Map of Rara & Jumla

The Great Himalaya Trail N3: Rara, Jumla & Mugu

Rara Lake is the a meeting point of trails heading to Simikot in Humla, The Far West and, to the East, Jumla and Dolpa. The Great Himalaya Trail is shaded yellow. Please give the map a moment to load on slow connections.

Map of Rara & Jumla

Copyright notice

The Rara, Jumla & Mugu Map of the GHT has been created and published by on behalf of the Great Himalaya Trail Development Programme.

The map is based on data from the National Geographic Information Infrastructure Programme (NGIIP) of Nepal. The International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development (ICIMOD) also provided data. Trekkers and guides have been consulted on current routes.

Data: © Government of Nepal, Survey Department, ©, ©

Purchase this map

The Rara, Jumla & Mugu Map of the GHT can be purchased online on

Other maps in this series: The Far West / Humla / Dolpa / Annapurna & Mustang / Ganesh Himal & Manaslu / Langtang & Helambu / Rolwaling & Everest / Makalu Barun / Kanchenjunga.


If you have any suggestions or comments for improving the maps, please write an email to [email protected]. Feedback received will be incorporated in future editions of the map.

More Rara maps

Himalayan Maphouse has produced Great Himalaya Trail maps as well for all sections of both the high route and the low route of the GHT.

The Dunai Jumla Rara map also includes the excellent Jumla-Dolpa trek route which runs along the Great Himalaya Trail lower route. It also covers a high route from Gamgadhi over to Popagaon.

This trekking map can be easily found in Kathmandu and possibly through some international retailers.

Map of the Upper GHT from Shey Gompa to Mugu via Pho Gaun

The following is a trekking map for the Great Himalaya Trail in the remote area between Kagbeni and Dho Tarap.

Click the right most button for a fullscreen version.

Map of the Upper GHT from She-Phoksundo NP to Rara NP

Click the right most button for a fullscreen version.

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