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Are you planning to trek in Nepal? If Yes, My Everest Trip offers a variety of trekking and tour in the Nepal Himalayas. Most of the trekking trails are in remote areas of the city. Trekking in Nepal provides incredible Himalayas, pristine nature and landscapes, and untouched places full of Himalayans and culture.
Some trekking trails are challenging compared to other trekking trails in the Himalayan. Beyond the regular trekking trails like Everest Base Camp, Annapurna Base Camp, and Annapurna circuit trek, the listed trekking trails are less crowded and culturally intact. Here are the lists of top trekking routes trekking in Nepal.
Mustang is the isolated Annapurna region of Nepal. It is in the rain-shadow area between Annapurna and Dhaulagiri Himalayan ranges. It is also known as the Last Forbidden Kingdom in the trans-Himalayan region. Tiji festival is the most famous festival in Mustang. Ethnic people of the Mustang region celebrate them. Tibet influences the culture and lifestyle and lies on the Tibetan border. Trekkers will explore the old monastery, caves, scenic beauties, and panoramic Himalayan views of Nilgiri, Annapurna, Dhaulagiri, and several other peaks.
Tsum Valley is a recently opened trekking route in the Manaslu trekking region. If you love the wilderness with the Tibetan ethnic culture, we recommend this trek. It was opened in 2008 for tourists. This trek offers the Camping or Tea house where you experience a unique culture and festivals, villages, and the pristine Himalayas.
3. Upper Dolpo Trekking
Upper Dolpo is the remote least visited trekking area of western Nepal. The unique Tibetan culture, Himalayan desert vistas, wildflowers and fauna, stunning mountain views, and adventure journey is the major highlights of the trekking to Upper Dolpo. This is the region where the Oscar-nominated documentary film “Caravan” was soothed. Tourists must have a special permit to explore this virgin and unbeaten land. Trekking to this region is always favorable except in the extreme winter, as it lies in the rain-shadow areas of Annapurna, Dhaulagiri, and Kanjiroba mountain ranges. Trekking from March to May and September to October is considered the best.
4. Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek
The remote area trekking takes you to the base camp of the world’s third-highest mountain peak, Mt. Kanchenjunga (8586m), lying on the border of Eastern Nepal with India’s Sikkim. Trekking in Kanchenjunga Conservation Area, trekkers can walk through green lush rhododendron forests, alpine meadows, beautiful landscapes, and high-altitude wetlands. This is home to endangered animals like snow leopards, red pandas, clouded leopards, Assamese macaques, and Himalayan black bears.