The Trekking in Nepal activity refers to walking for a prolonged time, enjoying the scenery, and exploring the surroundings. A motive for traveling may be a commitment, an aim, an objective, a mission, a party, or a social gathering.
Top categories of trekking-
The trekking can be commence in different categories that could be such as an easy to difficult treks.
(1) Easy Trekking: Essentially, this type of activity is for beginners, and it involves seeing colorful horizons or beautiful natural scenery. This type of trekking are generally commence in low lands where there are many hamlets and people’s inhabitants. This types of treks are more cultural and natural with low degree of adventure. In this treks, trekkers may not require the previous experiences. This types of trekking is for those trekkers who have an interest in easy walking in the mountains. The trails in this type of trekking are well maintained paths and small ridges with no technical. The altitudes of this trekking’s are commenced within 2000m to 4000m and accommodation are in ta houses and basic lodges. The normal trekking hours in this trek are 4-5 hours per day.
(2) Moderate Trekking: Trekking that is moderate in difficulty is performed at medium to higher altitudes and is more challenging than easy trekking. The people who do moderate trekking should be energetic. To do this trek previous hiking or camping experience is preferable. This type of Trekking in Nepal if for those mountain lovers who wants to spend 1-2 weeks in the mountains, and have a moderate level of physical fitness. The trails in this trekking are passes along the steep hill terrain on usually rough trails. The altitude in this trek rise from 2000m to 5500m and altitude gain will be 400-900m. The average trekking hours per day is 6-7.
(3) Strenuous Trekking: Trekking of this type involves strenuous physical effort. It is generally carried out in high-altitude regions and is only suitable for those with previous experience in trekking. This type of trekking ascends 5500m and involves some steep climbing and need ropes sometimes. This treks takes more than two weeks long and average walking duration is 7-8 hours per day. The accommodation in this trek are mostly camping.
(4) Difficult Trekking: The fourth type of trekking is done on steep slopes. Experts or experienced trekkers do this type of trekking. This type of trekking requires the trekker to have high precision, skill, and endurance levels. In this trek previous climbing experience and a high level of physical fitness is most needed. The trails in this trek are steep hilly terrain on rough trails, high passes, and glacier and snow crossings. Remote wilderness environments. It also may technical and need of using fixed ropes, crampons and ice axe. This may need 16+ days. Average trekking hours per day is 6-8 hours. The accommodation in this trek are mostly camping.
Physical fitness, patience, knowledge of hiking, and camping capability are the main characteristics of trekking. Traveling to a place you’ve never been before is called trekking. Trekking in Nepal includes activities such as hiking, camping, and walking.
The activity tests a person’s physical ability, making it an adventurous activity. Hence, the most important thing is to be fit and healthy; to be patient; to be familiar with the geographic area; to have a daring attitude, and be ready to overcome all undesirable circumstances with Dolpo Trekking and Upper Dolpo Trek.