New Trekking Routes in Nepal

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Nepal offers a wide range of hiking and trekking adventures because it is home to eight of the fourteen tallest peaks and has a vast variety of geographical features. Nepal is the ideal location for outdoor enthusiasts because of its unusual altitude contrast and diverse topography. There is still more to learn, taste, and experience in Nepal than you could ever see in a lifetime of travel. Alpha Adventure Treks & Expeditions (AAT) has created and investigated some of the best new hidden trekking routes in Nepal when popular trekking routes are so crowded and if anyone is looking for quiet and calm trekking routes, less trafficked or completely off the beaten trekking track. These new hiking paths are serene, gorgeous, and magnificent.

The majority of the newly opened trekking routes in Nepal pass via isolated settlements. The expedition therefore mostly relies on “camping,” necessitating your independence in terms of food and camping supplies. However, for interested visitors, picking a new trekking area will be a great enthralling journey whether they are trekking, exploring, studying geography and botany, or for other reasons.

  • Panch Pokhari Trekking:

A brand-new hiking trail in Nepal is called the Panch Pokhari. Northeast of Kathmandu, at the foot of the Jugal Himal, is Panch Pokhari (4,100 m). This location also has cultural, religious, and ecological significance. As a result, the five ponds (Panch Pokhari) in this area are revered. The environment, which is rather diverse and substantial, is located at the foot of the Jugal Himal. It’s kind of a cultural trip in Nepal since you pass through Sherpa and Tamang communities. You will get the opportunity to encounter both traditional Tamang and Sherpa culture on the trip. This camping excursion is also perfect for tourists searching for a serene, spiritual, and lovely trip.

  • WalunchungGola and Lumba / Sumba Pass trekking:

The secret town of WalchungGola is reached after a few days of walking on the same path that leads further north through a beautiful forest of rhododendron, pines, and oaks that is located away from and beyond the major hiking paths of North Kanchenjunga base camp. The Sherpa and Bhotia mountain tribes inhabit this village, which is located along the historic Trans-Himalayan Salt Trade and Caravan Route between Nepal and Tibet. The return journey brings you to the high Lumba-Sumba-La Pass, which is above 5,160m high and offers breathtaking views of Kanchenjunga, Makalu peaks as far as Everest in the west, after spending some time exploring WalunchungGola. The trek is ultimately finished in low, mild farmlands and the town of Tumlingtar, which is located on the Salpa Pass route to Makalu and Everest. 

  • Ghale kharka Siklis Trek:

Gole kharka Siklis Trek takes you to isolated, off-the-beaten-path settlements. The Ghale kharka-Sikles region is referred as the ecological walk. You will travel to the Gurung Ethnic Group’s traditional villages, enjoy the cuisine, and perhaps get to watch some traditional dance acts like the “Ghato” from Sikles. There are also stunning views of the Annapurna and Lamjung Himal. The nature and cultural heritage of this recently opened area are being carefully protected under the supervision of ACAP (Annapurna Conservation Area Project).

  • Tamang Heritage Langtang Gosaikunda:

The closest Himalayan trekking area to the Kathmandu Valley is Tamang Heritage, Langtang Gosaikunda Trek. This trek is a magnificent journey that encompasses the Gosaikunda Trek, the Langtang Valley Trek, and the Tamang Heritage Trek. Following the Trishuli River north of Kathmandu, we ride via Trishuli Bazaar and Dhunche to Syabrubesi, a Tamang village on the outskirts of the Langtang National Park. Then, as we ascend through the lower, gorge-like portion of the Langtang Valley, we make a bend to the east and enter. On the journey to the Tamang settlement of Langtang, we go through oak and rhododendron forests and even traverse a glacier moraine. As is customary, we take a bus from Kathmandu to Syabrubeshi to begin our trip.

