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Sherpani Col Amphu Laptsa Pass Trek 25 days

Place coover Kathmandu- Tumlingtar-Makalu Valley -Sherpani col-Amphu laptsa pass-Namche-Lukla-Kathmandu

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Mera Peak Climbing 17 days

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Rolwaling Tashi Lapcha Pass Trek 18 days

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Dhaulagiri High Pass Trekking 18 days

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2010 September/October 7 Person Group Camping Trek Je vous recommande tout particulièrement l’agence Alsace Nepal Trek pour l’avoir testé depuis de nombreuses années. Dhane Gurung, son directeur, sait s’adapter aux demandes particulières qui lui sont faites. Pour ma part, je recherche des treks pas trop courus et il a toujours su y répo ... Soize Labarre Read More

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Mountaineering
Mountaineering of Nepal

Himalayan range of Nepal boasts of having eight of the worlds highest fourteen peaks over 8000m, including the highest of them all, Mt. Everest and numerous others trekking peaks between 5000m and 6500m. The 850Km long stretch of mountains in Nepal were the topic of discussion among adventure lovers for a long time as there was no access to the country and was closed for rest of the world other than the British who had a very cordial relation with the Rana rulers. The downfall of the Ranas brought a new era in Mountaineering and Climbing in Nepal. instantly became a passionate adventure treat for mountaineers after the country first opened doors to climbers back in 1949.

Many people made attempts to climb mountains with height of more than 8000m. In 1951 Maurice Herzog successfully reached the summit of the Annapurna and that was a mile tone in the History of Nepalese Mountaineering.  In 1953 when Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgey set their first ever foot on the summit of Mt. Everest the highest Mountain of the world. Soon after the pair’s first historical victory of the Everest, Nepal got a new image among the adventure lovers around the world.