Nepal for long has been known as a land of Temples, Palaces and
Mountains. The country has a history and it holds legends upon which it
has been standing today. For hundred of years now the Himalayas have
exercised the fascination on the world and for that Nepal has been a
Shangri-La for many poets imagination and many travelers passion.
The mountains north holds eight of the world’s ten highest mountains,
including the highest point on the earth, Mount Everest, called
Sagarmatha in Nepal. It contains 240 peaks over 20,000 ft (6,096 m)
above sea level.
Trekking in Nepal
follows trails that begin as hills of deep green, the incredible masses
of rocks and snow are the unreal and the awe inspiring backdrop, it
then slowly moves to the existence of the mix of culture and the
presence of authenticity. Then slowly, water becomes abundant with
rivers slithering over shiny rocks, mist trickles through ghostly trees,
parrots shriek and the fresh air prickles one’s skin. This is when one
realizes that one is walking along the trail that lies above the heaven
as an assertion of earth’s grandeur.
Amongst many trekking routes in Nepal the Khumbu region of Nepal is one of the best trekking routes in the world.
This is the land of Sherpa people and the world’s great 8,000m peak.
The best way to start the trek is a flight to Lukla and form there on a
few days trek through the rhododendron forest, passing the glacier lake
and the valleys. Every year the famous Mani Rimdu festival of dances is
celebrated here at the monastery of Tyangboche.
Another popular trek in Nepal begins at the lakeside town of Pokhara and
leads six or seven day’s northwest around the Annapurna Range. This
trail will walk you through dramatic changes in landscape, climate and
culture to the high village of Jomsom, near the isolated land of
Just north of Kathmandu is a village where one can experience a mixed
community of Tamang and Sherpa. This is the HelembuValley- a land of
temperate forest and alpine pastures, glacier, lakes and snowy peaks.
On the far eastern border of Nepal Lies Mt. Kanchenjunga. The valley
approaching the mountain base camp has been opened to trekking,
specifically for organized treks. The long trek to the lap of
Kanchenjunga takes one through some of the countries richest and most
pristine forests with splendid view of the snow capped mountains.
Rolwaling trekking is one of Nepal’s finest high mountain valleys west
of the Khumbu. The valley wild, high and lonely is also known as ‘The
Grave’ by the indigenous Sherpa on account of its location. Such, there
are numerous trekking routes in Nepal. Which have all been rated and
classified keeping in mind the difficulties, climate, vegetation,
inhabitants and the geographical settlement.
Since the very beginning of permitting tourist in Nepal, these Trekking
Routes have been awed drawing in every year thousands of adventurist,
sportsmen and prophets. From Himalayan vistas to deeply spiritual
cultures, Nepal is a country that one has to witness by oneself to
experience and to believe. And one dose not has to be a mountaineer to
make it happen.
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