To hike up to Kalinchowk you need to get 150 Kilometers from Kathmandu at Charikot. Kalinchowk is itself at an altitude of 3800m, and it might be just the right hike for you if you seek a little more challenging, adventurous hike. The walk involves walking into a steep path. The famous rivers, Sunkoshi and Tamakoshi are also originated from here. So, you will also have a chance of visiting it aside hiking.
A small beautiful town of Panauti in Kavre District of Nepal is just 36 km away from Kathmandu.
The hill of the Yarmasing is challenging with a rigid and straight rocky stairs. The hill will take you to a historic fort.
Kakani is a hill station on the northern side of Kathmandu, more quieter and peaceful with its breathtaking scenery.
Dakshinkali Temple is the place. The temple is crowded mainly during Dashain festival, but can be visited year round. Dakshinkali hike is one of the best place for the hikers because it leads gradually up toward the north ridge and through pine forest.
Daman is the place. Here you get a clear view of the north, east and west. One can also experience culture and religion from the local people and the Tibetan Monastery, and the Temple of Risewor.
There are a lots of place to hike in Nepal and one of them is Kulekhani. After traveling about nineteen kilometers from Kathmandu you will reach a middle mountain zone of Makwanpur, the place called Kulekhani.
The Thulo sailung, 3100 m, is a spot where you see a vast Himalayan range from Makalu to Dhaulagiri. Up the hill there is an area inhabited by Tamangs.
Hiking up the Manakamana trail is moderately hard, but a healthy takes less than four hours to reach at the top.
At 2791 meters, Phulchowki is the highest hill that surrounds Kathmandu. Though the height and the route are tough, the eye-catching view of the valley and the vegetation will satisfy you.