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What is trekking?

Why trek in Nepal

When to trek?

Tea house/ Camping

Nepal Himalaya

Interesting facts

Trekking peaks

Trekking permits

Altitude Sickness

Everest Mani Rimdu

Gokyo Lake Trek

Gokyo Chola Pass EBC

Everest Base camp Trek

Classic Everest Trek

Everest Panorama Trek

Everest Helicopter Trek

Renjo, Kalapathar, EBC

Gokyo, Renjo, Thame

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Trekking in Nepal

Everest Trekking

To eTrekf in the Himalayas means to set off from a given town and to wander through fields and village, along valleys and streams or up mountain slopes to any altitude at onefs choice, but usually not above 18000 ft. (5,500m). Trekking- hiking along the trails that form the main links between Nepalfs isolated villages and settlements is one the countryfs main attractions. Until sixties the word of trekking in Nepal was almost unheard of in the rest of the world but many of todayfs visitors came to Nepal solely to trek.

Major Trekking Routes in Nepal

Annapurna Trekking

Over 25222, 000 trekkers visit the Annapurna region every year, making use of the same environment that supports a local population of 40,000.In the last twenty years. The Annapurna Conservation area in central Nepal is the

Everest Trekking

The Everest or Khumbu region is justifiably the most famous of all trekking and mountain regions. Populated by Sherpas, the attractions of this area are the majestic mountains, the high mountain villages, the isolated monasteries

Langtang Trekking

Langtang trekking is a popular and classic trek. This trek route goes through traditional, ethnic villages and untouched forests on the way to the peaks of Langtang-Lirung.

Off Beat Trekking

Trekking in Off The Beat




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