The remote Tsum valley trek is one of the famous paradise "holy hidden valley of happiness" known as the Beyul Kyimolung with unique characteristics of mystery, myth & majestic beauty. It is blessed to discover to feel enargetic power for spiritual practice by Guru Rimpoche (Padamsambha) in the eighth century. The Tsum Valley is located with Tibet border in the remote northern region of Nepal. It is recently opened trekking trails in October, 2007.
The Tsum Valley trekking starts from Arughat (600 mtrs). The trail follows the raging Budhi Gandaki River for four days staying in tea houses in the villages of Soti Khola (710m), Maccha (930m), Jagat (1410m) and Eklelbhatti (1600m). After Ekelbhatti, the route heads north east into the beautiful Tsum Valley heading for the village of MuGompa (3800m).Tsum comes from the Tibetan word ‘Tsombo’, which means vivid. Tsum valley is mainly inhabited of two ethnices group people influnced of Buddhist Tibetan Mahayanan Religon: Nubri and Tsum. Inhabited tsum valley people are Relatively unspoilt untouched tibetan village above 4,ooo m, you will see unique a living buddhist culture and tradition largest monastry at Mu Gompa.
The Tsum Valley is known as the sacred pilgrimage site with beautiful majestic mountain view and even has the Larkya La (5160m) as a challenge. Mt Manaslu is the eighth highest mountain in the world which are marvelous and close. The hidden land offers to see you totally unspoiled culture and tradition of Tsumba with fabulous mountain view of Ganesh Himal Range, Sringi Himal, Bauddha Himal and Himalchuli.Trekkers can do as a lodge trek around Manaslu and Tsum valley where has several lodges, good home stays and toilets in most places.
The Manaslu Tsum valley trek trail is extensively rich in cultural and tradition dwelled with Buddhist monasteries, prayers stone, nunneries, maniwalls, chortens and prayer walls and significant religious monuments, the longest mani walls at Dzong and Phurpe are great attractions.