Mountain Biking

Sikkim’s mountainous terrains offer a fascination adventure for bicycling enthusiasts. The highways winding up and down mountains with drops of thousands of feet keep one too high on adrenalin to feel the slightest pinch of monotony.

As one progresses along the route, there is a discernible change in the flora and temperature. All along the route, the interruption by picturesque and almost enchanting villages and towns rich in cultural spots make a welcome diversion.

This mountain biking and trek itinerary offers an exclusive experience of Sikkim, Darjeeling, the Land, its people and the flora & fauna. Biking is on remote roads avoiding high traffic routes and meandering through the lush countryside and forests, which will make this a memorable tour.

This itinerary has been designed to give you the maximum exposure to the land and people of Sikkim and a glimpse of Darjeeling. We bike covering almost all the West, North and East district of Sikkim with the amazing glimpses of the Khangchendzonga ranges, the impressive monasteries and the cultural and traditional life of the people of this enchanting place.

The best time to experience Sikkim by mountain bike would be March-May and October- December.



Day 01 Arrive Bagdogra , drive to Darjeeling
Day 02 Darjeeling sightseeing
Day 03 Darjeeling to Jorethang
Day 04 Jorethang to Geyzing (Bike) 42 kms
Day 05 Geyzing to Pelling (Bike) 10 kms
Day 06 Pelling to Khechopalri Lake (Bike) 24 kms
Day 07 Khechopalri Lake to Yuksom (Bike) 30 kms
Day 08 Yuksom to Rabongla via Tashiding (Bike) 58 kms
Day 09 Rabongla via Makha to Dikchu (Bike) 44 kms
Day 10 Dikchu to Mangan (Bike)
Day 11 Mangan to Lachung (Bike) 51kms
Day 12 Lachung to Yumthang and back to Lachung (Bike) 24 kms
Day13 Lachung to Chungthang (Bike) 21 kms
Day 14 Chunthang to Podong (Bike) 56 kms
Day 15 Podong to Gangtok (Bike) 40 kms
Day 16 Gangtok to Rumtek (Bike) 24 kms
Day 17 Rumtek to Bagdogra (Drive)

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Potala Tours & Treks, Paljor Stadium Road, Gangtok, Sikkim
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