Trekking Grade

Trekking in the Himalayas requires sound health, stamina as well as patience. Nepal is potential for all types of trekkers from Easy grade to Challenging. A person with critical respiratory issues are suggested not to but with good consultation with doctors, you may embark the trek you want to. But if you are really thirsty to trek with us, don’t worry. We have our experts who can advise and guarantee for your successive. It is your determination and enthusiasm to step ahead.

Grade A: Easy

“Grade A” refers the easiest trekking for normal trekkers. You need to trek or walk in a flat and normal path for about 5 hours a day. Normally includes an 8 to 10 days trek with camping or tea house accommodation with an altitude of 3000 meters. Trekking to Poonhill, Everest view trekking, around Kathmandu valleys trekking etc. are the best examples of “grade A” trekking.

Grade B: Moderate 

“Grade B” is a bit harder trekking in comparison to Grade A. Moderate or Grade B trek includes trek at altitudes higher than 3000 m above the sea level. Moderate treks are designed for 7 to 15 days with the altitude of 5000 meters. You have to embark with many ‘ups’ and ‘downs’ during trails. You should have very fit and fine health condition.

Grade C: Strenuous

It is a unique blend of strenuous and moderate which is a bit difficult for first-time trekkers. There may be the issues of suffocations and high altitude sickness. You need to ascent usually with an altitude of around 5000 m with some basic side trips.

Grade D: Very Strenuous 

Very Strenuous trekking grade is best described as Alpine and, which requires mountaineering skills, knowledge as well as experience. The elevations range from 4000 m to 6000 m passing across some remote areas. You need to walk continuously around 7-9 hours including top inclined hills and vertical declination.

Grade E: Challenging/ Extremely Challenging

It is the most difficult among all and also can be said as a Challenging Trek. It ranges from an altitude of above 6000 m above the sea level. But, as we all know, the most challenging one is also the most adventurous and exciting. It may need 20 to 28 days at least. You will be passing across the snowy and stepy trails all the way. You require the best and high physical stamina with sound health.