Bhotekoshi
Bhote Koshi is a river in Nepal, which is snow-fed from the melting Himalaya ranges. Located about 70 km east of Kathmandu, it is one of the seven most popular white-water rafting rivers in Nepal. The origins of this roaring wall of white water gives the river it’s name; Bhote meaning coming from Tibet and Koshi meaning river, Bhote Koshi, the river that hails from Tibet. The path of this river is the steepest in Nepal creating a virtual year-round torrent that provides some of the most exciting rafting in the world. It also serves the Bote Koshi Project, a hydroelectricity project that provides up to 45 MW electricity. The Last Resort, one of the world's deepest gorge bungee jumps, is based in this river's gorge.