19th November 2017

Winter Trekking in Nepal

Winter Trekking in Nepal is a great opportunity to enjoy the many features of the country in a unique way. It is the best option for people who do not have the time to spend at other peak climbing seasons. Although high altitude trekking isn’t ideal during winter, you can still do low-altitude trekking. Moreover, because of the moderate trip grading of the winter trekking, there is very less chance of altitude sickness as well.

Winter Trekking in Nepal carries its own charm and beauty. Each season in Nepal have their own charisma. Spring and autumn seasons are the two most preferred and ideal trekking months. However, winter trekking in Nepal present unique features as well. Thus, if you are planning on visiting Nepal during the winter, then you can choose from our available winter trekking packages-

Winter Trekking in Nepal #1- The Everest Panorama Trek

short hike everest

The Everest Panorama Trek is one of the most delightful short trekking trails in Everest region. Flying from Kathmandu to Lukla, the trek begins with hiking to Phakding. Walking over bridges and crossing jovial rivers, the trekking trail leads to Namche Bazaar. Furthermore, the trail than leads to Khunde and Khumjung villages where you can visit the Hilary School. It was established in the memory of Sir Edmund Hilary and Tenzing Norgay Sherpa. You can  also excurse the Khumjung monastery.

You would also be excursing through Sagarmatha National Park. It has absolutely beautiful natural ensemble of foliage and rivers. Trudging through Sagarmatha National Park, you would be in a state of enchantment by the verdancy of the trekking trail. Asa matter of fact, you walk through vibrant chartreuse alpine vegetation of juniper, birch and cedar. Everest Panorama Trek is an upbeat exuberant trip that is full of mirthful scenarios that is sure to lift your aesthetic spirit.

Winter Trekking in Nepal #2- The Annapurna Panorama Trek 

Annapurna Poon Hill Trek

The Annapurna Panorama Trek takes you on a journey that presents the absolute best views of the Annapurna massif. Likewise, it is a leisurely trekking journey that has all the best aspects of the Annapurna region. It has paths that are covered with natural canopies of rhododendrons and emerald woodlands. You would be traveling under a florescent Balanchine of alpine foliage. Among all the winter trekking in Nepal, this is the most beautiful.

You also hike to the famous vantage point of Poon Hill. You can notably witness the mountains changing color from ivory to a cascade of molten gold and burning ember as the sun’s rays sweep over the peaks. The whole phenomenon is simply breath-taking! Similarly, the peaceful environments mixed with the serenity of the mountain views is something that words cannot describe. The Annapurna Panorama Trek brings out the most mesmerizing moments of the Annapurna Mountains.

Moreover, you can also observe the traditions and cultures of the people. You can also visit many monasteries, gumbas, chortens as you walk on the trail. The sight of the peaks offer constant company. The Annapurna Panorama Trek is brimming with cultural and natural elements. Its trails that are adorned with beautiful natural pulchritude.

#3- The Langtang Valley Trek

Langtang Valley Trek

Known as “The Valley of Glaciers”, Langtang region is located 19 miles north of Kathmandu. Langtang Valley is filled with absolutely rewarding sights of snowy Himalayas and cerulean glaciers that look like they have been coated with a sapphire patina. The stunning peak of the Langtang Lirung, with an altitude of 7246m, stands magnificently in its colossal quiddity.

Trekking into the Langtang Valley gives you the wide prospects of vast florescent meadows. Additionally, you can walk through the Langtang National Park. It was founded in 1976 and conserves the distinct and exotic floras and fauna of Langtang. You will begin the Langtang Valley Trek from Syabrubesi. The trail takes you all the way through pine woods and ebullient mountain streams to the Kyanjin Gompa, where you can visit the monastery and also hike to Kyanjin RI (4773m).

Magnificent views of the Langtang RI, Lang Sisa and Ganesh Himal decorate the periphery of the trek. You can also explore the Tibetan settlements of the Langtang Region and hike up to Chorkari RI (5050m) to gather unforgettable memories.

 

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