Top10 Adventure Trekking Route in Nepal 2023

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Trekking in Nepal is an unforgettable travel experience. Nepal for all reasons has been long associated with challenges and thrilling trekking routes. The stunning and best Trekking tours in Nepal have been hosting numerous trekking and expeditions for people across the earth since and widely popular terrain to indulge in the exhilarating activity. What an offer is an opportunity of a lifetime, to experience the sights and sounds of the Himalayas at a price you don’t think were possible. The best way to experience Nepal’s unbeatable combination of natural beauty and cultural riches is to walk through them. One can walk along with the beaten, virgin, and Adventures Track.

Nepal trekking trails have evolved from a dense network of Himalayan trade routes, pilgrims paths, and harder tracks, trod for generations by traders, porters, government officials, and pilgrims, as well as country pioneers trekkers, and mountaineers. walking paths are central to the culture of the Himalayas and they remain vital today. Nepal mountain trails have been used for centuries by Himalayan traders, porters, migrating people, and herders. salt traders would cross the high pass from Tibet to swap their wool and yak butter for rice and other goods from lowland India.

Here is a Top 10 Best Adventure Trekking destination in Nepal

1: Makalu Base Camp Trekking

Makalu Trekking


Total Duration: 15 Days
start/ finish: Num
Max elevation: 4950m
Difficulty: Hard
Best Time to go: October to November, mid-March to May
permit: TIMS card, Makalu Barun National park Permit
Accommodation: Hotel and Tea House
walking hour: 6 to 7  Hrh per Day

A rugged and remote route through the wild country of Arun and Barun Valley into some of the most impressive high-altitude scenery in Nepal. Makalu is the fifth highest mountain in the world ( 8,481m). Mt Makalu resides in the eastern Himalayas range just 19km southeast of the giant Mount Everest on the border of Nepal and China.
The gateway town for the trek is Tumlingtar, accessible by air or a very long bus/ jeep combo from Kathmandu, flowed by a Half-day jeep ride to the trailhead at Num. we started our Adventure hike from Arun valley(435m) to Makalu base camp at the altitude 4950m which around 40km far away from Vally. The trekking was open as the teahouse trek since 2016. Many teahouses are built along the route to provide quality service and facilities to the Trekkers, so you don’t need any tent and camping equipment during Makalu base Camp Trek.

Makalu Base Camp Outline itinerary
Day 01: Arrived in Nepal
Day2: Free and Trekking arrangement, Trekking equipment shopping.
Day3: Fly to Tumlingtar and Drive to Seduwa( 1700m)
Day4: Sedua to Tashigaon( 2063m)
Day 5: Tasigaun to Kauma( 250pm)
Day6: Kauma to Mumbuk(3500m)
Day7: Mumbuk to Nehe Kharka( 3660m)
Day8: Nehe Kharka to Sheraton(4200m)
Day9: Shershon to Makalu base camp( 4853m)
Day10: Explore Makalu Base Camp
Day11: Makalu Base camp To Dobato
Day12: Dobato to Sedua
Day13: Sedua to Mure
Day14: Drive to Tumlingtar
Day15: Fly back to Kathmandu.

2: Kanchenjunga North Base Camp Trekking

Kanchenjanga Trek

Duration: 18 to 20 Days
Maximum elevation: 5140m
Difficulty: Hard
season: October to November and March to May
start: Basantapur to Suketar( Taplejung)
Finish: Suketar Taplejung
permit: $10 per week per person

The most spectacular route to Kanchenjunga climbing from Basantapur through the rising country to the rugged north face, hidden away in the remote alpine country.
The Kanchenjunga base camp trek takes you to the base of mt Kanchenjunga (8598m), the world’s third-highest mountain. This trekking lies in the Kanchanjunga conservation area. a trek to base camp is a remarkable journey with a fantastic high mountain vista. it is also a restricted zone, where you can visit only with a special trekking permit and field staff. facilities for trekkers are limited. most of the night stop is at remote pastures, though between March and late October there are many informal tea houses. which can provide plate meals and hot pots.

