In addition to the mountainous terrain, there are many glacial lakes, valleys and other amazing landscapes in Tibet. With this awesome terrain, Tibet is considered to have the best hiking trail in the world.
The most popular trekking routes with maps are listed below. For the easy trekking route, Ganden to Samye trek or Tsurphu to Yangpachen trek is the best choice; for the picturesque hiking trail, Nyenchen Tanglha to Holy Lake-Namtso trek is highly recommend; for the challenge hiking route, old Tingri to EBC and Mt.Kailsh trek should be considered.
This trekking route is a classical route. It is considered as top 3 trekking routes among trekking lovers who prefer a challenging hiking. Trekking from Old Tingri to Everest Base Camp, you can appreciate the scenery at the north side of Mt. Everest.
Ganden to Samye Trek is a picturesque and relatively easy hiking route. This trek gives trekking lovers a chance to explore the hidden valleys and the life of Nomadic People.
Mt.Kailsh Kora is regarded as the most sacred hiking route of Tibet. It is specially designed for the Pilgrims who would like to visit the sacred mountain Kailash. This trail is also one of the most challenging trekking routes in the world as the low oxygen content and extreme high altitude.
Trek to Mt. Everest
The trek to Mount Everest’s summit involves a grueling 28-km route across awesome valleys, gorges, and slopes. There are basically two primary base camps as starting points for this journey, namely, those of the Tibet Trekking Everest Base Camp and the Nepal Trekking Base Camp.
Best Time for Trekking in Tibet
The Spring and Autumn time are regarded as the best time for Tibet Trekking. Throughout these period there's no railfall that quits your walking scenic tour in Tibet and also it's not too hot to stroll in the wildness of Tibet.