Champadevi hill, located at southern edge of Kathmandu Valley offers the most enjoyable hikes within short excursion at an altitude of 2285 meter. The trail to hilltop station traverses just through local village, Hindu shrines and Buddhist stupas. The hike to Champadevi further greets the visitors the impressive mountain views to its north and crystal views of Kathmandu Valley at its surroundings.
Apart from the stunning and massive views of Himalayas such as Langtang, Gauri Shankar, Jugal and Dorge Lakpa, the hilltop station is also famous for pine forest, hilly ridges, different landscapes with varieties of plants as well as birds and Dakshinkali temple, one of the most popular Hindu pilgrimage sites around the capital.
Either the hike on its way or on its hilltop passes through exploring views of countryside with authentic and traditional houses and wonderful local culture with the warm hospitality. While strolling around Champadevi, we will have distinct views of Newari settlements at Pharping.
Overall, a short excursion to Champadevi rejuvenates within nature’s relishing milieu.