The elevation of Nepal extends from 60m above sea level to the highest place on earth, Mt. Everest at 8,848 m, all within a distance of 150 km with climate ranging from subtropical to arctic. This wild variation fosters an unbelievable variety of ecosystems, the greatest mountain range on earth, thick tropical jungles rich with a wealth of wildlife, amazing rivers, woody hills and frozen valleys.
Trekking expeditions in Nepal are quite fashionable. They typically call for a close group of people who have been given a list of mountaineering equipment, such as hiking boots, to bring with them to trekking in Nepal. Once they get in the area they depart together to explore. There is commonly a trekking in Nepal guide that comes along on the trip and carries most of the camping equipment and even the travelers’ bags. They prepare the camp, cook meals and break camp, leaving the trekking in Nepal to enjoy the trek without the physical hardship of toting heavy packs.