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Day Hiking Champa Devi Hill

Hiking In Kathmandu

Champa devi hiking trip
Trip Facts
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Trip Duration 1 day (5-6 hours)
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Maximum altitude 2278 m
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Hiking Starting Point Bhanjyang
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Ending point Macche Gaon
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Trip Dificulties Easy Hiking


Champa Devi Hill is a famous hiking destination on the outskirts of the Kathmandu valley. Located at an altitude of 2278 meters, Champadevi hill is named after the Champadevi temple at the top of the hill. There is also a Buddhist stupa which adds spiritual and religious significance to the place.


You can observe the spectacular landscape of the entire Kathmandu valley from the viewpoint. Besides that, the breathtaking snow-capped mountains including Mt. Everest, Ganesh Himal, Langtang, Annapurna, Gaurishanker, and others will allure you. Hikers will walk along the magnificent forested trails to arrive at the destination.


The historical settlements of Bungamati, Pharping, and Khokana are also visible from Champa Devi. This hike is ideal for those who have a compact schedule and want to go on a quick adventure. It is ideal for all skill levels and doable all round the year. There is also an option to extend the hike to Bhasmasur hill for more eager hikers. Day Hiking Champa Devi is a lovely adventure and takes just 5 to 6 hours to complete.

Cost Include / Exclude

What’s include

  • English Speaking Hiking Guide
  • Transportation from Kathmandu to Bhanjyang and returned  to Kathmandu from Macche Gaon by Private Car/ van
  • Government tax and vat.

What’s excluded

  • international airfare and Nepal entry visa fee .
  • Hotels
  • All Meals
  • Tips for the guide and Driver

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