From Kathmandu we drive via Barabise to Kharidunga.
Along the trek we will come across some villages
mainly inhabited by Tamangs, Sherpas, and Brahmins.
Along the trail also can be seen are a few monasteries
and Temples. A good view of the Mountains and Sunkoshi
river can also be had. After crossing Sherpa villages
you come across a thick forest with lots Rhododendron
trees. After that you reach Kalinchowk. From the
highest altitude of Kalinchowk (3579meters) we could
get a good view of Annapurna, Lamjung, Manaslu,
Ganesh Himal, Shisha Panga , Langtang, Dorjee Lakpa,
Jugal Himal, Amabamori, Gauri Shanker, and Namburi
Himal. There is also a prominent temple of the Hindus
called the Kali temple. Two natural springs originate
from this area which are called Sundhara and Tama
which are the main source of the very big two rivers
the Sunkoshi and Tama Koshi rivers. From Kalinchowk
one could get a good view of Kathmandu at night.
The main flowers of Nepal Rhododendron (Laligurans)
and the national bird Pheasant (Danfe) can also
be seen in this area. While descending to Suspa
you could get to see a very rare community in Nepal
called "The Thami." The trek ends at Charikot
which is also a district head quarters then drive
back to Kathmandu or possible to do the Sailung
Trek as same time.