Tsho Rolpa Glacier Lake & Dudhkunda Trek

7 Days
  • Jeep, Bus
  • 3,4 Star Hotels
  • Kathmandu
  • Mar, April, May, Sept, Oct & Nov
  • 4,592 m
  • English, Nepali, Hindi
  • Difficult to Moderate
  • Cost Includes Meals
  • 7


The Tsho Rolpa Glacier Lake and Dudhkunda Trek is an adventurous journey through the rugged landscapes of Nepal. It features a visit to the stunning Tsho Rolpa Glacier Lake, surrounded by towering peaks and dramatic glaciers. The trek continues to Dudhkunda, a sacred lake, offering a mix of natural beauty, cultural encounters, and high-altitude challenges for trekking enthusiasts seeking a unique and spiritually enriching experience in the Himalayas.


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Trip Highlights

  • Tsho Rolpa Glacier Lake
  • Dudhkunda Lake
  • Scenic Landscapes
  • Cultural Encounters
  • Challenging Terrain
  • Photography Opportunities
  • Wildlife Spotting


Your journey begins with a 189km adventurous bus drive from Kathmandu to ChetChet of Dolakha. Your trek will initially begin with excitement followed by a 2-3 hours hike along with the beautiful village, of Simigaun offering you an authentic taste of Nepalese village.

Today morning you’ll begin your journey with the satisfying sound of the river to your left. At last coming to your goal for the day where you’ll insight tall cliffs and rough mountains on the way i.e. Gaurishankar (7,134) and Kang Nachugo (6697).

This morning you’ll begin your journey to Na Gaun with a simple incline and walking distance of 3-4 hours. Mountains like Bamongo, Chobutse, Chekigo, Dorjr Fangmo, and numerous other little crests underneath 6500m. Then you’ll witness the foremost eventful day of your journey together with your beginning with the goal of compelling Tsho-Rolpa Glacier Lake. Now decent back to Na Gaun which takes about 2 hours.

Trek from Na-Gaun to Dudhkunda, a sacred lake that Lord Shiva and Parvati believed to have been created. Spend some time at Dudhkunda, soaking in the spiritual ambiance and enjoying the natural beauty. Return to Na-Gaun for the overnight stay

Begin the descent from Na-Gaun to Surmuchhe, located at an altitude of 2480m.
Trek for 5-6 hours, passing through scenic landscapes and traditional Sherpa villages. Enjoy the serene surroundings and the change in scenery during the descent. Overnight stay in Surmuchhe.

Continue the descent from Surmuchhe to Chet Chet, trekking for approximately 4-5 hours. From Chet Chet, drive to Charikot, enjoying the region’s scenic beauty. Arrive in Charikot and rest for the day. Overnight stay in Charikot.

Depart from Charikot and drive back to Kathmandu, a journey of approximately 8 hours. Enjoy the views of the countryside and rural settlements along the way.


The Cost Includes

  • Teahouse accommodation during the trek
  • Breakfast, lunch, and dinner during the trek
  • All ground transportation on an agreeable private vehicle according to the schedule or trek package.
  • An experienced, English-talking, and government-authorized trek pioneer and associate trek pioneer (4 trekkers: 1 aide control)
  • Staff costs including their compensation, protection, gear, nourishment, and convenience
  • All vital paperwork and trekking licenses (ACAP, TIMS)
  • Medical pack (conveyed by your trek pioneer)
  • All government and local charges

The Cost Excludes

  • Excess stuff charges
  • Travel and the rescue insurance
  • Personal costs (telephone calls, clothing, bar charges, battery revive, additional porter, bottle or bubbled water, hot shower, and so on.)
  • Any kind of hot and cold drinks
  • Any kind of additional meal except breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
  • Tips for guide(s), porter(s) and driver(s)
  • Rescue helicopter
When is the best time to trek in Nepal?

The best trekking seasons in Nepal are spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November) when the weather is most stable and offers clear skies and pleasant temperatures.

Do I need a trekking permit for Nepal?

Yes, most trekking regions in Nepal require trekking permits. The types and fees for permits vary depending on the region you plan to visit.

Is it necessary to hire a guide and/or porter for trekking in Nepal?

Hiring a guide and porter is not mandatory but highly recommended, especially for remote or high-altitude treks. They provide safety, navigation, and cultural insights, making your trek more enjoyable.

What should I pack for a trek in Nepal?

Essentials include sturdy hiking boots, warm clothing, a good-quality backpack, trekking gear, rain gear, a first-aid kit, and necessary travel documents.

How should I prepare for high-altitude trekking?

Proper acclimatization is crucial. Spend a few days at intermediate altitudes, stay hydrated, and ascend gradually to higher altitudes to prevent altitude sickness.

Are there ATM facilities on trekking routes in Nepal?

While some popular trekking towns have ATMs, it’s advisable to carry enough cash, as ATMs may not be available in more remote areas.

Are there medical facilities and rescue services available on trekking routes?

Basic medical facilities are available in some trekking towns, and rescue services can be arranged in case of emergencies, but travel insurance that covers such situations is strongly recommended.

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Tsho Rolpa Glacier Lake & Dudhkunda Trek
  • Jeep, Bus
  • 3,4 Star Hotels
  • Kathmandu
  • Mar, April, May, Sept, Oct & Nov
  • 4,592 m
  • English, Nepali, Hindi
  • Difficult to Moderate
  • Cost Includes Meals
  • 7