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Nepal is in a league of its own when it comes to trekking. Half of the Himalayas lies here, eight out of 14 world’s tallest peaks are from here only, the topography is diverse, so are the terrains, forests are full of flora and fauna, thundering Himalayan rivers and streams run here; the list can go on and on.

Honestly, Trekking in Nepal is an experience for a lifetime! From comfortable treks to strenuous ones, Nepal has the most amazing trails for all kinds of trekkers. A trekker experiences everything from divine nature, breathtaking mountains to the distinct lovely locals on the trekking trails of here.

 

Trek Difficulties & Grade information

List of Trekking difficulty levels

Easy Trek or Trek for Beginner
In this grade, those who don’t have any experience about trekking and hiking, they can do according to this grade. Everyone can do the easy trek like old, children and family can do easily and get more fun. This belongs to the elevation below the 4000 meters.

Moderate Trek or Demanding Trek
This types of treks are bit challenging for the first time trekkers. It need little hiking as well trekking experience. The usual altitude is below 5600 meters. We need to walk up and down and sometimes higher passes, where we can enjoy the close view of Mountains. For people like older and children, this types of treks are more challenging.
These are called as demanding trek because most of the people are wanting to do. Mostly, all the base camp treks are kept in the moderate trek. Mostly, we have to walk around 4-6 hours per day.

Challenging Treks
These treks are the most adventure trips. High altitude treks need to cross high passes, snow filled ways above 5000 meters up to 60/65000 meters. These are the most difficult trekking routes. It is easier for those people who had done moderate before.
 

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