Peak Climbing In Nepal
Nepal is country of Himalayas, known as Himalayan Kingdom. From the southern flat lands to the siwalik, midhills and the highest summit of the world, Mount Everest at the north. Eight out of the Ten world's highest peak lies in Nepal including the toppest Mt. Everest. Kanchenjunga, Lhotse, Makalu, Cho-Oyu, Dhaulagiri Manaslu and Annapurna are other peaks that attracts more and more expeditioners each year. The presence of some beautiful trekking routes, attract hundreds of thousands of people from all over the world to this lovely Himalayan destination. Each summit stand there and challange people to conquer them wow!!!
After permiting first time for climbing in 1949, Nepal has opening the gateway for climbers. The Government of Nepal has opened 326 peaks for the mountaineering activities among its numerous peaks. The Government of Nepal has categorized various peaks as suitable for mountaineering expeditions which involves significant sound technical arrangements and are also relatively costly.
Likewise it has specified a number of 33 peaks which are called “Trekking Peaks”. These peaks are allowed for Peak Climbing and are controlled by the Nepal Mountaineering Association.
The himalayanaction is providing skilled, experienced and proffesional mountian climbing guides for peak climbing. Creating the suitable environment for Peak climbing and helping to conquer the giant still and challenging peaks will be the prior service by the company.