For many of our treks you can choose between camping and staying in Mountain lodges, which are locally run guesthouses, but standards vary enormously. In the popular areas, such as Annapurna, lodges are more like hotels with hot water, Western food, and private rooms. In more remote areas they are far simpler and more authentically Nepalese.

 

Mountain Lodge trekking is less expensive than camping and is suitable for smaller groups. With larger groups, irrespective of the area, it is more practical to camp. We provide all the necessary camping equipment; dining and toilet tents as well as our guides, porters and cooks. You trek in comfort with Western food of a high standard.

Trek Grades

Easy Treks

Easy treks involve up to 6 hours of walking a day, on good trails with plenty of time for sightseeing. Altitudes generally do not exceed 3500 meters. Anyone who enjoys regular exercise and is in good physical condition should easily cope with these treks.

Moderate Treks

Moderate treks involve walking for 6 to 8 hours a day in more remote country, reaching altitudes of approximately 4500 meters. A reasonable level of fitness is required as there will be much ascening and descending with the occasional difficult day. A hill walking background is advisable.

Demanding Treks

Demanding treks are harder, suitable for regular hill walkers and may involve 7 or 8 hour days, with altitudes up to 5500 metres. You should be physically fit and appropriate preparation is essential. Some days may involve crossing a pass with up to 10 hours walking.

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Treks

Nepal Annapurna Circuit Trek

Commencing from the airstrip at Lukla the first three days are spent trekking the established trail to E.B.C. We traverse

Nepal EBC & Kalapatar via Gokyo

Commencing from the airstrip at Lukla the first three days are spent trekking the established trail to E.B.C. We traverse