Tuesday, May 6, 2014

Most Difficult Trekking Routes of the world

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Most Difficult Trekking Routes of the world

Trekking is one of the most popular adventure sports of the world. Trekking offers travelers much closer view of the nature and its scenery. Although, it does not require much planning to go for trekking but the weather conditions and geography plays important role. Trekking routes on the mountain regions of Himalayas in Asia are most popular around the world among the travelers followed by other continents.
Every trekker has different experience depending upon the place they choose for trekking. According to difficulty levels, trekking routes are classfied into difficult, moderate, and easy routes. Here are some of our list of few very difficult trekking routes of the world:
1. Everest Base Camp, Nepal
Duration: 8 days
Best time:March-April and October-November
The trekking route to the top of the world is considered to be the toughest trekking routes in the world. It is 8 day trek which starts from Lukla in Nepal at the height of 2,860m to the Everest base camp which is located at the height of 5,360m. It is one of the most challenging trekking routes even for the fittest and strongest person. Altitude sickness is one of the major concerns, it requires quite a bit of time to adapt to the environment. For trekkers, those who complete this difficult terrain is like dream come true.

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