Dolpo Region Trekking
The Dolpo region covers a vast part of the western zone of Nepal beyond Pokhara. Cut off on all sides by snow-covered passes of over 5000m during the winter months, it is barely accessible even during the summer. A true Shangri-La awaits trekkers who persevere to enter this fairyland of mountains and monasteries. The Phoksundo Lake Trek is a perfect introduction to this Tibetan region, while the High & Wild and Upper & Lower Dolpo Circuit offer a challenge without equal.
Makalu Region Trek
Makalu is the fifth highest mountain in the world with an altitude of 8463m/27,766ft. This is an outstanding trek in the eastern region in Nepal which offers a combination of rich cultural heritage, stunning beauty which is rich in biological diversity.
Camping Trek is a classic style of a trek especially conducted in remote areas supplying for all camping equipment along with food, employee, sherpas, and tents.
Nepal Off the Beaten Trail trek
“An unusual route or destination” that’s what the title off the beaten refers to, which means getting into the wilderness of unusual trekking routes and exploring many things that haven’t done before.
While the fall season may have the clearest skies, trekking during the monsoon (from mid-June, through July, August, to early September) has its own advantages. Some treks should be avoided, but for certain regions, it’s a great time to visit Nepal: the trails are less crowded, the villages are full of life and the valleys are in bloom.
When climbers mention the word “mountain”, Nepal immediately springs to mind. It is a climber’s heaven, with the Himalayas (meaning home of the snow) being home to most of the world’s highest peaks. The word expedition refers to a group of people with a common purpose. Climbing 8000m plus peaks is the ultimate expedition that tests the skills and endurance of the dedicated mountain climber.
There are 414 pinnacles open for moving in Nepal. Of those 414 crests there 72 (7000m/22,965ft) tops open for climbing. The 7000m pinnacles of Nepal can incorporate the absolute most overwhelming climbing destinations that the Himalayan kingdom brings to the table. There is unquestionably a scope of trouble from simple to testing to keep both the fledgling and master climbers occupied.
6000m Peak Climbing
Nepal has more than 1310 tops above 6000m. A considerable lot of these 6000m ascending peaks are open for mountaineering in Nepal. These 6000m climbing peaks are constrained by NMA and the administration of Nepal.
Popular Peak Climbing
Peak Climbing in Nepal is nothing like walking in the undulating trails, it is something technical and difficult. Sherpa Expedition & Trekking (P.) Ltd. brings you one of the most thrilling adventures in the serenity of Himalayas.
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