Til is the westernmost of the three villages in the Limi valley; it is at an altitude of 3,870 m and lies close to the confluence of one of the tributaries to the main river in the valley bottom. The track linking Til with Simikot is the only one that lies entirely within Nepalese territory; the Nyalu La Pass on the track is snow-free and therefore passable only between about mid-April and mid-November. Like the other two villages in Limi, the language and culture are Tibetan, and the agricultural methods of local people are Tibetan. Barley, the main crop of the region, and small amounts of other crops, are grown on terraces formed in the sandy soils of the region.
Day 1: Arrive in Kathmandu (1320 m). Overnight in hotel.
Day 2: Free day for trek preparation and sightseeing in Kathmandu. Overnight in hotel.
Day 3: Flight to Nepalgunj (1320 m). Overnight in hotel.
Day 4: Flight to Simikot (2950 m). Overnight camping.
Day 5: Trek to Kermi (2700 m).
Day 6: Yalbang Gumba (3000 m).
Day 7: Tumkot (3100 m).
Day 8: Yari (4000 m) and camp in a field.
Day 9: Explore in and around Yari village to acclimatize.
Day 10: Shivshiv (4200 m).
Day 11: Nara La (4500 m) - Hilsa (3700 m).
Day 12: Manepema (3900 m).
Day 13: Haljee (3600 m).
Day 14: Gombayok.
Day 15: Takchhe.
Day 16: Sakya Khola.
Day 17: Gyuokharka.
Day 18: Gyuokharka Round (5000 m).
Day 19: Takchhe.
Day 20: Talung Khola Valley.
Day 21: Nyalu Lagna (5000 m) - Dharamsala.
Days 22 & 23: Kermi.
Day 24: Pani Nyaula.
Day 25: Simikot.
Day 26: Flight to Nepalgunj then connecting flight to Kathmandu. Overnight in hotel.
Day 27: Free time in Kathmandu. Overnight in hotel.
Day 28: Drive to the airport for flight to onward destination.
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