Champadevi Day Hike

Day Hike

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USD $ 90 / per person

Trip Info

  • Duration

    1 Day

  • Max. Altitude

    Champadevi (2,285 m) m

  • Difficulty

    easy

  • Starts From

    Kathmandu

  • Trip Ends At

    Kathmandu

  • Transport

    Private comfortable vehicle

  • Region/Type

    Day Hike Around Kathmandu
  • Best Season:

    • All Year Round

Overview

At 2285 meters high, Champadevi is the third largest hill that surrounds Kathmandu valley and acts as the border in the southeastern corner of the valley separating it from the Makawanpur district.

Beside the hiking experience, this hill has a Buddhist Stupa and people hike to this place especially on the day of the full moon to pay homage to the lord.

Champadevi Day Hike starts from a place called Pharping which lies 16 Km south of Kathmandu, from where we hike up following the trail covered by pine forest for about 3 hours to reach Champadevi.

The hilltop offers a magnificent view of the Himalayan ranges, especially Langtang and Annapurna. After lunch and strolling around for some time, we hike down following the same trail for about an hour and half.

This hike can be a great add on if you have a free day in Kathmandu or simply want to be one on one with nature.

For more information please email us at info@himalayantrekkers.comor call us at +977 98510 42334

Itinerary

1st Phase: 

  • Received from the hotel.
  • Scenic drive to Hatiban, Pharping via Balkhu. (An hour)

2nd Phase: 

  • Hike to Champadevi by enjoying the scenic views of mountains and valley.
  • Rest for a few minutes in the Champa Devi Temple. (3-4hrs)

3rd Phase: 

  • Return via same route. (2-3hrs)
  •  Alternative way: Hike down to Machhegaun.
  • Short drive to Kritipur and short tour. (2-3hrs)

4th Phase:

  • Return to the hotel.

Includes

  • Hotel pickup & drop off
  • English speaking guide
  • Packed Lunch with tea
  • Bottled Water

Excludes

  • All personal expense (like phone bills, beverage, etc.)
  • Hiking materials (if any)
  • Others not mentioned in the includes section
  • Tips

Accommodation

Himalayan Trekkers promises to manage the best, most comfortable and preferred accommodation.

In general we arrange a 3-star hotel with all facilities in cities. If available, you can opt for a more budget-friendly option or upgrade to a more luxurious hotel by paying a little extra.

Meals

For the day hikes, packed lunch with a cup of tea is included within the cost.

Follow the detailed route description or itinerary for more information. We are always there to help you to your heart's content.

GearList

Gears required for the trek vary upon destination and season. Trekking shoes, down jacket, sleeping bag, hiking poles are the essential ones. 

A comprehensive list of gear for all activites is listed on our dedicated page of Complete Gear List For Trekking and Climbing

Reviews

Marvin

Sweden

Excellent!

We found the agency via the Internet and only had a small time window of two special days. So I wrote Raj when and what to do and he organised everything we wanted.
We had a very good guide who was understanding and speaking English fluently. We managed to finish the hike in less than the planned time but it was a very good tour with great views!

Alec

Netherlands

Hiking Champadevi during Monsoon season

I was in Kathmandu on business with only one day set aside to get out and see the sights. I chose Champadevi because it wasn't too long or short, and it is supposed to have amazing views of the Kathmandu Valley and of the higher mountain ranges (though with Monsoon cloud cover, we couldn't see the Himalayas, bad timing on my part). The views from the rim of the Valley were exactly as billed, and my guide Madan was awesome every step of the way. My only advice is to bring leech socks during Monsoon, as they are everywhere during that season. I'd definitely come back and do this hike again in the dryer season, with no leeches and fewer slippery rocks. Either way, absolutely worth it.

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