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Nepal Trekking

Trekking in Nepal is available comfort to the challenging Himalayan journey 8 out of the world's 14 highest mountains are accessible only on foot. Regular, controlled, and guided trekking destinations advance 1000 to 5000 meters in national parks, conservation areas, villages, river valleys, mountain passes, and base camps with stunning Himalayas views. Physically and mentally fit tourists walk 4 to 7 hours daily on centuries-old locals, pilgrims and mountaineer trails departing from Kathmandu and Pokhara by driving or flight. Less explored exciting Himalayan destinations in Nepal are trekker's paradise lasts a week to several weeks in Kanchenjunga, Makalu, Everest, Rolwaling (Eastern Himalayas), Dolpo, Jumla, Api Nampa (Western Himalayas), Langtang, Helambu, Ganesh Himal, Manaslu, Annapurna, Dhaulagiri (Central Himalayas). Everest, Annapurna, Langtang, Manaslu, and Kanchenjunga trekking regions are the best hiking destinations in Nepal. 

Nepal Trekking depends on the tourists' time, fitness, budget and preference with alpine flowers, festivals, serenity, cool breeze, majestic views and friendly people. Government-registered hiking agencies arrange a group of 5 to 20 people, culturally relevant and environmentally sensitive to the mountain without sufficient health care, transportation and communication facilities. Nepal's rewarding holiday, mountain trekking, is safe and worth meeting nature. 

The challenging trekking itinerary suggests Sherpani Col pass (6135 m), Mirgin La pass (4480 m), Cho La pass (5420 m), Tashi Lapcha pass (5750 m), Ganja La pass (5122 m), Tilman pass (5320 m), Larky La pass (5106 m), Sing La pass (4200 m), Kang La pass (5306 m), Thorung La pass (5416 m), French pass (5360 m), Numa La pass (5320 m).

Adventure with exhilarating trekking reaches base camps of Everest, Kanchenjunga, Makalu and Annapurna. Short foothill trekking identifies Arun Valley, Langtang Valley, Jomsom Valley and Tsum Valley trek. The challenging trekking suggests the Dhaulagiri, Annapurna and Manaslu circuit trek. Mountain base camps take two to three weeks, more secured Ghorepani Poon Hill trek, Short ABC trek, Everest view trek, Royal trek and Langtang Valley treks are complete in a week. Trekkers en route climb Island Peak, Lobuche peak (Everest) and Pisang Peak (Annapurna). Additional trekking packages suggest yoga, pony riding, skiing, flora fauna research, bird watching, video documentary and photography. 

Nepal's four seasons favoured hiking destinations offer two days Annapurna to 156 days long-distance, Great Himalaya Trail (1700 km/1100 miles path). Mountain trekkers burn 4000 to 5000 calories per day in the Himalayas hiking. The five best Nepal treks are trekkers paradise, to explore well-known trekking destinations, Everest Base Camp trek (14 days), Annapurna Base Camp trek (10 days), Langtang Valley trek (7 days), Manaslu Circuit trek (15 days), and Kanchenjunga Base Camp trek (16 days). 

Annually, 2,50,000 tourists sign up for Nepal trekking booking to experience mountain views, solitude, rural lifestyle, flora and fauna. Nepal's trekking pioneers are Maurice Herzog (1950), Toni Hagen (1950), Tenzing Norgay, Edmund Hillary (1953), Colonel Jimmy Roberts (1960), Junko Tabei (1975) and Jimmy Carter (1985). 

Hiking is a long day mountain walk. Trekking is a multi-day mountain journey on foot without climbing. Hiking and trekking hierarchies separate in duration, remoteness, ambition, and destination. Why Trek to Nepal? Moderate to challenging safe trekking is suggested for beginner to experienced level trekkers, nature lovers, adventure seekers, and cultural enthusiasts for beautiful landscapes, cultural immersion, and physical challenges. Annapurna, Everest, Manaslu and Langtang regions are favoured trekking destinations. Trekking routes lead to religious and spiritual heritage sites, monasteries, temples, and stupas to witness vibrant celebrations, mountain views, dramatic landscapes, scenic river valleys and endless ranges of hills. Trekking trails cross diverse terrains to terraced fields, lush green forests, alpine meadows, and desert plateaus.

