It becomes necessary
to know which trek matches most with your physical
capabilities in order to enjoy your trekking in
Nepal. Thus, we have categorized all our treks
in the following ranks.
: Easy trekking by Himalayan Standard
is generally up to 2000m. There are plenty of
ups and downs on well-maintained trails. This
type of trip is best suited for those who leaves
a reasonably active life. The trek takes about
3 to 7 days, walking about 4 to 5 hours a day.
: It involves longer treks (five to ten
days) on maintained trails. This type of trek
includes perhaps day excursions to higher elevations.
It is desirable to have some previous hill- walking
experience. On these trek, generally we attain
the altitude between 900m to 3000m.
to Strenuous) : It is a reasonably demanding
trek at an altitude up to 4000m with side trips
to higher elevations. This is classified as ill
– defined trails, away from habitation.
: These treks must be fully supported.
The altitude attained between 3500 to 5000m. &
this trek also involves several night stays above
4000m. For this trek, trekkers should be fit &
enthusiastic hill walkers prepared to tackle difficult
terrain in remote areas.
Strenuous) : This trek is best described
as Alpine Trek. This trek is suitable for those
in excellent health, capable of carrying a backpack
as the treks sometime will be in very remote areas
reaching crossing. During trek, you have to cross
snow - covered passes in very remote areas or
climb up to 6500m. There it is normally desirable
to have some previous experience of handling axes
& crampons. It is essential to accept medical
certificates prior to start the trek.