Expeditions


Expedition in Nepal is Avery much exciting and adventurous activities. The Himalayan, extending for eight hundred kilometer from east to west of country. It has more than 13 hundred peaks with an altitude of more than six thousand meters and eight rise above eight thousand meters-eight of the fourteen highest peaks in the world. In142 peaks are officially allowed to be climbed. of these, 104 are classified as Expedition Peaks. They are climbed by official expeditions only and involve a special permit, a royalty payment, endorsement of the home national Trekking agency and the accompaniment of a liaison officer. We will arrange you every thing for almost all mountains.

 

 

Amadablam Expediiton

Ama Dablam is one of the most stunning peaks in the Himalaya. Situated in the heart of Khumbu region, it lies next to well-worn path to the Everest Base Camp...

 
 

Everest Expediiton

"The grandest thirty miles of the Himalaya". That was how H.W. Tilman, the great British mountaineer, described Nepal's Everest region. The highest peak in the Earth,...

 

Everest Expediiton From Tibet

"The grandest thirty miles of the Himalaya". That was how H.W. Tilman, the great British mountaineer, described Nepal's Everest region. The highest peak in the Earth,...

 

Pumori Expedition

Pumori is the most popular mountain for those who whish to climb 7000m peaks in the Himalayas of Nepal. We arrange both the logistic support and guided climbing for Pumori expedition....

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