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The name of this river is after a legend that says, high in the Himalaya at Gosainkunda the god Shiva drove his trident into the ground to create three springs the source of the river and hence its name Trishuli. The river has carved some truly impressive gorges in its lower part as it cut its way through the 2000 meter high Mahavarath Range. These gorges are also the route flowed by the main Prithivi Highway. The opposite side to the road is relatively wild and you should see some wildlife, a profusion of colorful bird, including eagles and vultures. For many people this river represents the ideal compromise rafting trip: just the right length of time, exhilarating rapid, but not too difficult, easily accessible from Kathmandu. Trisuli river rafting The rapid on Trishuli are mainly big, bouncy and relatively safe; flips (where the raft capsizes) or other accidents are rare in normal water condition, and if you wish, it is possible to walk around the few difficult rapid. Since the highway follows the river you can easily come back to Kathmandu in few hours after completion of the trip
Some of the popular rivers for rafting are the Trisuli, Marshyangdi, Karnali, Seti, Sunkoshi and more. Rapids vary from river to river and are graded by experts which gives rafters some idea of what to expect on the trip. They have also been given imaginative names like ‘Surprise’, ‘Upset’ ‘Big Dipper’ etc. It’s a day or several days of fun floating down the river enjoying beautiful scenery, sometimes views of distant mountains, and resting on while sandy beaches. Rafting is alo used as a means to get to Chitwan National Park by reaching Narayan Ghat the put-out point where the trip ends and a road journey begins