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Trekking in Nepal

Nepal’s trekking trails have evolved from a dense network of Himalayan trade routes, pilgrimage path and herder’s tracks, trod for generation by traders, porters, government official and pilgrims, as well as countries pioneering trekkers and mountaineers. Walking paths are central to the cultural history of the Himalaya and they remain vital today, as mountain people travel on foot for weeding, funerals, festival, school or medical care. Trek in Nepal and you are walking in the footprint of the past.

Nepal’s mountain trails have been used for countries by Himalayan traders, porters, migrating people and herders. Salt traders would criss-cross the high passes from Tibet to swap their wool and yak butter for rice and other goods from lowland India, while in their tracks would come dreadlocked Hindu Pilgrims headed to sacred mountain lakes or Buddhist walking to holy Kilash or Lhasa.

Nepal was largely closed to outside world until the 1950s, so the only foreigners who visited the hills of the country were illegal visitors such as Japanese explore Ekai Kawaguchi and secret map makers, called “pundist” who were sent into Nepal by the survey of India.

In 1949 Nepal opened its frontiers to the outside world. Within eight years, ten of the fourteen peaks over 8000m had been climbed, largely by huge military style Swiss, British and French expeditions, in what is considered the golden age of Himalayan Climbing.

Annapurna 8081m was the first to be climbed in 1950, flowed by Tenzing Norgay and Edmund Hillary’s iconic conquest of Everest 8848m in 1953. Soon afterwards come Cho Cyu in 1954, Kangchenjunga and Manaslu in 1955s, Manaslu and Lhotse in 1956, and Dhaulagiri in 1959. By 1964 all the major Himalayan giants had been climbed.

Trekking in Nepal really took off with the first expedition to the base of Mt. Everest an American led expedition in 1950 and a British one in 1951. Several of today’s trekking routes still follow the trails pioneered by these tweed clad expedition.

The first trekker in Nepal was bill Tilman, who wrangled permission from the king 1949 to make several treks, including around the kali Gandaki, Helambu and Everest.

The godfather of Nepal tourism was Boris Lissannvinch, an émigré Russian ballet dancer and club owner, who accepted king Tribuhvan’s invitation to set up Nepal’s first ever hotel. The Royal Hotel and its famous Yak & Yeti bar become the meeting place for climbers and trekkers from the 1950 until 1971, when hotel was closed.

Colonel James OM Roberts was the first person to realize that trekking would appeal to tourists. Jimmy Roberts had spent over years in Nepal together to the British residency and accompanied Tilman on his first trek. In 1965 he took a group of ladies to the Khumbu region and founded Mountain Travel, the first of Nepal’s trekking and expedition company and the inspiration for Himalayan adventure travel industry.

Now in Nepal over 700 registered trekking companies, trekking has become a vital part of Nepal’s economy. Also Eco Tourism Adventure Pvt. Ltd registered at 2013 by local experts mountain guide and trekking guide who spend many year with different adventure company now you can choose us for safe and success adventure Himalayan trip.   

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Everest Region Trekking

The Himalayan trek, flying Lukla and climbing to the foot of Mt. Everest through a breathless high alpine landscape. Mt. Everest has exported a powerful draw for a century now. You will be following in the mountain legend footprint of great mountaineer’s legend like Tenzing Norgay Sherpa, Sir Edmund Hillary, Reinhold Messner, Sundare Sherpa, Ang Rita Sherpa, Appa Sherpa 

Annapurna Region

The Annapurna region is the most popular trekking area in Nepal. Offering more cultural variety and a clearer sense of journey then the other trek but still offering amazing Mountain Views. Annapurna  Himal is in the Himalayas in north-central Nepal that includes one peak over 8000m peak

Langtang Region

The Langtang region is an excellent short trek that packs a bunch of attractive punch into a small amount of time. The trail ascends the Langtang Valley from just 1470m at Syabrubesi to hit 3870m at Kyanjin Gompa, following the rushing Langtang Khola River past lush forests and bamboo groves to a collection of high alpine pastures,

Manalsu Region

Exploring less explored, untouched, and newly opened, lush, outstanding views of extraordinary Himalayan vistas and genuine cultural trek Manaslu is situated at the north part of the Nepal. Manaslu circuit trekking is a Trekking around Manaslu Massif 8163m and the eight tallest mountains in the world from the sea level.

Mustang Region

Upper Mustang Trek to hidden paradise of Mustang is fabulous tour that visitors experience ever best holiday trip in their life in Nepal. Upper Mustang; described as a mystique valley and the last forbidden kingdom in Nepal was just opened for foreigners in 1992.

Dolpo Region

Dolpo, which lies in the mid western part of Nepal, is also known as the district behind the Himalayas. The famous Dhaulagiri range stands as the boundary fence of the region in the south. Though, the district covers nearly 6% of landmass of the country, the human settlements are very thin due to the remoteness and the vastness of the region where several places have remained still unexplored.

Lower Solukhumbu Region

Lower Solukhumbu Region Trekking

 is the best if you want to observe the diversity of nature and to see the various cultures of the different ethnic groups of this region. There are many alternatives for treks of different lengths to accommodate your length of stay. Usually the treks start from Jiri, a 6-7 hour bus drive from Kathmandu, and end at Salleri. Salleri is the administrative headquarter of the entire Solukhumbu district. The highlight of this region is the stunning view from the top of Pikey Peak (4040m.), which includes Mt. Everest as well as great numbers of other snow-capped peaks ranging from Mt. Kanchenjunga to the east to Mt. Manaslu to the west.