Trekking

Everest Region

A Quick Introduction to the Everest Base Camp Trek

Everest Base Camp is a paradise situated high among the clouds, quite literally. Everest Base Camp lies at an elevation of 5380 m and boasts spectacular views of the mountain giants. Mount Everest Base Camp trek is one of the most famous trekking trails in the world along with Annapurna Base Camp trek, Annapurna Circuit, […]

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Kalinchowk Peak
Rolwaling Region
Trekking in Nepal

Kalinchowk Trek

Kalinchowk, which lies in Dolakha district is an increasingly popular trekking destination in Nepal. It is relatively close to Kathmandu (approx. 132 km from Kathmandu) and hence, popular among domestic travelers. ‘Kalinchowk’ is named after a hill-top temple in the area known as Kalinchowk Bhagwati dedicated to Kali (a Hindu goddess associated with power and […]

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Trekking in Nepal

Nepal Trekking in May

May in Nepal has more sunny days compared to rainy ones so it is comfortable to trek in high altitudes.

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Trekking in Nepal

Nepal Trekking in April

Spring is in full bloom in April and is the second most popular month for trekking in Nepal. April is a comfortable period for trekking at higher altitudes and usually has clear weather. Mid-Hills, especially around Pokhara, can be hazy and dusty, thanks to accumulated dust from the dry seasons and increasing humidity. Lightning and […]

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Everest Region

Everest Base Camp Boosts Medical Staff and Rescue Operation

After last year’s disaster where 16 guides died in an avalanche, Nepal, now has decided to provide more doctors and rescue equipment at Everest Base Camp. As climbers arrive for the busiest period, new provisions are aimed at avoiding the repeat of last year’s deadly tragedy which shook Nepal and the mountaineering world. Devi Bahadur […]

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mountain teaser trees
’Going to the mountains
is going home.’
- John Muir
‘Great things are done when
men and mountains meet.’
- William Blake
‎’There is no such thing as bad weather,
only inappropriate clothing.’
- Sir Ranulph Fiennes