  • Mundum Trekking:

The beginning of the Mundum trekking trail is in the Diktel (1650m) district of Khotang village, which is located in the extreme east of Nepal past Haleshi Mahadev. The route then turns south into a valley in the direction of Tamkel Danda. As you make your way north-east up rocky Himalayan slopes to Salpa Pokhari (3348m), you’ll stay in teahouses and get a rare chance to experience Rai culture and go camping (Organize). The Mundum trekking track heads south to Hans Pokhari (2962m) and then on to Bhojpur(1600m)., providing breathtaking views of the Himalayas along the way

  • Khayer Lake / Khopra Danda Trek:

Between the Jomsom hiking trail and the traditional Annapurna Base Camp, the Khayer Lake Trek is a brand-new trekking route in the Annapurna region. It is a recently promoted magnificent trekking path with a mixture of Gurung and Magar culture with spectacular mountain views from Khopra Ridge and Poon Hill across the various Himalayas, including Mt. Dhaulagiri, Annapurna, and Nilgiri. The most beautiful and pristine short walk in the Annapurna Himalayas is the Khopra danda and Khair Lake trip. The journey departs from the beaten path and provides stunning mountain views, untamed terrain, and a traditional Himalayan hiking adventure. Even though the track deviates from the main Annapurna routes, simple community-run teahouses make the journey affordable and more moral by having trekkers pay directly to the community.

Is the new trail safe for solo trekkers?

If you take the right measures and prepare properly, you can trek alone in Nepal. On the Nepalese trekking trails, a lot of hikers go it alone. However, for safety and recognized courses, it is preferable to walk with a native guide on Nepal’s new trekking routes. There may be a number of concerns when hiking on recently opened, less traveled trails. For this reason, trekking with a local guide is usually advised for a secure and stress-free journey. Additionally, it would be beneficial if you could go on your journey with a local guide who has more knowledge of the hiking trails, so you wouldn’t have to worry about the routes or accommodations.

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Best Treks in Eastern Nepal

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Trekking in Nepal‘s eastern region takes up about 15% of the country’s entire land area. The eastern area of Nepal has one of the best geographical structures in the world, attracting thousands of visitors each year. It’s a secluded location with challenging access and few of the amenities found in more popular trekking areas. Prepare to be awestruck by some of the world’s highest peaks as you travel through historic towns and learn about the Sherpas, Rais, Walungs, and Limbus cultures firsthand. This region has an abundance of places to visit, including hiking, climbing, and village excursions. The settlements along the trails are home to a diverse range of ethnic groups.

The Best Hiking Trails in Eastern Region:

Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek:


  • Trek to the base camp of the world’s third highest peak and Nepal’s second highest.
  • Explore the Kanchenjunga Region’s cultural diversity.
  • Interact with the warm, welcoming, and pleasant Kanchenjunga residents.
  • Enjoy nature’s unspoiled beauty and secluded trials.
  • Take in the breathtaking vistas of the snowcapped Alps.

Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek, also known as Kanchenjunga PangPema Trek, is one of Nepal’s less popular trekking packages, with an elevation of 8598 meters and four summits rising from its narrow glacial ridges. The literal translation is “five wonderful snow gems.” The avalanches that this incredibly fierce and unpredictable mountain top dumps down are claimed to be the largest. The Kanchenjunga base camp trip from Nepal, commonly known as the “queen of mountains,” is a fantastic trekking location in and of itself. From warm areas to glacier wilderness, the region has a diverse ecological zone. The trip’s primary attraction, though, is the massive Kanchenjunga glacier.

Makalu Arun Valley Trek:


  • Sagarmatha and Makalu-Barun National Parks surround the valley.
  • Views of Mt. Everest, Mera peak, Mt. Makalu, Cho-Oyu and so on flash by.
  • Salpa, 3350 m, and Surkie-La, 3085 m are renowned passes in the area.
  • Trekking in a peaceful valley.

Makalu The iconic Arun valley trek is located between the Sagarmatha and Makalu-Barun National Parks, assuring a magnificent impromptu with rich bio-diversity and wildlife. It is renowned for its superb vistas of Mt. Everest and Mt. Makalu. The area draws few foreign trekkers due to its inaccessibility. Makalu Base Camp Trekking is an exceptional journey that offers spectacular mountain views, landscapes, and scenery. The Salpa Pass (3350m) and the SurkieLa Pass (3085m) are two passes in the valley, both relatively high in the Arun valley. To enjoy the grandeur of this place, Arun valley trekking in Nepal requires strong health and stamina. Tungba, a Sherpa alcoholic drink, is famous in this area. Mera Peak, Mt. Everest, Makalu, Cho-Oyu, and many other peaks in the Khumbu region stretch out before you.

