Kathmandu Valley Mountain Biking




5 days


January till May & October till December


From single person

TRIP Altitude

2195 meters


On Request

Trip Highlights

Himalayan views, Temples of Kathmandu traditional Nepali culture and amazing mountain biking terrain in the Kathmandu valley.

Trip Overview

The republic  of Nepal has got to be the mountain biker's paradise. Whilst many of the more popular trekking areas may prove to be too extreme for enjoyable mountain-biking (as they involve arduous bike-a-hiking and are too difficult to support), this tour may just be the answer. Kathmandu at 1350m altitude lies in a valley surrounded by hills that rise to 2400m and form the middle ranges of the Himalayas before you advance towards the 8,000m white peaks. From the city, we set off on a 4-day tour of these ridge-top trails which encircle the valley's rim. A short bike ride away from down-town Kathmandu lies a delightful world of wooded slopes, small villages and hidden Temples. We follow ancient jeep roads and single-track before a most spectacular backdrop of Himalayan peaks where 8 of the world's top 10 peaks can be seen. These form the principal peaks of the Nepal Himalayas - from Everest to the Annapurnas and into Tibet.


  • Day 01 Ride to Kakani from Kathmandu (L, D)
  • Day 02 Ride to Sundarijal (1350m) (B, L, D)
  • Day 03 Ride to Chisapani (1900m) (B, L, D)
  • Day 04 Ride to Nagarkot (2195m) (B, L, D)
  • Day 05 Ride to Kathmandu via Panauti (1550m) (B, L)

  • Riding Hours:
  • Normally, our daily riding begins at around 09:00-09:30hrs and given the terrain and riding conditions for the day we plan to have clients at the next evenings accommodation by 15:00-16:00hrs. This allows time for bike maintenance, a little extra exploration on your own, settling into the hotel and drink and relax before dinner. During the day our lunch break is approx. one hour at the most scenic spot available along the route.

  • All meals as per mention in the itinerary (B = Breakfast, L = Lunch and D = Dinner) 
  • Accommodations in lodges in double occupancy 
  • 1 Professional Guide for every 6 people / Mechanic
  • Front Suspension bike and a helmet
  • Backpack and tools as needed
  • All entry fees during the ride      
  • Personal extras and special request purchases
  • Support vehicle, unless requested at extra charge 
  • Wear and tear of the bike and equipments 
  • Drinks other than tea / coffee as served with the meals 
  • Laundry
  • Vaccination cost 
  • Personal clothing and equipment 
  • All items of a personal nature 
  • Medical treatments and evacuation in case of emergency 
  • Personal Travel Insurance

Personal Information