Wondering what is the greatest Treks in the Himalayas? The place with the highest mountains in the world, most of the pedestrians go straight to Everest Base Camp and meanwhile, it is a great choice, adventure opportunities abound among the peaks of the Himalayas Leshan with over 100m or 24000 faeet.
Here is a quick summary of 15 wonderful trips from Bhutan to India starting from Nepal.
Nepal is located in the middle of the Himalayas and while it is a small country, it has 8 of 14 mountains in the world over 8000m.
1: Base camp Everest
This must be our all-time favorite trip in the Himalayas. The wonderful scenery of Everest, a beautiful trail, excellent teahouses to stay in and the almost constant view of some of the world’s highest peaks will keep you on your attention during the 11-day trip. The trail ends at Everest Base Camp, where you can look straight up at Khumbu Glacier’s ice waterfall towards Mount Everest, which is still over 3500 meters taller than you. On the way, you will see 3 of the 10 highest peaks in the world, apart from Everest, there is Cho Oyu (8201m / 26,906ft) and Lhotse (8,516m / 27,940ft). Also spectacular though not as tall as Pumori’s ice-filled walls (7,161m / 23,494ft) and Ama Dablam (6,812m / 22,349ft). Trekking can be from September to June and although it is cold in December and January, this may be once a year you may find solitude.
2: Poon Hill and Annapurna Base Camp
These are really two treks that can be done separately or together. Like trek Everest Base Camp, this place offers a great trail and excellent tea house accommodation for those looking for a bit of comfort. If you have only four or five days, the trip to Poon Hill is one of the best short trips in the Himalayas and offers great views near Annapurna. If you have a little more time, make the journey to Annapurna Base Camp in the famous Annapurna Reserve, where you can see the wonderful view of the south Annapurna I (8,091 m / 26,538 ft) 10th highest in the world. The base camp access route provides excellent views of the glacier and the beautiful cliff face of Machapuchare (6,993m / 22,943ft) is called the Fish Tail Tail by the locals or Matterhorn of Asia. climbing mountant man.
3: Manaslu circuit
Manaslu Trek is a tea house trip from 14 to 16 days, surrounding the 8th world peak. In recent years, tea shops and trails have improved and the trip quickly became a popular alternative to Annapurna Circuit. The total number of visitors in the past few years is around 2000, most coming in October. This is one of Nepal’s great trips and it helps you stay away from the crowd at the same time. The trip is still in a restricted area meaning a $ 50 per week fee is charged for pedestrians.
4: Trip to Makalu campus camp
It climbed a 16-day walk to Makalu base camp (8463m), the fifth highest peak in the world. Unlike the trips mentioned so far, this is not a tea house trip and it requires camping. The trip starts at 435m and thus passes through a series of environments when it goes to the Barun Valley to the Makalu base camp. It was a real wild experience with some final remnants of pristine forests and beautiful alpine meadows.
5: Trek Mustang Upper
Upper Mustang Trek highlights Nepal’s desert beauty and ancient Tibetan culture. The trip lasts 18 days north from Jomsom on the far side of the Annapurna range. A special license is required to enter the area and the trek needs to be arranged as a combined teahouse and camping trek. Very few tourists (maybe 1000 every year) make the journey to see this remote part of Nepal. Some of the highlights of the trip include the Forbidden Citadel and the ancient monasteries and caves. The dry mountain landscape that looks similar to Ladakh in India is followed by other trips in Nepal.