Himalayan Experience Trek

Himalayan Experience trek
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About Trekking Information

 

Trekking Information & equipment:

Anyone can do low elevation trekking in Nepal, India and Tibet between the ages of 7 to 70 years. If you are physically fit and healthy for the trek.

Porters carry most of your personal equipment, you need a small backpack for daily needs such as camera, water bottle, warm or waterproof clothing, toilet paper, notebook and pen etc. Sometimes you feel unwell, your guide will help you carry your pack and support you.

En –route you can visit your interests such as schools, monasteries, temples and local villages, bird-watching, photography etc. Some trekking days are short and some are longer, because of local accommodation and camping sites.


Kinds of trekking at Nepal:
 

Teahouse treks: which means during the trek you have to spend night at a local simple lodge or hotels with basic rooms and meals, which is less expensive and easier than camping (organize) trek. For this trek you need just a porter to carry your few necessary personal trekking equipment as a season. You may need a trekking guide for a busy area in the busy season.

Normal camping trek: In the Himalayan region, where teahouses or local hotels and lodges are not available, you can do a camping trek. For such trek we provide tent accommodation with sleeping bags and mattress, enough food supply, Gas, camping equipment, experience trekking guide, Sherpa, kitchen staffs, animal or human porters, medical facilities trek above 4,000m. is normal tented camping trek.

Adventure camping trek: At Himalayan remote area where not any local settlement, complete organize trek, with enough foods supply, Gas, tent accommodation with sleeping bag and mattress, camping equipment, experience trekking guide, Sherpa, climbing gears, healthy kitchen staffs, strong human porters with well equipment, medical facilities, Satellite phone, rescue service, trek above 5,000m. is adventure tented trek.

Peak climbing and trek: There are several trekking peaks at different parts of Nepal, which you can climb during the trekking. Most of the trekking peaks routes there are tea house facilities, you need tent accommodation only at base camp and high camp for a couple days. For such a trek you need to hire a climbing guide and porters.

Trek Equipment checklist:

Clothing: Boots and spare laces, light shoes / trainers, down or fibre pile jacket, fleece or sweater, shirts (x 3), trekking trousers (and /or long skirt for women), waterproof poncho or umbrella, sun hat, woollen hat, gloves, socks (x 3), underwear (including thermals).

Other essential items: Kitbag and padlock, small rucksack, sleeping bag (4 seasons +) with liner, water bottle (1 litre capacity), head torch (+ spare battery & bulbs), mending kit, personal first aid, sun and snow glasses/goggles, sun cream (factor 15+) & lip slave, towel & wash kit, whistle, passport, passport-size photographs, plastic bags, money belt.

Optional: : Camera (with high-capacity memory cards and extra batteries), trekking poles / walking sticks, binoculars, notebook, pen etc.

Himalayan Experience trek from east to west Nepal,Tibet and Ladakh. Mr. Kirken Sherpa, Aschbach 46, A - 6444 Langenfeld, Tirol, Austria
Tel: + 977 9841 737 555 (Nepal) / + 43664 551 5546 (Austria) Email: hellokirken@gmail.com
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