Kanchenjunga North Base Camp Trekking itinerary
Day1: Arrived in Kathmandu
Day2: Trekking arrangement, equipment shopping
Day3: Take the flights to Bharatpur and jeep ride to Taplejung
Day4: Trekking from Sakathum to Amjilasa (2400m)
Day5: Trekking from Amilosa to Gyabala( 2730m)
Day6: Trekking from Gybala to Gunsa( 3400m)
Day7: Acclimatization at Ghunsa
Day8: Trekking from Ghunsa to Khambachen (4050m)
Day9: Acclimatization Day at Khambachen, the to Napchu lake or Jannu viewpoint
Day10: Trekking from Khambachen to Lhonak(4790m)
Day11: Excursions to Kanchenjunga north base camp(5140) and trek back to Lonak
Day 12: trekking from Lonak to Khambachen
Day13: Khambachen to Ghunsa
Day14: Ghunsa to Amjilaso
Day15: Trekking to Sakathum
Day16: Sakathum yo Ilam
Day17: Ilam to Kathmandu
Day18: Back to home

3: Sherpani Col Pass Trekking

Sherpani Trekkiing

Duration: 25 Days
Max’s Elevation: 5700m
Difficulty: Hard
Season: October to November and March to May
Start: Lukla
Finished: Tumlingtar
Permit: Restricted area permit, Trek permit, TIMS card
accommodation: Tea house and hotel and Camping
Activities: 6 to 7 hours

This is one of the wildest high mountain Adventure trekking trails that involves some rope climbing as well. Sherpani col is an excellent opportunity to explore the less beaten trails of the Makalu region combined with the popular Everest region. This trek is the longest trekking trail in the Makalu region though it touches both Makalu and Everest regions. it is undoubtedly one of the most strenuous treks in the Himalayas which requires extensive preparation and physical fitness before you head for this trek.

This trek start From Arun Valley following the rural areas, through fascinating medieval traditional market and farm village, this walk-in follows picturesque and really trekking routes. Sherpani Col trekking offers a breathtaking view of the world’s highest mountains: Makalu, Kanchenjunga, and Everest. The trail connects with the Khumbu region at Chukkung Crossing after the Ambhu Lepcha pass. it normally takes a few days to reach down to Lukla via the Sherpa Village of Pangboche, Phortse, and Namche Bazar.

Sherpani Col Trekking itinerary
Day1: Arrived in Kathmandu
Day2: Preparation Day in Kathmandu
Day3: Fly to Tumlingtar and drive to Num
Day4: Trek to Sedua(1540m)
Day5: Trek to Tasigaon (2070m)
Day6: Trek to Khongma (3560m)
Day7: Rest at Khongma
Day8: Cross Shipton la to Debotay (3800m)
Day9: Trek ti Yangle Kharak (3700m)
Da10: Trekking to Langmale Kharka
Day11: Rest at Langmale Kharka
Day12:Trek to Makalu Base Camp(4900m)
Day13: Rest At Makalu base camp
Day14: Rest at Makalu base camp
Day 15: Trek to Low camp(5200m)
Day16: Trek ti Sherpani Col High Camp(5700m)
Day17:Cross Sherpani col(6135m),west Col(6143m) and trek to Baruntse Base Camp(5700m)
Day18: Rest at Baruntse base camp
Day19: Trek to Amphu lapse la High Camp(5400m)
Day20: Cross Amphu Laptsa la pass(5850) and trek to Imja lake camp(5100m)
Day21: Trek to Dingboche(4410m)
Day22: Trek to Tengboche
Day23: Trek to Namche
Day24: Trek to Lukla
Day25: Flying back to Kathmandu
Day26: Rest at Kathmandu
Day27: Fly back Home.

4: Rupina la Pass Trekking

Sherpani La Trek
Duration: 20 Days
Max’s Elevation: 5160m
Difficulty: Hard
Season: March to May, October to December
Start: Barpak
Finished: Dharapani
Permit: Restricted area permit, Trek permit, TIMS card
accommodation: Tea house and hotel and Camping
Activities: 6 to 7 hours

The Rupina La pass(4610m) is the Wilderness and Adventure and Challenging trekking trail and destination in Nepal. This trek was officially opened for tourists in 1991. This trekking trail is a fewer tourists area and the untouched nature of Nepal Himalaya lies in the Manaslu region. The hiking route is not an east trekking pass where very few tourists get visitors and are less preferred though it is very stunning and interesting.

Rupina la pass Trekking strat from Gorkha Aurughat, the old capital of the most powerful king of Nepal after 8 hours Drive from Kathmandu city.
we trek up the wild Daraidi River, Ganesh Himal, and Buddha Himala. The trekking trail offers Hindu and remote villages, protected wildlife, precarious bridges, Rhododendron and wildflowers, strong Tibetan Influences, stunning landscapes, lush valleys, and different species of wild animals and birds.
Rupina la pass trekking trail offers such a stunning mountain view like Word 8th highest mountain Manaslu(8163m), Ganesh Himal, Himala Chuli, Rupina la, Boudha Himal, peak 29. When we cross the interesting Rupina la pass(4610m) then join with the Larkya pass trek of Manaslu.

