Nepal Trekking Grade

Dear Trekker,

 

For trekkers with no previous experience, we offer a diverse range of easy treks. By easy, we mean that the trek involves no difficult climbing or ascents to high altitudes, takes usually no more than a week and is suitable for anyone. However, you should not think that loss of height means loss of interest; while our more challenging treks get you closer to a small number of mountain ranges, lower altitude treks often provide colourful horizons of a whole series of ranges. When you select a vacation, it's important to know if the trip is a good match for your fitness level. You want to make sure the pace of the walking, biking, hiking, paddling or riding you'll be doing is well-suited to you and your group or family members.

 

Nepal Trekking Grade

 

Grade 1 (Easy Trekking in Nepal)

We proudly inform the Nepal traveler about Easy trekking in Himalayan region of Nepal. There are plenty of ups and downs on well-maintained easy trekking trails of Nepal. Easy trekking type of trip is best suited for those who lead a reasonably active life. Easy trek takes grade indicates that you have to walking for only four to six hrs per day. It depends on your walking speed. Most of the easy trekking trips are not necessary to hike higher than 2700 meters. Easy trekking trips usually consist of around three to seven days of camping or tea house trekking in nepal. Most of the trekkers will require only minimal preparation for easy treks in Himalayan foot hills of Nepal. Trekkers who have not any previous trekking experience, we offer a diverse range of easy treks in Nepal. Easy Trekking is suitable for everyone. Visit Nepal once in life time and enjoy its natural beauty yourself. Culture experiences and historic sites are the main focus of these trips.

 

Grade 2 (Moderate Trekking in Nepal)

Moderate trekking in Nepal you have to walking in Himalayan foot hills five to seven hrs per day. Most of the moderate trekking trips are not necessary to hike higher than 5000 meters. Moderate trekking trips usually consist of around five to ten days of camping or tea house trekking. Paths are always well defined, but we will be spending time at altitudes above 3000 meters and we reach the 5000 meters sometimes of the route. If you are not particularly active, regular pre–trip exercise is strongly recommended for all of the moderate trekking in Nepal.

 

Grade 3 (Strenuous Treks)

Grade 3 treks should only be undertaken by those with some previous mountain walking experience. They ascend to altitudes of up to 5500m and involve some steep climbing, although it is never necessary to use ropes. Treks at this level can he arranged for periods of 7-21 days. For a popular and spectacular trek, with the possibility of staying in well-developed tea houses, the Annapurna Circuit is a good choice. A gradual ascent through a green river valley will lead you up to a number of high passes, where you will reach the altitude of 5416m. This trek will give you a close insight into Tibetan culture. Another understandably popular trek, with good tea house facilities, is the Everest Base Camp. The goal of this trek speaks for itself, but in achieving it, you cross a glacier, see Mt Everest and a whole variety of soaring peaks and experience the rich Sherpa culture. For a real adventure in wild and restricted areas, that see less than 300 visitors per year, you could trek in Mustang or to Makalu Base Camp. The Makalu trek traverses many high passes before reaching the Base Camp at 5000m. The Tibetan plateau of Mustang is a wild, treeless desert. The last two treks are possible only if you camp.

 

Grade 4 (Challenging Treks)

Grade 4 treks are only for real adventurers. They involve steep ascents to high altitudes with the possibility of some rope climbing. You'll need stamina to complete one of these treks, as it can take 20-28 days to journey to the heart of the wildernesses that they cross. All are camping expeditions. The exception is the Simikot trek, which is very remote with a truly undeveloped culture (quite a shock.) This can be accomplished in a shorter time (7-14 days.) However, you can also use the little-visited Simikot as the starting point for a trip to Mount Kailash (20 days.)

 

A trek through the isolated Dolpo region is one of the few good possibilities for the summer months. A trip to Kanchenjunga , the third highest mountain in the world, will take you into the remote far east region of Nepal. Here, Sherpa, Rai and Limbu culture happily co-exist. If you want the ultimate challenge, the Dhaulagiri trek is the most difficult of our featured treks. This wild trek involves challenging trekking on rough high terrain, perhaps with a ropes pitch or two.

Best Nepal Treks

01. Everest Base Camp Trek Everest Base Camp Trek is a famous challenging trek in Nepal.
02. Annapurna Base Camp Trek
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03. Langtang Valley Trek.
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04. Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek.
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05. Everest View Trek.
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06. Ganesh Himal Trek.
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07. Tiji Festival Trek.
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