Nepal is well-publicized as a mountaineering paradise, but little is said about the potential of mountain biking and the rank of guides and cyclists. For a mountain biker, I’m talking to real cyclists here who love going up and down, Nepal is a country that wants to explore. Evil Development, Normally any cyclist who wore a bulldozer suit and fitted with a constructive helmet may have hijacked some of the best mountain biking in the Kathmandu Valley, but the blade of the bulldozer is opening more and more. Country with routes, roads and routes. In Nepal we use the term very loose road, we throw the earth into the well, but nothing can withstand the annual monsoon rains, nature is blessed. The rains ruin the roads and sidewalks, leaving the mountain biker with endless opportunities for unobstructed cycling in the beautiful rural areas of Nepal.
If you are an avid explorer and like to step into the unknown, pack your things, grab your bike and go to the foothills of the Himalayas for a lifetime adventure. Forget the maps because there is nothing, you may be lucky enough to find a guide in Kathmandu who wants to explore with you and push the boundaries of known bike paths. Along the way, you will also be rewarded with intimate insights into Nepalese culture and rugged and ready cycling. Without any other tourism, without climbers and without traffic, what does another real mountain bike explorer want?
If you are interested in organization and civilization, Nepal also has a lot to offer. You do not have to be a reckless rider to enjoy what the Himalayas have to offer. In fact, you do not even have to bring your own bike. Many reputable companies now specialize in mountain biking tours in Kathmandu, Pokhara and Annapurna. It is possible to do anything from an easy ride to a few days of moderate and advanced riding. All tours are fully supported and include your accommodation and meals. You can still explore the routes, routes and culture, but at the end of the day you will receive a hot meal and a soft bed.
There’s something for you, too, for those full suspension nuts. Thought to limit the pedestrian access roads you can do, there are great adrenaline rush routes. Manakarmana, try a fast technical descent, if you make a mistake you will reach the Trisholi River, Nagarkot, Sarankot and Annapurna all have access to the road and offer different downhill routes for all levels of cyclists.
Renting a bike in Kathmandu is easy. There are several companies that offer different qualities of mountain bikes that can be to your taste. Pokhara even has a place where you can hire high-quality, high-quality commercial bikes, if you want to pay!
There are a number of big kids in Kathmandu and Pokhara who are avid mountain bikers and work as guides. They are not only wonderful and adventurous riders, brilliant racers and cheerful friendly, but also highly professional guides who can make your trip to Nepal a worthwhile trip.
My advice is to cross the border, hire a guide and embark on a wild mountain biking adventure in Nepal, I know you will love it and come back with more shouts!