Trekking meets traditional villages, mixed ethnic groups, cultural richness, traditions, customs, and festivals. Trekkers experience a warm hospitality tea house accommodation, food, and culture. The mountain national parks and conservation areas are home to floral and faunal varieties, including red pandas, snow leopards, Himalayan tahr, and mountain pheasant. The travellers glimpse some of the best mountain views, the highest peak in the world, an air of peace, the Trans-Himalayan culture, prehistoric caves, Tantric Buddhism, mysterious monasteries, fluttering prayer flags, yak pastures and waterfalls. Trekking route encounters roaring Himalayas-fed rivers, alpine lakes, Himalayas sunrise, sunset ridges, hot springs, cantilever bridges, musk deer, blue sheep, red pandas, snow leopards and colourful birds. Trekkers interact with rural culture, traditions, weddings, festivals, schools, health posts and farming. Additional trekking details on the season, guesthouse, types, equipment, mountain sickness, food, safety and benefits are below.

Trekking Season

September, October and November (autumn) are the best trekking months with perfect temperature, weather, blue sky, and greenery with Himalayan views. Those months celebrate Dashain, the Deepawali festival and crop harvesting. The next ideal trekking season is March, April and May (spring) for perfect weather and mountain views. Rhododendrons and orchids bloom in spring. The autumn and spring seasons are best in Nepal to experience mountain views, sunrise, sunset, photography, wildlife, flora and fauna. June to September falls monsoon, though rain shadow area Dolpo and Upper Mustang offer 10-15 days treks. The lower part of the Himalayan region suggests winter treks. 

Trekking Preparation 

Nepal Trek preparation in Kathmandu ensures your physical and mental fitness for the mountain holiday. Obtain the necessary entry permits for the National Park and Conservation Areas, Rural Municipality. Spend a day in Kathmandu (1350 m) to adjust your body. Make a list of all the necessary trekking gear, boots, backpacks, sleeping bags, and other essentials. Confirm with your insurance provider that trekking region above 5000 metres altitude. Consult with your doctor about altitude sickness and medications. Attend a pre-trek briefing meeting with a guide and porter introduction. Confirm your transportation from Kathmandu to the trekking starting place.

Exchange enough currency for your trek and introduce yourself to the local customs and traditions of mountain people. Keep a list of emergency contacts with your embassy or consulate in Nepal. Select your favourite trekking region, itinerary, budget and travelling time. We manage official documents, trekking permits, TIMS, guides, porters, buses, taxis, domestic flights and private helicopters if needed. Get information on culture, tradition, dress code, conservation and national park rules. Enjoy Kathmandu day sightseeing with the trekking preparation.

Trekking Booking

Trekking booking saves tourists time and management. At least 1000 Government-registered trekking agencies arrange packages, including permits, guides, porters, transport, food and accommodation. Tourists pay themselves bars, hot showers and battery charge bills. The best-selling mountain trips are Everest Base Camp, Annapurna Base Camp, Langtang Valley, and Manaslu Circuit Trek. Quality mountain hiking bookings are suggested only with registered trekking agencies for government tax without paying 20-30% commission to global travel agents. 

Trekking Guide and Porter 

Nepal government required licensed trekking guides from 1st April 2023. Trekking guide and porter is worth explaining safety, comfort, and information on the mountain trail, Himalayas, culture, first aid and local lifestyle. The English-speaking guide charges $25 for one day, porter costs $20. There are 16000 trekking guides with licenses. The mountain guide leads 5-10 tourists, and a porter carries two tourist bags (20 kg). 

Trekking Cost 

Tea house trekking costs at least $80 per person per day, and camping trek costs $120 per head per day depending on the trekking destination, itinerary, permit, food, guide, porter, transportation, insurance, and 13% government tax. Restricted areas and base camp treks are expensive due to the trek permits, duration, and flight tickets. Food and lodging costs are cheaper in the Lower part than in the higher area. The Everest base camp trekking package (13 days) for a solo trekker costs 1800 US dollars.  

