Note about the Great Himalaya Trail

 

The Great Himalaya Trail is kind of a vague concept … there are any number of possible variations … it is really just a network of trails (where there are any) pieced together to create a “higher route” linking the remote and rugged mountain districts in the highest regions of Nepal, and a “lower route” linking the slightly less remote and rugged hill districts.

Whichever way you go, in reality crossing Nepal is anything but vague – it is tough, it is wild, it is enormous and it is humbling. Read more here to know more about Lizzy’s journeys and her reasoning why there is no FKT (fastest known time) for the Great Himalaya Trail ….

 

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