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 peaks.
Brief History of Expedition in Nepal
In 1949, Nepal started mountain tourism and opened its climbing peaks to tourists. After this, 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 a 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 a 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.
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). The fascinating traditional cultural and spectacular geography of the beautiful Himalayan
range of Manaslu expedition is demanding, climbing (peak ) Mount for adventure
climbers and trekkers present time also The climbing is more 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