Nepal is an excellent place for an epic adventure and spiritual cleansing. It is also a major hotspot for cultural and religious interactions with the locals. In addition, various trekking and hiking expeditions are also widely available in different regions of Nepal. Each of these treks is categorized into easy/moderate and difficult grade.
Moderate Hard treks will require average hiking and walking on altitudes. The altitudes of these treks range from 4,000 meters to 5000 meters. Therefore, you won’t be crossing any high passes throughout the trek expedition.
In recent years the moderate/difficult trek has gained more popularity among the travelers from all around the world. These trek are popular because of the breathtaking views and the energetic and easy hike they offer.
The Moderate/hard treks will take you to the stunning base camp of high Himalayas in Nepal. However, these treks might be a bit challenging for first time trekkers. Nevertheless, with proper training it is an easy trek with close up views of the Himalayas.
Therefore, you can explore the tranquil Himalayas and experience the true charm of the high magnificent mountains. Annapurna Base Camp, Langtang trek, and Everest Base Camp trek are some of the popular Moderate/Difficult treks in Nepal .
The moderate/difficult treks are specially designed for those who have limited time to experience the Himalayas in Nepal. With adequate training and preparation, you can commence your dream moderate/difficult trek as a beginner.
In addition, we provide expert guides with years of experience for your safety and guidance throughout the trek.
You will be walking 6-8 hours per day on the high altitude regions of Nepal during the Moderate-Hard Trekking. The well-structured acclimatization days scheduled in your trek will help your body to stabilize to the surrounding atmosphere.
In addition, you will also have the option for a luxurious private transport. Likewise, you can also arrange a stable paced trek tailor-made according to your preference. It will allow you to immerse yourself further in the surrounding nature and landscapes.