Trekking Information of Nepal
Trekking In Nepal “We can be your compass in Nepal”
Trekking in Nepal is a whole new type of experience with the high mountain passes and trekking lovers have unending opportunities. Adventure comes naturally to Nepal since the region is blessed by Mother Nature with incredible beauty. The cultural traditions and geographical features of this region are highly admirable. The destination never fails to capture the hearts of tourists since it is hemmed in by the Great Himalayas
To offer the best trekking experience to people located in different parts of the world, we are here to render the service of tourism to some of the best trekking spots in Bhutan, Tibet, India China and other several destination in Asia.
Trekking in Nepal can be undertaken throughout the year. There are four seasons in Nepal. Each season has its distinct attraction to offer. The seasons are classified as follows:
Autumn (September to November)
This season offers excellent weather and tantalizing mountain views. Temperatures are moderate, making it a good time for any trekking. The skies are generally clear with outstanding views. Occasionally short storms may dump considerable snow at high altitudes.
Winter (December to February)
This season is noted for occasional snowfall only at higher elevations. Hence, it is ideal for trekking at lower elevation, generally below 3000 meters.
Spring (March to May)
Different varieties if wild flowers, specially the rhododendrons make the hillside above 3000 m. a hunting paradise during this season. It is mildly warm at lower elevations and at higher elevation over 4000m. The Mountain View is excellent while the temperature is quite moderate.
Summer (June to August)
Summer months continue up to mid September making travel wet and warm. These times are blessed for the keen botanist as the higher valleys and meadows blossom with flowers and lush vegetation. It is recommended to carry insect repellents when trekking during these summer season.
The Himalayan Kingdom Nepal is well-known country in the world for adventure trekking in Himalayan region. The Diversity in Nepal’s nature and a range of interesting culture makes this country ideal for tourism. Seven star trekking and tour will provide an opportunity to explore the local culture of the people and enjoy the beauty of nature undisturbed by the influence of modernity.
The trekking route is declared in different way but seven star trekking and tour will inform you about the Nepal trekking region. Mainly there are nine different trekking routes in Nepal. Some of the trekking company categorized the trekking into the Many route like this Eastern region treks Nepal, Central region treks Nepal, Mid-west region treks Nepal, far-west region treks Nepal. The classification of Trekking route of Nepal is quite difficult to know the Nepal visitors, in this way we declared the trekking route according popular trekking destination of Nepal. In Nepal there are eight highest mountains out of ten in the world. Some best Trekking region or trekking routes of Nepal are given below.
Main Trekking route/ Region in Nepal
Everest Region Trekking
Annapurna Region Trekking
Langtang Region Trekking
Dhaulagiri Region Trekking
Manaslu Region Trekking
Kanchenjungha Region Trekking
Rowling Region Trekking
Makalu Region Trekking
Dolpo Region Trekking
Village Region Trekking
Seven star trekking and Expedition are always looking for to discover a new route to discover and take the visitors off the beaten track to some of the most remote and beautiful areas of Nepal. The Newly Open Trekking Routes cover a diverse range of areas and take you well off the beaten tourist track to some of the most remote and beautiful areas in Nepal.
New Open Trekking Route in Nepal
Gorkha Siklish Trekking Nar Phu Valley Trekking
Machhapuchhre Trekking Tamang Heritage Trekking
Pikey Peak Trekking Bhairav Kunda Trekking
Khayer Tal Trekking Mardi Himal Trekking
Dudh Kunda Trekking Mustang Lo Manthang Trekking
Pathibhara Trekking Ilam Tea Gargen Trekking
Easy Grade: Generally between 900 and 2000 meters (3000-6500 feet) with plenty of ups and downs. Travelers need to be regular walkers to fully enjoy this experience. It is possible, however, to design “easy and short” three or four day treks with only two to five hours walking per day.
Moderate Grade: This king of grade is for possibly involving side trips to higher elevations between 900 and 3000 meters (3000 – 10000 feet).
Moderate to Strenuous Grade: This kind of grade reasonably demanding trekking at altitude up-to 4000 meters (13000 feet) with trips to higher elevations and could include treks away from villages on ill-defined mountain trails.
Strenuous Grade: Treks in other areas treks of demanding nature, require all participants to be fit and in excellent health, often in remote alpine areas and sometimes reaching altitudes over 5500 meters (18000 feet) and high pass crossing over.
Alpine Grade: These are the extremely demanding treks, sometimes in very remote areas on rough terrain, and could include (in Nepal) climbs of one or more of the “trekking peaks” (maximum altitude, Mt. Mera at 6461 meters, 21192 feet). Participants should have at least a basic knowledge of the use of crampons and ice axe, though first time climbers may be accepted on some of the “easy” routes. Medical certificates are compulsory required for acceptance into these climbing treks.