Kanchenjunga Travel Guide 1

Trekking in Kanchenjunga is one of the longest and remote treks in eastern Nepal. Kanchenjunga circuit trek is widely known as snow leopard trek. Our Kanchenjunga travel guides help you to know about the route, possible itineraries and all practical information to polish up your Kanchenjunga trek experience.

We have also included online trekking map, packing list, things you should know about this demanding trekking, and obstacles among the trek route along with the trip report and latest possible updates. Also, check the available food menu, the altitude of places as you go and any information you need.

Permits and the Costs for the trek

Find out the Kanchenjunga trek costs, itinerary, accommodation and permits. The cost depends on the itinerary and transport. There are public are private transport available for this trek. Kanchenjunga Circuit is a tea house trek. You will be staying in the tea house during the trek and no camping is required for this trek

Things you should know before trekking Kanchejunga?

Check out the map, best time, packing list, and available food item in Kanchenjunga trek. You will start from Kathmandu and travel to Taplejung, starting point of the trek. The 21 days Circular route of Kanchenjunga has tea houses along the trail. All different kind of cuisine is available. Vegetarian and Vegan foods are available during the trek

More Insight of Kanchenjunga trek

Know more about the Kanchenjunga trek. This section contains the information about Selele Pass, a guide to cross landslide and information about North and South Base Camp. Kanchenjunga Circuit has two base camp trek. If you have less than 2 weeks time, you can choose one of these base camp avoiding a long circular route. Kanchenjunga is still quite remote. I encounter Dead Snow Leopard during my trek. If you are lucky enough, you can see snow leopard

When is the best time to trek Kanchenjunga Trek?

Kanchenjunga trek can be done throughout the year. Having said that, the best season to trek Kanchenjunga is mid-September to Mid December. If you are planning to trek in the rainy season (June to July), If you are planning to do it in the winter, proper winter gear is recommended. Crampon or Microspikes are must trek Kanchenjunga in Winter (December to Mid February)

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Pradeep is the co-founder of Magical Nepal. He has trekked to almost all the trekking places in Nepal. He has been to Everest base camp more than eight times. He is the one who mostly answers your queries by giving the personal touch and experience.

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