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Companies Documents Trekking in Nepal is an epic adventure in the planet because Nepal owns some of the best trekking routes of the world. Although seen thin in the map, Nepal offers a diverse trekking options as Nepal hosts majestic Himalaya range that contains eight of the world's highest mountains, culminating in Mount Everest. You can do easy, moderate, and an adventure trekking in the mountains and Himalayas of Nepal of any lengths depending upon your interests, your physical level, and your holiday time-span. While walking through the magnificent forests of oak and rhododendrons beneath the towering white summits, you can understand why some claim Nepal to be the most beautiful place on the planet and trekking in Nepal is not-to-miss adventure in life. Trekking in mountains of Nepal involves walking an average of 5 to 7 hours per day covering about 8 to 12 kilometers. Depending upon the trail you choose, the trekking route passes through forest, villages, farm lands, valleys, meadows, high passes, idyllic hamlets with the backdrop of the magnificent Himalayan range, glaciers, snow fed rivers and lakes with frequent encounter with local faunas. Besides the well established classical tracks that often are crowded during the peak season time, trekkers can also choose virgin tracks or off beaten trails to explore authentic Nepali life and culture. Well established popular classical trails such as Everest base camp trail, Annapurna Base Camp trail, Gokyo Lakes trail, Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek, Langtang trail have plenty of local teahouses where you can stay and eat. You need to do camping and/or homestay trek in off beaten tracks. Trekking in Nepal Himalaya is possible throughout the year, however depending upon the region and trail of your trek you choose; more suitable seasons are there for you to help enjoy the mountain sceneries. Generally for all classical