Mountaineering in Nepal

Nepal Mountaineering

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Langtang Gosaikunda Land, Entertainment, Water

Famous for: Amusement Parks, Lakes, Mountains

Langtang Gosaikunda trek combines the secluded and extravagant dale of Langtang, with the high mountain lakes at Gosainkund. Visit the stunning Langtang National park and then hike to the end of...

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Dhulikhel Land, Heritage, Nature, Pilgrim

Famous for: Temple, Monuments, Mountains

Dhulikhel is positioned in the central part of Nepal. This antique town is located 30 km east of Kathmandu. The main attractions of Dhulikhel are the majestic and panoramic mountains views, copi...

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Palanchowk Bhagawati Land, Pilgrim

Famous for: Temple

Palanchowk Bhagawati is one of the most stunning and most imperative Goddess images in Nepal, three feet tall gauzily engraved on black stone and festooned with charms. Many pilgrims’ stop...

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Charikot Land, Pilgrim

Famous for: Temple and Mountain

About 133 kilometers from Kathmandu, Charikot provides a fabulous mountain view of Gaurishankar. In the eastern upper part of Dolkha town one can find the illustrious roofless temple of Dolkha B...

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Helambu Land, Nature

Famous for: Wildlife

The Helambu-Panch Pokhari, the 5 Holy Lakes trekking area lies at the foot of Jugal Himal, towards the north east of Kathmandu vale and neighboring Tibet to its north, located at an altitude of ...

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Tansen Land, Nature

Famous for: Mountain

Tansen lies 4595 ft above sea level on the south side of the Mahabharat range, just off the Siddharta Highway from Pokhara to the Indian frontier (Bhairawa). The blend of a pleasant climate, mou...

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Mount Everest Land

Famous for: Scenic Beauty

The highest peak on earth - Mount Everest, Sagarmatha or Chomolungma - is 29,028 ft high. The route to the base of Mount Everest became popular following the, now celebrated, first mount of the ...

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Chitwan National Park Land, Entertainment, Water

Famous for: Scenic Beauty

The Chitwan National Park lies south-west of Kathmandu close to the Indian front line and is designated in the UNESCO list of world cultural heritage sites. Sheltered within the park are relics ...