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Trekking in Nepal

Trekking in Nepal

Nepal have eight mountains among fourteen, which are more then 8000m high.Mountains of Nepal are famous as a Himalaya in Nepal.Trekking to the Himalaya or mountain is main touristic activites in Nepal, which was open to rest of the world from the late sixties decade.Gay Treks in Nepal or Gay Trek to the mountains of Nepal is very famous adventure for the adventure lovers  and seekers from all over the world.

Trekking in Nepal is the most rewarding way to experience and appreciate the beauty and power of the Himalayas of Nepal. Accompanied by a guide, a cooking staff and porters, prepare to walk along rivers, across fields, through valleys, up canyons and around mountain sides to experience firsthand the sights, scents and sounds of magical landscapes of Nepal. During your trekking in Nepal, accommodations and meals are provided at family-run teahouses on our popular Trekking route of Nepal; Annapurna Treks, Everest Treks,Dhaulagiri Treks, Kanchanjungha Treks, Manaslu Treks, Lhotse Treks, Dolpo Treks, Choyu Treks,Makalu Treks and Langtang treks and at campgrounds on our treks to more remote regions. You need only carry a light daypack as experienced porters and pack animals transport your luggage, food and camping supplies. New trekking routes in more remote regions of the Himalayas of Nepal have also opened in recent years, including the Humla, Dolpo, Dhaulagiri, Mustang, Nar Phu, Manasalu, Ganesh Parbat, Pach Pokhari, Nubri Valley, Rolwalling, Mera, Arun Valley, Kanchanjunga and, most recently, the beautiful Tsum Valley Trek.

The world's highest mountain Everest is belongs to Nepal.The altitude of Everest is 8848m high.

Local Nepali name SAGARMATHA and local sherpa language name CHOMOLONGMA which is famous in rest of the world as a Everest, the highest mountain of the world with it's altitude 8848m is one of the dream peak for all of the trekksers and summitters.All of the trekkers have a lifetime drem to go in Everest Basecamp Trek.We all have a drem to put our foot print in Everest basecamp.

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What is altitude of the different Mountains which are more then 8000M high ?

  • Highest Mountain of the world-Everest-Altitude of Mount Everest-8848M-Nepal
  • Second Highest Moutnain-K2-Altitude of Second Highest Mountain-8611-Pakistan
  • Third Highest Moutnain-Kanchanjunga-Altitude of Third Highest Mountain-8586M-Nepal
  • Fourth Highest Moutnain-Lhotse-Altitude of Fourth Highest Mountain-8516M-Nepal
  • Fifth Highest Moutnain-Makalu-Altitude of Fifth Highest Mountain-8463m-Nepal
  • Sixth Highest Moutnain-Cho Oyu-Altitude of Sixth Highest Mountain-8201M-Nepal
  • Seventh Highest Moutnain-Dhaulagiri-Altitude of Seventh Highest Mountain-8167M-Nepal
  • Eighth Highest Moutnain-Manaslu-Altitude of Eighth Highest Mountain-8163M-Nepal
  • Nineth Highest Moutnain-Nanga Parbat-Altitude of Nineth Highest Mountain-8126M-Pakistan
  • Tenth Highest Moutnain-Annapurna First-Altitude of Tenth Highest Mountain-8091M-Nepal
  • Eleventh Highest Moutnain-Gasherbrum I-Altitude of Eleventh Highest Mountain-8080M-Pakistan/China
  • Twelveth Highest Moutnain-Broad Peak-Altitude of Twelveth  Highest Mountain-8051M-Pakistan/China
  • Thirteenth Highest Moutnain-Gasherbrum II-Altitude of Thirteenth Highest Mountain-8034M-Pakistan/China
  • Fourteenth Highest Moutnain-Shishapangma-Altitude of Fourteenth Highest Mountain-8027M-China

Nepal Trekking Route:

  1. Everset Region Trek
  2. Annapurna Region Trek
  3. Manaslu Region Trek
  4. Dhaulagiri Region Trek
  5. Trek to Machhhapuchhre Basecamp.
  6. Makalu Region Trek
  7. Trek to Lhotse Basecamp
  8. Kanchanjunga Region Trek
  9. Trek to Choyu Basecamp
  10. Dolpa Region Trek
  11. Milke Danda Trek
  12. Short Trek around Kathmandu Valley
  13. Short Trek around Pokhara
  14. Langtang Region Trek
  15. Pandrung Hill-Bahakot Danda Trek
  16. Chepang Village Trek/Kaule Danda Trek through Chepang Village
  17. The Royal Trek 9 Days
  18. Trek to Gurilla Trail
  19. Trek from Dhorpatan to Dolpa
  20. Trek from Dailekh to Dang via Jumla
  21. Short and Easy Trek in Nepal
  22. Trek to Muktinath
  23. Trek to Upper Mustang
  24. Basantapur Gupha Pokhari Trek
  25. Kumbakarna Himal Basecamp Trek
  26. Tinjure-Milke Danda-Jaljale Trek

Trekking Guide in Nepal:

You will be provide Trekking Guide for Trekking in Nepal by Trekking agency like Pink Mountain.If you want to Hire a Trekking guide, please feel free to write us at: [email protected]

