1. Ghorepani Ghandruk Short Annapurna Trek – 5 DaysThis Annapurna region is inhabited by the Gurungs and Magars community: agriculturists of Tibetan origin, the Magars are skilled craftsmen in stone and wood. You will receive a warm welcome to their tea houses and shops. Be warned: this trek will not satisfy you – you will want to return for longer treks in this or other regions! The scenery on this Ghorepani Ghandruk Short Annapurna Trek, changes from lowland terraced fields to magnificent forests of pine, oak and rhododendron. This Poon Hill Trek can be tackled throughout the year. Mountain views improve as you climb higher and the early morning sunrise from Poon Hill is breathtaking. This is one of the Annapurna region short treks that is suitable for almost anyone, including children and with reasonable fitness level. The highest point in Poon Hill is just over 3,210m/10,530ft and so there is no chance of being affected by altitude sickness.
2. Fishtail Poon Hill Sunrise Short Trek – 4 Days
3. Langtang Valley Short Trek – 4 Days
Langtang valley was declared a National Park in 1976 and remains the second largest Park in Nepal, covering 1710 sq.km. Mountainous terrain south of Nepal-Tibet border. The area offers a range of cultures with the main three ethnic peoples living in are the Tamangs, Yolmus and Bhotias who have originated from Tibet in the past 500 years till the mid 20th century. In a southern section of the park lies a small area of subtropical chestnut forest, along with unique Sal forest.Moving north and higher on this Langtang Valley Short Trek, the Montana zone (2600-3000m) are mainly Mountain Oak, fading to Silver Fir, Hemlock and Larch in the lower subalpine zone (3000-36000m); throughout these zones, several species of Rhododendron trees form a twisted and colourful under story, continuing higher to tree line Birch and Fir forest are the last to survive!