The trekking-pathes of Nepal are varying from wide pathes, looking like a promenade, up to narrow, slippery pathes, which go along deep abysses. The fall from a path can be disastrous. You must be conscious, where you place your next step. Chiefly don't move, if you look through the viewfinder of your camera. Sometimes the pathes can be confuse, you can take the wrong way. If you feel tired, what happend at higher locations or after long hikes, you tend to climb a steep slope up or down, to find the right way. By this intention many people lost their life, bacause they fell; ohters will hurt seriously. It's better you go back to find the right path, but go cross-country. Never hike alone.


Of all countries in the world, Nepal shows the most different altitudes: From 600feet in the terrain up to 29.198feet on summit of Mount Everest. On every hight you find an own weather, from tropic heat up to arctic couldness. You can think it difficulty, to adjust to cold winds and snowfalls, while you walk past banana plants. During main season, that is spring and autumn, the weather is mostly stable, and the highest mountains can be snowless too and easy to cross. Trekker, who spent a fine time at the hight give to understand, boots and warm clothes are not necessary. That's wrong! Storms which can occur suddenly and passes are snow-covered 3 to 6 feet. Anybody, who wears light shoes only, could not hike any more and must wait some days. In the hight you must expect always with frostbite in the snow. For treks in the winter time please adjust to coldness and snow. During time of monsun you will find slippery pathes and difficult river crosses, not to mention the unpleasant leeches.

You hike in the highest mountain areas of the world. Adjust for change of temperature and weather!