Short trek in Nepal

Short trek in Nepal

You may be able to do a 3 to 5-days trek in Annapurna, a 5 to 7-day trek in the Langtang region, and a 5/10-days trek in the Everest region. From 6,000 meters to over 8,000 meters on this trek, you can enjoy breathtaking mountain views. If you opt to do the short trek, you can find local transportation, private transportation, or take flight service also depending on the region; in every region, you’ll find the best lodge with separate rooms with hot showers, dining rooms, and cline toilets with Wi-Fi. You will have a mountain view from your bedroom in the same lodge.

Short trek to Nepal

With a short trek in Nepal, you can communicate with your family and friends, just buy a Ncell or NTC card from Kathmandu, but if the weather is bad, you won’t be able to use the phone. Kids groups and volunteer groups, as well as elderly people, are encouraged to participate in this short trek because they may not have much experience hiking. In particular, short treks can be done with normal equipment, no additional equipment is required.


Short trek to Nepal trekking route

You will learn about Gurung, Sherpa, Tamang, Braman, and other people’s cultures on this short trek. We need to know what day to eat, what day to work, and how to live in the village.

Easy trip to Nepal

Short trek in Everest region

You need to fly from Kathmandu to Lukla and then back to Kathmandu if you wish to visit the Everest region, but Kusum Kanguru will provide the most scenic views of the mountains (6,369M, Thamserku (6608m), Amadablam (6856m)  Kangtega (6,685m), and world top Mount Everest 8,848m. If you like to do the Annapurna region then you will have a mountain view of the Annapurna range, Dhaulagiri  (8,167m) and you can find Gurung, Magar cultural sites. You can choose to fly from Kathmandu to Pokhara or take the tourist bus.

Short trek to Langtang

Getting to Langtang would take you around 8/9 hours from Kathmandu by public bus. On this trip, you will see Langtang Lirung (7.227 m), Kangchanbo (6.386 m), glaciers, lakes, and much Tibetan culture.