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Jwalant Gurung
Kandu and guests at Annapurna South
Is Crystal Mountain Treks expensive? Why are some other trekking companies offering cheaper prices? So, you’ve been out on the internet shopping for prices, and you found some other trekking companies that offer similar treks for lower prices. And you’re wondering why ours cost more. It’s a reasonable question and one we’d like to answer....
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Duffel bag - Crystal Mountain
What to pack for a Nepal Trek: On Nepal treks with Crystal Mountain Treks, you are allowed between 12 – 15 Kilograms (27 – 33lbs) for your duffel bags depending on the trek. Your duffel bag will be carried by a porter. Each porter will carry two duffel bags. You need only carry a small...
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Layering on Nepal Treks
LAYERING ON NEPAL TREKS Layering means wearing layers instead of just one or two large pieces of clothing. This allows the hiker to take off one or more layers when hot and put on one or more layers when cold to achieve the desired body temperature. To ensure comfort on the hike, it is important...
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The WHATT group of 2024
NAMASTE! The Crystal Mountain Treks Family would like to wish you a Happy New Year (both belated and in advance). May you and yours prosper and be in good health in 2024!!! But which New Year you say?! Our New Year series begin with the Gurung Lhosar (Lhosar = new year) which was on 30...
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blister on a Nepal Trek
HOW TO TREAT BLISTERS ON A NEPAL TREK If you like to walk/run/bike there is a good chance that you have experienced a blister. If at all you get a blister, it is better if you get it on your practice hike at home. A blister on an Everest Base Camp trek is not at...
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South face of Kanchenjunga
Kanchenjunga Base Camp Treks My love for the Kanchenjunga region began in 2012. That year, 3 Summits for Nepal, a charity I founded while doing graduate work at the University of Washington, Seattle, helped rebuild the Gaubari Primary School in Nepu village. The school had been destroyed by a 6.9 Richter earthquake that hit the...
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Porter Hiking Boots
Choosing the correct footwear is important for a fun and successful trek in Nepal. Making the right choice warrants adequate research and consideration. You need sturdy, water-resistant and comfortable boots. However, there is no “one-size-fits-all” when it comes to choosing the best hiking boot for trekking in Nepal: what works for someone may not be...
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Everest Base Camp
Training tips by previous Nepal trekkers Most first-time trekkers are anxious about whether they have trained enough for a trek in Nepal. Below are insights from previous Nepal trekkers: Tips on how they trained and what they wished they had done etc. We will add thoughts from more trekkers to the list as we receive...
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Rhododendrons on the trail on the Pikey Peak Trek
TREES found ON TREKS IN NEPAL Trees play a vital role in Nepal’s ecosystem, culture, and economy. The ancient forests of the Terai and the pristine woodlands in the Himalayan region are Nepal’s true treasures. Population growth, urbanization, and demand for timber and firewood have led to extensive forest degradation. However, the Nepalese government and...
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At Renjo La
MY EVEREST THREE PASSES TREK I’ve been told I should share my previous trekking experiences. And as I sit in my office, I reminisce: the fun of slogging up to the mountain pass; and my aching knees as I make the steep descent. Because of my schedule, I can only afford to go out on...
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