Expeditions

A dazzling peak, Annapurna situated on the western region of Nepal. The range of Annapurna peak encompasses Annapurna I (8,091 m), thirteen peaks over 7,000 m and 16 mountains over 6,000 m. Annapurna I is the tenth highest peak among world’s fourteen mountain over 8,000m. Annapurna ascends east of the Kali Gandaki canyon which separates from Dhaulagiri massif. In Sanskrit, Annapurna means “filled of food” and usually translated as . . Read More

Popularly known as the Matterhorn of the Himalaya, the overwhelming ice-coated granite pyramid of Ama Dablam dominates the sky above the trekkers trail to the Everest Base Camp. The mountain derives its name from the glacier lying on its Southwest face. The glacier looks like a jewel box hanging on the neck of the mountain, hence the name Ama Dablam, literally meaning The Mothers Jewel Box. Interestingly, when a team led by Edmund Hillary scaled the . . Read More

Mt Everest climbing has proved to be a benchmark of climbing achievement. The mountain receives around 1000 summit attempts every year. Everest can be climbed both from the southern side Nepal and northern side Tibet. After the Cultural Revolution in the 1950s, China closed the Tibet borders to outsiders and Nepal began welcoming foreigners to the Everest Region. Since then the southern approach to the mountain via the Khumbu Valley became popular . . Read More

The third-highest mountain in the world, Kanchenjunga is an enormous mountain mass with many satellite peaks rising from its narrow icy ridges. Located in the Eastern Nepal the border of Nepal and Sikkim, Kanchenjunga is the most easterly of the 8,000 meter Himalayan peaks and consists of four separate summits - Main Summit, Middle Summit, South Summit & Yalung Kang or West Summit. Kanchenjunga was first summitted in 1955 by a British Expedition . . Read More

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