Trek Starting Ending Places

Pokhara and Besisahar - (ABC, Annapurna Circuit, Ghorepani Poon Hill, Royal, Dhaulagiri trek) 

Lukla, Jiri, and Phaplu - (EBC, Gokyo Lake, Everest 3 Passes trek). 

Syaprubesi, Melamchi Pul Bazaar, and Sundarijal - (Langtang valley, Gosainkunda, Helambu, Chisapani Nagarkot trek) 

Soti Khola - (Manaslu Circuit trek)

Suketar and Basantapur Hile - (Kanchenjunga North, South Base Camp trek)

Juphal Airport - (Upper Dolpo, Lower Dolpo trek)

Beni Bazaar - (Dhaulagiri Circuit trek)

Gokuleshwor - (Api Nampa trek, Api Nampa Base Camp trek) 

Trekking Lodges 

Only locals get permits for trekking lodge business. Annapurna, Langtang, Manaslu, Kanchenjunga, and Everest regions have two-bedroom lodges with food, beverages and bucket showers. The room costs from 300 to 1000 Rupees. An expensive guesthouse is available in Lukla, Namche Bazaar, Jomsom, and Birethanti. October-November season lodge will remain overfull, which requires pre-booking with a cell phone. 

Tea House Trek 

Tea house trek is a safe 5 to 7 hours daily hike with a mountain guide, permit and rucksack. Tea house treks are the most popular authentic way to explore dramatic landscapes, river valleys, wooded hills, terraced fields, mountain vistas and the rich culture of Nepal. Tea house treks suggest staying in local tea houses along the well-known trekking route in Everest, Langtang, Annapurna, Manaslu, and Kanchenjunga. The tea house trek eliminates camping gear and allows trekkers overnight rest at comfortable accommodations. 

Lodge-based treks provide a unique opportunity to interact with local communities, experience Nepali hospitality, and immerse in the gorgeous Himalayan scenery with various route levels and preferences. The cosy accommodations typically shared a bathroom, dining, hospitality, and organic meals. Local families contribute to an economy offering authentic experiences. Choose a trek that aligns with your fitness level and trekking experience in the trail difficulty. 

Trekking Equipments 

Local climate needs trekking equipment. The warm clothes are from October to March, lightweight clothes from April to September, and raincoats suggest the monsoon trek. Hiking gear can be bought or rented in Kathmandu and Pokhara. Lightweight backpacking with fluid and energy-rich foods is most important. 

1. Trekking permit, TIMS, map, travel insurance, passport photocopy, journal, diary, pen, reading book.

2. Sleeping bag, trekking boot, rucksack, a flip-flop (thong), running shoes, down jacket, fleece jacket, glove, trekking poles, snow gaiters, crampon, Ice axe, rope if needed. 

3. A pair of woollen socks, windproof trousers, pants, skirt, blouse, shirt, thermal underwear, sun hat, woollen hat, swimsuit, towel and raincoat.

4. Sunglasses, flashlight, camera, battery charger, money belt, Nepali Rupee, US Dollar.

5. Soap, shampoo, toothpaste, brush, tampon, gas lighter, earplug, lip balm, sun lotion, shaving materials, alarm clock.

6. Thermometer, paracetamol, aspirin tablets, Diamox, Norfloxacin tablets, multivitamin tablets, Oral Rehydration Solution, blister material.

7. A litre of two water bottles, water purifier, energy bar, cookie, Swiss knife and binoculars. 

Camping Trek

Camping trekking suggests remote mountains without lodges. Every day hike offers 5 to 6 hours, stay overnight in a tent. The camping trek remains expensive because of the transportation of private kitchen, food, medicine, tent, guide and porter service. Dolpo, Kanchenjunga, and Royal Trek offer a camping trek. The Himalayan trekking trails explore incredible scenery, local lifestyle, and cultures.

