A trip to Nepal definitely calls for a short trek in the Himalayas foothills. With thousands of trekking trails to choose from, you will find some of the most popular and famous short trekking trails in the world. An enormous palette of trekking routes is right in front of you. You can choose to begin from the lake city of Pokhara to the glorious Annapurna foothills, another option is to go on a countryside hike from the ancient city of Kathmandu and or you can either go on a full-fledged short trek Everest region to come face to face with the majestic Mt. Everest and get some insights on the Buddhist culture of the famous Sherpa people and explore few of the legendary monasteries.
Lying at 827m and 200km west from Kathmandu, the lake city of Pokhara is a city of tranquil and an ideal getaway from all the hustle and bustle of Kathmandu. Serene Lakes, interesting caves and culturally important temples with the panorama of high mountains on its northern skyline are only a few things which make this place special. North of Pokhara lies trekkers paradise with an abundance of short trekking trails that can be as short as one day to as long as a month. This short trek at the natural haven will offer you spectacular views of the Annapurna, Dhaulagiri, Machhapuchhre, Nilgiri, Manaslu and some other mountains along with the beautiful hill villages inhabited by friendly people.
Tailor-made for those short on time, these short treks give you a glimpse of the Himalayan hiking experience. This is also suitable for those on a short holiday wishing to enjoy the beautiful mountain sceneries in a leisurely walk with their friends or families. Many of these treks may seem similar to you but the approach routes are different, and we definitely know many different viewpoints and non-touristy routes around Pokhara which you may not know about without our assistance. Although these treks are short, they will offer you a few days of serenity as you go close to nature with an authentic trekking experience.
These treks are considered "easy" by professional hikers while nonprofessionals and first-timers find them "easy to moderate” in difficulty. All treks in Nepal involve uphill and downhill walks for most parts of the trail.
You need not be very fit for these treks but the moderate level of fitness is always required and expected. Being mentally prepared is also one of the major requirements. With the successful operation of these treks for young kids of 7 to senior citizens of 78 – we guarantee that everyone can enjoy them.
A Short hike and trek will make a perfect combination along with sightseeing tours, exotic jungle safaris, and thrilling rafting trips. You can choose as to what you would like to be involved in and let us know what more you would like to add to your itinerary, we will estimate the best budget to suit your needs.