Trekking Grades

Trekking in Nepal is graded based on geographical location, altitude gain, and daily duration of trekking. Nepal boasts topographical diversity, with elevations ranging from just 60 meters above sea level to the summit of Mount Everest at 8,848 meters, (29,029 ft). This means there are numerous trekking sites available, from easy and relaxed to strenuous and challenging, in the foothills of the Nepalese Himalayas.

Dear valued clients, we request that you take the time to understand your own grade to ensure a safe, enjoyable, and memorable trekking experience in the Himalayas. There are various trip options available, including luxurious trips, teahouse trekking with high passes, camping trekking in the wilderness, and trips that include peak climbing and other adventure activities.


Join us for a luxurious trek to the Himalayas with no age or fitness restrictions. The trail reaches a maximum altitude of 3,800 meters, (12,467 ft) and takes 8 to 12 days with 4 to 6 hours of walking each day, depending on your pace. The path is not too rugged and offers breathtaking mountain views and diverse landscapes. Enjoy a variety of delicious meals and drinks, with access to internet and wifi services. Luxurious rooms are available for accommodation along the way, as you pass through farmer's farms, ethnic villages, religious sites, local culture, cross high bridges over sparkling rivers and waterfalls, and isolated villages. The trek includes the Ghorepani and Everest panorama.


Embark on an easy-graded trek suitable for all ages, but with a requirement for physical fitness and good acclimatization. The trail reaches an altitude of 4,500 meters, (14,763), with a mixture of uphill and downhill, and takes 12 to 15 days with 4 to 8 hours of relaxed walking each day, depending on your pace. The trail is moderately bumpy and offers breathtaking mountain views and landscapes. Enjoy a variety of delicious meals and drinks, with access to internet and wifi services, and comfortable rooms for accommodation along the way. The trek passes through charming ethnic villages, farmers' farms, religious sites, high bridges over deep rivers, waterfalls, and isolated beauty. Trek options include, Mardi Himal Trek, Solu Pike Trek, Lantang Trek, Gokyo Fifth Lake Trek, and Upper Mustang Trek.

Moderate difficult:

Embark on a moderately difficult trek with a high pass reaching up to 5,416 meters (17,769 ft) and a mix of uphill and downhill walks. The trail includes snow-covered lands, potential avalanche and rockfall zones, glaciers, moraines, and snow-covered trails in snowfall season. The trip lasts 15 to 18 days with daily walking hours ranging from 6 to 9 hours, depending on your pace. Despite the challenging trail, you'll be rewarded with stunning mountain vistas and wide landscapes, including lakes. To ensure a successful and safe trek, participants should be physically fit, mentally prepared, and well-acclimatized. Enjoy delicious meals and comfortable accommodations with internet and wifi access along the route. The trek passes through isolated beautiful villages, farmers' farms, ethnic lands, religious sites, and from subtropical forests to alpine forests. This includes the Annapurna base camp trek, Annapurna Tilicho Lake Trek, Thorong La Pass Trek, Gokyo lake-Chola Pass Trek, Gokyo lake and Renjola pass trek and the Everest Base Camp Trek.


Embark on a difficult trail that involves crossing more than two passes over 5,400 meters, (17,716 ft), and long, challenging passes with glaciers, moraines, and snow-covered trails during snowfall seasons. The trek

lasts 18 to 21 days with daily walks of 6 to 10 hours. This adventure requires physically fit, well-acclimatized and well-equipped trekkers. Accommodations during the trip vary from primitive to luxurious. The trek passes through isolated villages, religious sites, Buddhist cultural sites and offers stunning mountain views. WIFI and internet access may be limited during the trip. The trek includes Everest Three Passes Trek, Nar-phoo Valley KangLa Tilicho Trek, and Tsum Valley Manaslu Trek, Kanchenjunga trek and Dolpo treks,


Embark on a challenging trail with high passes reaching over 5,500 to nearly 6,000 meters, with walk on moraines, glaciers, snow-covered lands, and cliff trails that require rope support. The trail is highly risky with potential for altitude sickness, rockfall, and snowfall. Expect to walk for 6 to 12 hours each day, and this adventure requires good physical fitness, previous adventure experience, mountaineering skills, and proper equipment. The trip lasts 18 to 21 days and involves staying in tents and basic lodges, eating meals prepared by locals or your own cook. Temperatures can reach -12 to -19°C at night, so warm gear and equipment are a must. Although rough, the experience offers a lifetime of adventure. This includes the Langtang Ganjala Pass trek, Annapurna Tilicho-Meso Kanto Pass trek, Ampulapcha Pass, Tasilapcha Pass trek, and Dhaulari round trek.

Extremely difficult:

Embark on an extremely difficult adventure trip with high passes, some reaching over 6,150 meters, including difficult terrain such as moraines, glaciers, and permanent snowfields. Daily trekking can last 8 to 13 hours and the trip requires a minimum of 21 to 25 days to complete safely. The journey demands physically and mentally prepared participants with mountaineering skills, who should bring all necessary gear and equipment to withstand temperatures ranging from -12°C to -20°C at night. Despite the challenging nature of the trip, it offers a once-in-a-lifetime ultimate adventure experience.

This includes treks such as the Great Himalayan Trail, Sherpani-West Col, Amphu Lapcha Pass, and Sarebung Pass.