Nepal is home to eight out of the ten highest mountains in the world including Sagmartha(mother of the universe) or more popularly known in the west as Mount Everest, standing at 8848metrs, the highest mountain on earth.It is not surprising that Nepal is known as an expedition paradise for climbers, mountaineers have been attracted to Nepal for many years, their aim being to challenge themselves against these mighty peaks that can be very cruel and very demanding at times.
It is essential that when on an expedition, the preparation and logistics are safely in place before attempting a summit of any kind, wether it be that the challenge of one of the higher mountains in the himalayan range, or the relatively easier option of a trekking peak, of which there are many to choose from.
Himalayan Global being part of the Boundless Himalayas Trekking & Expedition Group is able to call on many highly experienced mountain sherpas who between them have a vast local knowledge of the high mountain conditions found in Nepal. Our mountain guides between them have successfully summited all of the major peaks in Nepal, as well as many of the smaller peaks. Whilst lower in altitude, smaller peaks can be as technically difficult as those standing at 8000 meters and above
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