Top 5 offbeat treks in Nepal for People who Hate Crowds

Discover the less-crowded offbeat treks in Nepal

Home to eight out of fourteen highest peaks in the world, Nepal is most sought and at the same time most elusive trekking destination in the world. Trekkers and expedition-er from all around the world have been exploring the Nepalese Himalayas to discover new routes, climb a new and unknown mountain; and this has resulted in discovery of new routes.

Enjoy the grandeur of whiffing valleys, snow-capped peaks and beautiful grassland along with intact culture. Though Himalayas are famous for trekking activities, these still exist some handful walking trails, which are untouched and are yet to be discovered. Nestling majestically at the lap of Himalayas, these off-beat Himalayan treks is the home to high mountain passes, peaks and gushing rivers.

There are many offbeat treks in Nepal that unveils the hidden beauty of nature but have not yet been famous. Delve the most amazing off-beat treks in Nepal through this article and opt one for your next holiday adventure. (more…)

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Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek

A Complete Guideline to Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek

Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek is an exotic trekking trip in the north-eastern part of Nepal, offering you with dramatic view of Kanchenjunga summits and great cultural insights.

Mt. Kanchenjunga, the third highest peak in the world (8,586) has 5 peaks and regarded as the queen of mountains. Kanchenjunga in Tibetan dialects refers to “Five Great Treasure in the Snow” which symbolizes its 5 summits – as gold, silver, precious stones, grains and Holy Scriptures.

Trekking to Kanchenjunga is restricted for outsiders; you need a local guide and at least 2 trekkers to purchase the required permits.

Kanchenjunga trek is least popular compared to other trekking routes like Everest Base Camp Trek or Annapurna Base Camp; so the impact of mass tourism is yet flourish the region. (more…)

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Dhaulagiri Circuit Trek Complete Guideline

Dhaulagiri Circuit Trek is one of the most demanding and challenging treks which requires previous experience of alpine altitude trekking. At some part ice axe and crampons are required and you might even need to wear a helmet as some stretches of path are prone to small rock falls.

Some trekkers dubbed it as the best remote and wilderness three-week+ trek in Nepal which requires both teahouse and camping mode. Dhaulagiri round trek can be extended by adding the side trips like summiting the Dhampus peak (6,060m), non-technical trekking peak. Since it is less-trodden and the approaches are very misleading (paths are often covered by snows), trekking guide is highly recommended.

Dhaulagiri Circuit Trekking follows the less-trodden trail and takes you to the wild vicinity of Mount Dhaulagiri (26,795ft). It is the seventh-highest mountain on Earth and regarded as one of the deadliest mountain to climb. Dhaulagiri was believed to be the highest mountain from 1808 – 1848. (more…)

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