Hiking from Dolalghat to Bimiregaun

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Participants: Siris, Kundan, Pradipna, UjjwalH (rookie), Aashish, Ritesh, Nipun, BhaskarS (rookie) and Vishnu
Route: Dolalghat to Bimiregaun
Date: Sunday, July 29, 2007
Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes
Trip Doom: 9-Kilo meters
Report: UjjwalH and BhaskarS
Photo: Siris and Ujjwal
Creative Support: Nishchal


Yes, it was my first hike ever and with my two doctors, first my left leg and second my right, I climbed mountains and got their good tidings. I noticed that nature’s peace flew into me as sunshine flew into trees, the winds blew their own freshness into me, and the rain drops came with its sweet and cool breeze, which was really a great experience.

Well, let me ask you a question. How could you explain that you need to know the trees are still there, and the hills and the sky? Anyone knows all are there. How could you say it is time your pulse responded to another rhythm, the rhythm of the day and the season instead of hour and minute? No, you cannot explain. So you walk. I always remember the words that I read somewhere in a book. It said, “If you are seeking creative ideas, go out walking. Angels whisper to a man when he goes for a walk.” Well, I did not get any Angels whispering to me at this time, but I am sure I will get one when I go for a walk next time.

Finally, after all those experience, I only went out for a walk that day and finally concluded to stay out till sundown, for going out, I found, was really going in !


I decided to hike for the first time, when my colleagues, encouraged me to join. I reached office at 6:45 am, and found everybody were already there. After having a cup of tea, we moved out of office at 7:15 am. During the one and half hours drive to Zero kilo, everybody shared their incidents of earlier hikes and Aashish shared his experiences of Boston hike. As driving was bit longer than our expectations made us dying for some food and finally landed at Zero kilo for the breakfast.

After the breakfast, we moved ahead for Dolalghat, which was at the 10 kms of driving from this point. Our hike started immediately after we landed at the bus stand of Dolalghat. After 15 minutes of walk, we reached the bank of Bhotekoshi. Vishnu and Nipun jumped in the river for swimming, and we were just resting and enjoying the surroundings and treasuring soft touch of chill breeze. After half an hour of rest, we followed the trail of the bank of Bhotekoshi where we strode for little more than 1 hour. We had to backtrack on the same trail, as the weather was not favorable and the next destination was too far. We reached Dolalghat at around 2:00 pm, and the van was already waiting there. We again moved back to Zero Kilo for the lunch. Where the Thakali khana was prepared in a special way to treat us and, that was enchanting. After the delightful lunch, we headed back for Kathmandu.

Though it was a first hike for me however it turned out an opportunity to learn and know about many thing and I am glad for being a part of it.

Without question and beyond doubt, difficult but proud to do so their laughing say

Urbanized connections

Had a pleasant driving, Stronger thanmist but less than Shower

Grind spices pour in rice soup for flu, Thakali traditional way

Salemanship of Sharmila, smartly putting Domestic and International together

Bake in kiln so as to harden

In the respect to Immaterial part of a person

The Officers in the (ceremonial) bodyguard of the British monarch

Miss Sharmila, who works in her Restaurant from 6AM to 11PM

Mauri ghumyo rasailai nabhannu hai kasailai

Ketaharu base mojlai bhani dinu sabailai

Gurus of International Trade

At least men are at work

A positive feeling of liking in Eastern

Apex of faith

These two are an example of Good Friend

One place but people are with many purposes

Three persons with one similar action

Bridge on the Indrawati

Bhote Koshi runs behind Siris

Bit of swimming

The officer

Nipun also joins here

In the name of hiking

Antonio Banderas



Green background

This was a beautiful Trail

Colorful goats

Mote in the middle with two topiwal

Siris with rookie Ujjwal

It was not easy to push them from ourroute

The trail on the right is recommended

Top to bottom Aashish, BhaskarS and Vish

First timer seems enjoying the exploration

BhaskarS next first timer

Rookie in lead


Bhotekoshi progressing freely

Right Bhotekoshi left Indrawati

A little rest with a bad stick

Climbing down towards Bimiregaun

Hid Bhaire Hid

Symbolic representation of nourishingus

The Goat did not like red T shirt of Nipun

Shoothing surroundgings of Dhulikhel

Treasuring the charm of hiking

Hiking from Dolalghat to Bimiregaun was last modified: May 3rd, 2012 by Administrator

Blog Comments

  1. Abishesh

    I’ve been missing a lot of things lately…and hiking tops the list… looking forward to getting back to hiking ways… :P

  2. Rajendra K. Pandey

    Great river-side pictures and great hike, I think I missed it. I am tempted to go in such trips with you guys in days to come. Duration: Two hours thirty minutes is good. Not eight hours walk like Lele trip. Lele trip was tiring, but achievement was there. Thanks to all of you.

  3. Yestai Ho

    Great D2 guys! You guys have exposed Nepal’s hidden treasure to world through these hiking series. You guys work too – or just hike? I am just wondering. That’s what one of my friend from ServingMind told – it is about having fun in D2 than working.

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