17th December 2021

Top 10 Trekking Route in Nepal

Did you know what is trekking? And Top 10 trekking route in Nepal, Which is the most famous as well. might be you don’t know about it. Todys we wanna show you the most popular trekking trail in the Nepal. 

Everest Base Camp Trek

Climbing Mt Everest has proven to be a benchmark for climbing achievement. Every year the mountain gets about 1000 attempts at summits. Everest can be climbed from southern Nepal as well as from northern Tibet. China closed the Tibet borders to outsiders after the Cultural Revolution in the 1950s and Nepal started accepting foreigners into the Everest region. The southern approach to the mountain through the Khumbu Valley has since become popular among climbers. In 1953, Mt. Everest was first submitted by Tenzing Norgay Sherpa and Edmund Hillary via the South Col. Climbing Mt. Everest is certainly a chance for life.

Everest expeditions, however, face many challenges seen and unseen, including high altitude, harsh weather conditions and even sheer exhaustion. We are therefore striving hard to carry out the best expedition program which places great emphasis on the safety aspects of the climb.

Annapurna Circuit Trek

The Annapurna Circuit is one of the most popular treks in the world, from arid, sun-swept plains to snow-capped peaks, spanning the standout landscapes of Nepal. During this guided adventure, you’ll travel deep into the heart of the landlocked Hindu empire, with an on-hand expert to look after safety and logistics, leaving you free to take in the sights. Walkthrough lush forests, past roaring waterfalls and learn about the diverse ethnic communities in the country.

To raise about the Annapurna Circuit trek‘s wonders is like claiming the Grateful Dead is your new favorite band. People’s eyes roll at the lack of imagination. The central trek in Nepal is so well knownt is almost cliché. The 128-mile path that circles the heaven-high Annapurna range of Nepal has been celebrated by travelers as the holy grail of trekking since it was first opened to foreigners in the early 1980s. Sure, there are more rugged or more remote treks, more comfortable huts, more holy pilgrimage sites, more exotic animals, and even more spectacular scenery sacrilege.

Ghorepani PoonHill trek

The PoonHill trek is possibly one of the easiest treks in the Sanctuary of Annapurna that explains its increasing popularity. To novice hikers and those who just want to get a taste of hiking in the area, it is a great route to walk. The trek can be completed in 3 or 4 days, the route is well marked, there are plenty of guesthouses and restaurants along the way and quite a few people so there’s no need to worry about getting lost, not being able to find a place to stay or eat. Each guesthouse we stayed has a hot shower, Wi-Fi, power outlets, blankets etc. The facilities on the trek are quite good.

Poon Hill Trek starts at Nayapul after a 1⁄2 hour drive from Pokhara. This trek traverses beautiful villages like Ulleri, Ghorepani and Ghandruk. You will enjoy the trek through beautiful villages populated by Gurungs and Magars, in the breathtaking mountain scenery. Around each turn, there’s a thrilling view of the high mountains, with whole horizons open to you as you reach the high points of your trek. The Poon Hill Viewpoint (3210 metres) offers the Best Mountain and sunrise views. Dense forests of rhododendron full of birds and valleys of photography make your journey more enjoyable.

Annapurna base camp trek 

Annapurna is considered to be the world’s highest and most dangerous mountain to climb. At 8,091 meters (26,545 ft) above sea level, Annapurna Circuit has often been voted the best long distance trek in the world and also the tenth highest mountain in the world. This trek includes Annapurna range, Machhapuchhre, Hiunchuli, and Dhaulagiri with the most stunning and close-up view. We bunk out in comfortable tea house lodges on this journey and enjoy the sumptuous pies of the apple found here.

The trekking team is going through the lovely villages and terraced fields, providing a glimpse into how this area’s residents live. And the route takes you through woods of rhododendron, passes and glacier streams and waterfalls, and provides spectacular views of clear cliffs with rivers running down below. This is at least once in a lifetime a’ must-do’ hike.

Everest Chola pass Gokyo trek

The key highlights of the trek are the Base Camp and the Gokyo Valley (a beautiful site in the region) that allows the Himalayan range to meet closely. With a deep determination and passion for adventure, you can hit the two Kalapathar and Gokyo RI vantage points from where you can enjoy the spectacular views of Mount Everest. Nepal Eco Adventure invites you to experience a spectacular holiday in the Nepalese Himalayas, with stunning mountain viewpoints and a thrilling mountain pass to conquer.

In the Khumbu area, together with Mount Everest, there are 4 other highest peaks and the Cho-La Pass Everest Base Camp allows you to experience all these snow-capped mountains right in front of your eyes. Everest Mt., Lhotse Mt., Makalu Mt. Cho-Oyu, Nuptse, Amadablam, Thamserku, Pumori and Khumbutse are the highlights of the Himalayan peaks that surround the area’s valleys and glaciers offering a scenic tour of the Khumbu region. As a visitor, besides the valleys, lakes, glaciers, rivers, terraced cliffs and forests, one can also participate in the Sherpa people’s culture, traditions, religious ceremonies and lifestyles, and get a better understanding of the people.

