Great Himalayan Trekking in Nepal

The Great Himalaya Trekking is definitely a prime contender for the world’s best trekking route. At least, it is the longest and highest trekking route in the world. Spanning several hundred kilometers of amazing Himalayan terrain, this trail stretches over the full length of Nepal.

The trail itself passes through some of the most beautiful parts of the Himalayas – winding under the highest mountain peaks in the world. The nature and culture you’ll experience during the trek are simply spectacular. The incredibly remote villages and its inhabitants will make you wonder with awe just how resilient we humans are as a species.

The Great Himalaya Trek weaves its way am ong beautiful valleys, high-altitude plateaus and beautiful alpine terrain from Hilsa, the district of Humla ,Nepal ,Tibet(China) Boarder or from Darchula Nepal ,India Border in Far West Nepal to Taplejung in the far East of Nepal.
The Great Himalayan Trek (GHT) is not a single trek, but rather a consortium of treks of varying durations and difficulty. As many as 10 main treks – each of which is a pretty incredible trek on its own – can be clearly identified as parts of the GHT. Besides the main treks, you can also choose to undertake some cool side treks, which also vary greatly in terms of difficulty. So, you’ll have a range of different options when traversing the Great Himalayan Treks(GHT.)

Summary of Great Himalayan Trekking routes

Part -One
Destination: Simikot-Jumla
1) Rara Lake -7 days
2) Rara Lake-Jumla – 7 days

Part-Two
Destinations:Jumla- Shey Phoksundo Lake-Dunai,Dolpa
Route Options:
1)Jumla to Juphal Airport via Kagmara L Pass 5115m and shey phoksundo lake -14 days
2)Jumla to Juphal Airport circuit and and easy lower route -7 days

Part- Three
Destination: Dolpa-Jomsom,Mustang
Route Options:
1) Upper Route via Upper Dopa -21 days
2) Lower route via Dhorpatan and Beni (Walk+Drive)-14 days
Note: –
Sub route Option is Mt.Dhaulagiri Circuit via French and Thapa Pass over 5000m which is considered as Upper/high routes Thank you !

Part-four
Destination: Jomsom,Mustang -Dharapani ,Manang
Routes (Options)
1) Upper Routes Thorong La Pass 5416m 7 days
2) Upper Route via Tilitso Lake 11 days
3) Upper route via Sarebung pass and Narphu Valley 14 days

Part-Five
Destination: Dharapani,Manang -Ahrughat,Gorkha
Route Options:
1) Lower Route via Barpak and Lapra Gurung Village 10 days
2) Upper route via Larkey Pass 14 days

Part-Six
Ahrughat,Gorkha-Dhunche ,Rasuwa District- 14 days

Part-Seven
Destination: Dhunche, Rasuwa-Barabise,Sindhupalanchowk
Route Options:
1) Via Gosan Kunda Lake -14 days
2) Ganjala Pass -21 days
3) Tilman Pass -28 days

Part: Eight
Destination: Barabise,Sindhupalanchowk-Lukla/Phaplu, Solukhumbu
Route Options:
1) Barabise-Phaplu 14 days
2) Barabise-Lukla via Tashilaptsa Pass 5700m 21 days
3) Barabise-Lukla via Tashilapatsa and including (Three pass) in Khumbu valley 28 days

Part-Nine
Destination: Lukla/Phaplu-Timlingtar,Sankhuwasava District
Route Options:
1) Phaplu/Lukla -Tumlingtar 7 days
2)Lukla-Tumlingtar via Mera la and West coll 6129m 21 days
3)Lukla-Tumlingtar via Amphulaptsa pass and West Cole 6129m pass and Barun Valley 28 days

Part-Ten
Destination: Tumlingtar-Taplejung
Route Options:
Tumlingtar- Taplejung via Milke dara 10 days
Tumlingtar- Taplejung Via Lumbasumba-Olangchhung Gola and Kanchanjunga Base Camp 28 days

Best Seasons:
Part-One to Five: (May-October)
Part : Six to Ten-: Sep-Nov and April-May)

For more detailed information !
Please feel free to contact me by e-mail:raigambahadur@yahoo.com or
cellphone:+9812145572 Thank you !

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ServiceAll-Inclusive
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Duration 28 days
StartKathmandu
SleepingCamping, Guesthouse, Homestay, Hotel, Teahouse
Budget$3100 per person
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