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Nepal Trekking Grade

Nepal trekking grades can divide into different levels depending on the features of routes and the elevation. Climates and remoteness also play a role in grading. However, trekking can do by all levels of trekkers comfortably. If we choose the right level of the trek as some routes can be tough, including a higher level of elevations. Therefore we advise people to get some preparations done, such as including walking. Also, do jogging, and stretching in your daily life before you depart. It is also good for people suffering from cardiac or respiratory problems to consult their doctors. Please refer to the different level of trekking below:

Nepal trekking Grade A (Easy):

This Nepal trekking grade easily can be done by any age group.  With the right health conditions and does not require experience at all. You can expect a proper amount of ascents and descents in this level of trekking. Walking times: 3-5 hours walking per day Altitude: less than 3000m Terrain: sightseeing in cities and some optional day walks on well-traveled trails. Remoteness: Hotel and road-based tour

 

Trek Grade: Easy but lots of climbing stairs at Ulleri

Nepal easy grade trekking is short walking days  5 to 6  hours long and reach destinations by lunch by lunch or choose to have lots of stops and sightseeing en route. The trails are relatively even, well-marked and wide; they are usually the main way of traveling from village to village for that area. You don’t need to be an experienced trekker to enjoy this trip – it might be your first ever trek. The easy grade treks usually stay around the below 3500m altitude mark. Please note that the Nepal trek grade is categorized by height not by walking,  even on some easy grade treks we need to climb a lot of stone staircases, you will not have an altitude sickness problem in this trek that’s why it is an easy grade.

Trek Grade: Easy to Moderate

Nepal trekking grade of moderate level is about 5/6 hours walking with the lunch stop en-route and arrive at your camp in the late afternoon. Most trek days are 5 to 6 hours long so we may take a lunch stop en-route in this grade we will also use some smaller, less well-traveled trails that may be rockier underfoot and a little steeper. These Moderate grade treks go up to 4100m in height and durations are 5 to 08 days.

The Nepal trekking grade moderate level is not that long, usually 7 – 10 days in total. There will be we can have a chance to get altitude sickness above 3000m. making sure to climb high and come to sleep at low after 3000m We suggest that if you are at a reasonable level of fitness. You don’t need to be an experienced trekker to enjoy this trip – it might be your first ever trek.

Nepal trekking Grade Moderate

In this level of trekking, the person has to be in proper conditions and also has undoubtedly been doing some regular exercise. Walking times: 4-5 hours per day for up to 8 days Altitude: up to 4000m Terrain: Rough trials and some daily ascents and descents with some exposure. Remoteness: a reasonable level of local infrastructure, including lodge accommodations.

Grade C (Strenuous):

Nepal trekking grade of strenuous needs a good fitness level. It is advisable not to undertake a C-grade trek for those who have asthma, high blood pressure, heart disease, or complicated medical conditions. Walking times: 5-6 hours per day for up to 14 days Altitude: up to 5500m Terrain: well-traveled trails and daily ascents and descents. Remoteness: a reasonable level of local infrastructure, including lodge and accommodation.

Grade D (Tough):

This level is suitable for extremely fit people with mountaineering skills and knowledge. An extreme level of altitude and weather are to be encountered and may have to use ice axes and crampons on some of the treks. Stamina is the key to success in this level of trek. Walking times: 6-10 hours per day for up to 25 days, including rest days. Altitude: up to 6000m Terrain: Rough and rocky sections. An excessive amount of ascents and descents. Remoteness: Includes remote areas, with no access to villages and local infrastructure.

Trek Grade: Moderate

Gosaikund trek is a moderate level of the trek route.  The moderate level of trekking is about 5/6 hours walking with the lunch stop en route and arrive at your camp in the late afternoon. Most trek days are 5 to 6 hours long so we may take a lunch stop en-route in this grade we will also use some smaller, less well-traveled trails that may be rockier underfoot and a little steeper. These Moderate grade treks go up to 4100m in height and durations are 5 to 08 days.

The moderate grade trek overall is not that long, usually 7 – 10 days in total but this trek is 5 days. There will be we can have a chance to get altitude sickness above 3000m. making sure to climb high and come to sleep at low after 3000m We suggest that if you are at a reasonable level of fitness. You don’t need to be an experienced trekker to enjoy this trip – it might b

Nepal trekking Grade Difficult

The difficult grade treks are 5 to 7 hours walking each day. Even in one or two days also a little longer too and some days are shorter. The trails are mixed starting part is well-marked and wide. When we go to the upper part is mostly less well-traveled, rockier underfoot, and steeper. We are making an acclimatization day in our difficult trek after trekking 3,4 days. The difficult trek goes up to 5500m in height.

This is the zone of less oxygen and also our bodies start to notice. Therefore, We need to adjust to the reduced air pressure (and therefore reduced availability of oxygen).  We ask that you have a good level of fitness and stamina. If you’re comfortable going on multi-day walks in mountainous terrain. You can also start in the home country you swim, cycle, run or take a fitness class. Do it a couple of times a week you should find this trek within your means.

You don’t need to be an experienced trekker to enjoy this trip.  Although you should feel very comfortable hiking in the mountains. The chances of altitude sickness are high on this trek. Therefore you need to trek slowly and drink plenty of water and carry enough warm clothing.

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