Teahouse trekking is not mountaineering in serious snow or ice. It does not demand any particular technical skill or equipment and is readily accessible to anyone with a sturdy pair of legs and a longing to see something different.
The initial part of the trek was a disarmingly flat walk, taking us right through little villages bustling with honking school buses and r
oadside peddlers busily hawking their produce. Everywhere, plump chickens and goats roamed freely.
We passed numerous huts and village schools, crossed suspension bridges and, in the distance, took in teasing glimpses of the distant Machhapuchhre, or better known by its colloquial name Fish Tail Mountain, on account of its bifurcated peak.
Via Teahouse trek in Nepal marries village culture with Himalayan majesty । THE STRAITS TIMES