Pach Pokhari is situated to the north east of Kathmandu Valley and west of Rolwaling Himal. It is pilgrimage place for Hindus and it has five holy ponds at the height of 4462m. The area offers cultural heritage, unsurpassed beauty and biological diversity. The beautiful Himalaya range, pristine nature, and experiencing the various cultures are the major highlights of this trek. Jugal Himal is a small region west of Rolwaling Himal and southeast of Langtang Himal. The main peaks are Lenpo Gang (big white peak) at 6979m, Dorje Lakpa (6986m) and Ganchempo(6387m). This is the most easily accessible of all areas from Kathmandu.
The forests of Helambhu region and Langtang area prime example of temperate and sub alpine vegetation. The dense oak and pine forests on the trail of particular interest. As usual , the rhododendrons from a spectacular display during the spring.
Situated about 70km north of Kathmandu Valley, the area surrounding Pach Pokhari is inhabited by Sherpas, Tamangs and Chhetries. The language, culture and dress of the Helambu Sherpas is very different from those who live in Solu khumbu and Rolwaling area. This area is paricularly famous place for arts. Tamangs are also orginated in Tibet but settled in Nepal considerably earlier than Sherpas.