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The Best Treks in Nepal For Absolute Beginners
Hawrry Bhattarai comment 2 Comments access_time 3 min read

First things first. You simply can’t travel to Nepal and not go trekking. Trek by its definition is not an easy thing to do. It requires some level of physical effort.

There are some trails Which are easy & it all takes a week or less to complete.

From gentler trails to steep climbs there really is something for everyone. To help you plan your trip-Here are some of the best treks in Nepal suited for beginners.

Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek

This trek is a relatively easy trek ideal for beginners. Ghorepani Poon Hill trek is known for best short treks in Nepal. With 5 days in Hand, you will venture into the iconic viewpoint at Poon Hill & at the same time explore the heritage village of Ghandruk.  Blessed with the teasing views of Annapurna South & fishtail Mountain you will hike through local village & rhododendron forest. Further, you will have an opportunity to explore the lake city of Pokhara.

The Tamang Heritage Trail

Form authentic Nepali villages, homestays to old Tamang settlement featured with stunning views of Langtang Lirung Ganesh Himal & Manaslu peak, Tamang Heritage trek is just what you might prefer.

Alongside you can take an optional hike to the holiest lake of Nepal Gosaikunda Lake (4380m). The trail passes through river valleys, terraced farmland and open grasslands. Progressing through the trail you will end up at Tatopani where you will encounter natural hot spring.

The Panchase Trek

Panchase Village trek offers beautiful scenery & alluring mountain views.  This 4-day trek is a great opportunity for novice trekkers to enjoy nature’s offering at an easier pace. Expect to cover around 3-4 hours during the day ideal for Families, children or solo traveller.

Take moment to mesmerize the beauty, take photographs & enjoy the local Hospitality of Panchase Village.

Solu Trek

Situated in lower Everest region Solu trek promises incredible views of Everest & glimpse of local Sherpa culture.

Since its lower elevation, you don’t have to worry about altitude sickness or any other exhausting physical workouts. You will spot monasteries, stupas, prayer wheels & suspension bridges during the trek.

Balthali Village Trek

Lying on the close outskirts of Kathmandu valley the Balthali village trek is rated as one of the best short treks. 3-days of walking along the wider trail alongside stunning views of Himalaya range, it’s daunting.  Starting from Kathmandu you will take a short drive to Dhulikhel & then trek to Namo Buddha progressing to Balthali Village.

lush green forests, ancient temples, terraced farmlands, wooden temples & lifestyle of local people lay claim to your heart

The Dhorpatan Trek

Dhorpatan trek, a newly discovered trek is probably the less frequented trek of Nepal that isn’t too demanding.

Travellers who wish to hit the off beaten trail of Nepal without facing difficulty will enjoy this option.  The Dhorpatan Hunting Reserve lies west of Pokhara & is more accessible. It’s a haunting reserve where you are allowed to haunt restricted animals in certain areas. Amid trek, you can see a variety of wildlife, such as blue sheep, Himalayan Tahr & National Bird-Danphe.


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