Officially opened in 2002 for foreigners, Humla Limi Valley Trek is an off the beaten trek in the Himalayas of Nepal that lies in the far northwest corner of Nepal. This trek takes you to the heart of unexplored upper valleys of Limi. Limi is one of the remote valleys extending from the border of Hilsa to another pass Chang-La between Nepal and Tibet left to visit in entire
Himalayas, This Valley is full of gorgeous landscapes with water less and desert like terrain, surrounded by towering Himalayas. The serenity, tranquility of rugged landscape, ancient Tibetan traditions and charms are the main attractions of this area. The largest river of Nepal, Karnali flows in Nepal border at Hilsa. Trans-Himalayan Limi Valley is beautiful, historic and scenic. While on Humla Limi Valley Trek, we also see panoramic scenery of Himalayas such as Mount Saipal (7031m), Byas, Rishi, API, Kanjirowa, Kanti, Gorakh Himalayan range and revered holy Mount Kailash across the border in Tibet. Along with all these pristine Himalayan beauty, we can also see rare flora and fauna like marmot, wolf, wild yak, blue sheep, wild ass (Kyang),musk deer, hare, Himalayan beer, jackal and occasionally the Snow Leopard in this exotic Region. The trekking route continues the ancient salt trading and pilgrimage route to the border of Nepal and China, crossing the Nara La Pass (4620m). The nature and culture of the area is still untouched from modern developments and people have a simple and easy way of life very much dependent on mercy of nature.
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4940 m/ 16207.3ft
Humla is one of the most culturally fascinating places in all of Nepal, a cultural tapestry woven from ancient Khasa kingdoms, ancestors of the grand Zhang zhung kingdom of the north, with Rajput and Thakuri blended into the mix. This is a trek for those with a real sense of adventure, who are happy to embrace basic living conditions in order to experience remote, rural mountain people’s life in Nepal and Tibet.