The term “Trekking Peak” is a commonly misunderstood colloquial term which
may refer to a variety of types of peaks in the Himalayan Region.
The term is most often associated with Group “B” NMA Climbing Peaks classified by
the Nepal Mountaineering Association or easier.
Some may use the term “Trekking Peak” to solely describe peaks requiring little
to no technical climbing experience.
Others may use the term to describe all mountains regulated by the Nepal
Mountaineering Association including Group “A” NMA Expedition
Peaks which may require considerable difficulties and technical climbing skill
Hiking is a long, vigorous walk, usually on trails or footpaths in the countryside.
Walking for pleasure developed in Europe during the eighteenth century.
Religious pilgrimages have existed much longer but they involve walking
long distances for a spiritual purpose associated with specific religions.
Hiking is the preferred term in Canada and the United States; the term
“walking” is used in these regions for shorter, particularly urban walks.
In the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland, the word “walking”
describes all forms of walking, whether it is a walk in the park or backpacking in the Alps.
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