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Expedition in Nepal


Expedition in Nepal

  • June 25, 2021

                            Expedition in Nepal



Expedition in Nepal, One can explore the beauty of Nepal in many ways, like trekking, peak climbing, cultural tour or jungle safari. But the authentic way to experience the beauty and adventure of Nepal is through an expedition in the Himalayas. Nepal is one of the favorite destinations for every mountaineer and adventure seeker. As, it offers a wide range of peaks, from iconic Everest to stunning Island Peak and others 6000m to 8000ms peak. 

The remote villages, wildlife of the Himalayas, breathtaking view of peaks, magnificent glaciers, rich culture, and lifestyle of ethnic groups of the Himalayas are the true essence of Nepal’s expedition. All these highlights offer you a chance to experience the authentic adventure of an expedition in Nepal.

Brief History of Expedition in Nepal

In 1949, Nepal started mountain tourism and opened its climbing peaks for tourists. After which, many famous climbers made history by climbing the highest mountains of Nepal.

The Annapurna was first climbed by Morris Herzog and Luis Lachine with a French Annapurna Expedition on 3 June 1950.  On May 29, 1953, Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay with a British Expedition were the first to successfully reach the summit of Mt. Everest. Before Everest, Sir Edmund Hillary had also attempted Cho Oyu in 1952.  Due to the lack of route, it remained unsuccessful.


Their success stories inspired many other mountaineers and promoted the mountain tourism of Nepal. Since that time mountain expedition in Nepal has been the major attraction for climbers from all over the world. 

In Nepal, the period from 1950 to 1960 was the golden age of Mountain climbing. The mountain tourism industry started growing with many well-established private companies. 


Mountains for Expedition in Nepal

Nepal is home to eight of the world’s highest mountains at an altitude of 3,500m above such as Everest, Kanchenjunga, Lhotse, Makalu, Cho Oyu, Dhaulagiri, Annapurna, and Manaslu. 

Besides these eight highest peaks, there are further 326 climbing peaks for mountaineering expeditions. Everest and Annapurna are the attention-grabbing mountain peaks of Nepal. Similarly, other mountain peaks like Lhotse, Ama Dablam, and Manaslu are also quite popular.

Moreover, Nepal also keeps introducing new unexplored peaks occasionally. Which provides you a chance to be the first to explore and climb the peaks that have never climbed before.

The Ministry of Tourism manages the administration of mountain peaks above 6,500m. Meanwhile, The Nepal Mountaineering Association manages the administration of Trekking Peaks. That ranges from 5,800m to 6,584m.

The Best Mountain Expedition in Nepal

Nepal offers plenty of climbing peaks for a mountain expedition. But among them, here are the three best mountain expeditions:

1) Mount Everest Expedition 

Every mountaineer expedition in Nepal dreams of reaching the world’s highest point, the summit of Mount Everest (8,848.86 ft). Mt. Everest is also known as Sagarmatha in Nepali and Chomolungma in Tibetian. It lies in the most beautiful mountain region, the Khumbu region of Nepal. 

The Expedition to Mount Everest is the greatest challenge and lifetime experience at the same time. The rewarding view of Khumbu Glacier, the settlements of the Sherpa people, and the rich history of the expedition will make your journey interesting. 

The South Col and Northeast Ridge are the two common routes to climb this iconic mountain. Climbers mostly prefer the South Col route because it provides the most assured means to reach the summit.

The routes to reach the top are full of challenges and difficulties that need good mountaineering skills and full determination. Despite all the struggle, the feeling of reaching the summit of magnificent Everest is unbeatable. 

2) Manaslu expedition in nepal

Manaslu 8,163 m, is a large summit, the eighth 8,000 on the earth. Its Sanskrit  Manasa means “mountain of the spirit” or “refuge of the soul”. The ascent of Manaslu is technically affordable for mountaineers. However, it remains a big undertaking like all the climbs of the highest Himalayan peaks. Manaslu is less crowded in spring than in autumn because most of the expeditions are to Everest.

Manaslu expedition in Nepal, we offer you a combination Manaslu circuit trekking  Larke la pass (5160m). Fascinating traditional culturally and spectacular geographically of a beautiful Himalayan range of Manaslu expedition is demanding, climbing  (peak ) Mount for adventure climber and trekkers in present time also The climbing is technical than other peaks like Cho Oyu and Shisha Pangma. This crossing of the different Himalayan stages is also a real journey to the discovery of some Nepalese ethnic families as we cross villages inhabited by Gurung, Tibetans

3) Baruntse expedition 

The Baruntse is fantastic climbing in the Eastern Himalayas of Nepal. Isolated by vast expanses of ice, its access is relatively difficult. We cross the Mera la Pass and take the opportunity to climb Mera peak (6470m).  therefore, those who wish, to climb Mera Peak at 6,461 m also can join the Baruntse base camp. However, We ascents via the West Col route which is open by Eric Shipton and Edmund Hillary in 1952.

