Best Treks to do in Nepal- Everest Base Camp in Nepal


Nepal has some of the world’s most beautiful treks. Nepal’s top treks are listed here, ranging from classics like Everest Base Camp, Annapurna Circuit, and Langtang to newer treks like the Manaslu Circuit Trek and the Nar Phu Valley Trek. Continue reading if you want to go trekking in Nepal and find out which trek is best for you.

Meanwhile, you can also think of Alibaug Camping.

Trekking Everest Three Passes

Mt. Everest as seen from Renjo La Pass (17,585 ft. / 5360 m) Renjo La Pass (17,585 ft. / 5360 m) provides a breathtaking view of Mt. Everest.

The Three Passes Trek takes you over three 5,000m+ passes and is the best way to see the Everest Region if you have three weeks to spare. The trek includes elements of the Everest Base Camp Trek, but crossing the Renjo La, Cho La, and Kongma La passes offers even more breathtaking views of the Himalayan giants. The Three Passes trek can be combined with other versions of the Everest Base Camp Trek.

Quick facts

18-day minimum duration

The highest point is 5,535 meters (18,159 feet) above sea level (Kongma La pass)

Start/finish Lukla/Lukla

Difficulty Trekking with a twist Teahouse\s

  • Prayer flags on the Manaslu Circuit Trek, Manaslu, Nepal

The Manaslu Circuit is surrounded by prayer flags.

Since the construction of new lodges in 2010, the Manaslu Circuit Trek has become a more accessible walk that includes all of the fantastic elements you’d expect from a Classic Himalayan climb with deep, lush valleys at lower elevations, incredible views of 8,000m peaks, and a 5,000m+ pass crossing that is relatively unspoiled by tourists.

Despite its growing popularity and new road construction, the Manaslu Circuit is still remote and has fewer trekkers than Nepal’s more well-known classic treks.

Kathmandu to the trailhead takes eight hours.

Quick facts

13-day minimum duration

The highest point is 5,106 meters (16,752 feet) above sea level (Larkya La pass)

Start/finish Besisahar/Soti Khola

Difficulty Challenging

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  • Langtang Trek View Langtang Trek

Aerial view of the Langtang Valley

The Langtang hike is a heartfelt journey. After a few years of being barren of visitors, The routes and guesthouses have been repaired since the 2015 earthquake, and trekkers have returned.

The walk takes you through beautiful forests to high alpine meadows and yak farms in the vicinity of Kyangjin Gompa (a Buddhist monastery), with an optional day hike up to Kyanjin Ri (peak).

  • Kathmandu to the trailhead takes seven hours.

Quick facts

7-day minimum duration

Kyanjin Gompa (3800 meters) / 4773 metres (Kyanjin Ri)

Syabru Besi Difficulty Start/finish Simple to moderate

Trek fashion Annapurna Base Camp Teahouse

  • Trek Himalayan peaks, Annapurna Base Camp

Mountain views en route to the Annapurna amphitheatre

The Annapurna Base Camp Trek takes you deep within the Annapurna Massif to the foot of Annapurna South. Because the vistas are narrower and steeper than on most other famous climbs, you’ll be looking almost straight up at the mountains that tower above you.

A 25-minute flight from Kathmandu to Pokhara is followed by a 2-hour drive; an 8-hour drive from Kathmandu to the trailhead is also an option.

Quick facts

12 days is the minimum duration.

The elevation difference between start and finish: 4130 m / 13,550 feet Nayapul/Nayapul Difficulty Trekking style: Moderate Teahouses

  • Upper Mustang Trek through the desert slopes

The Upper Mustang Valley’s arid desert landscape.  The Upper Mustang Trek’s parched valley has a landscape that is unlike any other trek in Nepal. Mustang was once a separate country, and the strong Tibetan influences make this a very interesting tour.

Take two connecting flights from Kathmandu to Pokhara (25 minutes) and Pokhara to Jomsom (45 minutes) to get to the trailhead (20 minutes).

Quick facts

12 days is the minimum duration.

Start/finish elevation: 3810 m / 12,500 ft Jomsom/Jomsom

Difficulty Trekking style: Moderate Teahouse\s

  • Trek to the Gokyo Lakes Gokyo village

The Gokyo Lakes Trek, like the Three Passes Trek, includes sections that are similar to the classic Everest Base Camp Trek but takes you west of Everest. At around 5,000 feet, the magnificent lakes of Gokyo are a major draw. Trekkers can then ascend Gokyo Ri (5,357m/17,575ft), a rugged summit with one of the best sweeping views of Mt Everest.

Quick facts

12 days is the minimum duration.

Maximum altitude: 5357 meters (17,575 feet) (Ri Gokyo)

Start/finish Lukla/Lukla\sDifficulty Challenging

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