Mountain biking in Nepal : Nagarkot Tour.

Nepal offers some of the finest bike trails on Earth! There are virtually millions of tracks out there. Some people have even started calling Nepal a “Mecca for Mountain biking.” Until few years back, visitors came to Nepal mostly to trek, climb , raft or to see the Tigers in the wild. But now, a new sensation has begun…..mountain biking!

mountain-biking-01Mountain biking in Nepal

Have you ever wondered how would it be to ride alongside some of the tallest mountains in the world? Or crisscross the hundreds of valleys, inhabited by the indigenous people whose lifestyle has remained unchanged for centuries, through terraced fields, rice paddies, rivers and jungles.

This site brings you information about mountain biking in Nepal, the mystical place with 10 of the 14 tallest mountains in the world. See Nepal on a mountain bike. You will love it ! We at BikeNepal believe that bikes are the most versatile way of seeing Nepalese rural lifestyle and exploring “off the beaten track.” Join us for a bike ride and we will guarantee you the highlights of your entire stay in Nepal.Under Nagarkot Tour,  we offer two options. One goes to Nagarkot and returns via Changu Narayan temple. The second one goes to Nagarkot via Bhaktapur and returns from Sankhu, an old trading town and then to Boudhanath stupa.

Day 1: Kathmandu-Bhaktapur-Nagarkot (38KM/0600M)
Today we head east to the medieval town of Bhaktapur. Bhaktapur is an ancient city, full of Newari art and cultural heritage. From here we head to Nagarkot on an excellent and quiet tarmac road. We gradually climb 20km uphill. When we reach the summit we will be rewarded with the panoramic views of the snowy peaks of the Himalayas..

mountain-biking-02Mountain biking in Nepal : Nagarkot Tour

Day 2: Nagarkot to Bhaktapur and Changu Narayan (34KM)
The day starts with an exciting descent on single track. We pass through many rustic villages, with the mountain views following us! We reach the ancient Hindu temple complex of Changu Narayan. From here we continue downhill to Bhaktapur where we stop for a lunch. We then return to Kathmandu via the old road stopping at the mediaval town of Thimi, famous for its traditional masks and pottery.

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