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15 Best Treks in Nepal

Nepal is a beautiful country nestled in the lap of the Himalayans. It is not only the home to the tallest summits in the world, but also to largest glaciers, emerald lakes, and lush hills and dwindling white rivers. However, it is not only famous for its inherent natural beauty but also its medieval towns and cities, its unscathed centuries old culture and civilization sustained in toughest of terrains.

Every year Nepal welcomes more than 2, 00,000 trekkers from all over the world. Closed to the foreigners until the 1950s, this mountain country is now one of the leading choices for avid trekkers around the globe. With Himalaya Discovery, trek to the mystic valleys guarded by silver peaks, and witness the phenomenal culture and way of life of Nepalese people.

Trekking in Nepal is truly a once in a lifetime experience. Although, it is a geographically small country, it has very diverse land terrains. That’s why Nepal boasts of many diverse trekking destinations. You can trek to the bases of the tallest peaks such as Mount Everest, Dhaulagiri, Kanchenjunga and Annapurna. You can also trek to the hidden valleys beyond the Himalayans like Mustang and Dolpo.

While trekking in Nepal, there is something for everyone. If you are an avid, experienced trekker looking for quality adventure then you can trek to the base camps and valleys beyond mountain. If you are looking for a combination of cultural and adventure trek, you can trek in regions like Poonhill and Ghandruk. If you are a novice, you can still trek to beautiful regions such as Chisapani and Shivapuri.

The trekking agency business has flourished rapidly in Nepal over the last decade. If you visit Thamel, Pokhara or other tourist areas, you will meet wide ranges of trekking agencies with different specializations and different packages from which you can choose. However, sometimes the advices and packages provided to you are profit-driven and not in your best interest.

So, it is better if you conduct extensive researches on different regions and find yourself an agency and package suitable for you prior to your visit. If you are planning on easy to moderate level treks, you will likely be qualified if you are in good state of physical health. But, if you are considering trekking to mountain regions, there are some things you should consider. They are:

  • State of you physical and mental wellbeing
  • The duration of the trek
  • The level of difficulty you are anticipating
  • Commercial trekking route or unconventional route
  • The complete budget of trek
  • Season for trekking (spring, autumn or etc)
  • Size of your group
  • Permits and necessary documents

Here we have presented a list of 15 Best Treks in Nepal as per our preferences. We have considered various factors such as level of difficulty, duration, maximum altitude and so on to shortlist 15 destinations from the hundreds of options Nepal has to offer you.

15 Best Treks in Nepal –  Famous Trekking Destination in Nepal

We have also highlighted the pros and cons of trekking in the respective region, among other facts and figures to help you make a choice. We, Himalaya Discovery wish you Happy Trekking!

everest-base-camp-trek

1. Everest Base Camp Trek

Mount Everest simply needs no explanation. The tallest summit on the earth standing tall at height of 8,848 meters is not only the aspiration of mountaineers from all over the world but its base camp, Everest Base Camp is also one of the most popular and rewarding trekking destination. More than 25,000 trekkers trek to this region every year.

Everest Base Camp provides you the opportunity to live in the vicinity of Everest, and witnesses other equally astonishing peaks such as Kanchenjunga (8,586m), Lhotse (8,516m) and Makalu (8,463m). You will also see the Khumbu Glacier, the highest glacier on earth and its many subsidiaries.

Highlights of the Everest Base Camp Trek

– Up-close view of Mount Everest (8,848m)

– View of Mt. Kanchenjunga, Mt. Lhotse and Mt. Makalu

– Kala Patthar, the iconic viewpoint for eastern Himalayans at 5,600m

– Khumbu Glacier, highest glacier in world

– Witness unique culture of Sherpa People

– Visit ancient and historic monasteries

Drawbacks of the Everest Base Camp Trek

– Same route for returning back to Namche Bazaar

– Very commercial and busy route

Trek Trivia

– Maximum elevation: 5,600m (Kala Patthar)

– Duration- 13 to 15 days

– Best time- October to November (autumn) and March to May (spring)

– Price- high (includes permits, flight tickets (Kathmandu to Lukla), accommodations, meals and other fees)

– Restricted permits- None

– Trekking difficulty- Medium (level 3)

– Remoteness- low

– Accessibility in winter- December to January

Kanchanjunga Trek

2. Annapurna Circuit Trek

Annapurna is the tenth highest peak in the world standing tall at the altitude of 8,091m. The beautiful mountain is located in the Annapurna massif in north central Nepal. Although Annapurna 1 is known as one of the most dangerous mountains to climb, the trek to its base camp has become increasingly popular. It has become a popular destination for avid trekkers and enthusiast alike.

