To hike up to Kalinchowk you need to get 150 Kilometers from Kathmandu at Charikot. Kalinchowk is itself at an altitude of 3800m, and it might be just the right hike for you if you seek a little more challenging, adventurous hike. The walk involves walking into a steep path. The famous rivers, Sunkoshi and Tamakoshi are also originated from here. So, you will also have a chance of visiting it aside hiking.
Kalinchowk is named after Kalinchowk Bhagwati (dedicated to Hindu Goddess Kali). This gives an idea of how culturally rich the place is. The heavenly scenes will surely make you forget about the difficulties you had on your way to the top.
|Hike Title||Destination Date|
|DSS Team Outing to Kalinchowk||23/12/2018|
|Sea smoke touching the horizons at Kalinchowk||26/11/2016|
|Hiking from Charikot to Kalinchowk||06/03/2016|
|Hiking from Charikot to Kalinchowk||01/02/2014|
|2013 Mar – Deerwalk Hiking from Gairi to Kalinchowk||03/03/2013|
|Hiking from Makai Bari to Kalinchowk||13/11/2010|
|Hiking from Kharidhunga to Kalinchowk||13/11/2010|
|Hiking from Makaibari to Kalinchowk||22/02/2009|