Trekking in Nepal

Nepal Trip Grading

Nepal offers a wide range of hiking and adventure experiences, from simple to tough. It is vital to gather internationally acknowledged hiking and adventure information on Nepal. Nepal is a traveler's and adventurer's dream. A journey to Nepal should be on your bucket list regardless of your level of fitness or expertise. Based on your experience, we've created a trip rating to help you locate the right vacation.

The trips we offer are graded according to difficulty, length, and elevation reached.

Easy or leisurely

Easy trips are usually suitable for anyone in good health of all ages with no previous multi-day walking experience. The easy tour or trekking in Nepal does not include any difficult climbs or ascents to high altitudes, but it does include some driving and is suitable for most people for a week walking in the Himalaya.

  • Low Level of Fitness
  • Previous experience is not required. Those who did not have previous experience but an interest in easy walking in the mountains
  • No Technical
  • Altitudes range from 2000 meters (6,500 feet) to 3500 meters (11483 feet).
  • Duration: 2-5 days

Moderate or Medium

Moderate trips are for more active travelers. Trekking requires about 7 hours of walking per day, with an elevation gain of about 1000 feet on occasion.Travelers with some previous mountain-walking experience can go for medium-hard or moderate trips in the Himalayas. In general, moderate-level trips involve ascending to altitudes ranging from 4,500 to 5,500 meters.

  • Previous hiking or camping experience is preferred on these trips.
  • Medium Fitness Level: Those with a moderate level of physical fitness who want to spend 1-2 weeks in the mountains.
  • There are no technicalities, just steep hilly terrain on typically rough trails.
  • Altitudes of up to 5500 m (18,044 ft) and ascent rates of 500-700 m per day are possible.
  • Duration: 10-12 days of travel and approximately 7 hours of walking

Strenuous or Hard

Previous camping and hiking experience is strongly recommended for these strenuous trips. To cross the mountain passes, we should be in good physical shape, good health, and good physical condition.Travelers seeking real adventures should try such trips. A hard or strenuous trek involves some steep ascents to high altitudes (more than 5,000 meters) with the possibility of rope-assisted climbing. Trekkers will also need strong stamina to complete one of these wild treks that may last for more than two weeks, up to 25 days.

  • Previous trekking experience, physical fitness, and a positive attitude are essential.
  • An above-average level of fitness is required for those who are looking for a challenging experience physically and technically and have an above-average level of physical fitness.
  • steep hilly terrain with rough trails and a few high passes.glaciers, snow crossings, remote environments, and technical We sometimes have to use ropes, crampons, and an ice ax along the way.
  • Up to 5500 m (18,044 ft), or about 800 m of altitude gain per day
  • Duration is from 2 weeks to 16 days, and the walk takes about 7 hours.

Difficult or challenging

Trekking, camping, or peak climbing with camping nights are difficult and challenging levels of trips for true adventurers. Hiking at altitudes up to 17,000 feet will often be strenuous, with substantial elevation gains and descents. These trips are recommended for people who are in excellent physical condition and who, at the same time, want a true adventure on their holiday. Some of these trips also offer the opportunity to climb peaks as high as 20,000 feet in moderate technical snow climbing difficulty. Previous climbing experience is necessary for the optional parts of these trips.