Great Himalayan Trail - longest and highest alpine hiking track in the world

Great Himalayan Trail

The Grate Himalayan Trail is newly built chain trail, which together form a longest and highest alpine hiking track in the world. The aim of trail is to connect the six south Asian countries along with Tibet

  • Trip Fact
  • Trip Code : HST-OT-15
  • Trek Start from: Lai kharka
  • Trek End at: Simikot
  • Grade: Difficult/Hard
  • Trek start Elevation: 2776m.
  • Highest Elevation: 6100m
  • Group Size : Minimum 2 person
  • Best time : October, November, December, February, March, April
  • Mode of Trek: Teahouse / Tent
  • Trek Duration : 155 days
Great himalayan trail

Great Himalayan Trail is newly built chain trail, which together form a longest and highest alpine hiking track in the world. The aim of trail is to connect the six south Asian countries along with Tibet via a route covering more than 4500 km of the Great Himalaya range.

In Nepal the trail starts from the shadow of Mt. Kanchenjunga, Taplejing and came to end at Humla at border with Tibet. This is the most adventure trail sketch over a distance of about 1700 km (1050 m) in hilly area ( which mean trekkers have to pass through 6100 m of altitude) region of Nepal. So you can pass through the most of snow capped mountain of Nepal along with magnificent landscaped, breathtaking view of mountain and high altitude Lakes.

Grate Himalayan trail is not easy then other short route in Nepal. Trekkers have to walk 157 days. So needed physically fit and more adventurous and off course proper trekking equipment and mountaineering equipment is compulsory. You might not get lodge or hotel so camping is required in most of the part of trail.

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