Solududhkunda to construct tourist foot trail


By Our Correspondent

Solukhumbu, Aug 24 : A foot trail is going to be built in Solududhkunda Municipality, Solukhumbhu at a cost of Rs. 50 million.

The municipality is constructing the trail, which extends 25 kilometers from Pike Danda to Dudhkunda, with money provided by the Department of Tourism.

According to Nagel Jangbu Sherpa, mayor of Solududhkunda Municipality, the trail will start from Pike Danda and pass through Junbesi, Mopung, Thupten Chholing Monastery, Sarsabeni, and Tanksindu. 

He also said that this trail will help attract tourists and instructed the contractor, Jalukeni Nirman Sewa Pvt. Ltd., to pay attention to quality.

“The local government is ready to provide any help necessary but the state’s money should not go to waste,” he said firmly.

Rishi Raj Phuyal, head of Jalukeni, shared that the company received the contract on July 13 and would complete the work within one year. 

Engineer Roshan Khadka informed that the trail would consist of three kilometers of stairs, two rest houses, and several wooden bridges. 

He said that the contractor would use as many locally available resources as possible.

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