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Expedition / Peak climbing


Nepal first came into world focus when Tenzing Norgay Sherpa of Nepal and Sir Edmund Hillary of New Zealand conquered Mt. Everest in 1953. Ever since, there have been countless expeditions heading off to the Himalayas. With eight of world’s highest peaks within Nepal’s boundaries, there is tremendous interest in the Nepal Himalaya. Most of the peaks over 8000m high were conquered during the Golden Decade of Climbing in the 1950s. Climbing by then had become a national affair with various nations vying with each other to be the first to climb. Today it is all about breaking records. There are some 326 peaks in Nepal open for mountaineering today.

Climbing permits for peaks in the Nepal Himalayas are issued for all seasons by the Mountaineering Section of the Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation. The requisite official documents must be furnished when seeking permission to climb. Around 121 peaks do not require liaison officers for expedition while the rest must be accompanied by one.

Packages in Expedition / Peak climbing

Dhampus Peak is situated North-East of the big Dhaulagiri massif (8,167 m).. . .
Mt. Putha Hiunchuli (7,246m) is located in the Mid-west of Nepal in  D. . .
Island Peak, one of the most wanted peaks among climbers in Khumbu Himalay. . .
Langtang Region is a popular destination for climbing snow peaks and specta. . .
Yala Peak is a part  of  the Langtang Himal which is located at t. . .
Paldor Peak (5,903m) is located in the Ganesh Himal, North-west of Kathman. . .
 Paldor Peak (5,903m) is located in the Ganesh Himal, North-west of K. . .
Pisang Peak (6,092 m) is in the heart of the Annapurna massif require advan. . .
Mera Peak is the highest permitted trekking peak of Nepal. It stands to the. . .
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