The unit of Nepalese currency is NRs.
Nepalese rupees comes in the denomination of 1, 2, 5, 10, 25, 50, 100, 500, 1000. Coins equivalent to 1, 2 and 5 are also in use.
You can exchange your currency, whether Dollars, Euro or Yen at the Airport, hotels, travel agencies or another foreign exchange counters available in touristic areas such as Thamel, Pokhara etc.
Depending on the challenges a trekker faces, trekking trails are graded accordingly:
Grade 1 (Easy): These treks are usually conducted under 2000m elevations and usually short hikes.
Grade 2 (Moderate): Grade 2 trekking trails are usually under 4000m elevation. Challenges include cold climate, high altitude sickness, and4-5 long hours of walking every day.
Grade 3 (Demanding): Grade 3 trekking trails reach up to 5000m elevation and has several high mountain passes. There will be steep climbs and drops as well as long hours of climbin. Such trekking trips tend to be not less than 15 days.
Grade 4 (Very Strenuous): Grade 4 perhaps is the most challenging trekking routes of all. These trekking trails can reach well over 6000m. Extreme weather condition, longer hours of walking, high passes are some of the features of this trekking.
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