The most beautiful trekking climbing route in Nepal



Do you want to know the top of the best Nepal trekking climbing routes?

Although it is a small country, Nepal is located in the center of the Himalayas to 8 out of 14 mountains over 8,000m high. Where the highest mountains in the world reign, head to Everest Base Camp and there are other great options for adventure amid towering peaks.

Here we summarize the top treks in Nepal, which do not require climbing techniques, which are classified according to popularity and other criteria such as number of trek days, difficulty level, plus points and minus points. for your reference.

Let’s take a look at the most beautiful places we consider in Nepal.

  1. EVEREST BASE CAMP TREK

Everest Base Camp Trek is probably one of the most popular trekking in the Himalayas of all time.

This trekking journey not only sees the highest Mount Everest in the world but also other impressive peaks such as Cho Oyu (8,201m), Lhotse (8,561m) over 8,000m. In addition, although the height is not impressive, other peaks are equally attractive as Ama Dablam, Pumori, Nuptse … all soaring in the clouds will make you overwhelmed in these 11 days trek.

With well-maintained roads, the motel is quite comfortable, with hot cappuccino coffee and aromatic French bakery with beautiful mountain views. Unsurprisingly, Everest Base Camp trek is part of many Nepal’s tourist plans.

You can trek this route from September to June. Although the weather is quite cold from December to January, but perhaps this time is the rare time you can take an empty route for yourself.

  1. ANNAPURNA CIRCUIT TREK

The Annapurna Circuit has long been a classic nepal trekking palace, offering diverse cultural experiences and beautiful views. This hiking palace has comfortable facilities and well-preserved terrain.

The way along the valley, through terraced fields, to the jungle and high Tibetan villages. After crossing Thorung La Pass (5,416m) across the pass, a semi-desert area of ​​Mustang appeared ahead. You will see Annapurna from all angles.

  1. ANNAPURNA BASE CAMP TREK
    Climbing Annapurna Base Camp is the shortest nepal trekking path to the icy heart of the Himalayas surrounding the four sides. Facing the most dangerous mountain in the world to conquer – Annapurna I (8,091m) will make you choke.

In addition to the beautiful mountain scenery, the trek offers terrain that varies from pine forests, azaleas to glacier valleys. You will see Mount Machapuchare (6,993m) known by locals as “Fish Tail”, a sacred peak not allowed to climb.