Trekking in Nepal
Trekking in Nepal is the most popularly sought activities. Thousands of Tourists from all around the world come to Nepal as an ultimate destination for trekking – an adventure holidays from easy to challenging base camp treks. In other words, Nepal is a trekking paradise as her varied terrain offers some of the most spectacular scenery in the world.
We Sky Lark Treks and Expedition developed a trip grading system to help you match your level of fitness and aspirations with a trip that will complement both. If you’ve never trekked before,
we recommend that you not be overly ambitious. Try a short trek and see if you enjoy it. That said, we acknowledge that trekking experience counts less than your motivation and physical condition.
If you really want to get to Everest base camp, and are fit enough to do so, you’ll get there. Good health and spirit of adventure will carry you far. A complete dossier on your trek will be sent after we receive your initial deposit and booking confirmation.
If you are uncertain which trek is best for you, we strongly recommend requesting complete trek dossiers before you book. The descriptions below are meant to serve as a rough guide only.
Trip grade are based on length, altitude, and remoteness, walking conditions, weather and other factors. It is impossible to be precise about how hard a trek is grading provides a way for you to compare different treks. Remember that all trekking makes some physical demands. Don’t expect that because a trek is graded easy you will never feel tired.
|I||Ghorepani Poon Hill, Sikkles, Mustang,||Anyone who is in good health and fit enough to enjoy a good weekend hill walk can manage an easy treks are short in duration and at lower altitudes, often they are optional , giving a chance of a rest day. You would normally walk for 4 to 5 hours during the day.|
|II||Annapurna Base Camp and Everest Base Camp||A trek could be graded II either as fairly easy medium – duration walk, or as a harder, shorter walk. Some walking at higher altitude and the occasional longer or more difficult day may be involved, but generally conditions underfoot will be fair. A walking day would normally be between 5 to 8 hours long and no experience is necessary.|
|III||Manaslu Circuit, Tsum Valley,Langtang Valley and Helambu Valley||Most“ grade II treks are equivalent to extended walking in mountainous terrain at home, but usually at significantly higher altitudes; climate and remoteness can also play a part. Walking days are usually between 6 to 8 hours although there may be some longer days for pass-crossing or similar. Previous trekking experience is desirable but not essential if you are confident of your physical condition.|
|IV||Upper Dolpa,Dhaulagiri Circuit,Rolwaling Valley with Tashilaptsa Pass,Mera Peak with Amphulaptsa Pass and Everest Theer pass||
At this level we recommend previous experience of trekking , preferably at altitude, and you need complete confidence in your physical condition and your ability to trek for many days without a break and be able to cope with difficult underfoot terrain such as scree,
|V||All Trekking peaks||Snow or difficult paths on steep mountain sides. Extremes of altitude and weather may also be encountered, and on some treks it may be necessary to use ice axe and crampons. Stamina is very important, as walking days can be from 6 to 9 hours or even longer on pass- crossing days.|
It is significant to explain here the grade of trips may very seasonally as ground conditions change. If the information of gradation is physically sharply important for you, please inquire us to know season wise gradation.