Trekking to the Annapurna region, you will not only be able to witness the glorious Annapurna but the whole Annapurna Mountain Range. Annapurna Range boasts of more than ten mountains over the range of 8,000m and 17 mountains of 7,000m range. Some notable peaks you will be able to witness along with Annapurna 1 are Himchuli, Gangapurna, Annapurna South and Annapurna 3.

Highlights of the Annapurna Circuit Trek

– Up-close view of Annapurna Range

– View of Mt. Himchuli, Mt. Gangapurna, and Mt. Dhaulagiri

– Crossing the widest pass in world- Thorong La Pass (5,416m)

– Annapurna Conservation Area (Largest in Nepal)

– Witness unique culture of Gurung People

– Visit ancient and historic monasteries

Drawbacks of the Annapurna Circuit Trek

– Building of roads in some parts of the trial

– Very commercial and busy route

Trek Trivia

– Maximum elevation: 5,416m (Thorong La Pass)

– Duration- 13 to 14 days

– Best time- October to November (autumn) and March to May (spring)

– Price- high (includes permits, accommodations, meals and other fees)

– Restricted permits- None

– Trekking difficulty- Medium (level 3)

– Remoteness- low

– Accommodation- Hotels and Guest houses

– Accessibility in winter- December to January

Annapurna Sanctuary Trek

3. Annapurna Base Camp

Mount Annapurna, also known as Morshiadi is the tenth tallest mountain in the world at height of 8,091m. The beautiful mountain is situated in the famous Annapurna Massif situated in north-central Nepal.

The mountain was first climbed in 1950 AD. Although, Annapurna is deemed as one of the most dangerous peaks to climb, its base camp is a very popular trekking destination drawing more than 1, 00,000 trekkers every year.

While trekking the Annapurna base camp, you will be able to see the Annapurna Massif from very near which consists of more than 10 8,000m peaks and more than 17 7,000m peaks among others. You will also be able to see the lifestyle, experience the culture, and lifestyle of the indigenous Gurung people living in the region.

Highlights of the Annapurna Base Camp Trek

– Up-close view of Annapurna Massif Range

– View of Mt. Himchuli and Gangapurna among others

– View of Thorong La Pass, widest pass (5,416m)

– Annapurna Conservation Area Project

– Witness unique culture of Gurung People

– Visit ancient and historic monasteries

Drawbacks of the Annapurna Base Camp Trek

– Building of roads in some parts of trial route

– Very commercial and busy route

– The trial also consists of staircases

Trek Trivia

– Maximum elevation: 4,320m

– Duration- 13 to 14 days

– Best time- October to November (autumn) and March to May (spring)

– Price- high (includes permits, accommodations, meals and other fees)

– Restricted permits- None

– Trekking difficulty- Medium/ Moderate (level 2)

– Remoteness- low

– Accommodation- Hotels and Guest houses

– Accessibility in winter- December to January (risks of avalanches

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4. Poonhill Trek

If you are in search of a physically easy trek, also economic but offers the excellent view of the Himalayans, Poonhill trek is the ideal trekking destination for you. Poonhill (3,210m) is a very popular viewpoint from where you can have the splendid view of Mt. Annapurna, Mt. Dhaulagiri, Mt. Machhapuchhre and Mt. Himchuli among others.

Poonhill is the perfect blend of cultural and adventure trek. You will trek through the Ghandruk region which is the epitome of the rich Gurung culture. Since, the trekking region is in close proximity with Pokhara, you will be able to travel and discover this beautiful lake city as well. We highly recommend you to embark on Poonhill trek if you’re looking for a short duration trek. More than 1,00,000 trekkers trekked Poonhill last year.

