Nepal, home to the eight highest mountains in the world, offers some of the most spectacular trekking trails in the world. The beautiful hills, terraced farmlands, rich flora and fauna, cool ice-falls and waterfalls make the country a heaven on earth. Along with the astonishing views of the mountains, hills and rivers, the Himalayas is an incredibly diverse region, culturally. Trekking in Nepal is an incredible experience for those who want to combine a great walk along the spectacular Himalayas and have an insightful cultural experience.
Home to the world’s highest Mountain- Mount Everest and other great peaks like Shishapangma Cho Oyu, Lhotse, Amadablam, Nuptse, Pumori, Island peak, Mera peak and Makalu, Everest region is one of the most famous trekking region in Nepal. Everest Region trekking takes you through wonderful Buddhist Sherpa villages, among some of the world’s most sublime peaks. The region is filled with intimations of the Himalayan Buddhist culture with the trails filled with colorful prayer flags, painted Mani walls and beautiful Monasteries. This adventurous region is ideal for exploring the unique Sherpa culture and the beauty of world highest mountains
If you wish to experience the Nepal and avoid the touristy trekking destinations, then remote area trekking is an ideal option. Remote Area Trekking takes you to the rural villages of Nepal which has still not been touched by the modern day world. Along with the spectacular natural beauty, these trekking also offers the trekker with a sense of adventure, wilderness and insightful cultural encounters.
The Annapurna Region in northwestern Nepal has been well-known as having the world’s best trekking routes. The region is known as widely recognized as a naturalist’s paradise and covers a wide range of cultural and geographical varieties. Trekking to the region showcases every little aspect of the region’s natural and cultural beauty. The Annapurna region is a home to spectacular peaks likes Annapurna I, II, III, IV, Dhaulagiri, Mount Machhapuchhre and several others. The region has an extraordinary diversity of flora, fauna, amazing landscapes and even more extraordinary cultures. Terraced farmlands, rich forest, hot springs, glacial areas, diverse ethnicity, friendly people, rich flora and fauna are some of the attractions of the region.
The Langtang Valley, a beautiful alpine region, is one of the nearest trekking destinations from Kathmandu. The region has an unparalleled combination of natural beauty and cultural riches. Apart from the spectacular scenery, a visit to the area is an opportunity to explore the lifestyle and culture of the Tamangs. In the Spring, the valley floor and alpine slopes of Langtang region is covered with beautiful primula, poppy and colorful wildflowers.
Far West region of Nepal is a non touristy trekking trail offering its own unique landscapes, culture and mountain views. The region is marked by the rugged land of elevated open valleys, long rides, temperate forest, alpine meadows and virgin rivers. The region still holds the remnants of the culturally rich bygone era, and one can find sculptured temples, stone pillars and carving throughout the region. With its spectacular landscape, centuries old cultures and magnificent views Far West region offer a unique adventure to all its visitors.
These trekking trails are filled spectacular mountain views, picturesque villages and the best part is that it can be trekked all year around. Many of the trekking trails remain closed in the coldest winters and wettest monsoon, but four seasons trekking trails can be enjoyed anytime of the year.
Nepal is rightfully called the land of Himalayas as it has eight out of fourteen 8000’ders in the world, including the highest mountain, the Mount Everest. With the snow clad magnificent Himalayas, Nepal can offer a captivating, challenging and adventurous treasures for any traveler. Climbing the Himalayas is always considered to be one of the greatest of adventures, hence the Peak climbing in Nepal is one of the most famous adventure expeditions in the world. Nepal has 1,310 peaks above 6000 meters, of which 238 are open for climbing.
Peak climbing in Nepal offers the best choices of mountain expeditions for both the experienced and the novice climbers. The great 8000’ders including the grand Everest stands as an exciting challenge for any experienced mountaineers whereas the small scale mountains may be a great adventure for novice climbers. The mountaineering expedition to mountains such as Dhaulagiri, Makalu, Manaslu, Lhotse, Everest etc are ideal for the one looking for a challenging mountaineering experience. Climbing the high peaks requires a high level of physical and mental endurance with a good level of mountaineering skills and training.
There are smaller mountains ranging from 5587 to 6654 meters, which are known as “trekking peaks”. Climbing these trekking peaks may be the next step from simply trekking in the Himalayas. These mountains are comparatively easier to climb and it can be climbed by any healthy person with minimum training and experience of mountain climbing. Climbing lower peaks also serve as training for those aiming higher mountains above 8000m. Trekking peaks offers an exciting adventure for both the experienced trekkers and novice climbers.
Himalayan Eco Treks and Travel Nepal offers the peak climbing in Nepal for the small scale mountain peaks such as Island Peak and Mera Peak. We provide all the services to aid your adventure. Our high quality services and dedicated management will make sure that you have a safe and happy experience while travelling in Nepal.