Dictionary says hiking is to take walking for pleasure or exercise in the countryside. In contrast to this definition, Nepal offers greater range of chance to enjoy oneself with the hiking. There exists varied shape and size of hillocks in Nepal where you can spend a day to weeks on end into the wilderness of Himalayas mere walking of 4-8hrs in a day either on the popular hiking routes or on the off the beaten paths. Almost all the hiking region of the country you can find people dwelling there. There are varied reasons why hiking appeals to the people. To make the story shot hiking offers the magnificent views of the mountain ranges, while walking along the organic rhythmic of your on-foot journey offers the ample opportunities to relish with nature.
Walking under the shadow of the looming Himalayas is truly an exciting way to get through all the captivating grand canyons, splintering falls, gushing snowy rivers, rustling alpines, whispering shrubs and whistling breeze. All in all the colorful communities of mountain inhabitants and their opened-arm welcoming nature, who loves the laughter and peace of others, add the right amount of salt to your delicious trip.
The hills of Nepal are popular for hiking. Hiking provides you with spectacular views of the rugged mountains clothed in ever lasting snow and the deep valleys, as well as a chance to become familiarity with the locals’ lifestyles, their arts, architecture and cultural traditions. There are many popular areas for one or two day hikes. Gone were the days when the people took “Trekking in the Himalayas” as a segregated gift reserved only for the limited groups of privileged classes who had adventurous spirits sat in the knotted muscular bodies ready to jump on the hardship of mountain lives with scarce provisions that should run for month on end with no compromise. However, recently the things have taken different shape because of its popularity gained among the worldwide holidaymakers, scholars, adventure-seekers and the seekers of hedonistic realm.
Even the prince Charles of Whale could not resist the temptation of hiking in Nepal Himalayas; then, what keeps you away from the wonderful time you can have in your lifetime!