TOP 9 TREKKING TRIPS IN NEPAL TOP 9 TREKKING TRIPS IN NEPAL – Sali Trekking

TOP 9 TREKKING TRIPS IN NEPAL

Posted On:Tuesday, March 10, 2020

1. EVEREST BASE CAMP – 12/13 days, +25,000 trekkers/year Everest Base Camp Trek (5365m.) is the one of famous destination in among the Top 9 Trekking Trips In Nepal. Great trekking terrain! You’ll stand face-to-face with the world’s highest mountain – Mount Everest (8,848m), and see multiple other majestic peaks. You’ll also meet the Sherpa people, renowned for the climbing skills. In short, fantastic trekking experience. Trekking Difficulty: Difficult – Remoteness: Not Remote (due to the number of trekkers) Pricing: Medium (#USD spent/day) – Best Season: Feb-May and October-November Accommodation type: Guesthouse.

2. ANNAPURNA CIRCUIT – 12-18 days, the entire Annapurna Region +100,000 trekkers/year Annapurna Circuit trek (5416m.). Good trekking terrain. Great Himalayan scenery. Comfortable trek with lots of teahouses. In recent years road building has taken place along the trek, unfortunately decreasing the overall trekking experience. Trekking Difficulty: Difficult – Remoteness: Not Remote (due to the number of trekkers) Pricing: Cheap (#USD spent/day) – Best Season: March-May and October-November Accommodation type: Guesthouse.

3. ANNAPURNA BASE CAMP – 7-12 days – Part of the Annapurna Region, +100,000 trekkers/year Annapurna Base Camp (4,120m) will allow you to stand face-to-face with the world’s most dangerous mountain to Climb (not trek…) – Annapurna I (8.091 m). Only having 10 days for trekking this trek is without doubt a great option. Trekking Difficulty: Medium – Remoteness: Not Remote – Pricing: (#USD spent/day) – Best Season: March-May and October-November – Accommodation type: Guesthouse trek

4. POONHILL TREK – 4-7 days, Part of the Annapurna Region, +100,000 trekkers/year Poonhill Trek (3,210 m) offers great views of the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri Mountain Ranges. It’s a great trek for a sneak-peak into the trekking world. Highly recommended if only a few days available for trekking in Nepal. Trekking Difficulty: Easy-medium – Remoteness: Not Remote – Pricing: Cheap (#USD spent/day) – Best Season: Feb-May and September-November – Accommodation type: Guesthouse trek

5. LANGTANG TREK – 7-13 days – 13,000 trekkers/year Langtang Trek (3900m)Situated in the North towards Tibet Langtang is a good trek offering cultural insights such as monasteries, local villages, and an opportunity to select and hike you own preferred 5,000 m peak. We especially recommend this trek if only having 7-8 days available. Trekking Difficulty: Medium- difficult – Remoteness: Not Remote-Remote – Pricing: Cheap (#USD spent/day) – Best Season: March-May and October-November – Accommodation type: Guesthouse trek

6. MANASLU TREK – 15 days – 6,500 trekkers/year The Manaslu trek(5236m.) officially opened for trekking in the early 90s, a cutural trek par excellence, and without a doubt one of the best treks in Nepal. An appropriate name might be ‘Anaslu’ as this trek is likely to take over the popularity of the infamous Annapurna Circuit trek. Highly recommended. Trekking Difficulty: Difficult – Remoteness: Remote – Pricing: Medium (#USD spent/day) – Best Season: March-May and October-November. Not recommended during winter – Accommodation type: Guesthouse trek.

7. EVEREST BASE CAMP 3 PASSES TREK – 18 days – Part of the Solu Khumbu region, +36,000 trekkers/year Everest 3 high pass trek (5550m.Looking for an adventure of a lifetime? This is the ultimate Everest quest. It is a long and challenging trek with 4 passes to climb. ALL efforts are, however, rewarded by stunning peaks, pristine nature, and excellent trails. Trekking Difficulty: Hard – Remoteness: Very Remote (3 Passes region) – Pricing: Medium (#USD spent/day) – Best Season: March-May and October-November. Not recommended during winter – Accommodation type: Guesthouse

8. GOKYO – 12 days – Part of the Sulu Khumbu Region, +36,000 trekkers/year Gokyo Trek(4750m.)Situated just west of the Everest Base Camp trek the Gokyo trek is a great alternative if looking for fewer tourists and more remote nature. The five Emerald Lakes together with majestic mountain peaks is at the core of this trek. Trekking Difficulty: Medium-Difficult – Remoteness: Remote – Pricing: Medium (#USD spent/day) – Best Season: March-May and October-November – Accommodation type: Guesthouse.

9. UPPER MUSTANG – 14 days – 3,000 trekkers/year Upper Mustang, a former Himalayan Kingdom, is considered a last bastion of Tibetan culture. An otherwise traditional camping trek now available via conveniently spaced guesthouses. A great option if looking for unique Tibetan culture together with beautiful landscapes. Recommended! Trekking Difficulty: Medium-difficult – Remoteness: Very Remote – Pricing: High (#USD spent/day) – Best Season: March-May and October-November – Accommodation type: Guesthouse.