Trekking in Nepal

Your Go-to Trekking Guide in Nepal

Trekking in Nepal Himalaya provides you with amazing views and Himalayan wonders, for a small country offers varied destination from far north-eastern Himalayan belts to far North West with ever present high snow capped peaks within the harmony of local lively and colourful culture of ancient heritage.

Trekking in Nepal Himalaya listed as world’s favourite destination for all kinds of adventure, where one trek from a day to a week or more with exciting and enjoyable time in around Himalayan destinations walking past traditional farm villages, enchanting alpine forest covered with tall rhododendron-magnolia-firs-pines-spruce-hemlocks and oaks trees.

An ideal country for leisure hike and treks of moderate-adventurous to challenging and demanding adventure walks, all types of scenic destination awaits you to explore and get delights being near to world giant mountains.

Nepal the country of rolling green hills, verdant valley in the shade of tall peaks that lines the northern border with Tibet / China as you can trek on old Trans-Himalayan Salt Trade and Caravan Route of Nepal and Tibet in the comfort of nice and cosy warm lodges or using camping facilities, whatever your choice and options are.

Trekking Nepal Himalaya provides you with the best and expert guides where you can immerse within natural wilderness and around the local culture of strong Buddhism traditions and religion.

Nepal captures 8th world highest peaks from the list of 14, the first Mt. Everest, Mt. Kanchenjunga, Mt. Makalu, Mt. Cho-Oyu, Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Manaslu, Mt. Dhaulagiri, and 10th world highest Mt. Annapurna all above 8,000 meters peaks, includes hundreds of lesser peaks of 7,000 to below and above 6,000 m mountains.

The most favourite and popular destination for trekking in Nepal are Annapurna range where you can walk from a day to a week or months in and around massive Annapurna areas from the south towards north crossing high scenic passes of above 5,416 m at Thorang-la, the short and best trekking into the heart of Annapurna within its sanctuary and base camp.

Annapurna area is protected by ACAP (Annapurna Conservation Area Project)

Second mostly trekked area is on high Khumbu valley around Everest and its base camp with several options to take either fly to Lukla from Kathmandu and then walk to Everest base camp with a visit of beautiful Gokyo Lake taking a high Cho-la pass route.

One can take the classic, old and original route to Everest base camp treks from Jiri – an interesting walk following the footsteps of Tenzing and Hillary, the first conquer of Mt. Everest on May 29th, 1953, or just trek for a week visiting the famous Namche Bazaar and scenic Thyangboche Monastery.

Everest offers moderate to challenging trekking with three high passes with ever present views of world highest peaks from Everest-Lhotse-Cho-Oyu and Makalu as well with other famous smaller peaks.

Everest area protected by Sagarmatha National Park listed as world heritage sites since 1979, Sagarmatha name for Everest in Nepalese and Highlanders Sherpa calls Chomolungma of Tibetan origin, in both languages means ‘Great Mother.’

The next on the list comes trekking around Langtang area located north of Kathmandu valley of mere 135 kms. distance the closest mountain range from Kathmandu, the country of Tamang tribe of Tibetan Buddhism and way of life, an interesting trek towards scenic and awesome Kyanjin Gompa at 3,850 m high situated within beautiful Langtang valley with array of snow peaks that borders close with Tibet.

Langtang area offers several options for a week of moderate walks to adventurous towards high and holy Gosainkund Lake and then heading towards the east side of Kathmandu valley with amazing times on high ridges around Langtang Himal within Central Himalaya range of mountains.

Langtang area protected by Langtang National Park is also a home for rare and elusive Red Panda and other wildlife with enchanting cool alpine forest.

Next comes trekking within Nepal North Mid-West around Manaslu-Rubi Valley, Ganesh Himal and Tsum valley an interesting newly opened adventure destination where you can walk for 2 weeks or more in the comfort and warm hospitality of the local villagers in the harmony of Buddhism religion and ancient culture.

This area is a virgin country where very few trekkers have explored since it open for visitors a magnificent area of pure wilderness within local culture and high peaks of Ganesh and Manaslu mountain range.

Trekking Nepal Himalaya continues towards wild west around Upper Mustang-Dhaulagiri-Dolpo-Rara lake and as far to Humla and Limi Valley, where few trekkers have ventured – a wild and beautiful pristine country and undisturbed.

Trekking towards Far West involves flights before the trek begins and completing with a flight back either from Jomsom town-Jhupal or at Simikot, truly a country of great fascination.

Trekking Nepal Himalaya never ends as the adventure extends towards Far Eastern Himalaya towards world 5th highest Makalu and 3rd highest Kanchenjunga, where a flight and drive involves to reach its exciting base camps, where the trekking takes you with wonderful views around remote and rural farm villages, on the least trekked trails visiting both north and south base camp of Kanchenjunga and at Makalu visiting the scenic Barun and Arun valleys.

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Trekkers always comment about bridge crossing when on a trek in Nepal. Not all bridges are modern and some are missing planks giving you a scary, windy view down to the river below. In general, the bridges on the Manaslu Trek are mainly sound – or they were until the earthquake. For instance, the bridge before Machhakhola was damaged by the earthquake and the trail moved to pass along the river bed. During...

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