Cycling In Pokhara

Destination
Nepal
Activity
CYCLING
Region
Cycling
Distance
40 - 60 km
Start / End Point
Lakeside/Lakeside
Max. Altitude
1400m
Meals Included
lunch
Group Size
1-25
Nature of Trek
Eco friendly
Best Season
All season
Trip Code
PKR-CYC
Activity Per Day
5-6 hrs
Transporation
Cycling
Grade
adventerous

Cycling In Pokhara Overview

Not only a place for extreme adventure sports, but Pokhara is also an ideal place for mountain biking. Hence, cycling around Pokhara should also be on your to-do list. This city has been satisfying cycling enthusiasts from all over the world. Admittedly, cycling around in this pristine city surrounded by lush green hills can truly be an unforgettable experience. Get on a comfortable mountain bike and stroll around this beautiful city filled with lakes, rivers, and temples. Not to mention the peaceful environment and the ever-smiling people. Moreover, you’ll be seeing glimpses of Machhapuchhre and Annapurna as you ride along.

World Peace Pagoda Cycling tour.

    We start our tour from Lakeside and ride to Gupteshwor cave and Devi’s Falls. From there it’s an uphill climb through Tilahar. We then traverse through quiet villages and rice fields along the way. Finally, we reach the top of the hill where the sacred World Peace Pagoda sits and the scenic beauty of the Himalayas awaits.

    It is a must if you plan on cycling in Pokhara.

Fewa and Begnas Lake Cycling Tour.

Pokhara is a city where rural living fuses with a modern lifestyle. The Fewa and Begnas biking tour provides enough glimpses of both these worlds. We ride through Pokhara valley and view popular sites as well as the everyday life of its residents. We also venture into dirt roads, passing through villages and river beds along the way. And of course, we get close to two of the most popular lakes of Nepal: Fewa and Begnas. It is very popular among tourists who try cycling in Pokhara.

Cycling in Pokhara with One night Homestay

Before Riding:

  • Make sure the brakes are working properly.
  • Ensure the wheels move and turn freely.
  • Check that the bike is sturdy enough.
  • Make sure the gears are working properly.
  • Visually inspect the tires and also check their pressure.

What you need:

Cycling helmet, water bottle, towel, first aid kit, camera, cycling gloves, t-shirts, half pants, cycling glasses, comfortable shoes, and some cash.

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