Kanchenjunga trekking is the most desirable Himalayan trek in the Eastern region of Nepal. Kanchenjunga trekking is the trek to the third highest mountain in the world, Kanchenjunga with a peak altitude of 8,586m (28,150ft). Kanchenjunga comprises seven main summits although it literally means ‘Five Great Treasuries of the Snow'. This unexplored and virgin trekking route offers the exotic scenic view of Himalayas, wonderful snow-capped mountains and varying landscape. The stories of the Himalayan Yeti and its existence is also one of the major attraction. The pleasing view of Himalayan ranges and mountains above 8000m like Mt Everest (8,848m), Mt Makalu (8201m) and Mt Lhotse (8516m) are really enjoyable and unforgettable.
Kanchenjunga is the third highest mountain in the world with an altitude of 8,586m (28,150ft). It is situated in Kanchenjunga Conservation Area. This majestic peak itself is a major attraction in which the jewels are its route, evergreen environment and lots of historic and traditional beliefs. Kanchenjunga trek can be done from both Nepal and Sikkim, but the most popular one is from Nepal side. The amazing topography of the land and massive wildlife like musk deer, snow leopard, and red panda are always mesmerizing. Numbers of species of mammals and amphibians like snow leopard, musk deer, red panda, Himalayan black bear, etc. and species of birds like impedance pheasant, red-billed blue magpie, Shy-dragon add more spark in the beauty of the region. On the path, the trail will provide glorious opportunity to observe splendid valleys with extraordinary cultures, and traditions of local inhabitants, view of frozen but crystal clear water resources (stream), and Okthan glacier. These are the best viewpoints in Kanchenjunga trekking journey.
Kathmandu -> Biratnagar -> Suketar -> Lali Kharka -> Keswa -> Mamankhe -> Yamphudin -> Lamite Jungle Camp -> Torontan -> Tseram -> Ramche -> Mirgin La -> Gunsa -> Khambachen -> Lhonak -> Pang Pema -> Gunsa -> Kyapra -> Sakathum -> Chirwa -> Phurumba -> Taplejung -> Suketar -> Biratnagar -> Kathmandu
Kanchenjunga is also known as ‘Five Great Treasuries of the Snow’ though it comprises of seven main summits. It is said that this mountain is the residence of God who gives affluence and kindness to the residents of the area. Nepal Trek Adventure and Expedition provides you this wonderful opportunity to explore around this culturally and naturally appealing mountain and according to the locales take blessings from God residing in this holy place. You can book your trip easily with us by just dropping an inquiry. After which you will be informed everything about the trek and you can move on to the next process. Feel free to contact and unite with us. Your satisfaction is our main motto, so you can choose your appropriate schedule from our fixed departure section. You can also customize the itinerary according to your demand and requirement.
1. Experience And Fitness For Kanchenjunga: Trekking in Kanchenjunga does not need past experiences and professional training through the route is difficult and challenging. The path can be crossed easily without much difficulty. The proper rest and acclimatization are required which is provided by the itinerary which minimizes the chance of the severe problem and sustains both physical and mental strength. Moreover, exercises like skipping, running, etc. will help with the route.
2. Kanchenjunga Trek Acclimatization: Acclimatization i.e. rest day, is very essential in trekking as every trekker need time to adjust to the environment. During trekking, altitude sickness is the major problem so, good health is essential. For this, you should have the healthy diet, plenty of water and good rest. Rest helps to sustain energy and manages the capability to cope with the environment. So, fixed and managed acclimatization days are kept in an itinerary. These acclimatization days also works as a lifesaving practice in many cases.
3. Kanchenjunga Best Trekking Season: The best seasons to go for Kanchenjunga trekking are as follows:
These are the best seasons for Kanchenjunga trekking. In these time, the skies will be clear and view remains spectacular. In the autumn season, the landscapes will be washed up by monsoon rain and there will be extra freshness in the air with the best views that can be ever got.