STORY 9: Numbur Trek in Nepal

Trektocht in Numbur, Nepal – een dierbare NOMAD herinnering van nomade Peter Hage

“We have beautiful memories of our 16-day tent trek in Nepal. We ventured through the Sherpa region west of the towering 6,959-meter Numbur, an area with very few tourists where the predominantly Sherpa population still lives and works following ancient traditions.

We strolled past fields and villages, and as we ascended, we entered a world of stunning primeval forests adorned with lichen and overgrown boulders. At the exclusive camping sites, we slept like babies in our cozy NOMAD mummy sleeping bags, feeling tired but content after each day.

During the day, we were able to enjoy our trek with breathtaking views of the towering, untamed snow-capped peaks of Rolwaling, Lang Tang, and Zatrwa Danda, feeling refreshed and energized.

The challenging climb to the 4,880-meter Gyajo La pass was unforgettable, rewarded with an incredible view of the impressive Numbur. Thanks in part to the NOMAD clothing, bags, and sleeping bags we used, this became an unforgettable experience!”