Rupina la Pass Trekking Itinerary
Day1: Arrived in Kathmandu
Day2: Preparations Day in Kathmandu
Day3: Drive to Gorkha to Baluwa(780m)
Day4: Trekking to Barpak(1950m)
Day5: Trekking to Gar Kharka(2900m)
Day6: Trekking to Sangrag Kharka( 3800m)
Day7: Trekking to Rupina la pass(4720m) to Buddha Himal Base Camp(3600m)
Day8: Trek to Jhong Kharka(2960m)
Day9: Trekking to Nyak(2340m)
Day10: Trekking to Bihi Phedi(1990m)
Day11: Trekking to Namrung(2630m)
Day12: Trekking to Sama Gaun(3530m)
Day13: Rest at Sama Gaun
Day13: Trekking to Samdo(3875m)
Day14: Trekking to Dharamsala (4460m)
Day15: Trekking to Larke pass(5160m) to Bhimtang(3590m)
Day15: Trekking to Gao(2515m)
Day16: Trekking to Dharapani
Day17: Drive to Besisahar to Kathmandu
Day18: Relaxing at Kathmandu
Day19: Back to home

5: Upper Dolpa Trek

Upper Dolpo Trek

Duration: 26 Days
Max’s Elevation: 5700m
Difficulty: Hard
Season: March to November, Monsoon month
Start: Kathmandu
Finished: Kathmandu
Permit: Restricted area permit, Trek permit, TIMS card
accommodation: Tea house and hotel and Camping
Activities: 6 to 7 hours

upper Dolpo Trek is an Adventure trekking destination in remote areas of Mid Western Nepal. Only after 1989, the trekking trail was open to foreign trekkers. this trekking trail is an unspoiled area of Nepal that is closed to Tibet. Dolpo is a remote and spectacular corner of the Himalayas, bound to the east and south by the huge Dhawalagiri and Churen Himal range, to the west by Jumla district and isolated from the rest of Nepal by high passes to the south. it is a region of mystical beauty and its remoteness adds to the sense of Adventure among its Visitors. The area is famous for the rearly animal like snow leopards and blue sheep. It is located beyond the Dhawalagiri Himalaya rain shadows area, which is also one of the most remote and isolated areas of Nepal.

The Upper Dolpo trek Offers views of peak-like Kagmara, Kanjiroba, Crytal mountain, memorizing shy Phoksundo lake( The deepest lake in Nepal), 800 years old monastery, Diversified landscape, isolated villages of Ringmo, and pristine Buddhist culture and lifestyle. This trekking is long, Strenuous, and requires a high level of physical fitness with previous trekking experience.

Day1: Arrived in Kathmandu
Day2: Preparation Day in Kathmandu
Day3: Drive to Nepalgunj(150m)
Day4: Fly to jhupal(2475m) and trek to Dunai(2140)
Day5: Trekking to Chhekpa(2678m)
Day6: Trekking to Samduwa (3038m)
Day7: Trekking to Phoksundo lake(3600m)
Day8: Rest and chill Dat at Phoksundo lake
Day9: Trekking to Phoksundo Khola(3750)
Day10: Trekking to Low camp(4500m)
Day11: Trekking cross to Nagdola pass(5350m) to Shey Gumpa(4343m)
Day12: Acclimatization day in Shey Gumpa
Day13: Trekking Cross Sela la pass(5094m) to Namgung (4370m)
Day14:Trekking to Saldang(3770m)
Day15: Trekking to Yangtshergumpa (4960m)
Day16: Trekking to Sibu(4560m)
Day17:Trekking to Jeng la phedi( 4900m)
Day18: Trekking to Tokyu(4240m)
Day19: Trekking to Dho Tarap(3944m)
Day20: Trekking to Tarap Khola(3800m)
Day21: Trekking to Khanigau (3100m)
Day22: Trekking to Tarakot(2540m)
Day22: Trekking to Dunai(2140m)
Day23: Trekking to Jhupal( 2475m)
Day24: Fly to Nepalgunj and Drive back to Kathmandu
Day25: Enjoyed in Kathmandu
Day26: Flying back home

