Expedition Nepal info
Mountaineering/ Expedition in Nepal is one of the most thrilling destinations in the world. Expedition/ Mountaineering in Nepal are the most challenging but a worthwhile adventure journey of Himalayas. Mountaineering/ Expedition in Nepal is all about exploring the virgin and magnificent Himalayas as well as its natural bio-diversity. Mountaineering/ Expedition in Nepal is another major tourism activity for adventure lovers. A Himalayan country Nepal is a home of eight highest peaks among the 14 highest peaks in the world including Mt. Everest Expedition Nepal, Kanchanjunga Expedition Nepal, Lhotse Expedition Nepal, Makalu expedition Nepal, Cho. Oyu expedition Nepal, Dhaulagiri Expedition Nepal, Manaslu expedition Nepal and Annapurna expedition Nepal.
Since Tensing Norge Sherpa and Sir Edmund Hilary successfully done expedition on Mt. Everest, the tiny country Nepal opened for mountaineering/ expedition in 1949, the mountaineering activity has become the most popular trend of alluring hundreds of adventure seekers to Nepal every year. In a simply way, we can explain Expedition/ Mountaineering is being on of the best adventure holidays sport for Himalayan adventure lover in Nepal. Either the interest is simply climbing a peak or an expedition/ mountaineering on 7000 or 8000 meter peak, Expedition/ mountaineering Himalayas in Nepal has become a nightmare for most of the adventure enthusiasts and mountaineers/Expedition in Nepal. Amadablam expedition, Baruntse expedition, Pumori expedition are measured the famous among 6000 & 7000 meter peaks where as Mt. Everest expedition, Mt. Kanchanjanga expedition, Mt. Dhaulagiri expedition , Mr. Makalu expedition , Mt. Lhotse expedition as well as Mt. Manaslu expedition, are the 8000 meter peaks for the challenging Mountaineering/ Expedition in Nepal . We arrange fully guided and logistic support for expedition on Everest, Cho Oyu, and Shishapangma in Tibet. We organize all theses expedition in Nepal Himalayas for a long time.
However, climbing on the 8000ers is the most difficult challenge that Nature offers to human beings. We advise all, including the professional mountain climbers, to get enough training and preparation long before them attempt any of the 8,000ers. Expedition/Mountaineering season in Nepal is divided into two seasons, spring and autumn. The most popular among them is the spring season, when the harsh weather of winter leaves the mountain after dumping fresh snow and before the monsoon starts. The second best season would be the autumn season. There are 263 Himalayan peaks are opened for Mountaineering/ expedition in Nepal. Mountaineering/ Expedition peaks are above 6,500 m. to world highest peak Mount Everest 8848 m.
We promise to provide you all support for expedition in Nepal. Good Taste Treks & Expedition Pvt. Ltd organize expedition in Nepal especially Himalaya section, including world highest peak and many other Himalayas peaks. Remember us for expedition in Nepal with all necessary infrastructures to assist you in your summit attempt. We will do the necessary paperwork for expedition/climbing permit, organize all accommodation before and after expedition in Nepal. Earlier high altitude experience is extremely required. Our Nepalese mountain climbing guides and Sherpas are some of the most experienced in the world since long time and will help you as much as possible in your summit attempt at every step for your comfortable, easier, unforgettable and unbeaten summit once in your lifetime.
Popular Expedition peak list Nepal
|Climbing Peak below 8000
||Height||Climbing Peak 8000 plus
|Annapurna I Expedition||0||Everest Expedition||0|
|Annapurna II Expedition||0||Makalu Expedition||0|
|Annapurna III Expedition||0||Dhaulagiri Expedition||0|
|Annapurna IV Expedition||0||Manaslu Expedition||0|
|Annapurna SouthExpedition||0||Kanchenjuna Expedition||0|
|Amadablam Expedition||0||Lhotse Expedition||0|
|Gangapurna Expedition||0||Thamserku Peak||0|
|Baruntse Expedition||0||Saipal Himal Expedition||0|
|Api Himal Expedition||0||Kumbha Karna Expedition||0|
|Cho oyu Expedition||0||Tilicho Peak Expedition||0|