8. 7. 2014
Best Treks of Himalayas in Nepal
Home to the world's most elevated mountains most trekkers set out straight toward Everest Base Camp and keeping in mind that it's an incredible alternative the open doors for experience proliferate among the pinnacles of the Himalayas of which more than 100 surpass 7000m or 24000 feet.
#1: Everest Base Camp
This must be our untouched most loved trek in Himalayas. Incredible perspectives of Everest, a great trail, magnificent tea houses to remain in and practically constant perspectives of a portion of the tallest tops on the planet will keep your consideration amid what is normally a 11 day trek. The trail closes at Everest Base Camp where you can look straightforwardly into the ice fall of the Khumbu Glacier towards the pinnacle of Everest which is as yet a noteworthy 3500m above you. In transit you will see 3 of the universes 10 tallest pinnacles which asides from Everest additionally incorporate Cho Oyu (8201m/26,906ft) and Lhotse (8,516m/27,940ft). Similarly as fabulous despite the fact that not as tall are the ice loaded dividers of Pumori (7,161m/23,494ft) and Ama Dablam (6,812m/22,349ft). Trekking is conceivable from September to June and despite the fact that it's icy in December and January its most likely one time of year you can discover isolation.
#2: Poon Hill and the Annapurna Base Camp
This is truly two treks that should either be possible independently or together. Like the Everest Base Camp trek this one offers an extraordinary trail and breathtaking tea house lodging for those searching for a little solace. On the off chance that you have only four or five days the trek to Poon Hill is one of the best short treks in the Himalayas and offers fabulous very close perspectives of Annapurna. On the off chance that you have somewhat more time make the voyage to Annapurna Base Camp lying in the celebrated internationally Annapurna Sanctuary where you can see an incredible perspective of the south face of Annapurna I (8,091 m/26,538 ft) the tenth tallest crest on the planet. The course moving toward the base camp gives incredible perspectives of the hanging icy masses and sheer precipice face of Machapuchare (6,993m/22,943ft) referred to locally as "Fish Tail or the Matterhorn of Asia." Fish Tail is sacrosanct to local people and beyond reach to climbers.
#3: Manaslu Circuit
The Manaslu Trek is a 14 to 16 day tea-house trek which surrounds the world's eighth most elevated pinnacle. As of late the tea houses and trail have been enhanced and the trek is rapidly turning into a prevalent contrasting option to the Annapurna Circuit. The aggregate number of guests in the previous couple of years has been around 2000 with most coming in October. This is one of Nepal's awesome treks and it makes tracks in an opposite direction from the group in the meantime. The trek stays in a confined territory implying that a $50 per/week expense is charged to trekkers.
#4: Makalu Base Camp Trek
It's a 16 day trek to the base camp of Makalu (8463m) the universes fifth tallest pinnacle. Not at all like the treks specified so far this is not a tea house trek and it requires sorting out for outdoors. The trek begins from 435m thus transverses through a scope of conditions as it heads up the Barun Valley to the Makalu base camp. It's a genuine wild involvement with a portion of the last remainders of untouched woodlands and wonderful snow capped knolls.
#5: Upper Mustang Trek
The Upper Mustang Trek highlights the betray excellence and antiquated Tibetan societies of Nepal. The 18 day trek travels north from Jomsom on the most distant side of the Annapurna Range. An uncommon allow is expected to enter the range and the trek should be orchestrated as a blend tea house and outdoors trek. Not very many vacationers (perhaps 1000 a year) make the adventure to see this remote piece of Nepal. A portion of the highlights of the trek incorporate the old "Taboo City" and the antiquated cloisters and buckles. The dry rocky scene may appear to be more like Ladakh in India then alternate treks in Nepal.