Trekking in Nepal is another word for walking. However, the word trekking has become more well known for the kind of walking which takes you along trails winding up, down, over and around mountains.
Treks to Nepal is not mountaineering although some of the popular trails are used by mountaineering expeditions to get to their base camps. Most of the trails you will walk on are still used predominantly by Nepali people for everyday travel and trade. It is not uncommon to be passed along the way by a Nepali porter carrying lengths of corrugated roofing iron slung from a jute strap (Namlo) around the head or a sick relative being carried in a basket (Doko) in the same manner to the nearest medical facility.
Nepal Trek is a way of seeing a country and its people 'warts and all'. You will walk through the streets of cities and villages and past the open front doors of houses, you will see the people at their daily tasks, the clouds forming below you and the magnificent peaks of mountains towering over you. By trekking you will be involved in a way you could never be in a car, bus, train or aeroplane; you can enjoy the friendliness of the people, feel the magnetism of the mountains, be at one with the country and at peace with yourself. Could you ask or want for anything more?
A Treks trip can be any length you choose. There are a number of short treks around the Kathmandu and Pokhara Valleywhich only take a day to complete. There are two or three day treks or treks from a week to a month. For those with the time you can combine a number of treks and spend months just walking around. Different Treks can help you to put together a trek to suit your needs at an affordable price leaving you free of any bureaucratic or logistic hassles.
The principal peaks of the western portion of the great. Annapurna Trek including Hiunchuli, Annapurna South, Fang, Annapurna, Ganagapurna, Annapurna 3 and Machhapuchhare, are arranged almost precisely in a circle about 10 miles in diameter with a deep glacier-covered amphitheater at the center.View Details
The primary objective of Everest Treks is either the Everest base camp, about 5.340 meters, or Kala Pattar, an unassuming 5.545 meter hump on the southern flank of Pumori (7.161 meters), which provides a fine view of Everest (8.848 metres).View Details
The Langtang Trekking in Nepal can be done in as little as a week, but day hikes in the upper valley are sure to detain you for another two or three days. It takes about a day to get interesting, first following the continuation of the Dhunche road (a spectacularly destructive feat of engineeringView Details
Trekking in Nepal is an epic adventure in the planet because Nepal owns some of the best trekking routes of the world. Although seen thin in the map, Nepal offers a diverse trekking.View Details
Adventure Pilgrims Trekking offer the ultimate adventure to Kangchenjunga Base Camp, main peak and its immediate satellites take the form of a giant cross which straddles the borders of three countries – Nepal, Tibet and the once independent kingdom but now Indian state of Sikkim.View Details
Restricted area treks will give you the opportunity to experience mountains and cultures where the special permit is required to do this trekking. Normally in these routes we need to do a camping trek, As no lodge or tea houses on this route. In October 1991 the Government of Nepal.View Details