Trekking Grade in Nepal
Trekking Grade in Nepal
Nepal trekking is one of the interesting and a unique experience of Himalayan treks there are four major trekking grades you can find in Nepal. Before booking trekking package in Nepal, It is necessary you have to know about trekking destination and its difficulty, before departing to trekking in Nepal. On the contest of Nepal there are four type of Trekking package you can find in Nepal, We declared the given trekking grade of Nepal according to the climate, altitude, and environment of the trekking regions of Nepal. There are four major trekking grades that you can arrange treks in Nepal such as backpacking, tea house treks, camping treks, self arranged treks and treks arranged through a Guide. You can choose trekking type also which is suitable for your physical fitness before departing to trekking in Nepal. It’s important to match your fitness level for your suitability.
Easy Trekking in Nepal
We proudly inform the Nepal traveler about Easy trekking in Himalayan region Nepal. There are plenty of ups and downs on well-maintained easy trekking trails of Nepal. Easy trekking type of trip is best suited for those who lead a reasonably active life. Easy trek takes grade indicates that you have to walking for only four to six hrs per day. It depends on your walking speed. Most of the easy trekking trips are not necessary to hike higher than 2700 meters. Easy trekking trips usually consist of around three to seven days of camping or tea house trekking in nepal. Most of the trekkers will require only minimal preparation for easy treks in Himalayan foot hills of Nepal. Trekkers who have not any previous trekking experience, we offer a diverse range of easy treks in Nepal. Easy Trekking is suitable for everyone. Visit Nepal once in life time and enjoy its natural beauty yourself. Culture experiences and historic sites are the main focus of these trips.
Moderate Trekking in Nepal
Moderate trekking in Nepal you have to walking in Himalayan foot hills five to seven hrs per day. Most of the moderate trekking trips are not necessary to hike higher than 5000 meters. Moderate trekking trips usually consist of around five to ten days of camping or tea house trekking. Paths are always well defined, but we will be spending time at altitudes above 3000 meters and we reach the 5000 meters sometimes of the route. If you are not particularly active, regular pre–trip exercise is strongly recommended for all of the moderate trekking packages in Nepal.
Strenuous Trekking in Nepal
Strenuous Trekking in Nepal should only be undertaken by those with some previous mountain walking experience. They ascend to altitudes of up to 5500m and involve some steep climbing, although it is necessary to use ropes. Treks at Strenuous level can be arranged for periods of three week duration and could be longer. Strenuous Trekking trails are sometimes uncharted and away from inhabited areas. In Strenuous trekking period, most of the days we have to spend like moderate trekking. Some of the trekking days are unavoidably, slightly difficult and longer. You have to walk Six to eight hours with longer ascents, the scramble on an exposed ridge and rough condition. Good level of fitness is highly recommended for Strenuous Trekking tour in Nepal.
Challenging Trekking in Nepal
Challenging Trekking packages nepal are generally longer and more strenuous with long ascents & descents, steep gradients, rough ground, some backpacking. Mountain walking experience, high standard of physical fitness and stamina are essential to get success for Challenging Trekking in Nepal. Challenging treks are best described as Alpine, and suitable for those in excellent health and physical fitness, capable of carrying a backpack, when necessary. Challenging trek covers remote areas of Nepal, traveling over snow-capped passes at altitudes of up to 6500m.You have to walk in Himalayan region up to eight hrs everyday during challenging trekking period. Most of the challenging treks are fully supported; you have to stay overnight at about above 4000meters.