I hiked the Great Himalaya Trail for 154 days across the highest trails of Nepal. Ask me anything!
I made a vlog video every day on the trek. It has an episode for each day, and follows the ups and downs of long distance trekking in the remotest corners of the most amazing place on earth. The first episode premiers on YouTube on Saturday, but here's a trailer:
The concept of the Great Himalaya Trail is to follow the highest elevation continuous hiking route across the Himalayas. The Nepal section stretches for 1,400 km (900 miles) from Kanchenjunga in the east to Humla in the west. It winds through the mountains with an average elevation of 3,750 m (12,300 ft), and up to 6,200 m (20,300 ft), with an average elevation change of 1,600 m (5,250 ft) per day. The route includes parts of the more commercialised treks, linking them together with sections that are so remote even the locals seldom hike there.