Walking through different parts of Nepal is the best way to experience the country’s unbeatable combination of natural beauty and cultural riches. The immense contrasts in altitude and climates support an equally spectacular variety of lifestyles and flora and fauna. You will walk through picturesque villages inhabited by diverse ethnic groups, pristine forests of juniper and rhododendron, and accompanying you throughout will be the icy pinnacles of the Himalaya.

To trek in Nepal, you need to be reasonably fit, possess a spirit of adventure and not be intimidated by the prospect of having to walk. Meeting Adventure takes care of all required arrangement like government permits, air/bus tickets, guides, porters, food, tents, and equipment. All you have to do on the trail is to concentrate in putting one foot before the other. On many popular trekking trails you can also trek in that is known as "Tea House style" eating and staying in the many lodges that line the trail instead of camping in tents.

Trekking is possible at any time of the year depending on the destination you choose. The most popular seasons are February to May and September to November. Winter is very cold above 4,000 m. and high mountain passes may not be negotiable, but trekking at lower altitudes is possible. During the rainy season from June to August, there are possibilities of trekking in the pristine rain shadow areas north of the Himalayas like Mustang and Dolpo since these places are unaffected by the monsoon.

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Some Popular Trekking Routes:

Annapurna Region is the most popular route that takes you through some of the most stunning vistas on earth. You will be walking through rhododendron forests at the foothills of the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri ranges and through the Kali Gandaki Gorge, the deepest in the world. Treks to this region start from Pokhara or from Besisahar. There are many possibly time ranges of itineraries in this reason among them here we mention some are as follow:

1.  Ghandruk Trek - 3 to 5 days (Highest access at Ghandruk – 2,200 m. approx.)

2.  Poon Hill (Ghorepani) - Trek 7 days (Highest access at Poon Hill - 3,200 m approx.)

3.  Annapurna Base camp/Annapurna Sanctuary - 10 to 14 days (Highest access at
    Annapurna Base Camp - 4,100 m. approx.)

  Jomsom (Muktinath) Trek - 7 to 10 days (Highest access at Muktinath - 3,800 m. approx.

5. Annapurna Circuit Trek - 21 to 28 days (Highest access at Thorung La - 5,500 m. approx.)

Mt. Everest Region: This classic walk through the Sherpa country of Solu Khumbu is a tough trek with a clear-cut goal to see Mount Everest. The trekking can be started after 10 hours drive by local bus/private vehicle or flight to the airstrip at Lukla (2,850 m), the starting point of the trek, itself is an adventure. From Lukla you begin walking to the famous Sherpa village of Namche Bazaar and on to Tyangboche monastery with the mesmerizing Ama- Dablam as a backdrop. A trek over the glaciers to the foot of Everest, and you are in for the view of your lifetime. The maximum elevation covered on the trek is 5,546 m. There are many possibly time ranges of itineraries in this reason among them here we mention some are as follow:

1. Mt. Everest Base Camp - Fly from /to Lukla - 14 to18 days (Highest access at Kala Patthar - 5,546 m approx.)

2. Mt. Everest Base Camp - Drive to Jiri // Flight Lukla - Kathamndu - 19 to 26 days (Highest access at Kala Patthar - 5,546 m approx.)

3. Mt. Everest Base Camp - Drive to Jiri //Drive Jiri - Kathmandu - 28 to33 days (Highest access at Kala Patthar - 5,546 m approx.)

Langtang Himal: lies north of Kathmandu and is the third most popular trekking region in the country. The region extends all the way up to the Tibetan border. The Langtang National Park protects a typical example of a high Himalayan valley. the Gosaikund lakes, a highly revered Hindu pilgrimage site, are situated here. The upper valley is a grazing paradise, rich in flowers and grass and dotted with stone huts. Langtang offers such diverse topography and climatic conditions that in just one day you can come across five different vegetation zones walking from the subtropics to the timberline. There are many possibly time ranges of itineraries in this reason among them here we mention some are as follow:

1. Langtang Himal  Trek - 9 to 11 days (Highest access at Kyanjin Gompa – 3,800 m approx.)

2. Langtang Himal Trek with Helambu/Gosaikunda - 16 to 18 days (Highest access at Lauribina Yak Pass – 4,610 m approx.)

3. Gosaikunda Lake Trek - 6 to 7 days (Highest access at Lauribina Yak pass – 4,610 m approx.)

Remote areas: For those wishing to trek off the beaten track, the trail to Mustang (max. elevation 5,400 m) north of the Annapurna range offers fantastic landscapes and mystical cultures. Manaslu in central Nepal (maximum elevation 5,213 m.) offers a whole range of pristine eco systems. In the eastern part of the Kingdom, the trail to the base of Makalu, the fifth highest peak in the world, traverses through isolated valleys and high mountain passes (max. elevation 5,350 m). Dolpo (max. elevation 4,500 m) in north-west Nepal captivates visitors with its emerald Phoksundo Lake and magnificent scenery. Besides these treks, there are other short and long treks as well as possibilities of excursions off the base routes described above. There are many possibly time ranges of itineraries in this reason among them here we mention some are as follow:


  1. Shivapuri (Nagarkot) Trek – 4 to 5 days (Highest access at Shivapuri Hill – 2,732 m approx.)

  2. Gorkha Trek  - 12 days (Highest access at Ganga Jamuna – 2,300 m approx.)

  3. Ganesh Himal - 10 to18 days (Highest access at Sing La – 4,650 m approx.)

  4. Around Manaslu Trek - 22 days (Highest access at Larkye La – 5,300 m approx.)

  5. Royal Trek - 5 days (Highest access at Kalikastan – 1,700 m approx.)

  6. Around Dhaulagiri – 24 to 28 days (Highest access at Dhampus Pass – 5,200 m approx.)

  7. Makalu Base Camp - 22 Days  (Highest access at Makalu Base Camp – 5,100 m approx.)

  8. Lower Dolpo Trek - 21 days (Highest access at Kagmara La – 5,100 m approx.)

  9. Upper Dolpo Trek – 24 days (Highest access at Shy Gompa – 5,200 m approx.)

  10. Kanchanjunga Base Camp – 21 to 28 days (Highest access at Lopsang La – 5,800 m approx.)

  11. Panch Pokhari Trek - 10 to 14 days (Highest access at Panch Pokhari 3,900 m approx.)

  12. Rolwaling Trek - 12 to 18 days (Highest access at Ramdung Go Kharka – 5,200 m approx.)

  13. Upper Mustang – 15 days (Highest access at Lo Manthang – 5,400 m approx.)

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