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Trekking in Nepal is the most popular and unique experiences for adventure lovers. Eight of the top ten most prominent summits are here in Nepal, as well as some stunning landscapes that can only be reached by foot. Nepal is a beautiful destination for travelers who want to see the Himalayas and other stunning landscapes. Many tourists travel to Nepal for adventure trekking and day tours. They also visit expeditions and mountaineering. In 1960, Col Jimmy Robert organized the first Nepali commercial trekking.

The most popular activity here in Nepal is adventure trekking. Every year, thousands of tourists travel to Nepal for trekking in the Himalayas.

Trekking is the most popular activity in Nepal, and travelers will be bombarded on the streets of Kathmandu and the trekking hub, Pokhara, with guides, organized tours and gear for sale or rent. There are many options to choose from, so people of all ages and abilities can attempt trekking in Nepal. You could spend a whole year planning an expedition to remote and high-altitude places, but you could also just arrive in Kathmandu and start the trek in a matter days.

It is possible to trek in Nepal without being alone, despite what some may think. Travelers will find that hundreds of locals pass through the treks each day, carrying food, water, and other necessities back to their villages. Trekkers can rest and recuperate in the teahouses and villages that are regularly dotted. As one treks up the hills, you can witness the strong culture and unreserved friendliness displayed by the Nepalese.

Trekking Routes in Nepal, like all other treks, require you to have some basic gear. This will help you make your trek a success. You will find different packing lists depending on the difficulty level and altitude of the trek. The packing lists can be found in the relevant trekking packages.

The best time to trek is between March and June, and September to December. Clear skies, stunning views of the Himalayas and warm days will reward you with the best trekking experience. It lasts until April and May. From June to August, the Monsoon season starts. A second season, September, lasts from October to November. It is then that the winter starts and even moderate trekkers can become adventurous. Clear weather is a blessing, and it offers breathtaking views. Even December and January can be trekking months in Nepal.

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