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Trekking in Nepal: Short & Easy Treks

Langtang is one of the most exquisite places to visit in Nepal. Also known as the valley of glaciers, Langtang is famous for its icy glaciers that glide across the snowy mountains that surrounds the valley. Langtang is not as far as one expects as it is located in North of Kathmandu valley, the capital city of Nepal. A respite from the usual commotion of the city, a visit to Langtang promises to bring peace and tranquility in the minds of the trekkers. As described by BilTilman as the most beautiful valley in the world, Langtang offers its natural wonders in its trails: the rugged rock and snowcapped mountains, grassy down meadows, the all so grand pine forest, and the beautiful scenery that this valley gives along the way is something to anticipate when in Nepal.

The journey begins from Kathmandu with a 7-8 hours long drive to Syabrubensi followed by hiking through the dense oak forest which finally leads to an alpine meadow. Here one can feed their eyes with spectacular views of the forest of oak, birch, pine filled with wild flowers and rare orchids coupled up with a diverse range of wildlife including animals like red pandas, wild boar, langur-monkey and many species of birds. The land is surely filled with the cry of the wild and definitely gives the trekker a chance to snap some pics to capture its beauty.

Established as the fourth National Park in general and as the first Himalayan National Park of Nepal, the Langtang National park, resides in this beautiful valley. This small patch of land area inhibits a diverse range of floral and faunal species that can keep the minds of the nature loving captivated to its beauty. The national park can be reached from Gosaikunda pass, just 4,610 meters or by Ganja La pass, just 5,122 meters. If one does not mind walking a stretch of beautiful landscapes to view the natural wonder that awaits, a couple of thousands of hike is worth the travel.

Short & Easy Treks Trips

Royal Trek, Royal Trekking, Short Trek, Winter Trek

Royal Trekking

Duration - 10 days  |  Max Height: 1730 Meters.

Royal trek is an easy short trek with great views of the Annapurnas including the remarkable Machhapuchhare (Fishtail Mountain) to the west and Manaslu to the east. The route goes through villages and farmlands close to Pokhara.

Ghorepani Trek, Poon Hill Trek Nepal, Poon Hill Ghorepani Trekking, Winter Trek, December, January Trek

Poon Hill & Ghorepani Trek

Duration - 11 Days  |  Max Height: 3210 Meters.

A short and easy trek of just 4 to 5 days Ghorepani Poon hill trek is something everyone should try once. A short drive from Pokhara to Nayapul and we get to see the incredible Mt. fishtail (6997m/22,956ft), Annapurna 1st.

Chisapani Nagarkot Dhulikhel Trek

Duration - 5 Days  |  Max Height: 2,175meters

The Kathmandu valley is surrounded by a tier of Green Mountain walls above which tower the mighty snow capped peaks. A full picturesque view of the valley is received by only a trek. The route is comfortable, full of green fields and settlements.

Kathmandu Valley Trek

Duration - 8 Days  |  Max Height: 2175m

The Kathmandu valley is surrounded by a tier of green mountain walls above which tower the mighty snowcapped peaks. A full picturesque view of the valley is received by only a trek.

Pokhara valley trekking

Duration - 8 Days  |  Max Height:

An enchanting city nestled in a tranquil valley; Pokhara the starting point for many of Nepal’s most popular trekking and rafting destinations. The atmosphere on the shore of the Phewa Lake