A pilgrimage site having a Buddhist stupa and a Hindu shrine situated at an altitude of 2285 m south – west of Kathmandu serving good view of the combination of city and mountains (valley vista) is what we define as Champadevi. Hiking to Champadevi starts after we have a relaxing breakfast, we drive 16 km south from Kathmandu for an hour to a place called Pharping (on the way to Dakshinkali Temple). From here we start our hike gradually uphill for about half an hour. The trail toward the north ridge and through pine forested area provides fresh smell of wild roots. There are no lunch place along this hike so take some food with you. We continue hiking for about another 3 hours gradually uphill following the trail towards CHAMPADEVI. Langtang and Ganesh mountain range are expected view in clear seasons. The fusion in the view of central and western Himalayan Range is unbelievable to our eyes. After lunch, we stroll around for our wish and then continue hike downhill to Hattiban for 2 hours to catch our car and Drive back to Kathmandu to end our hike to Champadevi.