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RUBY VALLEY TREK

Day 01: Our representative will receive you at Tribhuvan international airport and transfer to hotel in Kathmandu. Trek program briefing and Collect passport to obtain the trekking permits.
Day 02: After breakfast city tour including Lord Pashupatinath temple, Monkey temple, Patan durbar square etc. O/n at hotel. Day 03: Kathmandu to Shyabrubesi 1503m- After breakfast we drive to Syabrubesi. syabrubesi is gateway of Langtang valley.
Day 04: Shyabru Besi to Chawatar (lunch) to Gatlang 2337mThe trail head west up to Bahun Danda Pass and then down to the Tamang settlement of Gatlang, a cornerstone
village on the Tamang Heritage Trail or hike to Gatlang by way of Chawatar. Gatlang is a Tamang village with unique customs and craftsmanship in a magnificent setting. Above lies Parvati Kund, popular during Janai Purnima when thousands of pilgrims are attracted to the sacred pond and nearby temple.
Day 05: Gatlang to Parvati Kund ,Yuri Kharka (lunch) to Somdang 3271m The trail ascends through pine and rhododendron forest to a lunch point of Yuri Kharka before continuing to Khurphu hanjyang and then dropping down to the Somdang River, border between Rasuwaa and Dhading districts.A sprawling mining compound, no longer functioning but it seems locals appealing government to revive it, lies a few hours to the north upriver. The hike passes through a scenic valley featuring the 200 m Chukarma Waterfall. The former mine leaves a lot be explored and is the site of a 1.4 km tunnel bored into the mountain to extract zinc, copper, tin, crystal and even highlyprized rubies.
Day 06: Somdang - Pangsang Pass (3842 m) - Tipling 2078m Pangsang Kharka is a viewpoint southwest of Somdang village with a broad panorama of the surrounding terrain. To the north are the soaring peaks of Manaslu and the Ganesh Himal Range. The large meadow is graced with a giant entry gateway and is a sensational location for camping and taking in the breathtaking scenery. The whole Ganesh Himal region is blessed with abundant herbal plants. Previously, herbs were taken to Tibet along an
ancient trade route and exchanged for salt, livestock, wool and turquoise.Descend to Tipling, a large village that hosts two Buddhist gombas and both a Protestant and Catholic church. Along a ridge top to the east is a gomba and cremation ground for both Buddhists and Christians lined with colorful flags. Being a majority of Tamang people it has beautiful Tamang culture show. Tamang people have own rich culture to show for the visitors jhankri or shaman dance, ghode or horse dance, said to have been brought from Tibetan culture long ago. Jhankri (shaman) activity is robust in this territory with the worship of natural forces and indigenous local deities interwoven with Hindu and Buddhist practices. Mane dance, Mendo Maya, Paru dance and Ghode (horse) dance as well as Lama (monk) dance are quite popular.
Day 07: Tipling – Shertung/Chalish – Borang Village 1700m Descend to cross the Adha Khola on a box bridge and ascend to the sister villages of Shertung and Chalish, regally overlooking the fertile river valley and abundant fields.Shertung is inhabited mainly by Tamang. The name Shertung means 'place of gold'. According to a legend , two brothers
in search of gold were led here by a dream and thus the settlement was born. Tamang people have own rich culture to show for the visitors Jhankri or shaman dance, ghode or horse dance, said to have been brought from Tibetan culture long ago. Jhankri (shaman) activity is robust in this territory with the worship of natural forces and indigenous local deities interwoven with Hindu and Buddhist practices.Chalish is inhabited primarily by Gurung, Ghale and Kami. There used to be Newar people but they migrated to Kathmandu city. The hospitable people of this area have unique customs and craftsmanship and traditional dances, including a hospitable welcome dance, Ghatu Dance, Dohori is also popular with call and response between male and female participants, a type of courtship ritual, complemented by folk music. Some dances depend on the time of year and take place during festivals including the Maruni Dance during Dasai and Tihar, Hai Nelo Dance of Tihar, and the Ghatu (Ghasiri Dance) that occurs during Chandi Purnima in the Nepali month of Chaitra. Gurung men traditionally wear
vangra, a woven, embroidered cotton cloth tied at the ends that serves as a pouch for carrying goods. Sri Tinkanya Devi Mandir lies above Chalish. Local women tie bits of cloth or leave a bangle representing a wish to be fulfilled near a small pool of water surrounded by Barmase or periwinkle flowers. Have lunch in Shertung or in Chalish village and then trek continue to Boring. If you have lunch at Shertung village you trek to Borang via Ayui
village whereas trekking via Chalish will be passing through Gobre gaon. Borang village also the Tamang community village and similar culture of Tipling and Shertung village will be found.
Day 08: Borang - Percho (lunch) to Darkha Gaun 850m After breakfast trek all the down to Lishne khola (2 ½ hours walking) and trek continue to Percho where stop for lunch and trek continue to Darkha Gaon. Passing through suspension bridges, breath taking views of Ankhu khola and Chyamchyat as well as Ri village other side of the river finally reach at Darkha gaon. This village is mix culture village of Brahmin people and Tamang as well ad Dalit.
Day 09: Darkha Gaun – Darkha Phedi - Dhading Besi – Kathmandu 1310m After breakfast trek all the way down to Darkha Phedi taking 45 minutes down hill walk and then take local Jeep sharing with other people and drive to Dhading Besi (3-4 hours). Crossing through Ankhu Khola, Kimdang phedi villages, Katunje and Jyamrung villag. In Dhading Bazar we change the vehicle and drive back to Kathmandu.
Day 10: We drop you off to the airport for your onward journey.