Great Himalayan Trail Trek

Trip Highlights
Trek through the Himalayas on a 1700 Km trail from Kanchenjunga to Simikot
Ascend an altitude of 6150m at Sherpeni Col
A very rare trek that has been done by very few people
Immerse yourself in the rich Nepalese culture unchanged by the time.
See all the mountains scaling more than 8000m including Everest, Kanchenjunga, and Makalu.
Discover the mystic environment of the Himalayas
High chances to see very rare wild animals like Red Panda and Clouded Leopard
Trek with the expert local guides with more safety and comfort
Experience a full camping trek with 3 meals a day

The Great Himalayan Trail Trek is the most adventurous camping trek offering stunning views of mountains, landscapes, flora, fauna, and culture unchanged by the modern world. GHT is a 1700 km long trekking tail passing east to west through the Himalayas. It takes 90 to 150 days to complete this trial. Along the trail, you will see all the mountains scaling more than 8000m. The mountains seen include Everest 8848m, Lhotse 8516m, Kanchenjunga 8586m, Makalu 8485m, Cho Oyu 8150m, Manaslu 8156m, Dhaulagiri 8167m, Annapurna I 8051m, and thousands of snow-capped peaks. Apart from the world’s highest mountains the trail also offers a rare privilege to discover the ancient Nepalese tradition and culture unchanged by the modern time. The trek is considered very difficult and is recommended for those who want to push up to the limits of physical endurance. The trails pass through the following national parks, Makalu, Sagarmatha, Gaurishankar, Langtang, Manaslu, and Annapurna giving the trekkers the most rewarding trekking trip on the planet.

The trail is accompanied by beautiful villages, farms, forests, streams, falls, glaciers, and magnificent landscapes. The highest altitude on the trails is at Sherpani Col 6150m. The trail is divided into nine sections they are Kanchenhjuna – Makalu, Everest – Rolwaling, Langtang – Helambu, Ganesh Himal – Manaslu, Annapurna -Mustang, Dolpa, Rara – Jumla – Mugu, Humla and the Far West. The eastern section of the GHT offers sights of the highest mountains while the western section offers timeless land of valleys, barren hills, and very less populated villages. There are high chances to spot rare animals like Red Panda and Snow Leopard on the GHT trek. Great Himalayan trail trek Trekkers can observe a wide range of forests including conifers, broadleaf deciduous forests, rare alpine shrubs, and medicinal plants. The GHT trek can be considered an exploratory trek. The trek gives memory to cherish for a lifetime. If you are looking for the next beautiful and daring adventure holiday, then GHT is the trek to do.



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