Forums     Market     Explore     Ad CEntral     Login   Signup

Was Here:
06/25/2012 23:50:26 PST
Contact mountainmarttreks

Topic WebRing
annapurna base camp trek, trekking in annapurna 08/09/2013 22:43:21
Annapurna Base Camptrek begins north of the Lake city Pokhara which is reached by a 6-7 hour tourist bus ride and a 25 minute scenic flight from Kathmandu. It begins at the village of Nayapul at just 1090m (1 hours drive from Pokhara) and climbs gradually up the Modi Khola Valley through natural forests of oak, rhododendron, pine and bamboo. Villages are sited on ridges high above the river where slopes are gentle enough for terraced farming. The climax of the 12 days Annapurna Base Camp trek is reached in the spectacular Annapurna Sanctuary amphitheatrewhere you will first pass the Machhapuchhare (Fish Tail) Base Camp (3700m/12 139ft) en route to ABC (4130m/13 550ft). Here you are surrounded by an immense and breathtaking wall of rock and ice reaching heights from 6 500 ? 8 091m and dramatised by closer rocky outcrops rising above the U-shaped valley gouged out by the glacier. Cloud frequently forms in the late morning making for enticing glimpses of an ever changing landscape: at sunrise it is frequently still and clear offering viewers, photographers a surfeit of possibilities.

Jiri to Everest base camp trek 08/09/2013 22:38:06
Jiri to Everest Base Camp Trek follows the original route into the Solu-Khumbu region used by the early explores of Everest. A new road allows buses to continue beyond Jiri to Shivalaya where the trek now begins. The Sherpa people, formerly from Tibet, live chiefly in the Solu region along the Dudh Kosi River and the Khumbu region above Lukla. This Jiri to Everest Base Camp trekking route is still used by porters and pack animals, but fewer trekkers than Lukla to Base Camp Trek. In the first week, the trail passes through beautifully terraced farmlands, forests and classic middle-hill countryside. It offers simple amenities and ample time to acclimatize while encountering the culture, customs and life style of the friendly and hospitable Hindu and Buddhist communities.The Jiri Everest Base Camp trekking trail begins at an altitude of 1800m and crosses numerous ridges: dropping low to rivers at around 1500m and ascending passes over 3000m. Rest and acclimatisation days are taken at Junbesi (2680m, visit the Thubten Chholing Monastery) and at Namche Bazaar (3440m, the business hub of the Khumbu region).

HOliday in Nepal, TRekking in Nepal, Nepal trekking 08/09/2013 22:35:51
Trekking in NepalNepal Trekking is popular tourist activity in Nepal and every year thousands of foreigners come here for hiking, trekking and peak climbing in Nepal. Very few counties in the world can offer as many varieties of adventure trekking packages as Nepal. Out of the 14 peaks over 8000 meters in the world, eight are in Nepal. It is the land of Sagarmatha (Mt. Everest 8848m/29,028ft) and other 1310 mountain peaks, which offers famous Everest base camp trek. These mountains apply shorter to longer and softer to demanding harder treks up to the base camp, high magnificent view passes all over Nepal with exotic wild life and mystical memorizing cultural heritage. For many travelers, Nepal is the very least Shangri La Wedged between wall of the Himalaya and the best way to experience culture and nature up-close ever.We offer various Nepal trekking packages to those travelers who have limited holiday and still would like to hide with nature, culture and amazing wealth of life. Trekkers, who are traveling with family, honeymoon trips, luxury traveler and adventure madness, can equally enjoy with fascinated culture, spectacular geography and unexpected fancy infrastructure to make the holiday one of the most remarkable and memorable. You do not have to be fit to do trekking with Mountain Mart Treks. We have highly trained and more than two decades experienced mountain guide who are quite supportive in single minutes on each pace. Our technically designed Nepal trekking packages deserve to all shapes trekkers undoubtedly.

Contact Us | Copyright © 2001-2016 WebRing®, Inc. Terms of Service - Help - Privacy Policy