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New Trekking Routes in Nepal

Distinctive of its topographical diversity, Nepal presents an immense scope for trekking in the Himalayan region. The contrasts in the altitude and varied geography in Nepal support a striking mix of diverse cultures, lifestyle and biodiversity.

Tapping some of the unique potential of these features, new trekking areas have been recently opened. These treks provide the perfect answer to all those trekkers who are looking for new trekking areas and adventure and diverse cultural and natural treasures of Nepal.

Dhudkunda Khaling Trek (11 Days)

Dudhkunda lake (4,560m) is in the lap of Mt. Numbur and is quickly becoming a new popular trekking destination in Everest region. The Dhudkunda Khaling Trek takes you through dense forests of rhododendron and experience a variety of wildlife combined with cultures of Rai community. Dudhkunda literally means ‘milky lake’ and is regarded a sacred lake.

Pikey Peak Trail Trekking (9 Days)

This Pikey Peak 13,500 ft. entwines with the Chyabe across east to west. It’s name, Pikey, comes from the two titles of the Sherpas. The month of July is a time of great celebration as the locals worship their clan god, the eastern Chyabo Pikey, as Pikey Hlapchen Karbu in the celebrations.

Tamang Heritage Trail Trek (8 Days)

Tamang Heritage trek is one of the newly opened treks which combine an enchanting journey into Tamang culture of the North and magnificent mountain views. Trekking through Tamang villages gives you a wonderful opportunity to closely observe the community’s lifestyle, culture and crafts such as basket weaving.

Machhapuchre TAAN Model Trek(10 Days)

If you are looking for a fresh trekking trail that offers you captivating views of mountain ranges, rich vegetation and the culture and lifestyle of the ethnic dwellers then this is just the perfect one for you. This trail was identified and developed by TAAN western Regional Capture Pokhara with the role objective of promoting Pokhara and its surrounding areas.

Jaljala Trek (12 Days)

Jaljala, located in Thabang Village Development Committee (VDC) of the Rolpa district is one of the newly opened trekking areas in Nepal. A visit to Jaljala in the spring time transports you to a magical land with a colorful carpet of wild blossoms, green meadows and Rhododendron forests.

Machhapuchhre Base Camp Trek (11 Days)

If you are looking for a fresh trekking trail that offers you captivating views of mountain ranges, rich vegetation and the culture and lifestyle of the ethnic dwellers then Machhapuchhre Base Camp Trek is just the perfect one for you.

Numbur Cheese Circuit Trek (16 Days)

Numbur Cheese Circuit Trek is one of the recently opened new trekking routes in Nepal. Numbur Cheese Circuit takes you on a picturesque passage through two river valleys namely Khimti and Likhu valleys, which are nestled on the foothills of Everest and Rolwaling region respectively.

Indigenous Peoples Trail Trekking (08 Days)

Indigenous People's Trail presents a unique opportunity for an intimate exploration of one of the most culturally diverse areas of Nepal. The trail is home to several indigenous communities, namely Sherpa, Newar, Thami, Tamang, Yolmo and Majhi. The pristine forests of Sailung, Rajveer, Augleshwori, Galba and Khandadevi offer a ecological heaven for such wildlife as pheasant, deer and Langur monkeys. 

Guerrilla Trek

Guerrilla Trek is a newly opened trekking trail which explores the western region of Nepal, namely Rolpa and Rukum. Trekking along the Guerrilla Trek offers hikers to follow the footprints once used by the Maoist guerillas in Nepal.

Badimalika Culture Trek

Badimalika Culture Trek is one of the newly opened trekking areas in Nepal, under the initiative of Trekking Agencies’ Association of Nepal (TAAN). Badimalika Culture Trek is named after Badimalika Temple in the Bajura district of Far Western region of Nepal.

Tsum Valley Trek (16 Days)

Tsum Valley is one of the few unexplored trekking routes in the Himalayas, lying close to Tibet. Referred to as ‘Beyul Kyimolung’, or the ‘holy hidden valley of happiness’, it is one of the most sacred Buddhist places in the Himalayan region. Tsum Valley was opened for trekking as recent as 2007.