Trekking in the Rolwaling region is one of the best trekking trails in Nepal, lies at the west from the Khumhu. This high valley Rolwaling—is also called “the grave" due to its isolated terrain, which is buried down between steep ice-giants. Tourists can explore the majestic mountain views and beautiful waterfalls, Tso Rolpa Lake, monasteries and landscapes, as the trekking route leads through the remote and beautiful picturesque Sherpa, Tamang and Chhetri village and through the dense, gloomy primeval forest and over broad bridge with wonderful views.

Rolwalling trekking offers fascinating experience, which starts from Barabise, passes Tinsang la pass and descends Bigu Gomba which houses the Buddhist nuns. The trail descends down to the Bhotekosi River and turns into the Rollwaling valley, one of the most remote, mysterious, and fascinating places in the Rolwaling trekking route. The land is full of the tales of the yeti--the mysterious snow man in the world-- and it is the place where some mountaineers arranged expedition to hunt yetis in the past. Subsequently, we reach at Na Gaun passing Beding, then we ascend up through the grass-covered valley to Tso Rolpa then traversing the moraine on the north side we route up to Pachhermo peak (6,273m), we have scenic views of Mt. Gaurishankar (7,145m), Mt. Melungtse (7,181m) and other mountains lying around the area and its landscapes. The Beding village (3,690m), the monastery, the Na village (4,183m) and Tso Rolpa lake are the main attractions of Rolwaling trekking route. After making excursion to the area, we then descend down to Thame, from where the route along Bhote Kosi River leads to Namche Bazaar and subsequently to Lukla, from there we catch plane and fly back to Kathmandu.