Highlights of Poonhill Trek

– Sunrise from Poonhill

– View of western Himalayans

– Cultural trek in Ghandruk region

– Close proximity to Pokhara

Drawbacks of Poonhill Trek

– Busy trekking route

– Trial consists of staircases

Trek Trivia

– Maximum elevation: 3,210m (Poonhill Viewpoint)

– Duration- 5 to 7 days

– Best time- October to November (autumn) and March to May (spring)

– Price-moderate (includes, accommodations, meals and other fees)

– Restricted permits- None

– Trekking difficulty- Easy/ Moderate (level 1)

– Remoteness- low

– Accommodation- Hotels and Guest houses

– Accessibility in winter- December to January

Helambu-trekking

5. Langtang Trek

Langtang trek is a mesmerizing once in a lifetime experience that takes you to the foot of the central Himalayans. It is the nearest Himalayan range from the capital city. If you do not have the long period of time but do not want to compromise on the adventure then it is a suitable trekking destination for you. Situated in the north central region, a few hour drive from Kathmandu is enough to reach Langtang region.

While trekking in the Langtang region, you will not only see the beautiful Himalayan range but also beautiful waterfalls. We will also pass through enchanting bamboo and rhododendron forests. We will also have view of Yala and Naya Kang peak.

Highlights of Langtang Trek

– Climbing the Tserko Peak (4,984m)

– Close proximity to urban region

– Beautiful and unscathed Langtang Valley

– Experience of ancient Tibetan culture and lifestyle

Drawbacks of Langtang Trek

– Same trial for going and coming back

– Langtang valley has been partially swept due to earthquake

Trek Trivia

– Maximum elevation: 4,984m (Tserko Ri)

– Duration- 7 to 13 days

– Best time- October to November (autumn) and March to May (spring)

– Price- Cheap

– Restricted permits- None

– Trekking difficulty- Moderate (level 3)

– Remoteness- Not remote

– Accommodation- Hotels and Guest houses

– Accessibility in winter- December to January (risks of avalanches)

Manaslu Circuit Trek

6. Manaslu Trek

Mt. Manaslu is the eight tallest peaks in the world standing tall at altitude of 8,163m which lies on the border of Nepal and Tibet. Opened only in 1992 for trekkers, it is one of the most adventurous and rewarding trekking destination Nepal has to offer. It is not only adventurous but also is a cultural trek, as you will experience the rich culture of Gurung people. It is a not very commercial trekking route and thus the wilderness of its periphery is maintained. About 7,500 trekkers trekked Manaslu last year.

Manaslu Trek gives you excellent views of Mt. Manaslu, Ganesh Himal, Paldor Peak, and Machhapuchhre among others. The Manaslu trek interfaces Ganesh Himal, Tsum Valley, and Paldor Peak Base Camp. If you are looking for an adventurous and cultural trek, but do not want to face the hassle of the commercial trekking routes or destinations, Manaslu Trek is suitable for you.

Highlights of Manaslu Trek

– Crossing of Larke Pass

– The secluded, remote and diverse trial

– Historical town of Gorkha

– View of Manaslu Mountain Range

– Diverse and rich culture of Himalayan people

– Budi Gandaki and Marsyangdi River

– Tibetan Enclave of Nupri

Drawbacks of Manaslu Trek

– Secluded and very remote trial

– Accommodation may be scarce during peak season

Trek Trivia

– Maximum elevation: 5,115m (Larke Pass)

– Duration- 15 to 17 days

– Best time- October to November (autumn) and March to May (spring)

– Price- High (includes permits, accommodations, meals and other fees)

– Restricted permits- Minimum of 2 trekkers accompanied by licensed guides and porters

– Trekking difficulty- Hard/Difficult (level 4)

– Remoteness- Remote

– Accommodation- Hotels and Guest houses

– Accessibility in winter- December to January (risks of avalanches)

Ama Dablam Expedition

7. Everest Base Camp 3 passes Trek

Everest Base Camp 3 Passes trek takes you to the foot of the most famous mountain range of the world and Mt. Everest itself. The trek is mostly suitable for those trekkers who are looking for their fair share of adrenaline pumping adventure in the Himalayans. Everest High Passes Trek will take you to the base camp of Mt. Everest, Kalapatthar, Gokyo Ri and emerald Gokyo lakes.

As part of the trek, we will trek to the unscathed region of Marlung and beautiful Nangpa valley. It is an ideal trek for adventure seekers as you will get to cross high mountain passes, Kongma La Pass (5,535m), Cho La Pass (5,420m) and Renjo La Pass (5,340m).