Trekking Season in Nepal

Not on every trail but few on trails, Trekking in Nepal is possible throughout the year. However, the best seasons for trekking are either before or after the monsoon. Mid March to mid June (Spring) and Mid September to Mid December (Autumn) are the best trekking seasons in Nepal. During these times of the year, the weather is generally fine and the skies are clear. Moderate to challenging treks are suggested to undertake only during springs and autumns. Trek like Everest Base Camp, Annapurna Circuit Trek best suit during springs or autumns. We do not recommend treks that wind through trails of sub-tropical forests during monsoon because of the leeches and very slippery trails. During the winters, the high passes on the challenging treks are closed and it is extremely cold so we do not recommend such treks during winters either. During the Monsoon, the treks like Upper Mustang can be done because of its location, which lies at the rain shadow of Mt. Dhaulagiri. Similarly, easy treks like Poonhill Ghorepani, Helambu and Everest Panorama Trek can be done during anytime of the year.

Nepal has a Monsoonal climate with four main seasons. Here we have a General guidance to the conditions at different seasons:

Heavy monsoonal rains from June to September - the rains are generally lighter high in the Himalayas than in Kathmandu, though the mountain peaks are often not visible due to clouds. In the Kathmandu Valley & Pokhara - monsoon rains typically consist of an hour or two of rain every two or three days. The rains clean the air, streets, & cool the air. If you come, bring an umbrella; expect lower lodging prices & fewer tourists.

Clear and cool weather from October to December - after the monsoon, there is little dust in the air so this is the best season to visit the hilly and mountainous regions. Cold from January to March, with the temperature in Kathmandu often dropping as low as 0°C (32°F) at night, with extreme cold at high elevations. It is possible to trek in places like the Everest region during the winter, but it is extremely cold and snowfall may prevent going above 4,000 - 4,500 metres (13,000 - 15,000 feet). The Jomsom trek is a reasonable alternative, staying below 3,000 metres (10,000 feet) with expected minimum temperatures about -10°C (14°F) (and much better chances of avoiding heavy snow.)

Dry and warm weather from April to June - there is an abundance of blooming flowers in the Himalayas at this time, with rhododendrons, in particular, adding a splash of color to the landscape. Terai temperatures may reach or exceed 40°C (104°F) while Kathmandu temperatures are about 30°C (86°F). This is the best time to undertake mountain expeditions in Nepal.

Equipment for Trekking in Nepal:

  • Lightweight walking boots. "Walk them in" prior to arrival in Nepal to avoid blisters.
  • A pair of lightweight/heavyweight trousers are useful higher up in the mountains in the morning and at night.
  • 1-2 pair of loose fitting long shorts/skirts.
  • 2-4 cotton T-shirts.
  • 1 lightweight long sleeved-shirt is particularly suitable for avoiding sun burn.
  • A sunhat and ensure it has wide brim to cover the face and neck.
  • 2 pairs of thin and 2 pairs of thick woolen socks.
  • Underwear: normal quantity
  • Swimming suit
  • Water Bottle
  • Sunglasses and strap
  • Toiletries with large and small towels. Toilet paper can be bought in Kathmandu and some village in the mountains.
  • Small headlamp and/or flashlight/torch with spare batteries
  • Personal medical supplies - dont forget band-aids and tweezers.
  • Army-knife and sewing kit
  • Sun-screen, sunblock, sun-tan lotion.
  • Camera & Batteries
  • A pair of slip-on shoes or sandals. To wear in the camp, in bathroom and toilet tent or when the boots are wet.
  • A rain-proof jacket with hood or a poncho. Get the one that is guaranteed waterproof.
  • A sweat-suit. Useful for wearing in camp and in the tent.
  • Duffel bag or kit bag to carry gear while trekking.
  • Day-pack. This is a small backpack to carry personal requirement for the day e.g., to toilet items, camera, film, towel, soap, a book etc. Spare boot laces.
  • 2-4 large plastic bags to separate clean clothes from dirty ones. 6-10 smaller plastic bags to dispose garbage.
  • Wallet and/or money belt with compartment for coins.
  • Reading materials, game items, music, note book, rubber band, pen and pencil envelopes, a diary, a calendar, a pocket knife, binoculars (optional), A small pillow or headrest (optional) Thermarest (optional) - an inflatable sleeping mat, trekking map, would be good for camping trek, where as for Tea house trek these all item are may not necessary.
  • Duct-tape, superglue and small mirror can be handy
  • Travel locks and chain to secure luggage and lodge door
  • Hot-water bottle
  • Cost for Trekking in Nepal:

It depend on How many days and whcih region Trek will you choose.Please feel free to write us at [email protected]

Nepal Trekking Difficulty:

High Altitude, Altitude Sickeness, Lack of Doctors and Hospital in remote trekking route

7 best trekking in Nepal:

  • Everest Region Trek
  • Manaslu Tsum Valley Trek
  • Annapurna Region Trek
  • Langtang Region Trek
  • Upper Mustang Trek
  • Dolpo Region Trek
  • Nar Phu Valley Trek

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