Nepal trekking is a regular adventure journey by foot in the highest mountain and deepest valley that range a few days, two weeks, three weeks or longer. Nepal is a hiking dreamland on earth that wins and solaces the heart of trekkers by the beauty of the Himalaya and Tibetan culture. Trekking in Nepal is not wilderness walking, trekkers will meet picturesque villages with fascinating Sherpa, Langtange, Narwas, Dolpowas, Lhomis, Yolmowas, and Mugalis people, temples, chortens, mani walls, monasteries, sacred lakes, wildlife, river valley and hot springs. The northern part of Nepal or the Himalayan Region consists an isolated, untouched, formation of nature, including eight of ten highest summits in the world, which is only reachable by walking. An air of peace and tranquility, Spectacular Mountain views, snowy paths, rocky steps, trans-Himalayan culture, per-historic cave, tantric Buddhism and mysterious monuments motivate visitors.
Trekking in Nepal is a special holiday from the subtropical lowland (1000m) into the treeless alpine zone (5600m) along the routes of high pass, deep gorge, forest-clad hill, yak pastures, river valley, terraced field and village. Walking is the method of reaching most destinations following the public transportation and communication routes of local people. A typical day’s walk lasts five to seven hours, including ascends and descends on the mountain rough trail enjoying scenario of majestically standing mountains, diverse landscapes, rural lifestyle and ancient culture. Mountain hiking is a skill with previous training and experience. Physically fit and mentally prepared nature and culture lovers can enjoy mountain adventures. A visitor follows the footsteps of Himalayan pioneers, including Edmund Hillary, Tenzing Norgay (1953), Toni Hagen (1950), Bill Tilman(1949), Yuichiro Miura (2013), Pasang Lhamu (1993), Maurice Herzog (1950) Reinhold Messner (1978), Apa Sherpa (1990), Jimmy Carter (1985), Prince Charles (1980), Harry (2016), and Junko Tabei (1975).
Everyday hiking activity is always changing from one camp to another camp with a new experience. Teahouse, backpacking, Homestay, and camping style treks are available in Nepal. Travelers can spend nights at simple lodges in the traditional routes, such as Everest, Langtang, and Annapurna or they can camp by themselves in the remote region, such as Kanchenjunga and Makalu in the east or Dolpo, Jumla and Api Nampa in the west. They can eat local food, western food or they have brought with them. Nepal hiking routes pass through a national park such as Sagarmatha, Langtang, Shey-Phoksundo, Makalu-Barun, Rara, and Shivapuri or a conservation area, including Kanchenjunga, Shivapuri, Annapurna, Manaslu, Api Nampa and Gaurishankar. The spectacular views of the world highest mountains at the base camp or high passes attract hundred of thousand tourists annually in Nepal. Kathmandu, Pokhara, Lukla, Jiri, Tumlingtar, Syabrubesi, Sundarijal, Nepalgunj, Juphal, Jomsom, and Besishahar offers to start and end a trek with an air or a land transport.
Nepal trekking categories normal, controlled and guided trips with an easy, moderate and strenuous grades, including the routes of Cho La (5420 m), Thorung La (5416 m), Renjo La (5360 m), Larke La (5106 m), Ganja La (5122 m) and Dhampus Pass (5155 m). An expensive camping trek in western and eastern Nepal or cheaper teahouse treks in central Nepal has 15 best treks. Meanwhile, the most popular hiking itinerary is an Annapurna Trekking, Everest Trekking, Langtang Trekking, Manaslu Trekking, Upper Mustang Trek, Rara Trek, Ganesh Himal Trekking, Arun Valley Trek, Dolpo Trekking, Api Nampa Trekking, Kanchenjunga Trekking, Makalu Trekking, Dhaulagiri Trekking, Rolwaling Trek and Great Himalaya Trek. Couples of short treks are in Kathmandu and Pokhara with an incredibly long trek (156-days) is Great Himalayan Trail (1700 km length) after 2008. Every year 200000 trekkers, especially from Japan, Germany, Taiwan, United States, United Kingdom, China, Korea, Denmark, Switzerland, India, Norway, France, Netherland, Canada, Malaysia and Singapore sign up the mountain holiday. Numerous local and foreign trekking agencies and organizations operate treks for groups to various regions of Nepal. Treks are organized 10 to 20 people or small groups. The 33 minor peaks called ‘trekking summits’ which can be climbed by trekkers if they are issued the climbing permit before a hiking departure. History of Nepal trekking started since 1950. Certain treks offer majestic mountain scenery, others a glimpse of hill life and spectacular flora and fauna displays. Mountain weather can instantly change in a high pass or remote area, hire a professional guide to be safe from snowstorms and other hazards. Trekking permit and TIMS Card are required to the national park, conservation, and restricted areas.
The best hiking season in Nepal is late September to early December and late February to early May, however, hiking to rain shadow area (Upper Mustang, Dolpo region) in the monsoon and Homestay trek in winter is possible. Proper clothes, shoes, sunglass, medicine, rescue insurance, money for food and transport, and a professional guide or a porter is required. Photographs of Himalayan peaks, suspension bridge, seasonal flower, vegetation, wildlife, river valley, waterfall, hot spring and thatched roof villages will be available for the participants. Interaction with rural people in a subject of culture, tradition, weddings, festivals, funerals, school, health post, food habit, crop conditions, and communication is also possible. Hiking is a healthy activity that is beneficial to your health. Take picture only and leave a footprint, only and contribute eco-tourism or alternative tourism. Climb high sleep low to avoid high altitude sickness, be safe from a beast, landslide, and rock falling trail. Be a responsible traveler, Mountain people expect to gain a bit of income to grow sustainable development from you. Call, now in Yeti Trail Adventure for the trekking trip (teahouse, camping, homestay or other styles), cost, itinerary, package (guide, porter, transport, and food), and trekking information with your available time and fitness level.
Everest trekking is an adventure journey in the base camp of the world highest summits. A strenuous grade hiking passes through the Dudh ...Read More
Annapurna trekking offers an unbelievable journey through the Marshyangdi, Kali Gandaki, and Modi River Valley into the Thorung La Pass (5416 ...Read More
Langtang trekking is interesting mountain journey on foot in the national park forest, river valley, Tamang settlement, and yak ...Read More
Kanchenjunga trekking is a strenuous camping trip to visit the third world highest mountain (8586 m) that lies in the Far Eastern Nepal. The hiking ...Read More
Makalu trekking is a few weeks camping trip in the remote region to visit the world highest mountain peaks, located in the northeastern Nepal. ...Read More
Dhaulagiri trekking is an adventure trip with glacier path, located in western Nepal. The trip starts from Beni (820 m) bank of the Kali Gandaki ...Read More
Ganesh Himal trekking is an interesting moderate camping trip offers to explore the Tamang culture; high pass, Netrawati River valley, untouched ...Read More
Manaslu trekking offers to glimpse an eight world’s highest Mt. Manaslu (8163 m), to cross the Larkya La Pass (5106 m), visit the Tibetan ...Read More
Dolpo trekking is an adventure camping trip to the highest settlement in Nepal. It is situated northwestern Himalaya which is restricted ...Read More
New trekking trails are growing up in the mountain where annually numerous hikers visit to spend their holiday in remote areas with the viewpoint ...Read More
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Maximum Altitude: 3840 m
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