Trekking in Nepal

Trekking in Nepal Will take you between 1,000m to 4,000m

Peak Climbing

peak climbing in Nepal Nepal is exceptionally popular with mountaineers for good reason.

Nepal Expedition

Nepal Expedition With eight of the highest peaks in the world.

Trekking in Everest Region

World highest peak Mt. Everest (8848 meter)

The Everest region has attracted climbing and trekking enthusiasts since the mountain itself was ‘broken’ by Norgay and Hillary in their historic 1953 ascent. The region is famous for the highest peaks in the world, but also for the legendary hospitality provided by the Sherpa people who inhait this region. The area was given UNESCO Natural World Heritage status in 1979, and is protected by the presence of a national park named Sagarmatha – the local name for Everest.

The park is full of tough terrain, river gorges, glaciers and enormous rock formations. Spread over an area of 1,148 sq km, the park is home to musk deer, the red-billed chough, the impeyan pheasant, the blood pheasant and the yellow-billed chough. But of course, the main attraction of this region is Mount Everest, which at 8,848m is the highest peak in the world. Less well known but just as impressive are two other eight-thousanders, Cho-Oyu an Lhotse.

There are a range of trekking options in the area, designed to fit all budgets, timeframes and levels of ability. From all of them, you can see Mount Everest. The best time to travel is between October and May.

  • Everest Base Camp trek

    On our classic Everest Base Camp trek, you’ll traverse vast glaciers and razor-like ridgelines to stand face-to-face with the Khumbu Ice Fall located at Base Camp itself.

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  • Everest Chola Pass trek

    There are teahouses present at regular intervals along the route, though, and so there will be ample opportunity to catch your breath and take in the scenery before continuing.

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  • Everest Gokyo Lake Trek

    This trek is often looked upon as the alternative Everest Base Camp trek, and offers wonderful views of the region’s peaks, as well as the stunning Ngozumpa Glacier – the largest in Nepal.

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  • Everest Panorama trek

    This route is perfect for those short on time, as well as for novices – if you want to experience the region but haven’t been backpacking or trekking before, then this route is for you.

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  • Gokyo Valley via Renjo Pass trek

    This is without doubt one of the most stunning mountain areas on the planet. The short route enables trekkers to discover the best elements of Nepal’s mountain regions, without having to give too much time.

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  • Everest Trek via Jiri

    Everest Trek via Jiri serves as a great introduction to Sherpa country and its culture, and will guarantee great mountain views.

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