Heli Biking in Nepal with Himalayan Single Track


One Step Closer to Mountain Bikers Heaven

Heli-Biking is yet to take off in Nepal, and now Himalayan Single Track has forged a relationship with Heli Skiing specialists Altitude Air to custom the Helicopters to carry bikes and service some of the best trails in Nepal. Heli-Biking is not for the light of heart! You need solid riding skills to enjoy these trails, but you will not be disappointed. Himalayan Single Tracks Heli-Biking tours hand pick epic single tracks and descents that will leave you begging for more.

Helicopters in Nepal are still expensive, so we highly recommend you to grab three of your best buddies to economize this adventure.

Group size: 2 – 4 pax.

Some of our Suggestions

Crush the Himalaya

This one day blast form Phedi, high up towards Throng La hits the trails all the way to Kalopani over about 60km of descending, epic single tracks and a few short steep climbs. Its pure Enduro with the help of a Helicopter, we are sure that once will not be enough. Trail can be run in either direction, from Josmom side or from Manang side. Don’t worry about the altitude, you’ll be hitting the trails so hard and fast you won’t be up there for long! But for safety reason our sensible side says get some acclimatization days in Nepal before doing this ride.

High Flyer – 7 Days

This ultimate seven day Heli biking package has it all, five star hotels, Heli drops to some of the most panoramic sites in Nepal and of course five star trails! We traverse the mid Himalaya dropping in at Manakamana and then head up to Muktinath and Lubra Valley for some spectacular Heli assisted biking! Each day ends with cold beers and incredible sunsets.

Straight to the Top – Pikey Peak – 6 Days

From Kathmandu all the way to the top of Pikey Peak in just an hour and a half, no traffic, no horns, no long bumpy jeep ride, no hefty hike a bike! Complete the epic descent in one day and then spend a few days ripping up the local community forest trails around the area before flying back to Kathmandu.

Tsum Valley – 6 Days 

Without a doubt the Manasulu region offers some epic biking, but who wants to hike a bike for days at a time when you can fly in? This trip drops us in Tsum Valley where we have endless options for riding in this diverse Himalayan play ground. This one is for serious bikers only!

Please email us for more information and customized programs for the above trips. info@himalayansingletrack.com

Trail Notes about Heli-Biking

Heli-Biking in Nepal is an extreme adventure sport, we travel to remotes areas and high altitudes. Trails are rugged, rocky and very exposed in some places. The riders should be fit and have good skill level.

Heli biking is limited to 4 riders per chopper and a load limit of 500kg, so pack light and get ready to ride hard.

When booking the trip with Himalayan Single Track, we offer full airport to airport service including all transfers, hotels and logistics for you and your bike. We are also happy to custom tours to suit your needs. All you have to do is sit back and enjoy your ride.


What sort of bike should I bring for this trip?

Any trail ripping full suspension bike 140mm to 160mm travel. A lighter bike is better in Nepal as there will inevitable be some pedaling.

Can I hire a bike?

Yes Himalayan Single Track  has a range of well-maintained and up to date full suspension bikes, our suggestion is Giant Reign.

What spare parts can I get in Nepal?

We have a shop in Thamel where most spare parts for bikes are available, things like tubes, tires, chains, lubes and chain links can be brought. Specialist things like tubeless liquid, spare parts for 1 x 12 and brakes pads other than Shimano should be brought with you, or check with us first.

How do I pay for the trip?

If you decide to book this trip with Himalayan Single Track, we take 20% deposit at the time of booking paid by bank transfer. Balance should be paid on arrival by cash or credit card.

For full trip dossier’s please send us an email. info@himalayansingletrack.com