Manaslu Circuit Trek

Manaslu Circuit is a recently opened trek for travelers from all over the world, serving as a wonderful blend of Nepal’s natural splendor and cultural miscellany. The region of Manaslu has created a buzz among travel enthusiasts and adventure seekers thinking about Nepal trekking. Although it has succeeded in attracting attention and curiosity, it is still unscathed and unharmed by the count of travelers visiting the place in reality. With the inclusion of isolated and off beaten path,

Manaslu circuit Trek is rich in its elegance, as only a few people actually decide to take the trek. The less tourists are also bringing more exclusivity to the trek. The fewer guests spike up the trek’s exclusivity. You’ll encounter climatic, landscape, cultural and wildlife diversity as you travel along the trekking route. Additionally lying on the Manaslu Conservation Area, this place is overflowing with assorted flora as well as fauna and if you’re lucky enough you can spot some rare species along the way too.

The Manaslu Circuit Trek features all you’d like from a classic Nepal trek: epic scenery, intimate encounters with locals and their ancient culture, and 5100 m (17,000-ft.) Himalayan crossing. Our trusted partners in Nepal are planning weekly group departures during the spring and fall trekking seasons as well as private treks from February to June and September to November on any date.

Langtang Valley trek.

Trekking in this beautiful valley would help the Langtang people by providing much-needed revenue to rebuild in a safe and secure manner. This is not charity; this is the business end of sustainable travel, where your travel choices can support local people with respect while preserving their dignity, culture and way of life. Be wowed by nature, humble yourself by the human spirit and be a part of local solutions when you choose to go trekking in Langtang.

The trek starts at Syabru Besi, a small town. You will trek through magnificent forests to the high alpine meadows and yak pastures around Kyangjin Gompa. After a day hike up to the top of Kyanjin Ri, where the 360-degree views of the Himalayan mountains are truly spectacular, you retrace your route back down the valley and drive back to Kathmandu.

Gosaikunda Pass Trek

One of the famous pass treks to explore in Nepal is the Gosainkunda Pass Trek. One of the highlights of this stunning trek is Red Panda, one of the endangered animals in Nepal Himalayas. This trek is to the north of Kathmandu, the capital. The trekkers rate this trek as easy to moderate trek. Gosainkunda Pass Trek is one of the best trekking locations to enjoy beautiful mountain views.

Gosainkunda is one of Nepal’s Holy Sites. Gosainkunda holy lake is one of Nepal’s holiest sites visited by pilgrimages. The Hindu and Buddhist people are the holy pilgrimage to and sometimes visit this Gosainkunda. A further highlight of the trip is the Suryakunda path. Gosainkunda sits at an altitude of 4380 metres.

Mardi Himal trek

Mardi Himal Trek is situated in the nearby area of Annapurna. it is one of the famous trekking trail in annapurna region.  We can get the best solitary snow-capped peaks & the brilliant mountains in this area. Trekkers can get a chance to see that region’s cultural experiences. Our Global Treks have arranged Mardi Himal Treks. This take the best route to assume as Mardi Himal High trek starts from the Phedi trek. The walking route is quite mesmerizing as we can clutch the lines. The route takes us to the upper Mardi Khola, steeply down. Mardi Himal Trek’s journey goes up through the shaded trees. Mardi Himal trekking gathers the panoramic Himalayan scenery including Mt. Annapurna, Mt. Dhaulagiri, and Mt. Hiunchuli, Mt. Fishtail, etc.

The trail runs through narrow winding roads, through beautiful woods of rhododendrons before you climb out of the forest at an elevation of about 3,300 m. With amazing views of Mardi Himal, Machhapuchhre, Annapurna, etc. The landscape changes very suddenly into a rugged high mountain landscape. The entire route involves basic guesthouses and homestays.

Upper Mustang Trek/tour

It is a special pleasure to trek in Upper Mustang. Here you will witness a way of life of real mountain people who have had very little contact with the rest of Nepal for hundreds of years. And who have preserved their rich cultural heritage. Until recent times the government of Nepal officially recognized their king.

A trek into Upper Mustang is similar in many ways to trekking in Tibet, as it is a part of the Tibetan plateau geographically. Mustang District was a separate kingdom within Nepal’s borders until 1950. The last King, Mustang’s Raja, still has his home in Lo Manthang, the ancient capital.

In Kagbeni there are few accommodation facilities available so groups must be fully self-sufficient, particularly in fuel. While porters are available in Jomsom, the use of mules to carry the loads up to Mustang is preferred. Such packing animals are available locally and are more affordable than porters, and definitely more environmentally friendly. 


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