Trekking Trail built with villagers’ labor


17th Apr, 2017 | Tourism Mail Crew


PARBAT, April 17 : Locals have built a trekking trail in their own labor in Parbat’s Lesphar. They have successfully built the new trekking trail measuring Eleven Hundred meter long trail from Hampal’s Jaljala, one of the famous tourist attraction in Parbat, to Maharedada of Myagdi.

With an intention to ensure easy route for tourists from Lesphar to Magdi, villagers have donated their labor equals to Rs. 5 lakhs.

According to Narsingh Pun, a local resident, “Locals of Magdi VDC-4 Cang Lesphar Khasurbash and Reshpatal Community Forest group have totally reconstructed the trail which made it comfortable for tourists to travel that had been very harsh since 37 years.”

With the establishment of the trekking trail, it have been untroubled to reach Maharedada from Hampallekh, one of the highest hill of Parbat which is situated at three thousand 300 metre above sea level. Before the reconstruction of the trail, it would take 6 hours to reach Maharedada from Lesphar and now it have been shortened to 4 hours.

International and national tourists have been using this trekking trail to reach Magdi’s Naggi, Poonhill and Maharedada through  Kaski’s Nayapul, Mahariya and Lesphar.