• Mountain Expedition

Climbing in Himalaya is a dream of many mountaineers and trekkers around the world. Nepal is the only country in the world where you can climb the highest mountains in the world, having 1310 Himalayan Peaks over 6000m and among them eight are among fourteen highest peaks of the world.  Nepal offers joys of mountaineering which can be combined with the pleasure of trekking & expedition. Nepal is world famous for mountaineering and peak climbing. Few places in the world have such fascinating and glittering peaks and such astounding natural beauty.  The large number of Himalayan Peaks on the vicinity of highest mountain of the world has always been a great attraction to the mountain climbers. Ever since the country opened its peaks to climbers in 1949, the Nepal Himalayas has become a great theatre of mountaineering activity and the drama of success and failure have provided impulsion to thousands of men and women to meet the ultimate challenge.

Mountaineering beginners can enjoy trekking with a combination of peak climbing mainly in Everest, Annapurna and Langtang regions. The most popular trekking peaks are Island Peak, Mera Peak, Lobuche East Peak, in Everest region, Nayakanga Peak in Langtang region and Pisang Peak, Singuchuli Peak, Tharpu Chuli Peak in Annapurna region.

Activities in Mountain Expedition

  • Pumori Expedition

    Pumori Expedition

    Pumori is a fantastic mountaineering in Nepal. Mt. Pumori is one of the most popular and delightful mountain which is situated in the Northwest of Nepal, Khumbu Region. Climbing Pumori requires a moderate technical climb on ice and snow. Normally, we set up three camps above the base camp in its normal route, South East Ridge. Base camp will be set up at…
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  • Kanchenjunga Expedition

    Kanchenjunga Expedition

    Kanchenjunga is 3rd highest mountain in the world after Mt. Everest and Mt. K2. Kanchenjunga is situated in the eastern part of Nepal at 8598m. It was first climbed by a British team in 1956. It is an enormous mountain mass, and many satellite peaks rise from its narrow icy ridges. It is located on the border of Nepal and Sikkim, just 46 miles northwest…
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  • Baruntse expedition

    Baruntse expedition

    Baruntse is one of the beautiful 7,000m peaks in Nepal. It is also one of the few peaks of this height with a high rate of success of ascent on normal route. The approach to the mountain follows the Mera Peak trek up to Mera La and then to Baruntse base camp. (5,250m). Normally, we establish two camps above the base camp in the approach of the mountain.…
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  • Everest Expedition

    Everest Expedition

    Since the late 19th century, adventurous spirits have been fascinated with the ascent of the highest mountain in the world. Even though the highest mountain in the world has been conquered many times in these forty six year since the first conquest. Everest is still as mysterious, beguiling and magnificent as ever. Standing incredibly tall silhouetted…
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  • Amadablam Expedition

    Amadablam Expedition

    For the expedition in Nepal, Amadablam is one of the most stunning peaks in the Himalaya and one of the most impressive mountains in the world, located almost due south of Everest and Lhotse in the Khumbu region. Actually Ama Dablam means "The mother mountain" so it's also regarded as mother mountain and female. It stands among many 22,000 to 24,000 foot…
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