Showing trips from 1 to 10 of total trip.

Khayer Trek

Destination : Nepal
  • Grade : Moderate

Khayer is situated off the normal beaten trails of the Ghorapani trek and has to be done under canvas.The destination is a high mountain lake situated to the north of Annapurna South.The lake is popular with pilgrims at certain times of the year and the trek up provides some truely spectacular mountain views. The area […]

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Dudhpokhari ( Milky Lake) Namun La- pass (5560m) New Alternative way for Annapurna Region.

Destination : Nepal
  • Grade : Moderate

Dudhpokhari( Milky Lake) is situated on the border of Lamgung, Manang and the Kaski districts of Nepal is situated at an altitude of around (5300m). Legend has it that some three thousand years ago the Tamu community now Gurung community of Nepal entered this area from Tibet via the Namun Bhanjang Pass and made their […]

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Mardi Himal Trekking Peak (5587m)

Destination : Nepal

Mardi Himal is the most southerly peak of the Annapurna range. It is the lowest and least climbed peak. The photograph of the Mardi Himal (in the foreground) was taken in 1953 by Baisl Goodfellow and it drew the attention of western climbers. The first ascent of Mardi Himal was in 1961. The first route […]

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Ghorepani Poonhill Trek

Destination : Nepal
  • Grade : Easy

Ghorepani Poon hill Trek is one of the popular treks for witnessing the magnificent sceneries. You do not have long walking days to reach the most important point of the trek Poonhill which welcomes a large number of tourists including internal as well as international tourists every year. The peak of Poonhill actually offers extraordinary […]

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Equipment for Peak Climbing in Nepal

Destination : Nepal

Equipment for Peak Climbing in Nepal The following is a list of personal equipment you will need to bring with you neccessary for climbing many of the trekking peaks in Nepal.The company provides all ropes needed for the particular climb you are attempting including fixed ropes and main ropes and all the camping equipment needed.If […]

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Trekking equipments

Destination : Nepal

The list suggests you the equipments that you require while trekking in the Himalaya. You can bring the ones that you have and rest can be either bought or hired here in Kathmandu Suggested Equipment list Clothing: Medium weight walking boots A pair of trainers Warm jacket  preferably down A Waterproof  jacket and trousers (not […]

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Trekking in forbidden land of Mustang

Destination : Nepal
  • Grade : Moderate

Upper Mustang is a remote desolate and extremely fascinating almost moon like region of Nepal set amongst wind eroded hills on the borders of Tibet.The region preserves a very strong traditional Tibetan Buddhist culture in Nepal.The number of tourists allowed to visit is strictly regulated and it is open to only a few select trekking groups […]

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Top 15 highest mountains in the world

Destination : Nepal

World’s Top 15 tallest mountains 1. Everest Everest is the highest mountain in the world. It was named after George Everest, a geographer who studied India in the 19th century. The mountain is located on the border between Nepal and Tibet, and its height is 29,035.44 feet (8,850 meters) which is like 17 Taipei Towers! […]

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Nar Phu Valley Trek

Destination : Nepal
  • Grade : Strenuous

The Nar and Phu valleys are relatively newly opened to trekkers, two spectacular valleys inhabited by ethnic Tibetans.The trek combines high peaks and passes, glaciers, remote villages, narrow canyons, lovely forests, amazing rock formations, yaks, gompas and unique Himalayan cultures.The valleys of Nar and Phu are found off the Annapurna Circuit trail. The trail is […]

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Mountaineering Expedition Rules & Regulations

Destination : Nepal

Mountaineering expedition rules Mountaineering Rules and Regulation 2059 Government of Nepal has made the following rules by exercising the power of Section 56 of the Tourism Act, 2035 B.S. (1978 A.D.) 1. Short title and commencement: (a) These rules may be called the “Mountaineering Expedition Regulation, 2059 B.S. (2002 A.D.) (b) This regulation shall come […]

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