About Limi Valley Trek
Limi Valley is well known for its widely varied vegetation most strikingly the marmot, wolf, wild yak, blue sheep, wild steed,yapping deer, musk deer, bunny, Himalayan mountain bear and snow leopard.
A trek to Limi Valley gives an adventure brimming with wonderful trekking destinations and benevolent nature. Karnali, the longest river of Nepal enter the hills from the outskirt from Hilsa. Hilsa is the beginning point of Limi Valley. A trek to Limi Valley is a must to get delightful perspective of mountains. The trek is remunerating as it offers an opportunity to see Mt. Api, Mt. Saipal (7,031 m), Mt. Kanjirowa, Mt. Gorakh and mountains in Tibet such as Mt. Kailash and Mt. Gorlamdanda. The trek likewise offers a visit to 8000-year old religious communities with their own authentic characteristics. Trekkers additionally find the opportunity to know the living styles, the customs and the culture of the general population living in Limi Valley which are preserved.
This valley is occupied by individuals ofTibetan origin. Regardless of their culture, custom and rituals.There are only 3 towns in Limi Valley named Til (slightest populated just with 30 families and nearest to the Tibet-China outskirt), Halji (touches other side of border to Burlang in Tibet) and Jhang (Limi's most populated town with more than 300 people groups). Halji and Gombayok are prevalent towns of this zone.