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Kutumsang (Nepal)

Practical information on Kutumsang

  • Hiking / Trekking
  • Mountain
5 / 5 - One review
How to get there
2 days walk from Sundarijal
When to go
October to March
Minimum stay
Less than a day

Reviews of Kutumsang

Aurélia Hillaire Seasoned Traveller
12 written opinions

Trekkers doing the Helambu and Langtang treks often stay at Kutumsang, which is at an altitude of 2,470 metres. Only a few of its houses were left standing after the earthquakes of 25th April and 12th May 2015.

My suggestion:
At the moment the area is inaccessible and we can only give the population our best aid and hope to go there, or return there, in the future. 
My review

We came fromChisapani at the end of a long and difficult climb up to Kutumsang, a particularly pleasant part of our trek. The long but small mountain village has a peaceful atmosphere, and a gentle climate and we felt we had a genuine, if mute, contact with the locals - the Nepalese don't speak English very well and here they generally only know the essential vocabulary for their guesthouses. A game of football shared with the children, or smiles shared with the women - sometimes you don't need words. 

Kutumsang is slowly getting back to normal after the earthquake. It will take time before the village is able to welcome visitors again but once the time arrives it will be great! 

Passing through Kutumsang on a trek through magnificent countryside
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