Highlights of Everest Base Camp 3 Passes Trek

– Kongma La Pass (5,535m), Cho La Pass (5,420m) and Renjo La Pass (5,340m)

– Viewpoint of Kalapatthar

– Remote but very diverse trial route

– Crossing the largest glacier of Himalayans- Ngozumba glacier

Drawbacks of Everest Base Camp 3 Passes Trek

– Risks of avalanches

– Difficult trial

Trek Trivia

– Maximum elevation: 5,540m (Kong Ma La Pass)

– Duration- 18 days

– Best time- October to November (autumn) and March to May (spring)

– Price- Medium (includes permits, accommodations, meals and other fees)

– Restricted permits- None

– Trekking difficulty- Hard/Difficult (level 4)

– Remoteness- Very remote

– Accommodation- Hotels and Guest houses

– Accessibility in winter- No. 3 Passes cannot be crossed in winter

Gokyo Trek

8. Gokyo Trek

Gokyo Trek will surpass all your expectorations. Gokyo is situated just west of famous Everest Base Camp and is an alternative to the older classic trial routes of the Everest. Gokyo trek provides you with a unique opportunity to view the picturesque mountains of Khumbu region along with the 5 emerald lakes of Gokyo Ri.

From Gokyo, we can have the most amazing view of the Mt. Everest amidst other eastern mountains along with the massive Ngozumpa Glacier. We highly recommend you to trek the Gokyo region to live in the vicinity of high mountains. You will also be able to witness unique floras and faunas of Sagarmatha National Park and the celebrated culture of Sherpa people. More than 36,000 trekkers visited Gokyo last year.

Highlights of Gokyo Trek

– Historical village of Gokyo

– 5 turquoise lakes of Gokyo Ri

– Everest and other eastern Himalayans

– Ngozumpa Glacier

– Renjo La Pass

– Gokyo Ri Viewpoint

Drawbacks of Gokyo Trek

– Busy and commercial trekking route

– Trail can get monotonous at some parts

Trek Trivia

– Maximum elevation: 5,357m (Gokyo Ri)

– Duration- 12 to 13 days

– Best time- October to November (autumn) and March to May (spring)

– Price- high (includes, accommodations, meals, and other fees)

– Restricted permits- None

– Trekking difficulty- Easy/ Moderate (level 1)

– Remoteness- low

– Accommodation- Hotels and Guest houses

– Accessibility in winter- December to January

Jomsom Muktinath Trek

9. Upper Mustang Trek

Upper Mustang is the land beyond the Himalayans. Once the capital of powerful mountain kingdom Lo Manthang, it is considered the last upholder of Tibetan culture in Nepal. Upper Mustang till today is isolated from the modernity and complexity of the 21st century where the time has stood still for hundreds of years.

Upper Mustang Trek is one of the finest trekking destinations in the world that has the perfect blend of cultural elements and surreal landscapes for you to experience. Until the 1990s, Upper Mustang was a restricted demilitarized region, but now it is a hotspot for trekking with comfortable and convenient accommodation facilities. About 3,000 trekkers visit Upper Mustang every year.

Highlights of Upper Mustang Trek

– Region beyond the Himalayans

– Lo Manthang city and palace

– Rough and barren landscapes

– Historic monasteries

– Beautiful view of Annapurna, Dhaulagiri, Tukche and Nilgiri

– Copper red parched valleys

– Picturesque flight from and to Jomsom

Drawbacks of Upper Mustang Trek

– Strong afternoon winds

Trek Trivia

– Maximum elevation: 3, 810m (Dhhamkar)

– Duration- 14 to 15 days

– Best time- October to November (autumn) and March to May (spring)

– Price- high (includes, accommodations, meals, and other fees)

– Restricted permits- Yes. (Minimum of two trekkers accompanied by licensed guide and porter) Permit costs $500 for ten days and $50 for each day after that.

– Trekking difficulty- Easy/ Moderate (level 1)

– Remoteness- very remote

– Accommodation- Hotels and Guest houses

– Accessibility in winter- December to January

dolpo-trek

10. Upper Dolpo Trek

The beautiful Dolpo region is situated between the Dhaulagiri region and the plateau of Tibet. The region was closed for trekkers up until the 1980s, that is why the beauty and the wilderness of the region are still well preserved. Upper Dolpo welcomes around 2000 trekkers per year. It can be your escape from the commercial trekking regions and treks. During the 22 days long trek, we will visit the serene Phoksundo Lake (3,600m), cross some high passes of Himalayans, pay a visit to the Shey Gompa Monastery, and Jhunphal.

