Peak Climbing and Mountain Expedition in Nepal

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Nepal is the land of Himalayas and very famous destination for trekking and Mountain Expedition. It is home to 8 of the 14 highest mountains in the world, including Mt. Everest (8,848m) the highest peak of the world. The trekking trails are filled with immense natural beauties and offers extraordinary panorama of snow peaked mountain.

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Peak Climbing and Mountain Expedition in Nepal :

Peak Climbing and Mountain Expedition in Nepal

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Nepal is the land of Himalayas and very famous destination for trekking and Mountain Expedition. It is home to 8 of the 14 highest mountains in the world, including Mt. Everest (8,848m) the highest peak of the world. The trekking trails are filled with immense natural beauties and offers extraordinary panorama of snow peaked mountain. Peak climbing and mountain expedition in Nepal follows the beautiful trail that is enrich with different rural communities with unique cultures and traditions and also offers you best chance of exploring the ancient old gumbas and monasteries.

Himlung Expedition:

Himlung Expedition Himlung Himal lies in the northeast of Annapurna Mountain range which is technically easy to climb as compared to their mountains like Annapurna and Everest. The trekking trail to Himlung Expedition follows Annapurna Trekking Trail up to Koto and goes to Na Phung . This trail is recently opened and offers undisturbed natural beauties with incredible mountain panoramas. The base camp of Himlung Mountain lies at an altitude of 4,900 meter. And three higher camps are established at altitudes of 5,450m, 6,000m and 6,350m respectively. It normally takes 10-15 days to conquer the Himlung summit and back to Himlung Base Camp. Himlung Expedition was first conquered by Japanese climbing team after the Mountain was opened for expedition in 1992. After than many teams has reached the summit successfully.

Difficulty :

Difficulty Though, the Himlung Expedition is considered as less difficult as compared to other gigantic peaks, it needs high fitness level to complete successfully.

Kanchenjunga Expedition :

Kanchenjunga Expedition Kanchenjunga Mountain is the third top mountain of the world after Mount Everest (8,848m) and Mount K2 (8,611m). Kanchenjunga Himal is located in the eastern Nepal at the boarder of Nepal and Sikkim. Kanchenjunga Mountain was considered as the highest mountain of the world until the British great trigonometric survey declared Mount Everest as the highest mountain. Kanchenjunga Expedition has successfully completed by many climbing groups since the first climb in 1955 by Joe Brown and George Band. Trekking trail to Kanchenjunga Expedition offers less disturbed natural beauties and the rural communities having unique traditions, culture and lifestyles. This will offer you a great chance of exploring the rural lifestyle of Nepal Himalayas.

Trip Facts :

Trip Facts Max. Elevation : 8,586m (28,169ft.) Location : Eastern Nepal (in the border with Sikkim) Coordinates : 27°42′09″ N 88°08′54″ E First Ascent : British Expedition, May 25, 1955 (by Joe Brown and George Band) Best Seasons : Late Spring and autumn Expedition Duration : 55 days Climbing Duration : 32 Days Group size : 2-12 persons

Mera Peak Climbing:

Mera Peak Climbing Mera Peak is the highest climbing peak in Nepal. Mera Peak climbing trail is very rich in natural beauties and there are well facilitated hotels/lodges which offers great hospitality. From the summit of Mera Peak the astonishing panorama of mountain ranges can be observed including five of the high mountains (more than 8000m in altitude) Mt. Everest, Lhotse, Cho Oyu , Makalu and Kanchenjunga. The trail passes through the beautiful Sherpa settlement where you will get chance to explore the rare and unique traditions, culture and lifestyles. This Mera Peak Climbing Trip will help you to be more close to Nepali Himalayan lifestyle. The spring and autumn season will offer you best views over clear sky.

Difficulty::

Difficulty: Difficulty level of Mera Peak Climbing is considered as Moderate. However stable health condition is mandatory. One should be able to walk at least 5 hours a day to Trek to Mera Peak .

Island Peak Climbing :

Island Peak Climbing Among the main climbing peaks in Nepal, Island Peak comes at the top list. Island Peak Climbing offers the great scenario of giant snow capped mountains and immense natural beauties. The Khumbu glacier and closure view of Mt. Everest are the main highlights of the Island Peak Climbing Tour. Additionally, it will introduce you to the unique traditions and cultures of the rural Himalayas.

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Difficulty Island Peak Climbing can be successfully completed by all the novice and expert climbers. However, physical fitness is compulsory. If you have any problem regarding heart than we will recommend you to first consult with your doctor before planning the trip. Best Seasons Specially spring and autumn seasons are considered as the best seasons for Peak Climbing in Nepal.

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