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Trip Grade

When you select a vacation, it's important to know if the trip is a good match for your fitness level. You want to make sure the pace of the walking, biking, hiking, paddling or riding you'll be doing is well-suited to you and your group or family members.  We've rated our trips based on the level of difficulty of the featured activity. For example, the rating on a walking trip addresses the walking challenge it presents, while a mountain climbing trip's rating highlights the degree facing climbers. Our treks vary from easy hikes in the foothills to challenging climbing adventures in the high Himalaya. More often than not, we use trails that have since ancient times been the only link between villages, settlements, and their inhabitants. The trails may take you through a well-inhabited area with many villages and tea-shops, or through a mountain wilderness without a single permanent settlement for days, but one thing is certain: there'll be lots of ups and downs as we walk from one Himalayan valley to another. Treks are graded on the basis of altitude, trails, walking hours per day, and length of trek.


Look for detailed information about daily physical requirements in each trip's itinerary. Also, remember that the pace of each trip can vary depending on the fitness and age range of each travel group.


Trip Ratings:


Easy : In this Trekking Grade in Nepal, any trekkers can do which lead a reasonably active life. It is the easiest treks, tours and walking in a day is not exceeding more than 5 hours, but it is depend upon to your walking speed. The trips will not more than 3000m and around of 7 to 10 days trekking on camping. There is a plenty of opportunities to view the Himalayas. The examples of this trekking grade are Trekking to Poonhill, Everest view trekking, around Kathmandu valley trekking etc.


Moderate:  are included in the higher altitudes and connecting to the plateau's of the Tibet and 3000m above the sea level. Moderate treks are designed for 7 to 15 days that rely on the trekkers' interests as well. In this Trekking grades, trekkers need to walk up to 5 to 6 hours in days and not so hard trekking. It is mixture of some longer and shorter trek. Paths can be rough, steep and have many ‘ups’ and ‘downs’ with some exposure. Early in the season expect snow patches at higher altitudes. Good health conditions and level of fitness are essential.. 


Intermediate:  These active trips require you to have performed the featured activity regularly, with some periods on challenging terrain. Activities are mandatory and you may be traveling at high elevations or facing Class III to IV rapids. Your biking may exceed 40 miles (64 km) daily. Your lodging and camping accommodations may be primitive and in remote locations.


Difficult: On these trips, you must be extremely physically fit and are expected to hike or bike over steep or more rugged terrain or in elevations exceeding 10,000 feet (3,000 m), often in remote locations far from medical facilities. On rafting trips, you will face Class IV to V-rated rapids that require paddling experience. You may camp in subzero conditions. 


Tough: These are the most challenging trips we offer, including climbing Everest, K-2 or dog sledding above the Arctic Circle. You may travel in sub-zero arctic conditions and must have a measurable level of expertise in the featured sport. You will travel in remote areas, far from medical facilities and conventional accommodations.

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Lazimpat, Kathmandu, Nepal
Tel: +977 1 400 21 08

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