It is not only an adventure trek but also a cultural trek. You will be able to witness the centuries old tradition and lifestyle of the Himalayan people who primarily follow on (nature) religion. During the trek, you will see the Tibetan style villages and houses and beautiful peaks Putha Hiunchuli (7,249m), Mukot Himal (6,639m), Araniko Chuli (6,034m) among others.

Highlights of Upper Dolpo Trek

– Tranquil Shey Phoksundo Lake (3,600m)

– Historic Shey Gomba Monastery

– Beautiful view of Kanjirowa Mountain range

– Unique culture of ancient Himalayan people

Drawbacks of Upper Dolpo Trek

– Very remote and secluded region

– Very long and not very economic

Trek Trivia

– Maximum elevation: 5,250m (Kang La Pass)

– Duration- 22 days

– Best time- October to November (autumn) and March to May (spring)

– Price- High (includes, accommodations, meals and other fees)

– Restricted permits- Yes. (Minimum of two trekkers accompanied by licensed guide and porter) Permit costs $500 for ten days and $50 for each day after that.

– Trekking difficulty- Medium difficulty (level 3)

– Remoteness- Very remote

– Accommodation- Camping

– Accessibility in winter- Not advised. Crossing Kang La Pass is not feasible

Dolpo Trek

11. Kanchenjunga Trek

Kanchenjunga is the third highest peak in the world standing tall at the altitude of 8,586m. it is situated in the border of north eastern Nepal and Sikkim of India. Kanchenjunga trek is very popular although climbing the summit is very much dangerous. It offers impeccable experience to the remote territories of the eastern Himalayans. It also offers the chance to explore the unexplored floras and faunas in wildly assorted landscapes.

Kanchenjunga trek offers us with phenomenal view of the Kanchenjunga, Mt. Everest and Makalu. Kanchenjunga trek incorporates very remote and unexplored regions of Nepal, wonderful towns and Sherpa villages.

Highlights of Kanchenjunga Trek

– Kanchenjunga Base Camp

– Yalung Ri Base Camp

– View of Everest, Kanchenjunga, and Makalu

– Mirgin La Pass and Lapsang La Pass (5,160m)

– Sherpa, Rai and Limbu villages

Drawbacks of Kanchenjunga

– Transportation to and from Kanchenjunga takes very long (3-4 days)

Trek Trivia

– Maximum elevation: 5,160m (Lapsang Pass)

– Duration- 20 days

– Best time- October to November (autumn) and March to May (spring)

– Price- high (includes, accommodations, meals, and other fees)

– Restricted permits- Yes. (Minimum of two trekkers accompanied by licensed guide and porter) Permit costs $10 per person each week.

– Trekking difficulty- Easy/ Moderate (level 1)

– Remoteness- very remote

– Accommodation- Camping

– Accessibility in winter- Not advised (very cold and remote)

Manaslu Circuit Trek

12. Makalu Base Camp

Makalu is the fifth tallest peak in the world situated in the eastern Himalayan range of Nepal standing tall at 8,463m. It is situated just 15 miles away from Mt. Everest (8,848m). Situated on the border of Nepal and Tibet, a trek to Makalu Base Camp provides you with the stunning view of Mt. Makalu, Everest, and Kanchenjunga along with others. It will also take you to the mystical Barun and Arun Valley.

The trek is suitable for adventure seeking trekkers and also for those trekkers who are seeking for a region and route that is not very commercial.

Highlights of Makalu Trek

– Secluded and unscathed trek route

– Beautiful mountain sceneries

– 100% adventurous trek

Drawbacks of Makalu Trek

– Same trek for going up and down

– Secluded route and region

Trek Trivia

– Maximum elevation: 3,810m (Dhhamkar)

– Duration- 17 days

– Best time- October to November (autumn) and March to May (spring)

– Price-High (includes, accommodations, meals and other fees)

– Restricted permits- Yes. (Minimum of two trekkers accompanied by licensed guide and porter) Permit costs $10 for a month and $20 for each day after that.

