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Nepal Trekking

Neapal Trekking
Trekking in Nepal is an amazing experience that you will cherish for ever. Treks to the Everest base camp, trekking in the Annapurna region, Amadablam treks, Manasalu treks, Dhaulagiri treks, Langtang treks, Solukhumbu area including Thamserku treks, treks in the pristine rara lake area, Dolpo treks, Manang and Mustang Treks and other treks ranging from Api Saipal in the far west Nepal to Kanchenjunga in the eastern Nepal offer one of the best trekking in the whole world.

Nepal treks are some of the most spectacular trekking in the world because of her biogeographical diversity ranging from nearly the sea level (Jhapa, 60 m) to the highest peak on earth (Mount Everest, 8848 m) consisting of mountainous, hilly and Terai regions.

Nepal is a real paradise for trekking. Treks vary from high-altitude routes to simple ones and from teahouse treks to Camping treks in Nepal. The most popular trekking destination in Nepal is the Annapurna region. Three favorite treks, each a minimum of about one week (one-way), include the Manang region along the east side of the Annapurna range, the walk up the Kali Gandaki gorge to Jomsom, and the Annapurna circuit trek which combines the first two areas by crossing a high-altitude pass, Thorang La (5,360 meters), and takes at least three weeks to complete. Treks to the Everest area, Kanchenjungha treks, Kailash Mansarover treks and other eco treks are much rewarding too. There are so many trekking itineraries to suit almost all sorts of interests and periods to choose from. AMAZING ADVENTURES TREKS & EXPEDITIONS will be delighted to design an exact itinerary as per your specific requirements.

When To Go:
Our trips are scheduled at the best times of the year. However, there are marked seasonal variations. Autumn-Mid-September to November:

Following the monsoon, the skies are generally very clear, the days warm and the evenings cool. This makes it an ideal time to trek, or climb at higher altitudes. This is Nepal's most popular trekking season.

Winter- December to February:

Generally, you enjoy clear skies with crisp days, but cold nights at higher altitudes. A great time to trek the one and the two-week, lower altitude trails, where the temperature remain pleasant. The advantage of winter trekking is that there is less trekker in Nepal. Spring- March to late May:

This season presents a floral spectacular with the blossoming of the giant rhododendrons. The days are warm, which makes higher altitude trekking, in particular, very comfortable. As the monsoon season approaches cloud is more likely in the afternoons.

Summer: June to early September

This is the ideal time for traveling in the Indian and Tibetan Himalaya, as the days are warm and these regions are generally shadowed from seasonal rain. However, Nepal experiences monsoons from late May through to August. This makes it not really suitable for trekking.

Trek Grades:

All our treks require, at the very least, a reasonable level of personal fitness. Sensible preparation will certainly add to the charm.

Grade 1 / Easy (By Himalayan Standards!)
Easy trekking by Himalayan standards is generally between 1000m/33000 ft. and 2,500m/8,200 ft. There are always plenty of 'ups and downs' anywhere in the Himalaya and clients need to be regular walkers to get full enjoyment from their experience. It is possible however to design 'easier' short three to four day treks with perhaps only two to four hours walking per day on request.

Grade 2 / Moderate Trekking along good passable trails. The elevation usually is up to 3,500m/11,5000 ft. and possibly involving some side trips to higher elevations.

Grade 3 / Strenuous Reasonably demanding trekking at altitudes up to 5,5OOm/18000 feet with even high pass crossings by vehicle or on foot in excess of 5,000m/16,400 ft. In other areas treks of a demanding nature, requiring all participants to be fit and in excellent health, often in remote alpine areas and sometimes reaching altitudes in excess of 5,500m/1 8,000 ft.side trips to higher elevations. Some treks included here will, in part, be well away from villages on ill-defined mountain trails.

Grade 4 / Challenging: Extremely demanding treks sometimes in very remote areas on rough terrain and perhaps including climbs (in Nepal) of one or more of the so called 'trekking peaks' - maximum altitude, Mt. Mera at 6,654m / 21,800ft. Participants should have at least a basic knowledge of the use of crampons and ice axes, though first time climbers may be accepted on some of the so called 'easy' routes on these peaks. Kindly note that we have considered the following factors while grading our treks:

- The total duration of the trekking.
- The duration of stay at high altitude (+3000m).
- The maximum difference in altitude per day.
- The condition of the terrain.
- The average duration of the daily stages.
- The night temperatures.
However, we would like to remind our trekkers that the level of difficulty of a trek is very subjective. Weather conditions, your physical condition, possible health problems during the trek and other factors can have an important influence on the way you experience a trek.

Nepal Trekking Routes

Annapurna Region
Everest Region
Helambu & Langtang Region
Kanchenjunga Trekking
Arun Valley Trek
Makalu Basecamp Trek
Round Manaslu Trekking
Round Dhaulagiri Trekking
The Kingdom of Mustang Trekking
Jumla to Upper Dolpo Trekking
Jomsom Trekking
More Routes in the West
Other Treks
Trekking Peak-Climbing