Author: sherpaguide

The best time to go trekking in Nepal is in Autumn (September-November) and in spring (March-May) thus avoiding the monsoon season. The Lobuche Peak is the second most... Read More

Actually, it is the highest climbing (without permit) peak in Nepal 6476m. Enjoy excellent views of the high Himalayas that include Everest, Cho Oyu, Makalu, Kanchenjunga, Lhotse, and... Read More

Island Peak Climb and mountain peak “3 Passes Trek” takes us to a series of beautiful turquoise lakes within the Gokyo valley, including the well known Renjo La Cho... Read More

The Langtang Valley trek is only a short distance away from Kathmandu Valley, making its easy access a feature that entices many tourists to the region. The Langtang Valley is... Read More

This 9-day Manaslu Circuit Trek takes you to an unspoiled region of the Himalayan Mountains. Manaslu is known locally as "The Spirit-Mountain”. The trail circumnavigates Mt. Manaslu (8,163m), the 8th... Read More

The Manaslu Circuit Trek usually means somewhere between 5-6 hours trekking every day and occasionally up to 8-10 hours while heading through high altitude passes. Manaslu is in a class... Read More

This 15-day trek takes you through the Annapurna Conservation Area and to the highest alpine pass in the world – Thorong La Pass (5,416m/17,769ft) and to Tilicho Lake. You will... Read More

Short 9 Days Annapurna Circuit Trek with Tilicho Lake is one of the most impressive and challenging hikes in Nepal. It’s an incredibly popular trekking destination in Nepal and around... Read More

The Annapurna Circuit Trek has been the most popular trekking destination since it was first opened to the public in the mid-1980s. Its sub-tropical forests, Rhododendron and Cyprus forests, the... Read More

The Annapurna Circuit Trek in 14 days with a drive to Chame and Muktinath and return to Pokhara. (No flights) The Annapurna Circuit Trek first opened for travel in the mid-1980s... Read More