Some of the major best hiking place in Nepal are Champadevi, Shivapuri, kakani Dhulikhel, Nagarkot, Sagarmatha Everest region, Annapurna region and langtang region. All of them are simply introduce here. Day hiking trips give you some of the most important benefit for your body. Climbing uphill and downhill, spending many hour’s on the walking trail, gives your whole body workout. Improving your strengths swiftness and cardio fitness.
Champadevi hiking place is much closed to Kirtipur in Kathmandu. This hiking needs nearly a three hours driving to pharping from the heart of Kathmandu. Hikers walks for about three hours to reach champadevi hill. Hikers usually enjoy pack lunch there. Hiker can watch the magnificent view of Kathmandu valley there. The hikers can down back to kritipur on foot in about two hour. They can drive back to the heart of the Kathmandu from There.
Shivapuri hiking place in Nepal is closer to budhanilkantha in Kathmandu. Shivapuri hiking require nearly half an hour drive to budhanilkantha from the center of Kathmandu. Budhanilkantha is a religious place where 5 miter long Bisnu statue lines in pond sleeping on bed of a multi- headed snake called sheshnaga.
The hikers starts theirs walks on foot from there. Hikers climb up shivapuri hill through the forest for around three hours. They can enjoy the excellent view of Kathmandu valley. Annapurna range of mountain, Machhapuchre Mountain, Ganesh Himal Mountain and Langtang region. Hikers can have a pack lunch before going back to budhanilkantha on foot. In this Shivapuri hiking they can walk about seven hours.
Kakani hiking route in Nepal is another famous place near Kathmandu valley. Kakani is above Balaju bus station. Hikers can drive to Kakani from downtown in Kathmandu valley bus stations. Hikers can enjoy the magnificent view of mountain such as Machhapuchre Mountain, Ganesh Himal Mountain and Langtang region from Kakani. Hikers can walk to Gujre and have a pack of lunch there before they hike down to Balaju.
Dhulikhel hiking point is situated in Kavre District. Dhulikhel hiking consist of near four walk. Hiking begins from Nala in order to enjoy beauty of nature. Similarly Nagarkot A and Nagarkot B are the famous hiking points nears Kathmandu valley. Nagarkot A hiking consist of four walk and full of pleasure. Likewise Nagarkot B hiking also consist about four hours walk.
Sagarmatha region and Annapurna region are the best hiking destinations in Nepal. To enjoy the sagarmatha (Everest) region, some hikers fly to Lukla from Kathmandu or Ramechhap Manthali airport and start their hike from Lukla to Everest base camp Earth head Mt.Everest (8848m)
Also alternative hiking route begins from Ziri which provide more pleasure then Lukla hike. Similarly many hikers hiking to Annapurna region, which of nature beauties and gifts from God. In addition to hiking place mentioned above, there are many other hiking places in Nepal like Nar Phu valley, Annapurna circuit Tilicho Lake, Manaslu circuit,Kanchenjunga base camp, Pikey peak hill, Makalu base camp and Ghorepani poon hill Muldahi view point, Mardi Himal and many mores.
From the high Himalayas to the lush green foothills, from waterless highlands to shimmering glaciers, Nepal offers a unique arrangement of hiking trails. If there's a better – and easier – place to hike anywhere in the world.
Many of Nepal's most celebrated hikes pass through national parks or protected areas, but permits and national park fees are mostly inexpensive. Teahouses and trekking lodges are commonplace along most of the popular trails, but some routes involve camping, and many treks that pass close to internal borders can only be attempted as an organized trek arranged through an approved trekking agency.
Whether you fancy a short, relaxed hike on a fleeting visit to the mountains, or a challenging multi-week expedition over high passes, Nepal has hikes for all levels of fitness and experience. Here are 10 of the best hikes in Nepal For 2023/2024
The most famous trek in Nepal – if not the world – is the two-week trip to Everest Base Camp, which draws thousands of trekkers every year. Starting and finishing at the precariously balanced airstrip in Lukla, this high-altitude epic provides some fascinating insights into the Sherpa culture of the Solu Khumbu region, and the chance to gaze on the tallest mountain on Earth – known as Sagarmatha in Nepal, and Chomolungma in neighboring Tibet.
Best-quality lodges line the entire route, but the trails can get very busy, particularly during the October–November high season, though few who complete the two- to three-week route are disappointed by the experience. If you want a calmer trek, consider some of the less crowded routes that snake through the foothills around Everest, including the stunning trek to Gokyo and the Three Passes Trek.
The most popular Hike in Nepal, the Annapurna Circuit is stunningly varied. As you walk, you'll encounter plunging valleys, deep gorges, rivers, lakes, glaciers and snow-topped peaks, as well as Gurung, Manangi and Thakali villages.
Literally and figuratively – is the 5,416m (17,768ft) Thorung La, a mountain pass that transports you from the green foothills to the arid Trans-Himalayan plateau.
Best walked counter-clockwise, this trail has numerous options for extensions and side trips, such as the highly rewarding week-long trek to the villages of Nar and Phu. Note that the Annapurna Circuit gets very busy in the peak season. Because of road building, some sections are more developed than you might expect, and the route gets shorter every year as the road reaches new villages.