Nepal is home to the highest peak of the world, the Everest, at an altitude of 8848 m. A strenuous expedition, the Everest was climbed first on 1953 and has since been climbed with an average of 1000 mountaineers per year. Proper acclimatization and previous knowledge of mountain climbing along with a very good physique
Mt. Dhaulagiri is the 5th highest mountain in Nepal and the 7th highest in the world. Situated in the northwest region in the Myagdi District, this peak stands tall at an altitude of 8167 m. The peak was climbed first in 1960 and many successful as well as unsuccessful attempts have been made since then.
The Annapurna range constitute a number of peaks spread over 55 km, east of the deepest gorge in the world, the Kali Gandaki which separates it from the Dhaulagiri range. Annapurna Conservation Area surrounds the entire region around the Annapurna, home to various treks like the Annapurna circuit Trek and Base Camp trek. Annapurna I
Manaslu (8163 m) just 4 m lower than Dhaulagiri (8167 m) is the eight highest mountain in the world and the 5th highest in Nepal, situated in the Kali Gandaki Valley. Lying 40 miles east of Annapurna, this mountain offers a spectacular, adventurous climb through steep paths. As of now, six routes are present for