We Walk in the heart of the splendid Hunku valleys, between sparkling glaciers and lakes, which allows excellent acclimatization. Finally, our assault on the south ridge will be carrying out from the Barun range. Its extraordinary panoramic view of Ama Dablam, Mt. Lhotse, and Mt. Makalu. We will be in the heart of the highest mountains in the world.

4) Himlung himal expedition

The Himlung Himal is  most popular 7,000m peak nepal. However, it is not technically the simplest. This expedition is the ideal peak to summit. those who want to discover the high altitude and naturally. it has become more frequent, especially in the fall. It is a peak that we know very perfectly. we approach with an even more detailed itinerary for a better start to the region and gradual acclimatization. The ascent takes place in a very high mountain atmosphere and without significant objective risk.

The first part of the route, from French Camp to Camp 3, is technically affordable. Then, the altitude makes itself felt. To access camp 4 at Lung La is a little more physical, on large, not very steep slopes. On the last, the final ridge of the route is more demanding and real ease in mountaineering.  without being really difficult we summit the peak.

5) Ama Damblum expedition 

A beautiful Mt. Ama Dablam means reliquary of the mother. Its references, the star-shaped necklace worn by Sherpanis (women of the Sherpa ethnic group). During, the expedition We follow a normal route from the southwest. The route is opened by Mike Gill, Barry Bishop, Mike Ward, and Wally Romanes in 1961.

Ama Dablam is located in the Khumbu massif, at the foot of two 8000, Everest and Lhotse. Its aesthetics and its difficulty, real but surmountable for an experienced mountaineer, make it particularly attractive. Despite everything, it accessible to about twenty climbers every day when the weather is good

6) Annapurna Expedition

The Annapurna (8,091m) is the tenth highest and most popular mountain for the expedition in Nepal. It is a 55 km long massif, settled in north-central Nepal. Kali Gandaki Gorge bounds this giant massif on the west. Meanwhile, the Marshyangdi river and Pokhara valley bound it from the east and south, respectively.The steep climbing, zigzag crosses, high risk of avalanches and fatality makes Annapurna one of the most dangerous mountains. Therefore, during winter you should avoid the expedition otherwise it can become life-threatening. 

Moreover, this expedition will offer you a chance to experience the settlements of the Thakali people and the stunning view of the Upper Mustang valley. During this expedition, maintain your attitude of accepting and dealing with challenges. It is necessary to have proper climbing skills and solid experience.

7) Makalu Expedition

Makalu (8,463) is the world’s fifth highest mountain, which lies in the Mahalangur Himalayas, southeast of Mt. Everest. It has a stunning pyramid-like shape with four sharp-edged ridges.

During your expedition, you will come across the colorful rhododendron, different orchids, wildflowers, and mixed settlements of various ethnic groups. That offers a splendid chance to explore the flora of Himalayan regions.

The expedition to Makalu is challenging with the hanging icefall, steep slopes, and rock pillar. It is a technical mountain that needs a good mountaineering experience and at least one attempt on a mountain of 8,000m. 

Mountaineering Expedition Team in Nepal

In Nepal, you will find plenty of trekking companies that offer fully guided expeditions in the Himalayas. These companies provide high-class services and take care of your safety. 


we arrange all the essential items like food, utensils, chairs, tents, etc that you will need in your expedition. Also, they provide a team of well-trained climbing guides, professional porters, skilled cooks, and experienced staff to enhance your journey through the Himalayas. 

During the expedition, the team will fix ropes and ladders across the route for your safety. Porters or Sherpas will carry the logistics of mountain climbing throughout the expedition. 

The locations to set camp are pre-decided where you can rest and eat at night. Every member of the team helps each other in preparing meals and cleaning up. It offers an opportunity for you to learn more about the people and culture of Nepal. 

Permits for mountaineering Expedition in Nepal 

As per the rule of the Nepal government, climbers must get a permit for every trekking region of Nepal. Otherwise, you will not be allowed to continue further from the check post. For further details, you can check the official website of the alpinist club .

Permit for National Park and Conservation Area of N.epal:

The climbers have to take permits from Nepal Trekking and TIMS to enter these regions. These regions are easily accessible and well developed that ensures the quick progress and success of your mountaineering expedition in Nepal. 

  1. The trekking regions of Everest (Sagarmatha), Makalu, Langtang, and Dolpo are National Parks.
  2. The trekking regions like Annapurna, Manaslu, Gaurishankar, and Kanchenjunga regions are Conservation Areas. 

For a permit, you will need a passport copy, passport-size photo, and fee amount. The permit fee may vary depending upon the trekking routes. For further details, you can visit the official website of the  alpinist club 

Permits for Restricted areas of  Expedition in Nepal:

For restricted areas, climbers have to get special permits from the Department of Immigration. The restricted area comprises remote places with challenging routes. For which you may need a completely distinct approach for the mountaineering expedition in Nepal.

  1. The regions like Mustang, Manaslu, Dolpo, Kanchenjunga fall among the restricted areas.
  2. To get the permit you have to hire a licensed trekking guide from a registered trekking company.

For further details l, you can check the official website of the alpinist club




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