These treks are ‘off-the-beaten-path,’ away from the masses of tourists that visit Nepal’s Himalayas. Some of the trails are recently developed, while others have been around for decades and just have not to be publicized. Regardless, you will thoroughly enjoy each of these trails. Just because they are not widely known does not mean that they are any less beautiful. In fact, it is typically the opposite. These territories that are not heavily trafficked are pristine,
It typically takes a little while longer to reach these trails, but the rewards of trekking in these areas far outweighs the convenience of trekking elsewhere. These areas tend to have cultures that are more well-preserved and residents of the villages will be more than happy to welcome you into the beauty of their environment. Because these trails are in faraway places, they typically do not offer the accommodations and amenities that are offered on, say, the Annapurna Base Camp Trek. You may sleep in a homestay facility or in a tented camp, under the light of the moon. Homestays give a greater meaning to your trek, adding a dimension of cultural value that is not offered on the more commercialized treks. Tent camping treks offer a true sense of adventure.
Many of these treks overlap with Restricted Area Trekking trails. The areas included in Remote Trekking are Dolpo, Rolwaling, Mustang, Makalu, Kanchenjunga, Dhaulagiri (some of the tallest mountains in the world), and more. These treks are perfect for adventure enthusiasts, particularly those who have a passion for trekking. New trails continue to be developed, so we’ll update the page as they come. Browse this page and you will find the most up-to-date treks in Nepal! Reach out to us if you have any questions or concerns, we are happy to arrange the perfect remote trek for you!