Tsum Valley Trekking is one of the remote and cultural trekking in Nepal. It is located in the extreme northern part - Gorkha region of Nepal. The Tsum valley is nestled between the Baudha Himal and Himal Chuli to the west, Ganesh Himal to the south, and Sringi Himal to the north. Tsum Valley Trek takes the visitors to the hidden valley of Tsum, which was formed by the "Tsumbas" (Indigenous people from the Tibet). Basically, the Tsum Valley is located to the east of Manaslu, on the border with Tibet. It remains relatively untouched, with ancient villages and Tibetan Buddhist monasteries waiting to be explored by the visitors, as it was just opened in 2008 AD. Every day you have to walk between 5–8 hours, to reach the highest point of the trek, which is 4,000m above the largest of the monasteries in the valley - Mu Gompa.
The Tsum Valley Trekking starts and ends at Sotikhola, eight hours drive from Kathmandu. The trail to the religious pilgrimage site of Tsum Valley heads upper Budi Gandaki River Valley through the unexplored countryside. Throughout the trek, you will explore the inhabited Tibetan community and authentic Tsum Villages such as Chhokangparo, where the area is long considered Baeyul or Hidden land. The unspoiled culture and tradition of Tsumba with fabulous Mountain View of Ganesh Himal Range, Sringi Himal, Buddha Himal, and Himalchuli are definitely some of the main highlights of the trek. Tsum Valley Trekking Permit is rock bottom cheap compare to other restricted areas and even cheaper than its sister trekking trail - Manaslu Trekking.