Sherpani Col Pass Trek

Sherpani Col Pass Trek

Nepal Trekking, Remote Area Trek
Trip Introduction: Sherpani Col Pass Trek is one of the highest and the most difficult high-pass treks in the Himalayas. Situated between Everest and Makalu regions, it one of the toughest treks requiring adequate preparation and fitness. We will be required to walk on glaciers, use ice axes, and rely on other gears as well complete this trek. It is perfect for those looking adventurous as well as a challenging trekking route within a safe and pristine region of the Himalayas. Sherpani Col Pass Trek is a challenge trekking enthuisasts dream for! Departing from Kathmandu, we fly east to Tumlingtar. From here, our trekking route takes us to the ridges of Num and subsequently westwards into the uninhabited heartland of the world's most spectacular mountains and passes. Beyond Num we…
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Dhaulagiri Circuit Trek

Dhaulagiri Circuit Trek

Nepal Trekking, Remote Area Trek
Trip Introduction: Dhaulagiri Circuit Trek is the most popular and challenging camping trek in the Annapurna region. It is also commonly called Dhaulagiri Circuit Trek or Dhaulagiri Round Trek. It takes you to the base camp of Mt. Dhaulagiri (8167m). The journey starts from Pokhara driving up to Beni Bazaar. We then trek through low farm lands into lush fertile and finally to the desert-like & treeless valleys of the north. Dhaulagiri Circuit Trek: the route Much of the route is covered with snow and glaciers while crossing the two high passes, French Col pass (5240m) and the Thapa pass (5,155m). This trek offers a lifelong experience walking through Italian Base Camp and Dhaulagiri North base camp. During the trek enjoy the panoramic views of Mt. Dhaulagiri (8167m), the world…
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Makalu Base Camp Trek

Makalu Base Camp Trek

Nepal Trekking, Remote Area Trek
Trip Introduction:Makalu Base Camp Trek takes you to one of the most remote and unfrequented areas in Nepal. Hence, the trail goes along the Arun Koshi and Barun Valley, protected as Nepal's newest national park renowned for its natural beauty and rich biodiversity. Most importantly, the Makalu region offers outstanding and diverse trekking routes in the Himalayas. For instance, a rough trail leads past yak pastures and glaciers to the base of Makalu, also recognized as the world's fifth-highest mountain, located 22 km to the east of Everest and 80 km west of Kangchenjunga.Makalu Base Camp Trek: inviting and full of surprisesThis isolated and remote area of the Makalu has been successful at preserving the country's distinctive culture, flora and fauna. Thus, while trekking, we are greeted with high waterfalls…
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