6: Everest Three Pass Trekking

Three Pas Trekking
Duration: 20 Days
Max’s Elevation: 5535m
Difficulty: Hard
Season: October to November and March to May
Start/ Finish: Lukla
Permit: Sagarmatha National park permit and Municipality entrance fee
accommodation: Tea house and hotel
Activities: 6 to 7 hours

This is the ultimate Everest circuit, rising from Lukla to Chhukung, crossing the 5535m kong ma la pass to Labuche and Everest base, continuing over the 5420m Chola to Gokyo, then crossing the 5345 Renjo la to Thame and Namche Bazar. only for the true Adventures. The approximately total distance of the three-pass trek is 166km(103 miles). The three-pass trek in Nepal offers the ultimate and complete trekking experience in the Everest region. This trekking takes 21 days in total it is also the longest trek we run in Nepal. so Three passes are one of the really Adventures and hardened trekkers. This incredible pass trek really offers all the best of the Khumbu region.
The most popular season for the three-pass trek is the same as the Everest base camp Autumn season ( September to November). The second high season is spring ( March to May) This is also peak season for Everest Climbing.

Everest Three pass trekking itinerary
Day1: Arrived in Kathmandu
Day2: Flights to Lukla and trekking to Phakding (2600m)
Day3: Trekking from Phakding to Namche(3440m)
Day4: Acclimatization day at Namche Bajar
Day5: Trekking from Namche to Tengboche (3800m)
Day6: Trekking from Tengboche to Dingboche (4260m)
Day7: Acclimatization Day at Dingboche
Day8: Trekking from Dingboche to Chukung (4750m)
Day9: Trekking ti Kongmolapass (5535m) and to Labuche (4928m)
Day10: Trekking from Labuche to Gorakshep(5170m) and EBC (5360m) return to Gorakshep.
Day11: Trekking from Gorakshep to Kala Patthar (5643m) and trek down Dzonga(4830m)
Day12: Trekking from Dzongla to Chola pass(5367m) and down to Thangnak(4750m)
Day13: Trek from Thangnak to Gokyo lake(4750m)
Day14: Gokyo rest and climb Gokyo Ri (5357M)
Day15: Trekking from Gokyo to Renjo la pass(5360m) and descent to Thame village(4210m)

Day16: Trek from Thame to Monjo(2860m)
Day17: Trek from Monjo to lukla(2860m)
Day18: Fly back to Kathmandu
Day19: Rest and Sightseeing in Kathmandu city
Day20: Fly back Home.

7: Guerrilla Trek

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Duration: 16 Days
Max’s Elevation: 3410m
Difficulty: Hard
Season: October to November and March to May
Start: Beni
Finished: Sulichaur
Permit: Restricted area permit, Trek permit, TIMS card
accommodation: Tea house and hotel and Camping
Activities: 6 to 7 hours

The Guerrilla Trek has become a new tourist attraction in the Nepal trekking trail. The trek route provides one with an opportunity to meet the people who have yet to be affected by commercialization. The main object of the Guerilla trail is to introduce its tourists related to Guerilla and real stories related to them. Having a difficult geographical terrain with unspoiled culture lifestyle(Nepal ten years Conflict civil war(1996 to 2006) of people living in this region have highly affected after the civil war. During this trek, tourists can talk face to face with most rebel and war victims’ local people so this will help to know the several about the moist insurgency.

This region will also be a pleasure to return visitors and all Nepal lovers. The region it itself for less number of inhabitants with rich in its beauty and diversity trail offers dance of Rhododendron and vegetation with the lush green hill, rare wildlife, many kinds of bird, stunning view of Himalayan mountains. During this trek, we will pass the Dhorpantan hunting reserve, the only hunting reserve in Nepal. we can see the breathtaking view of Mount Dhaulagiri, Putha Himal, Sisne Himala, and many more.

Guerrilla Trekking itinerary
Day1: Arrived in Kathmandu
Day2: Drive To Beni
Day3: Trekking to Tamak( 1675m)
Day4: Trekking to Moreni( 2275m)
Day5: Trekking to Gurjaghat( 3015m)
Day6: Trekking to Dhorpatant( 2870m)
Day7: Trekking to Niseldhor (2620m)
Day8: Trekking to Tika( 2285m)
Day9: Trek to Lukum(2695m)
Day 10: Trek to Thawang( 1975m)
Day11: Trek to Sukulbang( 2110m)
Day12: Trek to Jelbang( 1635m)
Day13: Trek to Sulichaur(830m)
Day14: Drive back to Kathmandu
Day15: Rest at Kathmandu
Day16: Flights back to home

