“Himalayan High” Video: Mountain Biking in Nepal

HimalayanRides, a mountain bike touring company in Nepal that works in conjunction with Sacred Rides, just released a new video featuring the Himalayan trails and some of the locales that you can visit on their tours. They put it better than I ever could:

The Mustang region in the Himalayas of Nepal is a land so beautiful, it has long been the ultimate dream for adventurers all over the world. Here, the sacred peaks of Annapurna and Dhaulagiri – shining with snow all year round, tower over the Kali Gandaki River, forming the deepest valley on the planet.

Follow local rider Mandil Pradhan as he rides in the shadows of the world’s highest mountains, through mystic Himalayan villages, on trails that have been trodden upon for centuries.

Enjoy the video:

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About Greg Heil

My name is Greg Heil, and I am the Editor in Chief for Singletracks.com. I've been mountain biking seriously since 2005, and I love to travel and ride new trails. My travels have taken me across the United States multiple times. To date (November 2013), I have ridden hundreds of different trails in 18 different states, and am adding more singletrack to my trail resume every year! I enjoy all types of mountain biking, from ultra endurance cross country all the way up to chair lift-accessed downhill runs.

4 thoughts on ““Himalayan High” Video: Mountain Biking in Nepal

  1. Wow! That has always been my dream to bike in the shadows of the most beautiful mountains in the world. I haven’t had a chance to bike all the way to Mustang but I’ve biked around Pokhara. That alone can take your breath away with the magnificient views of Himalayas in the north and Pokhara city gleaming with beautiful lakes down below.

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