcome by a nearby Mountain view. From Simikot we follow the ancient salt trading and pilgrimage route to the border of Nepal and China along the HumlaKarnali River. Then after crossing the Nara La pass (4620 m) with spectacular views of the Himalayas we reach the Hilsa border. From the border town of Hilsa, we switch to the northeast towards the Limi Valley. Rolling along the Limi valley for a few days we pass through beautiful hamlets of Til, Jhang, and Halji. On the last part of the trek, we cross the Nyalu Pass (4949m) the highest pass of the entire trek before terminating the trek at Simikot.
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