Nepal is a Himalayan country where mountaineering is a prime tourism activity. Nepal is home to 8 out of 14 highest peaks in the world along with 1310 peaks above 6000m among these 326 are opened for different mountain activities including peak climbing and mountain expedition. Mountain climbing in Nepal is most pleasing and demanding trip and is loved by adventure lovers from all over the globe. Mountain expedition in Nepal is an ideal way to exploring the highest peak through the virgin land following the footprints of legendary climbers. Mountain expedition in Nepal gives you the chance to climb from small peaks which are less challenging to the peaks which are more demanding and challenging. Climbing the world’s highest mountains which includes Mt Everest(8,848m), Kanchanjunga(8586m), Lhotse(8516m), Makalu( 8,463m), Cho Oyu(8,201m), Dhaulagiri(8,167m), Manaslu(8,163m), Annapurna(8,091m) are extremely challenging and demands a great deal of mental and physical pressure.
In simple words Mountain expedition is an activity which is similar to challenging trekking which goes above the snowline and demands a great deal of teamwork, physical fitness, mental fitness, adaptive features to acclimatize in adverse environmental condition, knowledge about the climbing equipments and capability to get isolated from rest of the word such that you cannot use any means of communication. While climbing the peaks the adversity goes from simple introductory which is ideal for fit athletes which little bit of prior experience to extremely challenging routes which requires sharp mountain climbing skills, technical rock climbing skills and coordination and personal aptitude.
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Cho Oyu with the altitude of 8201m is the sixth highest mountain in the world standing high above the Tibetan plains in the Nepal- Tibet border. Since it is easily accessible with
With the altitude of 8012m; Shisapangma is the 14th highest mountain peak in the world. Literally Sishapangma means “The Mountain overlooking the grassy plains”. This technically easy and straightforward climb is an excellent
Manaslu which is also known as Kutang with the altitude of 8163m is the eighth highest peak in the globe. The literal meaning “Mountain of Spirit” comes from the Sanskrit
With a series of mountain peaks of 55km in length forms Annapurna massif and among these peaks Annapurna I with the altitude of 8091m is the highest one. There are
Mt Everest which is towered between Nepal and China border is challenging peak for expedition. Being the most famous and highest mountain in the world with the altitude of 8,848m from the sea