Babiyachaur (Myagdi), 30 Oct 2014: A new trekking route has been established by integrating religious, historical and natural beauty embedded in the west Nepal.
The trekking route namely ”Loluphera’ has been identified including over a dozen tourism sites of Dhaulagiri, Gandaki, Lumbini and Karnali zones.
The task of geographical mapping is underway after undertaking a primary feasibility study as part of the implementation of an idea of establishing trekking route connecting Lomanthang of Mustang to Lumbini and Fewa Lake of Pokhara to Rara Lake of Mugu, said Loluphera Trekking Route Campaign Coordinator Krishna KC said.
He further said discussions are being held from local residents of trekking route zone to Ministry of Tourism and political leadership for the operation of trekking route.
The campaigners’ team has already carried out feasibility study of proposed sites connecting trekking routes in Kaski, Parbat, Baglung, Dolpa, Mugu, Mustang, Manang and Myagdi districts.
The team comprising tourism experts and technicians which has arrived in Beni of Myagdi via Mustang is studying probability of trekking route linking Gulmi, Palpa and Lumbini, KC informed.
There is huge potential of attracting religious tourists with the prevalence of natural beauty, historical sites, mountain series, art, culture, hilly life and mind-blowing landscape along with the availability of religious sites including Lumbini, Muktinath and Damodar Kunda, KC added.