6. Trek the Great Himalayan Trail (GHT), Nepal

Great Himalayan Trail (GHT) is the longest and highest walking trails in the world. Trail stretches to multiple countries including India, Nepal, Bhutan and Pakistan.

Options

  • The Great Himalayan high route (GHT HIGH ROUTE) joining each of the various himals, ultimately combining along the entire range that divides India and China.
  • It takes about 157 days to trek the GHT portion in Nepal alone. Alternatively, the trail can be done in portions following 10 legs.
  • There is┬ávillage-to-village route on lower altitude which is the GHT CULTURAL ROUTE.

The TEN LEGS of GHT are:

1. Kanchanejunga Region
2. Makalu Region
3. Solu-Khumbu (EVEREST) Region
4. The Rolwaling
5. Langtang Helambu
6. Manaslu & Ganesh Himals
7. Annapurna, Naar & Phu
8. Mustang
9. Dolpo & Mugu
10. Far west Nepal

We provide guided trekking of whole GHT (Nepal) or any leg with required support of crew and arrangement of accommodation or camping.

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2 Responses to 6. Trek the Great Himalayan Trail (GHT), Nepal

  1. Karl says:

    I am very interested in hiking the GHT, I am hoping to do as much as I can solo. Do you know which trail sections are required to have a trail guide? If so how much is the guide for the sections and permit fees.

    Thank you,

    Karl

    • admin says:

      Hi there,
      Thanks for your enquiry. GHT is a long trek which takes about 175 days to walk. There are easy and difficult legs. You can do parts of it. Parts of trail can be done as lodge-based trek and rest require camping arrangements. The cost easily gets added up. Its better to discuss before giving you quote. Please feel free to call us on 1300 660 226 or email info@sherpatours.com.au

      We are about providing highly customised itineraries and personalised service. So, we can definitely help you with this.

      Regards
      Pramod
      Sherpa Tours Aust Pty Ltd team

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