The camping trek in Nepal without the tea shops offers a more immersive and adventurous to be closer to the nature of remote regions, setting up tents and campsites at designated spots. The camping trek allows flexibility in route itinerary to seek solitude and explore less-travelled off-the-beaten tracks. You will witness stunning landscapes, remote villages, and diverse ecosystems. Participants should be physically fit, accustomed to outdoor living, and ready to hike in rugged and isolated surroundings.

Trekking Gears

Kitchen utensils, kerosene stove or gas cylinder, oven, rice, wheat flour, vegetables, fruits, eggs, bread, foods, necessary tents, mattress, and pillow. Jam, honey, rope, toppling, Nepali Rupee, basket, tumpline, frypan, soup bowl, plates, glass, tea, coffee, hot water bag, bucket, washing bowl and warm clothes. 

Hiking Pace 

Every day hike begins with a hot breakfast. Check your stamina, route and estimated time. Walk gentle rest every hour with drinking water, mountain views, and photographs. Trekkers will eat breakfast at 7:30, and the hike starts at 8 a.m. Lunch will be ready at 1:00 p.m., and dinner at 7:00 p.m. Most trekkers arrive at the camp around 2 p.m. The mountain rules adjust your body, walking high and sleeping low, drinking 3-4 litres of water daily, including tea, coffee and soup. Every day hiking suggests 5-7 hours, though the high pass trek requires 9-10 hours to get to the next camp. The daily trek requires only three hundred to 1000 meters of ascents. Tourists will follow the guide and porter's pace for comfort. 

High Altitude Sickness 

Altitude sickness can occur above 2400 meters with the symptoms of headache, sleeping disturbance, fatigue, loss of appetite, breathing problems due to low oxygen pressure, low temperature, limited vegetation, high radiation value, low humidity, cold climate and steep land. 

Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS) - Trekker cannot feel comfortable and appears with mild symptoms of headache, loss of appetite, tiredness or fatigue, sleep disturbance, or shortness of breath.

High Altitude Pulmonary Edema (HAPE) - The water goes to the patient's lungs. It increased shortness of breath, noisy breathing at rest time, severe cough, dry cough with difficulty, unusual fatigue while walking, high pulse rate (i.e. 110), and blueness of face, lip, or fingernails.

High Altitude Cerebral Edema (HACE) - Water gets in the head, with a symptom of severe headaches, vomiting, nausea, drunken gait, hallucination, irritability, swelling (Edema) and unconsciousness. 

Ascend slowly, climb high, sleep low, wear proper clothes, drink 4-5 litres daily with tea, coffee, juice, and boiled water, and eat carbohydrate food. Hire a guide or porter, avoid alcohol, smoking, sleeping pills, and daytime sleep. If you get the above symptoms, descend 500 metres, take oxygen, Gamow bag, use Diamox 125 mg for AMS, Nifedipine for HAPE, and Steroids/dexamethasone. Call a mountain rescue helicopter or horse to a lower altitude. 

Trekking Food & Drinks 

The local lodge management committee fixed the Mountain food menu in Annapurna, Langtang, Manaslu and Everest regions. Lodges sell Daal, Bhat (boiled rice with lentil soup), Tarkari (vegetable), noodle soup, fruits, fried rice, Chow mein, pizza, boiled potato, spring roll, Thukpa, porridge, eggs, Omelette, Tibetan bread (fried in oil), chapattis, pancakes with jam, honey, peanut butter, cheese, meat, momos (dumplings). The drink is available in juice, Coke, Fanta, Everest, Iceberg, Tuborg, San Miguel, Gorkha Beer, hot chocolate, hot lemon, sea buckthorn juice, cane juice, seasonal fruits juice and apple cider, ChangRakshi and Tumba, and apple brandy.

Safe drinking water sells on the trekking routes. Make safe drinking water yourself with purifying tablets and drops. Annapurna Region with ACAP water station sells safe drinking water. Everest route sells locally made mineral water. Avoid plastic bags and mineral water bottles in the mountains if possible. Every day requires 3-4 litres of drinking water. 

