Trekking Preparation 

  • Last Updated on Jan 27, 2023

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For most treks, you do not need to be a super athlete or a mountaineer. But a few weeks of training or some hiking must do before arriving in Nepal. It won’t be terribly enjoyable if you have to spend the trip of a lifetime struggling to walk the trails every day. Your preparation for the Trek would have made the trails so much more worthwhile.

It is important to be in good physical fitness and mentally well prepared before beginning your trek. If you try to spend an hour a day hiking or walking upstairs rather than taking the lift, it helps for your upcoming trip. It will be best to walk or cycle when you would normally drive or ride a bus. Running a few miles every day is probably the best physical activity to prepare for the Nepal trip. While the training period, you may also be breaking in those new trekking boots which would otherwise give you blisters on the first day on the trail. 

If you can learn some Nepali languages will be a great support during your trip. Try to study Nepali culture, customs, and religious faith before coming to Nepal.  It wouldn’t hurt to try to find out as much as possible about Nepal’s customs especially about the particular trek that you have planned before arriving. With this sort of background knowledge, you will be able to get much more out of your visit. We are always happy to provide you with information with updated facts.

Karna Rana

Karna Rana

Namaste!

I hearty welcome to Nepal, known as the Kingdom of Himalayans and the roof of the World “Mt. Everest.” Nepal has been named a Heaven on Earth and is a wonder in the Himalayan. It is the Shangri-La, a living cultural Museum, the Birthplace of the Lord Buddha and it is the country of the living Goddess “Kumari.”

I am Karna Rana Trekking Tour Operator and Mountain Guide, specializing in Trekking, Tour, Travel in Nepal, Hiking in the Himalayan and other Outdoor Activities including, Peak Climbing, Expedition, Adventure Trekking, Rafting, etc. applying my field expiring since 2000. Meanwhile, I have completed my Master’s degree in Rural Development (2016) from Tribhuvan University of Kathmandu, Nepal’s leading educational institution. Now, I have been applying my field experience in tourism, especially in remote areas of the country for sustainable eco-tourism for local empowerment. I enjoyed writing my blog own word sharing my travel experience in the Himalayan, aiming to provide the right information and help to the Nepal Traveler.

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