Mountain Biking

Nepal is lodged between the high pristine Himalaya and the misty Indian plains. Nepal is a land with undefeated and uncharted adrenaline kicking single tracks as well as wide dirt tracks that imprinted through high plains and irreplaceable villages. It is the land of Gurkhas, Sherpas, yaks and yetis, monasteries, mantras and the high Himalayas. The Nepal Himalaya is the ultimate goal for most mountain bike lovers. Some of the Himalaya’s most iconic and accessible biking is on offer here, with rugged trails in and around Kathmandu valley, the Annapurna circuit and beyond. Nowhere else can you mountain bike for days in incredible high mountain scenery, guarantee in the mind that there is an always a breath taking view beyond that horizon.MIAS-Logo

The Gurkha Adventure assurances this incredible mountain biking experience with cherished memory to riders. Most of the Gurkha adventures mountain bike leader is MIAS (Mountain-bike Instructors Award Scheme) qualified whose utmost priority is to give you once in a lifetime experiences with utmost safety in mind to all riders. He is a local born and bread who has great knowledge in leading the group with a high international standard manner, with basic First Aid and rescue the rider out from difficulties that could be face while riding. As mountain bike associated with freedom and adventure that promotes to explore local area, our leaders always foster high regards for the environment, other users, inhabitants and encourage others in understanding of the issues of conservation, access and erosion. Overall you as a rider will be safe under our high-qualified MIAS leader.

We are MIAS UK approved provider. Our MIAS level 5 qualified instructors provide training, assessment and give qualification in the technical and group management skills required to those who wish to lead groups in a variety of on and off-road environments in the Nepal. MIAS is recognised by Adventuremark and LOtC (Learning Outside the Classroom), Adventure Activities Licensing Service (AALS) and Association of British Cycling Coaches (ABCC).