Trekking Difficulty

Nepal trekking difficulty estimates the trekker's age, physical and mental fit, equipment, high altitude, walking length, weather, season, and geography, such as comfortable, moderate, strenuous, and challenging levels of the trek. The trekking varies between 1000 meters to 5600 meters above sea level. Nepal suggests different hiking routes to base camps, high passes, river valleys, villages, yak pastures, ridges, glaciers, uphill, downhill, and a staircase with village guesthouses. For example, Ghorepani is moderate, and Dhaulagiri Round is a challenging trek in Nepal.

Trekking Safety 

Trekking Safety is essential while walking to the forest, mountain pass, river valley, glaciated, snowy, slippery, and rock-falling paths. Trekkers encounter sunburn, dehydration, diarrhoea, frostbite, hypothermia, ankle sprains, altitude sickness, animal attacks, avalanches, landslides, poisoned plants, leeches, and changeable weather. Carry sufficient medicines and travel insurance, hire a guide, walk daytime only, rest, drink plenty, and stay mountainside if you meet animals. Watch your footing on a narrow, slippery path while photographing. Take care of mountain weather with leeches, insects, stinging nettle, and bed bugs. Walk with a guide, porter and group trekkers while you cross the high pass, Thorung La, Cho La and Larkya La. Ask for a safe winter trek route with locals if needed. 

Watch your property, and respect locals' food and room menu without bargaining. Dress well, don't buy animal parts and don't quarrel with friends. Take plenty of water with carbohydrate food, and keep your head always warm. Walk high, sleep low, walk slow, acclimatize before the high passes and get help if you feel sick. Check the weather with snowstorms to follow the signpost along the trail. 

Hiking and Trekking Differences 

Hiking and trekking share similarities and differences in duration, difficulty, equipment and route experience. Hiking generally refers to shorter, less strenuous walks or day trips. It often involves walking on well-marked trails and can last from a few hours to a full day. Trekking involves longer journeys that can span multiple days or weeks. It often includes more challenging terrains and varying altitudes. 

Hiking is considered less physically demanding and suitable for individuals with varying fitness levels. Trails are usually well-defined and may not require special equipment. Trekking involves more challenging paths, varying terrain, and potentially more extreme weather conditions. It demands a higher level of physical fitness and might require specialized gear like trekking poles, tents, and sleeping bags for overnight stays.

Hiking takes on established trails in parks, forests, or easily accessible natural areas. The focus might be more on enjoying the surroundings and less on a specific destination. Trekking involves remote and less accessible areas such as mountains, jungles, or deserts. The focus might be on reaching a particular destination or summit, requiring more planning and navigation skills. Hiking needs simple gear, like sturdy shoes, weather-appropriate clothing, a backpack, water and snacks. Trekking involves more specialized equipment such as trekking poles, tents, sleeping bags, and possibly cooking supplies for longer journeys.

Hiking is for leisure, exercise, and enjoying nature without an intense commitment of time or effort. Trekking is an adventure or expedition involving a deeper immersion into nature, self-sufficiency, and a more profound connection with the environment. Both activities offer opportunities to connect with nature and enjoy the outdoors, but the main differences lie in the duration, difficulty, equipment and the level of preparation and commitment.

Trekking Regions With Annual Visitors

1. Annapurna region - 172720 visitors

2. Everest region - 56303 visitors

3. Langtang region - 13370 visitors

4. Humla region - 10814 visitors

5. Mustang - 4116 visitors

6. Manaslu - 7271 visitors

7. Kanchenjunga - 970 visitors

8. Lower Dolpa - 1222 visitors 

Travel Insurance 

Every trekker must have travel insurance with a helicopter evacuation. Travel insurance companies around the world suggest mountain trekkers insurance. Before the mountain journey, confirm the travel insurance to cover up to 6000 meters with a rescue helicopter and hospital bills. However, the trekker should deposit cash before the rescue helicopter. Inform your insurance company and country's embassy before the mountain journey. Trekking is not as risky as an expedition and rock climbing. Some of the insurance companies are Covermore, Travel Guard, World Nomads, BMC, Global Rescue, Campbell Irvine, and True Traveller.

