How to choose a trek in Nepal is one of the common questions before trekking in Himalayas of Nepal. Nepal is a top-listed destination all around the world for tours and trekking.
To make the selection of the tour and trekking easier hereby we provide you with tips in order to make your lifetime experiences worth remembering.
Trekking Difficulty level
Well, talking about the difficulties faced during the trekking can be simply classified as easy trek which is usually for the beginners and then comes the moderate trek which can also be called the demanding trek.
The moderate trek accounts in a lot of challenges but not as the challenging trek which can be adventurous and dangerous at a time. As specified the trekking difficulty level in Nepal is classified and accounted so that you can pre plan your Nepal trek.
Level of fitness
To meet the trekking difficulty level, the trek requires certain health criteria. Calm down, the health here indicates your level of fitness. Generally, an easy trek has an altitude up to 4000 meters which takes around 10 days from your arrival to the departure. So, it is the perfect trek for your family including small children and older people too.
The moderate trek can be difficult for the small and the old age groups as the altitude is 5600 meters. We trek 5 to 6 hours a day to avoid the AMS. Also, there are limitations for the individual having health problems such as Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS) or something else. This trek aids the people going for a challenging trek which can elevate up to 5000 to 6500 meters.
Trekking region of Nepal
Trekking regions also affect to choose a trek in Nepal. Nepal is a diversified land with a lot to explore and experience. Whether it’s a new trail for trekking or the most popular trek, Nepal is always beyond imagination.
Highlights of Regions
There are uncountable regions in Nepal with mesmerizing views all around you. Well, we have sort-listed the popular trekking destination as:
Everest Trekking Region
The Everest region is the world’s highest and the most difficult trek. You can reach out to Everest by possibly two ways as Everest Base Camp, moderate trek and the Everest Three Passes Trek which is considered hard.
Everest Base Camp Trek
The Everest base camp trek is the moderate trek with an altitude of 5364m above from the sea level. It is a 13 days trek with challenges and adventure ahead to face.
Everest Three Passes Trek
As its name, you have to pass the three highest passes known as Cho La pass (5,380m), Kongma La pass (5,535m) and Renjo La pass (5,388m). It is a 20 days trek with a splendid view. Out of all the treks, this trek is a challenge for the experienced trekkers too.
EliteTreks thinks you can choose a trek in Everest region of Nepal with the help of these two different grades of trekking.
Annapurna Trekking Region
Annapurna Base Camp Trek:
Like the Everest Trek, you can trek in Annapurna either by Annapurna Circuit Trek or the Ghorepani Trek / Poon Hill Trek.
Annapurna Circuit Trek
The attitude of the trek is 5416m which lasts for 18 days. The trek difficulty level is moderate. The available means of transportation is bus, car, and plane; you can choose one as your preference.
Ghorepani Trek / Poon Hill Trek
If you choose to trek with the Poon hill then, you can reach Annapurna with an approximation of 10 days. It falls in the easy trek category as the elevation rises up to 3210m above the sea level.
Mardi Himal Trek
Another trek which is popular amongst all the people of Nepal and as well the point of attraction of other countries too.
Upper Mustang Trek
With the elevation of 3800m and it’s cultural and the traditional aspect, the Upper Mustang has been opened to the non-Nepali trekkers about 15 years from today. It is approximately 5 days trek which is moderate and can sometimes be dangerous.
Manaslu Circuit Trek
Mount Manaslu is enlisted as the eight highest peaks of the world with a height of 8163m above the sea level. Though, the attitude 8163m, the Larkey La Pass is the final destination of the trek with an altitude of 5125m.
Best time of year
The best time of the year for trekking in Nepal can undoubtedly be said as March to May. Though there are seasonal changes and each of us may have their own season preferences for traveling. You can still have the best time to trek in Nepal creating wonderful memories.
But some may have interest and craving in climbing and expedition which can be best in mid-September to mid-November. Basically, in this season the fall is less likely to be experienced. Besides this, for the tour all the seasons welcome you.
These are some of the measures that you should be based on before choosing a trek in Nepal. If you are planning a trip to Nepal, EliteTreks will help you to choose a trek in Nepal.