It was mountaineering that first opened up Nepal to the outside world. Of the world’s 14 highest peaks above 8,000 m, eight of them crown Nepal’s northern skyline, including the highest Mt. Everest. Not surprisingly, the fascination of scaling these physically demanding peaks draws crowds of visitors from abroad year after year. The mountains are open for climbing in all the four climbing seasons:

  • spring (March-May),
  • summer (June-August),
  • autumn (September-November) and
  • winter (December-February).
    The Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation issues permits for the 8000er peaks and Restricted mountains while the Nepal Mountaineering Association issues permits for the smaller trekking peaks between 5,587 m and 6,654 m.

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Himalaya Sky Camp @ PhulKharka.

IHimalaya Sky Camp @ PhulKharka 

Nestled between Manaslu Conservation Area to the west, Langtang National Park to the east and Tibet to the north, lies a beautiful vi...

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Gokyo & Everest BC Trek

This trek explores the breathtaking Gokyo valley which is located adjacent of the Khumbu. Gokyo is a land of high altitude lakes and icy glaciers.



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The Mystical Mustang 4wd Drive Tour.

Mustang is the hinterland enriched with mainly barren ridges, deep canyons, eroded cliffs and Moraine valleys. Its landscape is unrivaled for it has a stupendous wilderness, pri...

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