Champadevi Day Hiking

Champa Devi and get to the top of one of the highest hills in Kathmandu valley. Champa Devi is the valley’s third highest hill. It is named after Champa Devi, the patron goddess of the hill who protects the forest and the surrounding area. A shrine dedicated to the goddess lies at the summit. There is also a Buddhist monastery en route. Located towards the south of the capital, one can enjoy delightful views of Kathmandu valley from the top of the hill. In autumn and winter, the summit offers magnificent views of the Himalayan peaks. Gauri Shankar, Dorje Lakpa, Langtang Lirung etc. are some of the peaks that can be viewed from the top on a clear day.

 

Early morning breakfast and we all will be gathering at the hotel lobby. Then, we will depart to hiking starting point approx. 1 hr drive which is 19 kms south West of Kathmandu. We will have Tea break, fill up water bottle or last minute shopping for the hike. From here we start hiking gradually up following the trail to Champadevi.

On the way one can enjoy the different landscapes with the varieties of plants as well as birds. Reach top of Champ Devi and have a magnificent views of Langtang, Gauri Shanker, Jugal, Dorge Lakpa and many others.

Lunch break for one hour (It is advisable to bring your own water bottle for this trail as there is no source of water during this hike)
After enjoying leisurely lunch with good views of the Mountain View, we descend to Hattiban meet your vehicle at Hattiban and drive back to Kathmandu and drop to the hotel.

  • Transportations both way
  • Entrance fee
  • Guides 
  • Dispatches on: www.wppnepal.com
  • Salary of guide
  • Beverages and alcoholic drinks on trip
  • Personal equipment
  • Personal medical and evacuation insurance
  • All other additional charges for additional services, TIP.
  • Personal purchases

Clothing & Footwear

  • Hiking backpack
  • Weather-appropriate clothing (think moisture-wicking and layers)
  • Hiking boots or Shoes
  • First-aid kit
  • Trekking poles
  • Socks (synthetic or wool)
  • Lightweight fleece or Jacket
  • Quick-drying pants/shorts
  • Long-sleeve shirt (for Sun, bugs)
  • Sunblock
  • Cap
  • Camera
  • Sunglass

 

Additional items for rainy and / or cold weather

  • Rainwear (Jacket and Pant)
  • Fleece pant
  • Warm, insulated Jacket or vest
  • Gloves or Mittens
  • Warm hat
  • Bandana or Buff

 

Food & water

  • Water bottles
  • Trail snacks

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Trip-Code: WPP-002-CPD
Destination: Nepal
Region: Kathmandu
Altitude: 2249 M
Season: All
Difficulty: Easy
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Duration: 1 Day

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