Mountaineering

Nepal is home to eight of the highest peaks in the world, making it the most sought place for mountaineering. The snowy Himalayas cover 77% of the total area in Nepal. This mountaineering heaven has more than 326 peaks to choose from starting with Everest, Lhotse and Annapurna. Mountaineering in Nepal has developed in recent years as a recreational adventure sport. It is a high altitude trekking activity, attracting mountaineers from around the world to explore these deep valleys and sky-high peaks. Despite the harsh difficulties that arise due to high altitude and technical difficulties, mountaineering has been a continuous learning process here in Nepal. The extremely talented Sherpas and other mountaineering expert have made the idea of experiencing breathtaking view and amazing adventure very accessible. However, the safety measures, experience and physical fitness for this activity is supposed to be very high. Nepal is home to eight of the highest peaks in the world, making it the most sought place for mountaineering. The snowy Himalayas cover 77% of the total area in Nepal. This mountaineering heaven has more than 326 peaks to choose from starting with Everest, Lhotse and Annapurna.

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