This is a moderately graded challenge and you do not need to be a super ‘athlete’, but the fitter you are the more enjoyable the experience will be. You may find it useful to do some cardio training three times a week as part of your trip preparation and doing some day hikes beforehand will also prepare your body for the days on the trail. You will no doubt be short of breath while trekking and don’t worry, you won’t be the only one, simply because it’s the Himalayas and the mountains are steep! There are sections of this trek with lots of stairs which can be brutal on the knees, so just take it easy, you have plenty of time to complete the day’s trek. Remember that each time you feel like stopping it is just another great chance to look around and take photos.
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