The mind-blowing fact that within a mere 150kms of horizontal distance the terrain in Nepal drops from an altitude of 8848 metres to those just barely above sea level is difficult to comprehend. However, along with these statistics another, more tangible, aspect of the topography can actually be experienced. When the African continent, many millennia ago, decided to rid itself of a cumbersome, triangular section (modern day India), and catapult it into coastal Tibet, the resulting impact was so colossal that it gave birth to the mightiest mountain range on the planet – the Himalayas. The crumpling, corrugating and concertina-ing of the land masses of both shelves created deep troughs and sheer peaks in a terraced series all the way from sea level to the top of the world! These extraordinarily rugged features - these exhilarating roller coasters made of mountains – make mountain biking in Nepal both unforgettable and unbeatable.
Cycling/Mountain Biking in Nepal and Tibet is an awesome experience. Nepal is perhaps the world's number one adventure playground for mountain bikers. From the flatlands of the Terai to terraced hillside farms, the landscapes virtually soar towards the snowclad peaks of the Himalayas, inviting one to share the adventures this awesome country has to offer. The lush tropical vegetation provides a rich contrast to the stark, windswept, alpine regions. The amazing Tibetan plateau, where stunning geophysical forms have been sculpted out of arid valleys, has a beauty all its own. Discover yourself on one of the world's greatest experiences. Join us on an exhilarating and memorable cycling/biking adventure in the Himalayas of mythical Nepal and hidden Tibet.
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