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Trekking in December is usually about avoiding the crowd of trekking seasons. The first half of the month is usually more comfortable and preferred by trekkers. Trekking in December isn’t as hard as everyone assumes. It is comfortable and one of the preferred months by the trekkers. Sometimes snowfall may affect the trek but that’s it, nothing more. But you do need to carry the best outfit for the cold in December. There are some few treks for December;
Everest Panorama trekking is for those with less time who nevertheless wants a view of Everest including other famous mountain in Khumbu Himalaya range. Our destination is the village of Tyangboche with its famous monastery where we get to view of the very beautiful mountain Ama Dablam. Other Himalayan views of Mt. Lhotse , Mt. Nuptse, Mt. Thamserku , Mt. Kangtenga, etc can be seen. Everest Panorama-trek’s highest elevation will be Tyangboche monastery (3890m) or Tyangboche-Ri (4200m) from where you will see panoramic Himalayan scenery. Witness the Buddhist meditation in Tyangboche monastery. Everest Panorama-trek is highly recommended for people who wants to trek and witness the roots of Sherpa culture and the view of wonderful Himalayas in the Khumbu Region in a short amount of time.
Ghorepani Poon Hill trek (3,210 m) is 4-5 days which is mostly for those who has just begun in the trekking field. As it is also considered as the most easiest trek in the trekking category. This trek is suitable for families and children too. Witness an unforgettable view of the Himalayas within the Golden hour of sunrise. The spectacular panoramic view of Annapurna South (7.219 m), Annapurna I (8.096 m), Machapuchhare (6.997 m), Dhaulagiri (8.167 m), Manaslu (8.163 m) and many more peaks will mesmerize you throughout your short journey.
Langtang Region is located up north from Kathmandu, but this region is mostly unknown unlike Everest and Annapurna region. The majority of people tends to target the famous trekking trails only, where Langtang could’ve been the perfect short trek. This is place is also popular for biking, climbing and natural diversity exploration. The 2015 earthquake had devastated the small village of Langtang. Years after the tragedy, the place is still the most sought out tourist area.