Everest Enduro

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11 Day(s)
Moderate
160 Km
avg 20 Km
Guided
Deal

Pikey Peak and the Solukhumbu Region

Pikey Peak is a 4000 meter “hill” summit which commands stunning panoramic views of the Everest Range. We don’t call them mountains (Himal in Nepali) unless they have snow on them! The area is Solukhumbhu and it lies about 180 km  North East of Kathmandu.

While the trails do not go into the Himalayan Region amidst the snow peaks, they rove around the mid hills and the range of hill just below the main Everest Region, rolling from 2300m to 4200m through ancient Rhododendron and Fur Forests, Spruce covered hill tops and cultivated farm land. In Spring, the area comes alive with Rhododendron, Orchids and Magnolia blooms. While the area is dominated with dense forest, small Sherpa and Rai Villages can be found as well as Monasteries and some cultivated land.

Riding in this area is best done in February through to May (Spring Season) and Late October through to Mid December (Autumn/Winter Season) In the Monsoon months the trails are too wet, slippery and overgrown. It is also hard for vehicle access. Also you might not get the Epic Views that you came for.

The Pikey Peak Trails are for those riders who love to hit the trail hard, while most people come to Nepal with the expectation of getting up close and personal in the high altitude regions of the Himalaya, we cannot deliver that on this trip, but we can deliver the best single tracks and riding on offer in Nepal. The trails are not mountain bike specific, this is certainly no bike park, which means they are natural and raw. Riders coming here should be fit and competent riders. Trails vary from steep, open rocky descents off grassy hill tops, down to rooty, slick jungle trails, stone stairs and some super fun fast flowing loamy sections. The combination of some tough pedaling up and carry sections, some shuttle support and enough views of the Snow Capped Himalaya makes this the one of the best bike trips in Nepal.

Add to that the chance to get up close and personal with the local culture and hospitality and ride on trails traveled by few tourists, well away from the heavily trodden trails of Annapurna and Mustang. Here you stay in simple teahouses owned and managed by local people, eat local food and enjoy the warmth of the kitchen fire and conversations of people who seem to come from an era long passed.

Who’s it for?
Fit, Skillful Mountain Bikers who don’t mind simple lodgings and really just want to bike awesome trails and are willing to be exposed to the simplicity of Sherpa Culture and life style.
Length
10 Days from Kathmandu to Kathmandu (Custom Itineraries also available)
Fitness Factor
Good cardio fitness and ability to hike uphill (Bike carry to Pikey Peak is Porter Assisted)
Skill Factor
Confident in rocky descents, drops, root sections and some exposed trails
Comfort Zone
Pushing the limits, but well worth it!


Information

Tour Location

Country:
Nepal
From:
Kathmandu
To:
Kathmandu

Tour Information

Guiding:
Guided
Duration:
11 Days
Level:
Moderate
Terrain:
Off-road
Tour Type:
Mountain bike|Groups
More Options:
Loop/Roundtrip
Tour Language:
English
Cost From:
USD 1750

Tour Distance & Dates

Distance:
160 Km
Riding Days:
8
Month(s):
April|October|November|December
Departure:
1st Oct, 4th Nov, 18th Dec 2019 8th April, 19th Oct, 2nd Nov, 21st Dec 2020

Additional Information

Special Deal

10% Discount on 4th Nov departure

Accommodation:

Double Occupancy / Twin Share

Single Supplement: US$290 per person

Booking Conditions:

20% Deposit

Group Information:

10% 4 to 6 Pax

Inclusions

All land transport in private vehicle including airport transfers
All accommodation in best available Local Hotel, Resort or Teahouse as per itinerary
All meals as per itinerary
Professional Mountain Bike Guide
All permits and entry fees
Domestic Flights

Exclusions

Drinks, snacks and other personal expenses
Personal Travel and Evacuation Insurance (Compulsory)

Options

Bike Hire Available.

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