Trekking in Nepal is a major attraction of the Nepal tourism industry. Nepal Himalayas, which is truly blessed by mother nature, has 1200+ snowcapped peaks (all above 6000m), with 8 world's highest mountains out of 14 (Mt Everest 8849m, Mt Kanchenjunga 8586m, Mt Lhotse 8516m, Mt Makalu 8481m, Mt Cho Oyu 8201m, Mt Dhaulagiri 8167m, Mt Manaslu 8156m and Mt Annapurna 8091m) within its Himalayan range. And trekking is the only way to see and explore these Himalayas. In addition, numerous glacial rivers flow from the North to the South, the tranquil lakes formed in many parts of the nation, low alps and mountains, rugged terrain, green vegetation and lush forests all over the country. Because of these gems and natural beauty, trekking in Nepal has been the ultimate choice for many travelers.
Nepal trekking is for all kinds of interested travelers, from non-hikers to soft and hardcore adventurers, since there are different grades of trekking in terms of difficulty, which may last from a few days to months. It can be done anytime you prefer. Besides the natural beauty, one gets to experience the distinctive local diverse cultures and traditions, observe fascinating sites of various values, and explore the country's wide range of geographical varieties. The benefits are countless when it comes to the good side of trekking; hence it’s the first choice of visitors in Nepal.