Enjoy spectacular views of the Nepalese Himalayas on a full-day mountain bike tour, with options tailored to your level of experience and fitness, from an easy 19-mile (32-kilometer) trek to a challenging 37-mile (62-kilometer) bike ride.
You will be cycling in a delightful world of wooded slopes, small villages, hidden temples, and views of the giant mountain peaks, from Makalu to the Annapurna. Each route is available daily and includes a mix of trails and technical challenges
Kathmandu-Tolkha-Kathmandu Tour One Days Tour
This is a great beginner’s ride that includes an easy climb away from Kathmandu before a thrilling ride back downhill through typical villages and farms. There will be some chances to test your skills on sections of single track. Visit the ancient temple at Tolkha for a picnic lunch, before returning to Kathmandu.
• Distance: 19 miles (32 kilometers)
Enjoy a challenging 27-mile (45-kilometer), 3-4 hour bike ride, climbing through the National Park jungle, with breathtaking views and a brilliant descent along a rough-and-ready trail as the reward for hardcore mountain bikers.
• Distance: 27 miles (45 kilometers)
This is one of the most talked about and challenging rides in the Kathmandu Valley. Start with a 20.5-mile (34-kilometer) climb along a winding paved road to Trishuli and the heart of Langtang. Once at the top, go off-road and climb the last 3-mile (5-kilometer) steep section for stunning views of the Himalayas on clear days. Once inside the National Park the trail becomes narrow and technical. Traverse the jungle with a cliff drop on one side, and test your technical riding with some fast and furious downhill stretches. Be sure to keep your eyes on the trail and not the mountains!
• Distance: 37 miles (62 kilometers)
Kathmandu-Chobar-Lele-Godwari- Kathmandu Tour ONE DAY TOUR
Enjoy a longer, scenic ride of the southern end of the Kathmandu Valley. Suitable for intermediate riders, the tour combines a mix of jeep tracks, country roads, and trails. The 28-mile (47-kilometer) trail undulates through the countryside and small villages of the Newar and Tamang people, before making a sharp ascent to Dhanda, where views of the Kathmandu Valley open up before your eyes. There is the option of a challenging single track, or a switch back jeep track to get down to the valley.
• Distance: 28 miles (47 kilometers)
Lunch and dinner, with tea and coffee
Experienced cycling guide from Nepal Guide Info Teams Office
Mountain bike with repair kit, helmet and gloves
All necessary paper work, service charge, and government taxes
Special gifts (T-shirt, pashmina from Nepal Guide Info Teams)
Emergency rescue evacuation if required
Personal accident insurance or rescue
Alcoholic, hot and cold drinks, and hot water
Tips and personal expenses
Meet at 09:00 at the Nepal Guide Info Team ( Nepal Planet Treks and Expedition ) office in Paknajol, thamel, Kathmandu