Nepal is well-known destination for trekkers around the globe. 800 miles of the Himalayan Range that run from east to the west bordering China to the north offer trekkers the best walking pleasure through the wonderful mid-hill villages of Nepal. Each trek in Nepal caters unique and exceptional cultural experiences and traverses through lush vegetation and unparallel beauty of nature.
Here we have the list of five most fascinating trekking trails of Nepal, which have assessed safe to trek. All these trails are unharmed and are ready as before to cater the holiday of the lifetime to all the travelers who enjoy walking through the most beautiful terrains of the nature.
Here we have the list that can be trodden by the trek lovers during Autumn 2015
Everest Base Camp Trek leads you to the base camp of the world’s highest peak Mt. Everest at the elevation of 5357m. Starting from an incredible flight to Lukla until stepping your feet at Kalapatthar 5545m to witness the highest peak of the world Everest along with Cho Oyu, Lhotse, Ama Dablam and many more, this moderately challenging trek will keep you surprising through the entire trail. You will be encountering the diverse floras and faunas, landscapes and Himalayan culture and many more throughout the trek.
The trek has been assessed safe by the officials of Sagarmatha National Park, Nepal Tourism Board and Government of Nepal. Most of the teahouses in the region are declared safe and few of them, which suffered minor losses have started renovation and will be completely renovated before the peak trekking season (Autumn) begins.
Dhaulagiri Circuit Trek is one of the most beautiful offbeat trekking adventures in Nepal. The Base Camp of Dhaulagiri where trekkers can literally touch the base of this royal Mountain is incredible experience. Traversing through the French Col 5300m to the Hidden Valley 5100m is one of the most fascinating experiences catered during any trekking holiday across the globe. Diverse culture and green dense forests takes this trek to a new level, which is truly adventurous enough to remember the rest of the life.
Poonhill Ghorepani is one of the easy treks designed to those trekkers who want to feel the experiences of trekking but do not want to go extreme. This trek comprises a few days walk guiding you to the maximum elevation of 3210m at Ghorepani. Following the rhododendron forest through Annapurna Conservation Area Project and encountering Brave Gurkhas on the trails, this trek leads you to Poonhill from where you will witness the breathtaking mountains and sunrise view.
Dolpo a land nestles in the lap of Dhaulagiri and Churen Himal Ranges in the east and south and Jumla district lies in the west. Dolpo has one of the highest human settlements on earth, filled with ancient culture nomadic lifestyles and centuries old monasteries. Most part of the Dolpo Region is covered by Shey Phoksumdo National Park catering a variety of trekking routes and cultural displays. This is one of few areas where pre-Buddhist Bon Po religion is still practiced and it is a fascinating and difficult part country to travel in. If you really accept the challenge of walking through the most tough and least connected trails of Nepal- Go for upper Dolpo Trek, we guarantee you will fall in love with Nepal’s cultural and natural diversity.
Jumla – Rara Lake Trek is an opportunity to experience ancient nomadic Nepali culture, elite beauty of the wilderness and one of spectacular lakes, “Rara” situated at 3062 meters. Alpine meadows and forests of pine, juniper and spruce surround this beautiful lake, and the background is blessed with the view of magnificent snow-capped peaks of the Himalayas. The entire route is ‘off the beaten trail’ which involves the crossing of Ghurchi Lagna pass at 3450m on the way to Rara Lake and a few ridges at around 3000 meters.
Dhaulagiri Circuit Trek, Poonhill Ghorepani Trek, Upper Dolpo Trek and Jumla Rara Trek are all the trekking adventures of western Nepal, which are not at all affected by the quake. 17 Districts out of 75 were affected in different degrees by the quake 25/04. All above mentioned treks lie nowhere close to the affected districts. Additionally the Government Officials of respective trekking regions have declared these trekking adventures absolutely safe.
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