Milke Danda Trek:


  • The point to break out is either Basantapur or Tumlingtar.
  • Mt. Kanchenjunga and Makalu’s ponytail is stunning.
  • The Arun and Tamur valleys are unspoiled and waiting to be discovered.
  • Desolate slopes, culture, traditions, vegetation, topography
  • Tibetan people’s means, yaks, and cheese have an impact on the environment.

Milke Danda trekking is a 25-kilometer-long ridge that runs between 2580 and 3580 meters, and is considered the eastern twin of Nepal’s Khaptad Plateau. The ridge’s natural diversity ranges from the Tamur and Arun river valley’s Sal Forests to alpine plants at its highest point. The Milke Danda hike is known for having the most diverse Rhododendron species in Nepal (29 out of 32 species reported from Nepal). The Arun and Tamur Valleys are separated by a long, high forested ridge. We begin our trek from Basantapur (see Kanchenjunga North route) and hike up this ridge for several days, with views of Makalu to the west and Kanchenjunga to the east.

Lumba Sumba Trek:

In 2012, the Trekking Agencies Association of Nepal (TAAN) officially recognized and explored the Lumba Sumba Trek. The Lumba sumba Trek’s main draw is the Lumba sumba summit, which offers a spectacular perspective of Himalayan landscapes and is home to many ethnic groups such as the Limbus, Sherpas, Rai, Gurung, Magar, Newar, and Tamang. The journey passes through the Kanchenjunga Conservation Area (KCA) in the eastern Himalayas, where you may learn about and see traditional culture, farming activities, and several bird species, as well as wildlife like as the endangered Snow Leopard and Red Panda. There are various high mountain lakes in Olangchung Gola, and along this journey, we will have the opportunity to visit two of Nepal’s greatest preserved areas: Kanchenjunga Conservation Area and Makalu Barun National Park.

Illam Tea Garden Trek:

Ilam Tea Garden Trek is one of Nepal’s most beautiful trekking destinations, located in the Ilam District, which is known for its tea production. It is remote and unfamiliar from a Western perspective due to its remoteness and distance from Kathmandu. Ilam Tea Garden is situated between Ilam and India, with elevations ranging from 140 to 3,636 meters above sea level. Because of its popularity in tea production, it is one of the most beautiful tourist sites. This small hill town boasts an incredible scenery with sloping tea plantations, mountain streams, lush natural forest, holy sites, and a distinct local culture. It is, nonetheless, a well-known location for botanical and anthropological studies. Another major attraction of this trail is Sree Antu (2,328m) and Maipokhari (2,121m), which are both religious and historical sites. The sacred abode of Goddesses Bhagawati in a magnificent lake surrounded by deep forest of fir, juniper, Birch, Pine, and huge flora and wildlife. Kanyam and Fikkal are well-known for making Ilam famous for its tea production throughout the country.

Walangchun Gola Trek:

Walangchun Gola Trek is a camping trekking destination in one of Nepal’s most remote or isolated areas, located to the north of the Tamor River in the hilly area of Taplejung District, bordering Tibet, China. It’s also known as Olangchung Gola, and it’s where the nearby villages of Yangma, Ghunsa, Khangbachey, Lungthung, and Lelep do their shopping. Walangchun Gola Trek is one of the most challenging trekking trails in Nepal’s eastern region. It gives us with the ideal opportunity to discover the breathtaking views of magnificent mountains such as Kanchenjunga and Makalu, as well as dramatic landscape views of Nepal’s most beautiful settlement. This trekking trail is regarded as the greatest location for Buddhist culture or meditation explorations.

Best Season to Trek in Eastern Nepal:

The best seasons for trekking and mountaineering in Nepal are autumn (September – November) and spring (March – May). During these seasons, the weather is typically clear and the temperature is temperate, providing spectacular views with no obstructions. Beautiful flowers, plants, and unique animals greet you in the spring. Walking is recommended throughout these months.

Summer (June-August) and winter (November-March) (December – February).

Even though summer brings significant monsoon rains, the trails around Mustang, Dolpo, and Nar- Phu valleys are much clearer because they are rain shadow locations. Trekking on Everest, Langtang, Annapurna, and Tibet is always better in the winter.

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