Trekking Tip 

Trekking Tip is not mandatory, though the mountain guide and porter expect a tip for the off-season balance. It depends on guest satisfaction with professional service of rewarding holidays $5 to $15 per day per head.

Trekking Benefits 

Trekking boosts happiness and creativity, body and mind practice, burns calories (4000-5000), and forms muscle. It decreases heart problems and blood pressure and improves mental health. The Himalayan base camps and viewpoints enhance serenity, release stress and anxiety, and generate appetite and immune system. Trekkers interact with local people and collect information on alpine flora and fauna, Buddhist culture, festivals, UNESCO heritage sites, local food and untouched landscapes. Call now at WhatsApp +9779847688421 for the trekking booking cost information with time and fitness. The top 37 best Nepal Trekking are below. 

Nepal Trekking Package

Jiri to Everest Base Camp Trek
Trip Cost: USD 2000

Jiri to EBC Trek

Duration: 22 days
Region: Everest Region
begins & ends: Jiri
Trip Cost: 2000

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Everest Base Camp Trek
Trip Cost: USD 1800

Everest Base Camp Trek

Duration: 13 days
Difficulty: Moderate to Challenging
Start/End: Kathm
Max. Altitude: 5545 m

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Everest 3 Passes Trek
Trip Cost: USD 1770

Everest high passes trek

Duration: 17 days Strenuous
Region: Everest Region
Start and end: Lukla
Trip Cost: 1770

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Gokyo Lake Trekking
Trip Cost: USD 1350

Gokyo Lake Trekking

Duration: 11 days
Region: Everest Region
Maximum Altitude: 5357 m
Trip Cost: 1350

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Everest View Trek
Trip Cost: USD 950

Everest View Trek

Duration: 7 days teahouse trek
Altitude: Tengboche)
Region: Everest Region
Trip Cost: 950

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Annapurna Base Camp Trek
Trip Cost: USD 700

Ten Days Annapurna Base Camp Trek

Duration: 10 days
Difficulty: Medium to hard
Region: Annapurna Region
Trip Cost: 700

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Short ABC trekking
Trip Cost: USD 500

Short ABC Trek

Duration: 7 days
Region: Annapurna Region
Altitude: 4130 m
Trip Cost: 500

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Dhampus Sarangkot trek
Trip Cost: USD 200

Dhampus Sarangkot trek

Duration: 3 days trekking
Altitude: 1592 m) Sarangkot
Region: Annapurna Region
Trip Cost: 200

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Annapurna circuit trek 10 days
Trip Cost: USD 900

Ten days Annapurna circuit trek

Duration: 10 days
Trek start and end: 820 m)
Region: Annapurna Region
Trip Cost: 900

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Nar Phu Valley trek

Nar Phu Valley trek

Duration: 12 days
Activities: Trekking
Maximum Altitude: 5322 m
Region: Annapurna Region

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Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek
Trip Cost: USD 600

Ghorepani Ghandrung Trek

Duration: 5 days
Start-End: Pokhara
Max. Altitude: 3210 m
Region: Annapurna

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Sikles Trek

Sikles trek

Duration: 10 days
Region: Annapurna Region
Trek start: Bijayapur Khola
Best Season: October to May

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Royal Trek  Nepal
Trip Cost: USD 650

Royal Trek

Duration: 7 days soft
Region: Annapurna Region
Maximum Altitude: 1370 m
Trip Cost: 650

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Gosainkunda Pass Trek
Trip Cost: USD 1250

Gosainkunda Pass Trek

Duration: 16 days Hard
Region: Langtang Region
Maximum Altitude: 4610 m
Trip Cost: 1250

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Helambu Trekking
Trip Cost: USD 800

Helambu trekking

Duration: 10 days Medium
Region: Helambu Region
Maximum Altitude: 3640m
Trip Cost: 800

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Tamang heritage trek
Trip Cost: USD 850

Tamang heritage trek

Duration: 11 days Medium
Region: Langtang Region
Maximum Altitude: 3165 m
Trip Cost: 850

