10. Mardi Himal Trek
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Although the longest trek on this list, the trek can easily be accomplished by first-time trekkers. The first few days are spent sightseeing and exploring Kathmandu. On the 3rd day, trekkers will be making their way to Pokhara following the banks of the Trisuli River. Only on the 4th day does the actual trek begin, following the descent from the Australian camp to Pothana. The next day on the way from Pothana to Forest Camp, a walk of about 5 hours, you’ll be greeted with lush forests full of birch, maple, hemlock, and rhododendrons. With the gorgeous views of the Macchapuchre beside you, the route through Badal Dada to High Camp. On the 8th day you’ll reach the Mardi Himal Base Camp and depending on the weather you’ll have a chance to reach an altitude of 4,450m. On the way back, the trek takes you through the upper Mardi River, in Kalimati, and to Lwang village. Then after a drive back to Pokhara on the 11th day, you’ll reach Kathmandu on the final day.