Nepal is a lovely country and placed in the mighty Himalayan Ranges. This country contains the 8 mountains from 10 of the highest mountains of the globe including highest peak of the globe Mount Everest at the height of 8848 meters above the sea level. These high peaks compel the rock climbers, mountaineers, and other adventure lovers to visit this wonderful country. Among various adventure options, trekking is the most famous in Nepal. Actually, this country is trekker’s paradise, having some of the perfect trekking routes in the globe. Some most famous trekking treks of Nepal are the following.
Dhaulagiri is the seventh highest mountain in the globe which placed towards North West of charming Pokhara City. Dhaulagiri circuit trek is the difficult trek around Mt. Dhaulagiri which involves the crossing of the 2 high passes Dhampus pass (5155m) and French pass (5240m). In this trek you have to walk over glaciers and snow most of the time. Dhaulagiri trek takes you to untraded trekking place which gives the chance to discover the amazing natural attractiveness and cultural sites as well as remarkable mountain landscapes. In the Dhaulagiri trek you can explore the best view of the 2 8000m mountain Dhaulagiri and Annapurna facing each other. The view of the wonderful canyon of River Kali Gandaki between these 2 eight thousand meter mountains attracts every visitor in this area. You can also observe the charming view of the Nilgiri (7061m), Machhapunchhre (6996m), Dhaulagiri, ii, iii, IV, Annapurna II, Dhampus peak during the trek. Along with the natural vistas and scenery of Himalayas, the culture is of the ethnic inhabitants of this region like Thakali, Magar, Gurung etc with their hospitality gives additional pleasure to the trekkers.
The challenging Dhaulagiri circuit trek start from Beni after 5/6 hour drive from the charming Pokhara valley and finishes at Jomsom. You can openly drive to beni from capital city of Nepal too. Then you can follow the river (bank of the Myagdi Khola) and traverse through the green forest with various flora and fauna and birds and wild animals, picturesque Magar and Gurung villages with emerald terraced farm, ever replacing landscapes as well as snow sheltered trail to the Base camp of the Mt. Dhaulagiri lovely sights of the Massif Dhaulagiri. In the rural areas you can explore their culture and lifestyle. From the base camp you go to cross the French pass and enter the secret valley. From the pass you can enjoy the sights of the mountains and charming hidden valley. You can cross the Dhampus pass from the valley and lastly reach the Jomson from where you can take flight to Pokhara. The remarkable season to go for the Manaslu circuit trek is from March to May and August to October.
Kanchenjunga is the 3rd highest of the globe peaks and one of the most remote trekking places in the Himalayas Nepal. Kanchenjunga route trek takes from the south eastern side of the country. This trek is one of the largest mountains in the globe. Kanchenjunga is one of country hidden trekked places and certainly one of its most lovely.
This trek begins from the Kathmandu fly to Sukhetar through Biratnagar. This trek is walking via lush rhododendron forests you go into top alpine land beyond the Gunsa village. A camp established top above this village that gives amazing views of Kanchenjunga south face. Returning to Gunsa you then cross the Lapsung La Pass and move on the Yalung Glacier. This truly is still groping trekking and you must be prepared to take the trail as it comes. But to look up at Kanchenjunga high south face is simply prize enough for your attempts. Retracting your way to Suketar you return to Kathmandu, having becomes of the few who have practiced this amazing and tiny known area of Nepal. This part of trekking place is called as part of Rai (an indigenous group of Nepal) culture and their lifestyle. It becomes best place these days for the trekkers. Many trekkers would like to visit this part.
Chola Pass Trek
Everest circuit trekking is also called as Gokyo Cho la Pass trekking. This is one of the Nepal most popular treks to the Sherpa country and Khumbu Mountains (homeland of Sherpas). After an amazing flight of mountain to Lukla go after the Valley of Dudh Kosi to Namche market. The way to Gokyo is a steady climb up the valley going via patches of rhododendron and birch forests where the subtle musk deer can little bits be seen. Through little yak-grazing ways you can get to Lakes Gokyo where you can climb the Gokyo Ri (top 5356 meters) and take pleasure in lovely summit mountain scenery including Cho Oyo, Makalu and Everest.
After the Cho la Pass, we arrive at Dzongla. The sights of Taweche and Ama Dablam are amazing. After the Zhongla climb, must go towards Gorak shep then climb to Kala Pattar (5545) and Everest base camp (5364m) from where you can enjoy the amazing view of the Everest. You can return through Tengboche, a lovely place with a best monastery, where you can rest and savor the wonderful scenery, including best views of Everest, Lhotse (8511m), Nuptse (7879m), Kwangde (6194m), Kantega (6809m), Ama Dablam (6856m) and many more.
The challenging Cho La pass trek needs a best physical health and acclimatization. Lukla is stunning starting point. In order to reach this point you need to have a little flight to there from capital city of Nepal. Namche Market is also the lovely place. Gokyo valley is the top altitude place in the Sherpa valley, besides the blue lake. Trekkers feel it as the new world and the wonderful panoramas. For more acclimatization, you hike to Gokyo Ri and view the Everest 5 glaciers and lakes. The views of Nuuptse, Makalu, Lhotse, Everest and other mountains make your trek remarkable. The trek to Dzongla is considered as the adventurous walking because you are going to walk on icy, slippery, rocky trail by crossing the Cho La Pass. Then you trek via the traditional way to Gorakshep and continue to Everest Base Camp.