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Langtang Valley trek
Trip Cost: USD 550

Langtang Valley trek

Duration: 07 days Medium
Starts & ends: 1430 m)
Altitude: 4600 m
Trip Cost: 550

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Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek

Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek

Duration: 20 days
Region: Kanchenjunga Region
Maximum Altitude: 5400m
Trek Grade & Mode: Hard

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Kanchenjunga North Base Camp Trek

Kanchenjunga North Base Camp Trek

Duration: 15 days
Region: Kanchenjunga Region
Maximum Altitude: 5400 m
Trek Grade & Mode: Hard

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Makalu base camp trek

Makalu Base Camp trek

Duration: 22 days
Region: Makalu Region
Maximum Altitude: 4820 m
Trek Grade & Mode: Hard

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Rara lake trekking

Rara Trekking

Duration: 16 days
Region: Mugu Region
Maximum Altitude:
Trek Grade & Mode: Hard

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Dhaulagiri Round Trek

Dhaulagiri Round Trek

Duration: 19 days
Region: Dhaulagiri Region
Maximum Altitude: 5240 m
Trek Grade & Mode: Hard

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Ganesh Himal base camp trek

Ganesh Himal base camp trek

Duration: 18 days
Activities: trekking
Maximum Altitude: 4200 m
Trek Grade & Mode: Hard

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Manaslu Round Trek
Trip Cost: USD 1350

Manaslu Round Trek

Duration: 13 days
Start/End: u 1337 m
Difficulty: Strenuous
Maximum Altitude: 5106 m

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Upper Dolpo trek

Upper Dolpo Trek

Duration: 26 days
Region: Dolpo Region
Maximum Altitude: Sangda La
Trek Grade & Mode: Challenging

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Lower Dolpo Trek

Lower Dolpo Trek

Duration: 16 days
Region: Dolpo Region
Maximum Altitude: 5190 m
Trek Grade & Mode: Hard

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Dhorpatan Jumla Trek

Dhorpatan Jumla trek

Duration: 24 days
Region: Jumla Region
Maximum Altitude: 4520 m
Trek Grade & Mode: Hard

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Guerrilla trekking

Guerrilla trekking

Duration: 14 days
Activities: Trekking
Max Altitude: 3915 m
Trek Grade: Medium to Hard

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Chisapani Nagarkot trek
Trip Cost: USD 510

Chisapani Nagarkot trek

Duration: 4 days
Region: Shivapuri Region
Maximum Altitude: 2400 m
Trip Cost: 510

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Api Nampa Trekking

Api Nampa Trekking

Duration: 18 days
Region: Api Nampa Region
Maximum Altitude: 4200 m
Trek Grade: Medium

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Tsum Valley Trek
Trip Cost: USD 1500

Tsum Valley Trek

Duration: 19 days Hard
Region: Manaslu Region
Maximum Altitude: 3700 m
Trip Cost: 1500

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Arun Valley trek

Arun Valley trek

Duration: 11 days
Region: Makalu Region
Maximum Altitude: 3350 m
Trek Grade & Mode: Medium to Hard

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Great Himalayan Trek

Great Himalayan Trek

Duration: 157 Days
Region: Himalayan Region
Mountain Views: 8000 meters Peaks
Start and End: Kanchenjunga & Hilsa

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Upper Mustang Trek
Trip Cost: USD 1700

Upper Mustang Trek

Duration: 8 days Medium
Region: Annapurna Region
Maximum Altitude: 3840 m
Trip Cost: 1700

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Pikey Peak Trek Nepal

Pikey Peak trek

Duration: 5 days
Region: Everest
Max Altitude: 4065 m
Trek Grade: Medium

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Fishtail Base Camp trek

Fishtail base camp trek

Duration: 9 days
Region: Annapurna
Max Altitude: 4000 m
Start/End: Pokhara

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Mardi Himal trekking

Mardi Himal Trek

Duration: 5 days
Starts/Ends: e
Region: Annapurna Region
Max Altitude: 4500 m Mardi Himal Base Camp

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