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Nepal Mountaineering

Nepal - The Himalayan Kingdom boasts of having EIGHT OF THE TEN HIGHEST PEAKS IN THE WORLD. Her pride is further backed up by the fact that there are more than 1300 magnificent pinnacles and peaks over 6,000 meters in this tiny country!

Everest Expeditions, Kanchenjunga climbing Expeditions, Dhaulagiri Expeditions, Manasalu Expeditions, Amadablam Expeditions, Baruntse Expeditions, Shishapangma Expeditions and Cho Oyu Expeditions are some of the more popular and adventurous mountaineering expeditions in Nepal.

Nepal has been the focus of some of the most outstanding achievements in the history of mountaineering. The dauntless icy peaks have, since time unmemorable, challenged the minds and bodies of those who dare!

Currently, there are more than 276 peaks opened for Mountaineering and Peak Climbing, including the highest of them all - the Mount Everest. Stretching for more than a thousand miles they provide you with tremendous variety and can meet all kinds of objectives: Pleasure, Thrills, Excitement, Challenge and you name it.. Whether you are simply a beginner or a mountain athlete, our mighty Himalayas are waiting eagerly to offer you a lot! Also, please be prepared that a single visit is simply not enough!!

Amazing Adventures OFFER A COMPLETE RANGE OF PEAK CLIMBING AND MOUNTAINEERING EXPEDITION SERVICES FOR ALL THE NEPAL AND TIBET HIMALAYAS. Mountaineering Teams can choose to take all or part of our services:

* Permit Acquisition
* Highland Sherpa Team
* Official Formalities
* All Transport Requirements
* Full Base Camp Support
* Customs Clearance and More.
PRIVATE EXPEDITIONS
Any expedition itinerary in this content can be arranged for private groups. You can cut costs with the self-led expedition option. Give us the organizational worries of your own expedition. Your expedition could be a carbon copy of one of those described in this content, arranged to suit your available holiday period, or we could make special arrangements for your own unique trip. Going private is an increasingly popular option, which has some distinct advantages:

You choose your own dates.
You decide whom you want to take with you.
You have the option to take our Sirdar (leader) or go self-led.

Services can be tailored to your budget. The cost of going private can be surprisingly reasonable, particularly if you take the self-led option. The larger the group, the lesser the cost per person is the general rule.

ACCLIMATIZATION TO HIGH ALTITUDES

We are all too aware of the effects that a rarefied atmosphere can have on the human body, so every expedition we operate includes a realistic acclimatization program. Acclimatization takes time and there are no safe shortcuts. The length of an expedition is usually determined by the time necessary for adaptation to the altitude. This could involve an acclimatization trek before the climb, or climbing a lower peak before the main objective. Such preparation is one of the main reasons why our expeditions achieve the highest possible success.

 

New Peaks Opened for Mountaineering

In its effort to attract adventure-loving tourists to Nepal for climbing peaks, His Majesty's government has recently opened 116 more peaks for climbing in the different parts of the country. Now, the government has authorized Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA) to operate 15 more mountaineering peaks which until this time was handled by the government. All peaks are above 6000 metres except one. Now the number of peaks opened for climbing has reached 276.

The opening up of these peaks in the context of celebrating Destination Nepal Year 2002-2003, International Year of Mountains 2002 and Golden Jubilee Celebration Year on the successful ascent of Mount Everest 2003 will help develop Nepal as a premier mountain tourism destination in the international arena. This step is also expected to contribute to develop the deprived and backward sectors from the viewpoint of Nepal's mountain tourism development.

New peaks that have very recently been opened for climbing are Tashi Kang (6386 m.), Tsartse (6398 m.), Khatung Kang (6484 m.), Norbu Kang (6005 m.), Kangfu Gaton (5916 m.), Nemjung (7139 m.), Danphe Sail (6103 m.), Ghenye Liru (6571 m.), Mera South (6064 m.), Naulekh (6240 m.), Khangri Shar (6811 m.), Khangri West (6773 m.) and Lung Sampa (6100 m.).

THE MOUNTAIN ENVIRONMENT

As a professional expedition organizer, we are very conscious of our responsibility to the mountain environment and the local people.

