Are you looking for the best short trekking in Nepal? Nepal is a paradise for the mountain trekking and hiking. Nepal offers many high Himalayas, however, there are plenty of places where you can do short treks. The short treks are easier than long trekking so, any people with any fitness level can do short trekking in Nepal. Short trekking in Nepal is very popular for all the travellers who have not long holidays to do longer treks in Nepal and not all the people are physically fit to do long adventure treks in high altitude. Short trekking in Nepal is located at a lower altitude and can be done without any previous experience and is suitable for kids, students and senior citizens as well. Short trekking in Nepal goes in lower altitudes and still through the beautiful landscape, jungles, terraces and mountain villages. There is not any problem of high altitude sickness on short treks and our expert trekking is always with you to guide you on trek.
Here are the best short trekking in Nepal:
Poon Hill Sunrise Trek:
Annapurna Poon Hill Sunrise Trek is a well-known and highly-regarded trek in the Annapurna region of Nepal. The Annapurna Poon Hill Sunrise Trek provides an excellent opportunity to witness some of the most stunning mountain vistas in the world and to gain an appreciation of the local culture and lifestyle.
Annapurna Poon Hill Sunrise Trek is relatively easy, with well-defined trails and gentle inclines. This makes it accessible to people of all ages and fitness levels. The trail takes you through the traditional villages of the Gurung community, providing a chance to learn about their way of life and to immerse yourself in their rich culture.
Annapurna Base Camp Trek:
Annapurna Base Camp Trek is accompanied by the Modi River alongside luxuriant rhododendron forests and bamboo bushes. As soon as we head out from Nayapul, which is the starting point of Annapurna Base Camp Trek, you feel saturated by nature and an unidentifiable calm in your heart and soul. Not only do you get to know nature in person but you are going to have the opportunity of talking to the native residents along the way who are known for their hospitality and warmth. The Gurung, Thakali and Magar communities have one of the most special and unique cultures in the country. It is a one-of-a-kind experience to be one of them for a while and rejoice in their hospitality.
Mardi Himal Trek:
Mardi Himal Trek is an ideal choice for those of us who are looking for an ‘off the beaten path’ trekking experience in the quieter parts of the Annapurna region of Nepal. Mardi Himal Trek is the lowest and perhaps the least visited of the trekking peaks in Nepal. While trekking on this route, leading up to Mardi Himal base camp and finally the high camp, we get to appreciate the solitary trails complete with verdant forests, interesting villages, valleys, terraced farms, dazzling rivers and the extraordinary views of the Annapurna, Machhapuchre (Fishtail) and Hiunchuli mountains. Another benefit of the Mardi Himal trekking route is that the trail makes a small circuit up to the base camp of Mardi Himal so that we don’t have to backtrack over the same terrain.
Langtang Valley Trek:
Langtang Valley Trek can be done by camping which blends well with the wilderness or we can also do the trip tea house style which is also good. The local inhabitants hereabouts are few and the area offers some genuine adventure hiking where the accommodation is simple as can expect in these types of mountainous regions and the food is just fine but the time we spend here is as good as being on cloud 7. we bunk out on organic farmlands, get to see red pandas and numerous bird species and we enjoy a fairy tale outing that would be good for noting down in our diaries for stories to be told to the generations to come about our experiences & great moments in one of the most stunningly naturally lovely places on planet earth.
Everest Panorama Trek:
Everest Panorama Trek is an ideal choice for those with limited time or for trekkers who want to experience the grandeur of the Everest region without committing to a long and strenuous journey. It offers a taste of adventure, breathtaking vistas, and an insight into the unique Himalayan culture, making it a rewarding experience for all who undertake it.