Tsum Valley Trek; the Tibetan Buddhist society is still extremely common in Tsum and the landscape is simply staggering, with excellent timberlands and wide open, with Ganesh Himal towering over the valley. Tsum originates from the Tibetan word ‘Tsombo’, which implies striking and in the wake of going by Tsum, you can just concur. Tsum valley is known as the Beyul Kyimolung, the blessed shrouded valley of joy, initially depicted by Guru Rimpoche (Padmasambhava) in the eighth century. Milarepa ruminated in the hollows of Piren Phu and there are hundreds of years old cloisters.
Numerous individuals join the Tsum valley trek with the Manaslu circuit trek, beginning in Arughat Bazar and completion in Besishahar, which is likewise the beginning stage for the Annapurna circuit trek. Others continue back to Arugath the same way.
You begin low, strolling through green wide open, and passing little Hindu towns. You enter the Tsum valley trek going right from the primary trail and you soon enter a lovely woods with pines and rhododendrons. Traveling eastwards Tsum valley opens up to uncover a wonderful farmland and little Tibetan style towns.