8: Ganesh Himal Trekking

Ganesh Himal Trekking
Duration: 14 Days
Max’s Elevation: 4100m
Difficulty: Hard
Season: October to November and March to May
Start: Betrawati
Finished: Kintang Phedi
Permit: Restricted area permit, Ganesh Himal Trek permit, TIMS card
accommodation: Tea house and hotel and Camping
Activities: 6 to 7 hours

Ganesh Himal Trek is one of the trekking destinations in the central-eastern region. This trekking is a nontourist trekking trail and not many tourists and the least explored areas are Nepal Himalaya. Ganesh Mountain trek has a lot of Tibetan influence make it a truly awesome trekking experience. During this trek, observe many interesting ethnic groups mixed with lifestyle, Tamang Culture, spectacular view of the mountain, and colorful Rhododendron forest.

The Ganesh Himal Mountain can clearly be seen from Kathmandu valley during the Autumn season. During this trek, we will find Famous mountain peaks like Lamjung Himal, Annapurna range, Langtang range, And Untouched Ganesh Himal. The best time to go the Ganesh Himal trek is during the Autumn season October to December. This trekking above during Monsoon season for safety. This trekking offers a Glorious panoramic view of Ganesh, Manaslu, and Langtang Himal range, Foret trail leads you to lush Rhododendron, oak, pine trees, great hospitality, multiple rivers and cross various suspension bridges, farmland, shepherd.

outline Trekking itinerary
Day1:Arrived in Kathmandu
Day2: Drive to Sole Bajar(700m)
Day3: Trekking to Kipsang(1900m)
Day4: Trekking to Gonga(2800m)
Day5: Trekking to Rupchet( 3600m)
Day6: Rest and Acclimatization Day at Rupchet
Day7: Trekking to Shing la pass(4100m) To Larkap(3700m)
Day8: Trekking to Pangsang la( 3800m)
Day9: Trekking to Somtang (3200m)
Day10: Trekking to Kingtang phedi
Day11: Trekking to Katunje
Day12: Drive to Kathmandu
Day13: Rest Day at Kathmandu
Day14: Fly back home


Manaslu Circuit trekking

Manaslu Circuit Trek
Duration: 18 Days
Max’s Elevation: 5100m
Difficulty: Hard
Season: October to November and March to May
Start: Aurughat Bajar
Finished: Dharapani
Permit: Restricted area permit, ACAP and MCAP permit, TIMS card
accommodation: Tea house and hotel
Activities: 6 to 7 hours

The Trek around the world’s 8th highest mountain Manaslu (8156m), was only opened to tourists in 1991 and for years it was only possible as a camping trekking. but nowadays they built amazing tea houses for comfortable sleep for night and morning with a Hot coffee.
Regards by many as Nepal’s best treks, the Manaslu circuit offers an Annapurna-like package of spectacular view, increasingly rugged scenery, and a high pass crossing at Larke la(5100m), but without the crowd and apple pies.

This trek is for someone who wants something different in Nepal but still offers the most striking and jaw-dropping scenery. This circuit passes many Nepalese cultural sites, River views, forests, mountains view, including traditional Tamang, Sherpa Settlements, Hinang Gumpa, Kaal Taal, Pungyen Gumpa, Lajung la, etc.
Traditionally, most have attempted this trek from the village of Arughat, around 125km northwest of Kathmandu. the trail follows the Budi Gandaki, a deep, long river gorge with many suspension bridges. usually, the Manaslu circuit trek is 12 to 18 days.

Manaslu Circuit trekking itinerary
Day1: Arrived in Kathmandu
Day2: Drive to Arughat Bajar and trek to Soti Khola 730m
Day3: Trekking to Machha Khola(1070m)
Day4: Trekking to Philim( 1570m)
Day5: Trekking to Deng( 1860m)
Day6: Trekking to Ghap( 2250m)
Day 7: Trekking to Namrung( 2660m)
Day8 :Trekking to Lho( 3180m)
Day9: Trekking to Samagau(3530m)
Day10: Acclimatization Day at Samagau
Day11: Trekking to Samdo( 3875m)
Day12: Trekking to Dharamsala( 4480m)
Day13: Trekking to Bhimtang(3720m) by crossing Larkya la Pass(5160m)
Day14: Trekking to Bhimtang to Gho(2550m)
Day15: Trekking to Dharapani(1910m)
Day16: Take a local jeep to Besisahar and Same day Drive back to Kathmandu
Day17: Relaxing day at Kathmandu
Day 18: Flying back to Home.

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