Down through the ages, Nepal has had a reputation as a remote and magical mountain Kingdom. Although no longer so remote, Nepal's natural beauty continues to attract travellers from all over the world, who come to experience the unique trekking Nepal has to offer.
The prime attractions are the Himalayan ranges. Of the 14 peaks above 8000 meters world wide, no fewer than 8 are in Nepal. Against this backdrop lies Nepal's hill country, where most of the major trekking routes are located. Here, you can discover natural lanscapes and a ethnic peoples who have remained isolated from modern civilisation.
During the busy months of September to November and February to April, the popular trek routes in Nepal, particularly the Annapurna Sanctuary, Annapurna circuit and the Everest Base Camp areas, attract the majority of the trekkers. Access to these are in easy and tea houses offering modest support to the back-packer have proliferated. As one of the few experienced trekking agencies in Kathmandu, we have gone further and explored new trails such as the foothills of Jungle, Ganesh and Lamjung Himal. These untouched areas offer equally rewarding trekking with few other trekkers and teahouses but delightful villages and people in a spectacular environment.
For those seeking greater challenges, the recently opened Kanchenjuga in east Nepal, the Manaslu and Dhaulagiri Himals in central and Dolpo in the Far West may be of interest. Similarly Sherpa supported "Peak Climbing" such as Mera Peak (6461m), via a rarely used approach route and Island Peak (6189m) lying below the flanks of the massive south wall of Lhotse, are highly recommended.
In this section, you will find detailed information on the different areas where we operate treks, peak climbing and expeditions. The treks described here are examples of typical itineraries and may be considerably modified to suit your personal requirements.