Trekking General Info

Trekking Peaks

Trekking Peak is a more challenging mode of trekking that requires technical equipments, such as climbing gear, climbing experience and good physical fitness. There are currently 33 trekking peaks, all under 7000m, opened for climbing and the most popular are Island Peak and Mera Peak both in the Everest region, nevertheless others are not of the least excitement and adventure. The taste of challenge and accomplishment,  the panaromic views, the untouched and the neverfelt environment all add up to make your trek meaningful and wonderful.

Peak Permit is required.


Trekking is by far the most admired attraction in Nepal, it’s grace has attracted people from far far away regardless of social status, race, gender, age and any other factors that we might conscider. Moreover, it has been the most profolic means of getting into the wilderness and understanding the culture and tradition of local people in Nepal. Many trekkers arrive each year to do different trek routes among many contrasting ones. Imagine, walking in the emerald landscapes through snow covered trails, tropical forests, across fast flowing streams and rivers, camping out on the green plains in the foothills of the great mountains, an unforgetable life time experience.

Most of the trekking regions offer well organized teahouses along the trails, however others have only the option of camping treks. Nevertheless, those regions are everchanging with the overflowing tourists. Therefore, currently, trekkers planning to start their trekking other than in the Everest and Annapurna regions require camping gear and the support team for assistance through out the trek,  but the good news is that trekkers can have wonderful experience of the pure wilderness.

TIMS Card is required.

Best time for trekking

  • Sept  to Dec
  • Feb  to May