Explore By Hiking And Trekking in the Himalayas

Explore By Hiking And Trekking in the Himalayas

Trekking in the Himalayas is, in every sense of the term, the most recent style of traveling on the mountains and an experience. A unique attraction of Nepal lies in its cultures, its breathtaking all-natural beauty, and individuals. You will come to understand why this nation has captivated the hearts of mountaineers and explorers for over a century, by hiking in Nepal.

 

When to go

The first two weeks of this dry season (October and November) will be the perfect period for hiking in Nepal. December, January, and February are still months for trekking but the cold can be bitter at high altitudes. When trekkers can observe superb flowers forests, May and march additionally offer better weather. During the monsoon season (June-August) hiking is possible from the rain-shadow areas of the north of the Himalaya like Upper Mustang and top Dolpo. These regions, therefore, are unaffected by the monsoon and are out of range of the rain clouds because of the mountains.

A trip could be of any period you choose. Popular treks are offered round the Kathmandu and Pokhara valleys, which take while longer treks lasting from a week to a month, one, a couple of days to finish. Summit climbing for months on end and it is possible to combine a series of popular treks together.

 

Deciding on a Trek

Please remember that unfamiliar cultures, elevation, and weather can make additional requirements. A sense of dedication and humor are important features on any adventure vacation and on a holiday. In selecting a trek to assist you each trek has been given a grade, but this is a guide by us. Please phone or send an email to us and we will be delighted to inform you further if you require help in deciding which trek is appropriate.

 

Physical Fitness:

All trekking demands a level of fitness which will allow you to devote a fantastic day's walking, uphill and down. Most treks shouldn't be taken to acquire over 500 meters. There should be plenty of time during the afternoon so the exertion though strenuous occasionally, isn't sustained. The best preparation for biking is biking, swimming, running, squash, tennis and long walks between hills down and up. Good physical conditioning will help optimize your enjoyment of your treks.

 

Planning a Trek

Nepal provides plenty of opportunities for treks lasting not or a day, though most are longer. Around Pokhara or the Kathmandu Valley you can finish the trek within two, four or three times but for the popular Everest Base Camp and Annapurna Circuit treks three weeks, you have to let.

 

Trek Grading System

Nepal, with its ups and downs and paths, it is appropriate to think in terms of hours instead of kilometers. This is what we use as a method. The walk of A typical day lasts from five to seven hours & involves a standard of ascents & descents.

Easy treks involve up to 6 hours of walking a day, on good trails with lots of time for sightseeing. Altitudes do not exceed 3500 meters. Anybody who enjoys regular exercise and is in god bodily condition should cope with those treks.

A reasonable degree of fitness is required as there will be much ascent and descent together with the moment. There is A hill background a good idea.

Treks are more difficult, suitable for hillwalkers that are routine as they are generally more demanding any might demand 8-hour or 7 days, with altitudes up to 5500 meters. You should be fit and proper preparation is indispensable. Some days may involve crossing a pass with up to ten hours walking.

 

Style of Trekking

Teahouse Trek

It's a popular fashion of trek from the areas of Nepal where small accommodations at country lodges and reasonable standard of meals are easily available across the trails. Our porters carry customers' luggage and equipment and the manual looks after the lodging in food and lodges across the paths. Hot tea /coffee with breakfast in the afternoon and dinner in the day are served in the lodges. Lunch is offered en route between 11am and 12pm.

 

Full board camping trek

In this kind of trek, we offer camping gear and all the food for a larger or private group of travelers. Cook our manuals, porters or yaks care of all of the technical and logistical elements of the trip. Regular our staff will place the camp across the paths and our cooks prepare the western and Asian food with a variety of choices. This alternative is the only option for some of the more remote areas of Nepal, for example, Kanchenjunga, Manaslu, upper/lower Dolpo, Nar Phu valley, Round Dhaulagiri, Rolwaling, Makalu, Ganesh Himal, and many other distant areas.

Good acclimatization is very important and with many of our treks having days to permit for acclimatization, our paths are intended especially to allow a gain in elevation. We reap the advantages of a gain in acclimatization and fitness by gradually gaining height. We offer advice about acclimatization and together with the sensible approach we take our treks on all, anyone who's fit and healthy should have few issues. On hiking trips in Tibet and our climbing trips in Nepal we carry a portable altitude chamber.

 

Group Size

Group sizes are kept small, to decrease the impact on the environment and also to enable us to provide a personal service. The utmost Group size on the majority of our treks/tours is 16 and the minimum class size is 2.

 

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