RIDE the Marijuana Loop

This mountain biking experience will leave you wanting more, as you enjoy the trails in the southern part of Kathmandu Valley.

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DAILY DEPARTURES | need a day notice maximum


Book it here: https://ktm-magicalmarijuanaloop.youcanbook.me/

Developed by a rockstar cum mountain biker, the Magical Marijuana Trail is an approximately 25-kilometer ride that showcases what Nepal has to offer in terms of mountain biking. It does suburban trails, single tracks, some downhill, cross-country and even urban trails inside the two townships of Bungamati and Khokana.

In 2017, the Kathmandu Kora Cycling Challenge started working with the youth of Bungamati to create a new initiative called the Bungamati Trails. This ride even touches these trails and helps support the development of a mountain biking destination in Nepal.

You will be led by an expert guide, and we shall organise a good mountain bike and helmet for you. We shall end the ride with a pizza and a drink. Just the way it should be!


Mountain Biking Guide
Hardtail Mountain Bike
A Meal
A Soft Drink


Any other gear not mentioned in Includes
Emergency evacuation - just in case


Start by driving to the southern part of town by taxi with the guide. Later stop for a coffee at the famous Karma Coffee, before getting a short briefing and checking out the gear to see if it fits your riding. Ride out urban backtrails to avoid traffic to hit the main trails outside the ring road. Upon reaching Bungamati, tour the town a bit (its famous for woodcraft) and then continue on to the singletracks behind Khokana. Eventually head back with a uphill to reach Bhaisepati and come back to Karma Coffee to end the ride.

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Brief Itinerary Detailed Itinerary
  • "Ride the Magical Marijuna Trail"



  • Ride the Marijuana loop

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