Trekking in Nepal

Nepal is a very beautiful trekking centre in the world. There are several destinations for trekking in Nepal. The selection of the area for trekking depends upon the choice and objective of the trekkers themselves. The trek ranges from a simple day-long-hike to exodus trek depending on the trekker’s own desire.

Some Famous Treks of Nepal

Annapurna Base Camp Trek – An absolutely scenic trek all the way to its base camp the trail passes through a range of different climate, Vegetation and cultures, from lush vegetation of rain and temperate forests to the terraced rice fields offering fascination introduction to Nepal’s culture and natural beauty.

Everset Panorama Trek – This trek is ideal for those with less time who never the less want a view of Everest. Mount Everest is fascinates the world by being top of the world. It provides a good insight into Sherpa culture without the struggle of high altitude trekking. This scenic trek along the river valley of the Dudh Kosi, brings you to Namche (the Sherpa’s capital of Khumbu Region), and the monastery at Thyangboche.

Ghorepani Trek – This Ghorepani trek is an easy trek and is a very popular one in Nepal. The highest point of this trek (3200 mtrs) and for many the highlight is an early morning pilgrimage to Poon Hill for a spectacular sunrise over the Himalayas, where the mountains stretch as far as the eye can see North towards Tibet West towards the Dhaulagiri Himal and East with superb views of the Annapurna Himal. Not a difficult trek, but it helps if you have a reasonable degree of fitness. This trek is considered to be the best introduction to trekking with some spectacular views.

Dhaulagiri Trekking – Dhaulagiri is a long trek that goes far beyond the normal haunts of trekkers and tourists, to remote areas of the country where the landscapes are wild and untamed and where the local inhabitants have seen little change in their way of life for centuries- untouched corners of an increasingly crowded planet. It is physically challenging, likely to include unfavorable weather conditions and strenuous activities, such as, climbing/ scrambling across high passes. The trekking in this area is relatively strenuous and needs some mountaineering knowledge.Around Dhaulagiri (White Mountain) is a challenging trek around the Dhaulagiri massif (8167m), the seventh highest mountain in the world.

Jomsom – Muktinath Trek – Jomsom-Muktinath Trekking is a part of Annapurna trek. In comparison to others, it is an easier trek. One of the most significant features of this trek is that it can be done through out the year as it falls under rain shadow area. The route actually crosses to the other side of the main Himalayan range for some magnificent views of the northern flanks. The entire route remains below 4000 meters but the trek is purely stimulating. This is a remarkable trek where you can explore the Buddhist and Hindu culture as well. There are spectacular mountain views, deepest gorge in the world and Jomsom is known as arid valley stunning you to praise it.

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