On the ground, our efforts to promote "sustainable mountain tourism" includes removal of all our rubbish from the mountain and base camp for proper disposal, centralized toilet facilities, a cash bonus system for Sherpas bringing rubbish and equipment down the mountain, removal of climbing gear and, whenever possible, fixed ropes from the climbs (extreme conditions may prevent this). We also use gas and kerosene for cooking, and discourage the burning of wood. There is always room for improvement and we are constantly reviewing our environmental policy for each wilderness region we visit. These measures are not easy to implement and they can be expensive, but the mountains are worth it. We ask all expedition members to cooperate fully with the environmental and cultural policy applicable to their trip. This will be much appreciated not only by us, but also by those who visit the mountains in the days ahead.

 

List of Some Mountain Peaks open For Climbing

  PEAK HEIGHT (Meters)
 

Mt. Rokapi
Mt. Dhaulagi
Mt. Korko
Mt. Khiuri Khala
Mt. Roma
Mt. Nampa II
Mt. Nampa III
Mt. Yokopahar (Nampa 7)
Mt. Kang Nagchugo
Mt. Bamongo
Mt. Chekigo
Mt. Dingjung Ri
Mt. Ganesh VI
Mt. Tobsar Peak
Mt. Larkya Peak
Mt. Nar Phu
Mt. Tso Karop Kang
Mt. Lhayul Peak
Mt. Changwatnang
Mt. Himjung
Mt. Gyajikang
Mt. Panbari
Mt. Tilje
Mt. Chhubohe Peak
Mt. Pokharkan
Mt. Ratna Chuli
Mt. Khumjung
Mt. Chhiv Himal
Mt. Jomsom Himal
Mt. Hongde
Mt. Putrung
Mt. Pokharkan
Mt. Saribung
Mt. Kang Kuru
Mt. Putkhang
Mt. Gajang
Mt. Gauguri
Mt. Chandi Himal
Mt. Arniko Chuli
Mt. Amotsang
Mt. Yubra Himal
Mt. Kyashar
Mt. Ek Rate Danda
Mt. Hungku
Mt. Peak-43
Mt. Nagpai Gosum 1
Mt. Nagpai Gosum 2
Mt. Nagpai Gosum 3
Mt. Palung Ri
Mt. Tengi Ragi Tau
Mt. Chota-Ri
Mt. Chago
Mt. Kanti Himal
Mt. Amphu I
Mt. Pangbuk Ri
Mt. Lintren
Mt. Pethangtse
Mt. Jobo Ribjang
Mt. Peak-41
Mt. Kumbatse
Mt. Langmocheri
Mt. Ombigaichen
Mt. Machhermo
Mt. Kyazo Ri
Mt. Nirekha Peak
Mt. ABI
Mt. Gorkha Himal
Mt. Pharilapcha
Mt. Luza Peak
Mt. Amphu Gyabjen
Mt. Talung
Mt. Domekhan
Mt. Janak
Mt. Sharphu 1
Mt. Chabuk (Tsajirip)
Mt. Anidesh Chuli
Mt. Loshar I
Mt. Sharphu 3
Mt. Loshar II
Mt. Pandra
Mt. Ghhanyala Hies
Mt. Ramtang Chang
Mt. Chang Himal(Ramtang N.)
Mt. Dazaney
Mt. Sobitongie
Mt. Phole
Mt. Lang Chung Kang
Mt. Sharphu 4
Mt. Danga
Mt. Taple Shikhar(Cross Peak) Mt. Merra
Mt. Kyabura
Mt. Sharphu 5
Mt. Mdm Peak
Mt. Sat Peak
Mt. Sharphu 2
Mt. Bokta Peak
Mt. Sharphu 6
Mt. Mojca Peak
Mt. Syaokang
Mt. White Wave
Mt. Lumba Sumba Peak
Mt. Lumba Samba
Tsartse
Lung Sampa
Naulekh
Khangri Shar
Khangri West
Mera South
Ghenye Liru
Danphe Sail
Nemjung
Kangfu Gaton
Norbu Kang
Khatung Kang
Tashi Kang

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