Climbing and expeditions are world-renowned adventure sports. Climbing the peaks of the mountains is the signature thing of Nepal, having more than 800 mountain peaks there are more than enough choices for you to make to conquer some of the beautiful mountains of the world according to your abilities. The history of expedition goes way back to the 1950s when the first 8000 were conquered in Annapurna by Maurice Herzog and Louis Lachenal, of a French expedition led by Maurice Herzog in 1950 and the most renowned expedition of all time on Mt.Everest by Sir Edmund Hilary anD Tenzing Norgay Sherpa.
Nepal has some of the elite destinations for those wanting the astounding mountainous experience. The number of adventurists wanting to conquer the mountains is increasing day by day. Climbing gives you experiences of every kind such as extreme Himalayan lifestyle, Cultural heritages, Himalayan environment, natural diversity, wildlife, ancient historical places. Climbing a peak isn’t done just by getting to the base to conquer a peak, it is done by a whole lot of preparation from acclimatizing your body to engaging in local communities to trying out cultural and traditional cuisines of Nepal to make you fit for the expedition.
Nepal has 8 out of 14, peaks above 8000 m which makes Nepal a top destination for enthusiastic mountaineers. Therefore it's up to oneself to determine the peak he/she wants to conquer according to oneself abilities. Some of the famous peaks of Nepal if you want to conquer above 8000 m's are Mt.Everest, Mt. Kanchenjunga, Mt.Lhotse, Makali, Cho Oyu, Dhaulagiri, Manasalu, Annapurna I respectively. Likewise, some of the famous 7000 m's are Himchuli peak, Tilicho Peak, Tukuche, Ama Dablam, Gangapurna, Ganesh I. Different peaks require different standards of preparations, so climbing a peak is to set up by ownself taking into consideration your physical fitness, previous experience in trekking.
Often the season you chose to climb has direct implications on your success of the expedition. Your safety and a successful trip to climb a peak are very much dependent upon the right season. Climbing requires a diverse checklist of conditions such as wind speed, elevation, the topography of the region, slopes that might be susceptible to avalanche & temperatures also taking into consideration human and tech support. So depending upon the peak the best time differs accordingly. Some of the popular climbing peaks of Nepal like Mt. Everest is mostly done in April-may due to clearer and calmer weather in that specific period. A famous 7000m peak also known as the most beautiful peak in Nepal, Amadablam peak, Autumn is the best season. So It totally depends upon the topography, location, and elevation of the peak to define the best possible season for the expedition.
Luxury Holidays Nepal has some elite peak climbing plans with attractive offers and bonuses. Island Peak Expedition, Lobuche East Peak Climbing with Everest Base Camp, Mera peak climbing, Mt Everest Expedition, Chulu West Peak Climbing, etc are our more popular and most chosen peaks to Climb.
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