The treks with maximum elevation 4,500m, involving more ascents and descents, and average walking of 6 hours a day are classified as Moderate Treks. Some days can be strenuous, though. You will spend one to two weeks or a few days plus in the mountains while taking up a moderate graded trek. The treks in these categories are still suitable for people of all ages with good physical fitness level and determination to see the mountains closer. Some routes some time have been tried by children of 10-12 years as well, but some days can be tougher and challenging. Our expert guides have classified the following routes as the moderate graded treks. Annapurna Base Camp is the most popular trekking destination of Nepal with good lodging and boarding facilities and stunning views of the Annapurnas, Dhaulagiri, Nilgiri, Fishtail and many other majestic peaks plus the region has the beautiful villages of Gurung and Magar ethnics-the friendliest people of Nepal.
This trail receives the largest number of trekkers in Nepal. Yet, some days, the trail passes through solitary area. From Machhapuchhre Basecamp to Annapurna South, the trek involves crossing of snow glaciers. While camping trek has the real sense of a trekking trek, Annapurna Base Camp trek has a number of basic lodging facilities with choices of western food. Langtang and Gosaikunda Trek is the nearest trekking destination for moderate grade aspirants. Its little less frequented and probably the slightly harder than the Annapurna Base Camp. You can still have lodge to lodge trek and can take a chance to scale a trekking peak-Yala Peak. For a moderate trek out in the wilds, Ganesh Himal Trek is the ideal choice which has wilderness and solitude travel, and if you are looking for an absolutely off the beaten path in this category, then our guides recommendation is for Churen Himal and Panch Pokhar Trek.