Which Trekking Grade Best Suits You!
Himalayan Nature is always being kind to its lovers and devotee. The Himalayas is always ready to offer them with whatever it has for them to enjoy at best. While it is up to us how much we can take from Nature! In addition, How much we can struggle. Due to varieties of picturesque nature, unmatchable culture and the mighty Himalayas. Trekking in Nepal has always been a top dream topic around the world with Trekking in Nepal.
Mt. Everest and the other Himalayas peaks always fascinating billions of trekkers. While Trek to these high Himalayas trekking trail is not easy. As a result trekking trail of Nepal has its own grade. Some trekking trail is easy, While some are moderate. Furthermore, some are strenuous and technical therefore physical stamina is must achieve your dream, Himalayan Trekking.
In conclusion Trekking Trail Nepal recommended you to choose the trekking grade which suits you the most. Trekking Trail Nepal list the trekking in Nepal into 4 following grade. In addition, Easy, Moderate, Strenuous and Technical. First of all, read the definitions of these trekking grade. Furthermore, it is always best to check with us if in any doubt. Most of all these trekking grades are generally based on length of trip, altitude, hours walked each day and the history of the trekking success.
Trekking holidays for those for reasonably active lifestyle, You do not require any special outdoors training or skills although please have a basic fitness level. Much as anyone can participate in one of these holidays. While minimum trekking is about 4 hours and the maximum is 5 hours a day (approximately).
The most important attributes are an open mind, a sense of humor, adaptability and a positive mental attitude to life. Another we attain the altitude. While Maximum altitude will be 3000 m while you will go high for the viewpoint only. On this Easy Trekking Grade all our Tours, Adventure and Trekking like Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek, Everest View Trek, Rafting, Jungle activities are included.
A reasonable fitness level and good health, please expect to walk for up to 4 hours at a time on steep paths, often with sections of large uphill and downhill. You should be exercising a few times a week for this trip to get maximum enjoyment out of the trip. The altitude can go up high to 4500 m with the side trips to higher altitude too. Trips of Moderate Trekking are Annapurna Base Camp, Mardi Himal Trek, Khopara Trekking, Everest Base Camp, and so on.
These Strenuous Trekking Grades are hard then moderate. In addition, this is not the extreme one.Trekking for a minimum of 6 hours daily, often over rough terrain at high altitude. These treks also involve several nights stay above 4500 m best described as Alpine and suitable for those in excellent health. These trek covers very remote areas, traveling over snow-covered passes at an altitude of up to 5700 m. You need above average level of fitness. Therefore you need some types of physical training to improve your trekking capabilities for the Himalaya. Maybe you can do training like; walking, cycling; mountain biking or running at a steady pace. You may need axes and crampons to cross some parts of this trekking trail in some extreme case. Some example of Strenuous Trekking Grade is Upper Dolpo Trekking, Kanchanjunga Trekking, Chomolhari Trek, Everest Three Pass Trekking, Tibet Tour.
The trekkers must have high physical endurance with knowledge of climbing and deal with the difficult and challenging countryside. The trekking altitude might go above 5700m, therefore, the climber should be able to resist Himalayan extreme cold. This Trekking Grade is limited to those with an excellent level of personal fitness and experience.
In addition must need a good sense of humor, the high tolerance level of altitude. Furthermore, these grades of activities need a good technical skill and need to face extreme challenges. All our Peak Climbing and Expeditions are an example of a Technical grade of Trekking Trail Nepal. Almost, these trekking grades are only for real adventure trekking in Nepal.