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Assigning authentic grades to a trek is near to impossible because different individuals have different perceptions about a trek. An easy trek for someone can be a bit difficult for another.

(TRAVPR.COM) NEPAL - August 21st, 2015 - Assigning authentic grades to a trek is near to impossible because different individuals have different perceptions about a trek. An easy trek for someone can be a bit difficult for another. Trekking grades are assigned from the standpoint of a novice trekker with no physical limitations, considering the multiple factors like length, altitude, remoteness, terrain etc. The trekking grades are as below:

Ø  Easy/Leisurely: Easy treks are usually short treks of duration about a week, with an average walking hour of 5 or less per day and maximum altitude attained, not exceeding 3500 meters. Anybody having no mobility restrictions can pursue this trek.

Ø  Moderate: The treks with maximum elevation of 4,500m, involving more ascents and descents, and an average walking hour of 6 per day are classified as Moderate Treks.  Such treks are suitable for people of all ages having good physical fitness.

Ø  Strenuous:  The treks that ascends up to 5500 or more, with an average walking hour or 6-7, lasting for more than two weeks, fall under this category.  The trek involves some steep ascents and descents, high passes and glacier crossings.  Perfect physical fitness, some previous experience and a good preparation are mandatory to pursue such trek. 


Typical Day on Camp Trek

Ø  Be greeted with an affectionate smile and a hot cup of morning tea, served at the comfort of your tent by your Sherpa companion.

Ø  Freshen up yourself (hot water will be provided) and launch on the healthy breakfast that usually consists of porridge, breads and eggs.

Ø  Trek commences between 7:30 to 8:00 a.m. and continues for about 3 hrs before halting for lunch.

Ø  Enjoy the energizing lunch and resume trek after about an hour, which again continues nearly for another 3 hours.

Ø  Arrive at the campsite by 4:30 to 5:00 p.m. and freshen up yourself.

Ø  Dinner will be served between 6:30 to 7:00 p.m.

Ø  Do some chit-chat with your crew members but make sure you get in to your tent by 8:00 p.m.

Trekking Gears and Equipments

Kitting yourself out for a trek would literally have been a herculean task, had the rental outlets not sprouted up in every nook and corner of Kathmandu. In the present day, you can travel to Nepal with almost nothing and yet manage to go on a trek fully geared up. Please check our website to get a general conception about the list of gears that you need for trekking. Plenty of comfy teahouses have emerged along the trekking routes, which have further made the trekking more convenient, as you barely have to put up with the logistical hurdles.

When it comes to camp trekking, one needs almost a cargo of stuffs. Marron Treks provides all the camp trek equipments like: Tents (dome or “A” frame), a foam mattress and pillow with covers, sleeping bags, hot water bag, kitchen appliances and utensils, tables & chairs and toilet tents. Our porters, guides and staff members are well equipped and properly clothed to withstand even the most adverse trekking conditions and weathers.


Health predicaments and safety

The Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS) is the most concerning health predicament that could almost ruin your dream trek! The prominent symptoms of AMS are headache, lethargy, nausea, and difficulty sleeping. Most trekkers carry a pill called Diamox (which can be purchased in Kathmandu) to counter AMS. However, we always recommended you to consult your family doctor regarding your suitability to these pills. Our guides are super acquainted to the high altitude conditions and are well aware of the precautionary measures to tackle such illnesses.

Marron Treks is highly committed to the safety of its clients as well as the staff members. We posses all the safety equipments like- Oxy-meters (which monitors the oxygen level in the blood), Oxygen Cylinders and Portable Altitude Chambers (for instant relief from AMS). We also carry a medical kit with all the standard prescribed medicines for “just in case” situations. Our itineraries are designed with enough rest and acclimatization days, so that you get accustomed to the thinning air on the soaring altitudes.

As the vaccinations requirements in Nepal change frequently, we urge you to take the advice of your doctor regarding the same. However, the inoculations against malaria, tetanus, typhoid, hepatitis and polio are highly recommended.

http://www.marrontreks.com

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