Trekking in Nepal

Trekking in Nepal is for exploring the soaring non-stop Himalayas, traverse through countryside exploring splendid beauties, remote valleys, panoramic hills, scaling of the roof of the world, and equally savoring the splendor of monasteries, temples, beautiful villages settled by various ethnic castes and creeds who bejewel with distinct rituals, language, customs and lifestyles, exploring the fabulous local festivals and festivities, mountain pinnacles, mountain passes, terraced farmed field, and also encounter numerous of Nepalese facets and lives and more.

When comes trekking in Nepal in mind, many travelers visualize that ‘The Soaring Himalayas’. One of the main reasons why travelers come to Nepal mostly is to explore the soaring Himalayas. It is no doubt that Nepal proudly claims of having non-stop Himalayan chain right from north to the south stretching all across 800 km and has 8 out of world’s 14 highest Himalayas above 8,000 meters. The world’s highest mountains above 8,000 meters in Nepal are Mt. Everest (8,848 m), Kanchanjunga (8,586 m), Lhotse (8,516 m), Makalu (8,463 m) Cho Oyu (8,201 m), Dhaulagiri (8,167 m), Manaslu (8,163 m), Annapurna (8,091 m), besides these over 8000 meter Himalayas, Nepal also is home to over 1300 Himalayas above 6,000 and approximately 2,500 Himalayas above 5,000 meters enfolded with lofty snow. These Himalayas has made Nepal to be splendid country to have trekking and explore its Himalayas. Out of all the available Himalayas, the government has for far opened and granted the complete  permission for about 400 peaks only including world’s highest mountains as well as explored and well-devised the itineraries in Nepal. This is therefore why Nepal is a splendid country for trekking and spending holiday trip with much thrilled and fond.

The trekking no doubt is one of the best ways to explore and savor the such splendid Himalayan beauties of Nepal, as you traverse through countryside, remote valleys, panoramic hills and scale on the roof of the world. In between, you will undoubted encounter numerous of Buddhist monasteries, temples, beautiful villages settled by various ethnic castes and creeds who bejewel with distinct rituals, language, customs and lifestyles, whereby you will also have an opportunity to explore the fabulous local festivals and festivities, mountain pinnacles, mountain passes, terraced farmed field, and also encounter numerous of Nepalese facets and lives. You will be amazed almost every single day with such splendid environment, incredible sceneries, amazing magnificence of the Himalayas whether you trek on foot by rugged path or have mountain flight, amusing are everywhere. The innocent smiles and warm hospitality, the luscious local dishes and delicacies offered by the local communities make you feel, you are at home away home.

Whether you are trekking for the first time or the frequent trekkers in Nepal, you will have adventure everywhere every-time and every time you trek at any part of the country. The scenic beauty, incredible landscapes, diverse flora and fauna, superb up close sceneries of the mountains, all offer you full of fond, thrill and lifetime experience. Therefore, trekking in Nepal is not just a day to day walk, but an exploration of serene terrain, distinct settlement, spectacular landscapes, rich culture and customs of local people, savoring of panoramic views of majestic Himalayas. Footprint Adventure has carefully designed trekking itineraries with enough stoppage for acclimatization further offers you utmost opportunity to explore the beauties of Nepal, Nepalese lifestyles and have full of adventure and achieve your dream of reaching to the highest point of earth and so on. This is therefore why Nepal has been an ultimate dream for many trekkers and travelers from across the world ever since it was opened for the outsiders in 1950s.

You can have trekking at any time or any season of the year, during the winter season, you can trek to the lower altitudes, while in summer you can trek to the higher altitude, while during the  rainy season (monsoon) you can trek in the rain shadow areas in the mid-western region especially in Mustang, Manang and Dolpa. Therefore, the trekking in Nepal is the sport of all season.

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Everest Trekking

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Annapurna Trekking

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Langtang Trekking

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Newly Open Trekking

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Restricted Area Trekking

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Manaslu Trekking

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