The major valleys in Nepal follow north southern through the Himalayan chain. Many rise in Tibet (the land of Bhot) and are known as Bhotekosi, changing their names in Nepal. One of these rivers is the Bhotekosi/Tamakosi, west of Everest. Near the border with Tibet a narrow, tributary valley enters the Bhotekosi from the east; this is the Rolwaling Valley. The mountain range on the side, the Rolwaling Himal, forms the border with Tibet, the highest and most spectacular peak being Gaurishankar (7146m).
If you like to extend your holidays in Nepal with your short time to experience the high mountains and Nepalese culture you can choose these short and easy extensions trips. Also for those who are inexperience in walking up and down on the mountain the following options are the best to choose. Click on the link below to get its information.