Trekking is one of the biggest reasons people come to Nepal. It is a chance to enjoy the incredible scenic views of the mighty Himalayas. There are snowcapped peaks, dense forests of rhododendron, and villages that feature a variety of cultures. Of course, there are treks anywhere from 10 days to a month in length, but what if you don't have time for such a long trek? That is not a problem. You can do a trek in as short as a day, or even just two or three days.
Treks can be anywhere from beginner and family treks to those that will challenge even the most ardent trekker. All treks come with fantastic views as well as wonderful people to meet. There is plenty of culture and scenery to enjoy in a short trek. Some of the best - selling trips in the Short Trekking include the following:
Short treks can be anywhere in the country. There are treks around Kathmandu and Pokhara. There are short treks into the Langtang region as well as farther east near Mt. Everest. There are many different short treks to choose from. Pick your mountain range and we have a trek available there.
Swiss Nepal Family Trekking & Expedition has many different short treks to choose from. In addition, we can also put together a custom trek designed for whatever skill level you need as well as the length of time you have in the country. No matter what you would like to do, we can help you to make it a reality.
There is nothing quite like a sunrise and sunset over the mighty Himalayas. The rays of the effulgent sun change the color of the snowcapped peaks, as they go from grey to reddish-orange to finally a brilliant white. The rising sun bursts forth above the mountains in breathtaking awe. Finally, t..[+] Read More
Some of the finest views of the High Himalayas can be seen right from the rim of the hills that ring the Kathmandu Valley. These high hills rise to an elevation of over 2800 meters which afford some breathtaking views. These places are easy to reach, enjoyable to trek and allows you to stay in you..Cost: $546 Per Person [+] Read More
The Sherpa are the famed people of the mountains. Their land is Mt. Everest, and they have been able to farm in a land that is literally on the roof of the world. This nine day trek takes you into the heart of Sherpa Land, in the area known as Lower Solu Khumbu.
This trek is less popular than o..Cost: $1230 Per Person [+] Read More
Namche Bazaar was once a sleepy little Sherpa village where nothing much happened. But then, Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay climbed Mt. Everest in 1953 and from that point on, visitors started to come to the region. Namche Bazaar went from a tiny little village to a small city, with all sor..Cost: $1410 Per Person [+] Read More
The village of Balthali is a wonderfully quaint mountain village where time seems to stand still. Nestled among forests of magnolia and rhododendron, it is situated on a plateau above the confluence of the Roshi and Ladku Khola Rivers. This is an ideal place for nature lovers, bird-watchers and th..[+] Read More
When it comes to trekking, most people quickly leave the Kathmandu Valley to head for various mountain locations. Yet the Valley rim contains some of the finest trekking possibilities in all of Nepal! There are great views of the Kathmandu Valley as well as some of the highest peaks in the world. ..[+] Read More