Tsho Rolpa Trekking

  • 27/05/2022

Tsho Rolpa Lake trip is a lovely trek in Nepal that takes hikers over the high range of Rolwaling valley in Nepal's east-central region. 

The Tsho Rolpa Lake is the trek's main feature. This lake is one of Nepal's largest glacier lakes. The lovely mountain panorama can be seen from behind the lake. 

The walk takes you close to the Tibetan border, where you will learn about Tibetan culture. You will be able to tour the villages of Brahmins, Chhetris, Tamangs, and Sherpas. 

You may also learn about their culture, customs, and way of life. In the region, there are also legends of an awful snowman known as the "Yeti."

We will start our trek from Shingati.

We'll cross via Sun Koshi river and observe some rice and mustard farms along the route. We'll go on a tour of the Na hamlet and a historic monastery. We will travel to Tsho Rolpa Lake to see the lake and savor the view. 

Along the way, there is a large monastery named Bigu Gompa. There are almost a hundred nuns at the convent. 

A lovely blue area of ice-cold water sparkles like a gem in the heart of the gorgeous snowy mountains, in addition to passing through alpine woods and rugged terrains.

On the approach to Tsho Rolpa Lake, you will scarcely see any other hikers. This is due to the fact that this trekking destination is not as well-known as other prominent high-altitude lake treks such as Gosaikunda trip, Gokyo lake trek, and so on. 

This hike is the greatest option for people searching for a less congested location to appreciate Nepal's true beauty from rural communities. 

Autumn and spring are the finest seasons to go on the Tsho Rolpa trek. In the forest, there will be a plethora of brilliant rhododendron blooms. As you hike up, take in the scenery.


Permits required to Trek in Tsho Rolpa

  • GCAP(Gaurishanker Conservation Area Project) permit
  • Special permit to be obtained from immigration
    • Dolakha

      1. Gaurishankhar Rural Municipality (All areas of ward no. 9)
      2. Bighu Rural Municipality (All areas of ward no. 1)

      USD 20 per person/ week 

  • TIMS(Trekkers Information Management System) permit