Trekking in Nepal is an exhilarating adventure for any experienced traveler, yet leaving home and beginning the trek can cause anxieties to surface quickly. Beginner travelers should consult several websites for information before beginning.
An expert is more knowledgeable of all aspects of trekking in Nepal; however, for those starting out and trying their luck from outside Nepal will require guidance and some form of assistance in order to fully appreciate what awaits them on this adventure.
Everest View Trek
Everest View Trek features stunning mountain peaks that reach for the sky and diverse vegetation, along with an opportunity to meet some incredibly wealthy Sherpas who make this trek unforgettable.
Everest View Trekking is an accessible, straightforward adventure. When it comes to harvesting, the optimal seasons for Everest View trekking are autumn (September-November) and spring (March-May).
This season has been magnificent in terms of conditions and mountain views. Rhododendron blooms dominate in particular, making the slope an idyllic hunting ground. Additionally, temperature remains relatively steady throughout.
Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek
Ghorepani Poonhill trek is commonly known as Annapurna Sunrise or Annapurna Panorama trek and forms part of the Annapurna Circuit trek’s starting part. This four-day hike passes through villages and ivory-colored Rhododendron forests on its journey.
Photographers’ paradise! This demanding trek offers stunning vistas of Annapurna South (7,219m), Dhaulagiri (8167m), Machhapuchhre (69973m) and Himchuli (6,4347m).
Langtang Valley Trek
Langtang Valley is one of the closest snowy mountain regions from Kathmandu valley that can be reached within 10 days, located 19 miles to its north near Tibet.
Langtang Lirung stands as the focal point of this stunning mountain valley, offering one of the finest views in all of Nepal. Treks through this area make an incredible beginning or ending point on their trek across Nepal.
Annapurna Royal Trek
One of Nepal’s most celebrated and exciting treks is Annapurna Royal Trek; giving you an incredible opportunity to witness and experience some of its greatest mysteries beneath a blanket of white snow.
This Annapurna Royal trek offers stunning mountain vistas and lush forests full of rhododendron, bamboo, oaks and other evergreen trees – not to mention an area filled with rare wide-ranging plant life!
Chisapani Nagarkot Trek
This low elevation climb offers spectacular Himalaya views at Shangri-La Valley found east of Kathmandu valley. Beginning from Sundarijal (1380 meters), after taking an auto ride of 40 minutes; this seven-day tour ends at Namo Buddha (1750 m).
Chisapani Nagarkot trek provides access to four key Himalayan views: Chisopani (2200 meters), Nagarkot Tower (2175 m), Dhulikhel (1450 m) and Namo Buddha (1750 m). This hike saves time efficiently getting from Kathmandu back home by passing through Shivapuri National Park, Mulpani town with sloping west facing green slope, rock road, orchid pine and rhododendron forests along Shivapuri National Park before finally arriving back at Kathmandu.
One can admire the panoramic Himalayan views that include stream valleys and terraced fields, while for medium-term accommodation one should stay in The Mountain cabin or visitor’s house. There are trails leading through tough roads, downhill slopes and rocks – offering some incredible adventures!