– Trekking difficulty- Hard (level 4)

– Remoteness- very remote

– Accommodation- Camping

– Accessibility in winter- December to January (Not Advised)

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13. Renjo La Pass Trek

Renjo La Pass trek is for those individuals who are looking for unmatched adventure at the footsteps of the Himalayans. From Renjo La Pass (5,417m), one can have the most spectacular view of the mountains of the eastern region including Everest, Kanchenjunga, and Makalu. You can also have the amazing view of the Island Peak (6,189m) and also climb it as it doesn’t require many technicalities.

Renjo La Pass serves as an opportunity to not only view some of the highest peaks in the world but also witness the famed Sherpa culture, and Ngozomba Glacier, which is the biggest glacier in the region. We will also pass through a region that was an ancient trade hub between Nepal and Tibet.

Highlights of Renjo La Pass Trek

– Renjo La Pass (5,417m)

– View of Everest, Makalu, Kanchenjunga

– Ngozumba glacier

– Namche Bazaar and Sherpa villages

Drawbacks

– Same trial for going up and coming down

Trek Trivia

– Maximum elevation: 5,417m (Renjo La Pass)

– Duration- 13 days

– Best time- October to November (autumn) and March to May (spring)

– Price-Medium (includes, accommodations, meals and other fees)

– Restricted permits- None

– Trekking difficulty- moderate (level 3)

– Remoteness- remote

– Accommodation- Camping and guest houses

– Accessibility in winter- December to January (Not Advised)

Beautiful Rara Lake Trek

14. Rara Lake Trekking

Rara Lake is one of the most picturesque and serene lakes in the whole world. Isolated and secluded until a few decades ago, Rara lake now is one of the most famous and happening trekking destinations in Nepal. Along with the deepest fresh water lake of the Himalayans, the view of the mountains guarding it and their reflections on the lake is the major attraction of this trek. During the trek, we will also visit Rara National Park and explore an assortment of rare floras and faunas of the region.

If you are looking for a trek route and region that is not highly commercialized and is not packed with tourists, trek to Rara Lake and Rara National Park is ideal for you. This off-beaten trekking trail welcomes you to the scenery of beautiful mountains, lakes, and landscapes.

Highlights of Rara National Park

– Rara Lake (2,920m)

– Rara National Park

– Himalayan Black Beer, Musk Deer, Red Panda

– North western Himalayans

– Mugu Karnali Gorge

Drawbacks of Rara Trek

– Same route for going and returning

– Takes a long time for transportation

– Isolated route

Trek Trivia

– Maximum elevation: 2,290m

– Duration- 16 days

– Best time- October to November (autumn) and March to May (spring)

– Price-Cheap (includes, accommodations, meals and other fees)

– Restricted permits- None.

– Trekking difficulty- Moderate (Level 2)

– Remoteness- remote

– Accommodation- Lodges and guesthouses

– Accessibility in winter- December to January

indigenous-people-trail

15. Indigenous People Trail

Indigenous people trail is country’s one of the newest trekking trials. This trek is suitable for those who do not want to go to very secluded regions and the Himalayans yet. It is also economic and doesn’t take a long time. Located on the eastern side of Kathmandu, this trial provides the beautiful view of high hills, distant mountains and dwindling white rivers. Although it has close proximity to the capital, the route isn’t yet highly commercialized and serves as a perfect getaway.

This trek also serves as a cultural trek as we will see the culture and lifestyle of one of a unique indigenous ethnicity of Nepal, the indigenous people.

Highlights of the trek

– Witnessing multi culture

– Breathtaking Himalayan and mid-Hill Panoramas

– Trekking of lush green hills

– Dwindling white rivers

Drawbacks of Indigenous people trail

– None

Trek Trivia

– Maximum elevation: 3,146m (Sailung)

– Duration- 8 days

– Best time- October to November (autumn) and March to May (spring)

– Price- Low (includes, accommodations, meals and other fees)

– Restricted permits- None

– Trekking difficulty- Easy (level 10)

– Remoteness- remote

– Accommodation- Homestay and Community lodges

– Accessibility in winter- December to January

Conclusion

These are the most popular and best treks in Nepal. We hope the article gives you ideas about different treks and what they offer.

If you are planning to trek to Nepal and looking for a travel agency to arrange your trip, feel free to contact us via our contact page. We can help you customize your trip and plan itinerary as per your needs.

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