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Trekking regions

Eastern Nepal

This is a friendly relatively developed area where it is generally possible to find rough accommodation in villages. In the Everest region the teahouse accommodation is highly developed. There's an incredible concentration of BIG Mountains, each with a pleasant walk in. The entire east also offers some incredible high altitude exploring.

Kangchenjunga, Makalu Base Camp, Everest via Jiri (Walk in to Namche) - then Khumbu-Everest, Everest via Salpa-Arun , Everest: Fly in to Lukla, Quick Everest: Fly in to Lukla, Exploring the Khumbu (Everest region), Exploring Near Everest, Everest 'Trekking' Peak, Rolwaling, Arun Vally, Makalu etc.

Central Nepal

The middle hills are densely populated meaning interesting cultural walks. Above are massif after massif of huge mountains: Langtang Himal, Ganesh Himal, Manaslu range and the Annapurnas. These can be linked for some of the best trekking routes in the world. Annapurna and Langtang have good lodges making teahouse trekking easy.

Manaslu Circuit, Ganesh Himal, Ganesh Himal - Paldor Peak 5928m, Langtang Valley,  Langtang climbing, Gosainkund, Helambu,Shivapuri (Nagarkot), Timal 4 days trek, Jugal Himal,Annapurna Circuit,Annapurna-Manang climbing,Jomsom Trail, Poon Hill / Ghandruk, Annapurna Sanctuary (Annapurna South Face Base Camp), Annapurna Sanctuary climbing, Upper Mustang (Lo Monthang) etc.

Mid-West Nepal

Simple teahouses and some camping required. On a cultural walk the 3250m/10,660ft Jaljala is the highest point and you should camp here. Tansen is a beautiful untouristed hill station. Dhorpatan,Churen Himal Base Camp, Around Dhaulagiri (Marpha to Pokhara), Western Nepal - Nepal's Wild West, Dolpo (Walk In), Dolpo (Fly In) , Quick Dolpo (Trek up to Phuksumdo Lake and back.), Upper Dolpo, Rara Lake, Api-Saipal, Mt Kailash (Cross into Tibet west of Simikot. Return via Simikot or Lhasa).

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