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The Ultimate Guide to Everest Base Camp Trek

Everest Base Camp Trek

Mount Everest (at an altitude of 8848 m) being the world’s highest peak attracts hundreds of expedition lovers each year. Anyone who is fond of traveling and has learned or heard about this mighty mountain dreams of being there once in a lifetime. But this is not possible for everyone. Climbing Mount Everest takes great courage, a hefty amount of money, relentless effort and physical fitness and mental strength as well. And there comes a savior and it’s Everest Base Camp trek!

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Nepal Trekking Packing List – A Guide To Essential Packing For Trekking

Before embarking on a journey to Nepal for trekking, it is crucial to pack trekking equipment in a balanced way. There is a fine line between packing too less and packing too much for a trek and it is important to be careful about it. Since the treks in Nepal starts at a lower elevation and ends up in the higher altitude, the variation of gears required for the trip is diverse.

What to pack and what not to pack also depends on whether the trek is teahouse or the camping. Another significant factor that determines the weight of your backpack for the trek is if you have porter during your trip. If you have one, most of your equipment will be carried by the porter.

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Tilicho Lake Trekking

Tilicho Lake is a well-known trekking destination, which is a part of Annapurna region in the Himalayas of Nepal. The lake is situated at an altitude of 4,919 m (16,138 ft.) from sea level in Manang district. Tilicho Lake is particularly famous for world’s highest lake trek and also holds religious significance. Read More

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Nuptse Mountain

Mount Nuptse is also called Mt. Nuptse. In Tibetan Language, Nuptse means West Peak. And Nuptse is in the western part of Lhotse-Nuptse-massif. Also, Mt. Nuptse borders with Everest’s Western Cwn, which is a broad, flat, gently undulating glacial valley basin terminating at the foot of the Lhotse Face of Mount Everest) Read More

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Mount Ama Dablam

Overview and Location

Ama Dablam, one of the most aesthetic mountains on Earth is situated in the Himalayan range of Nepal in the Northern part of East Nepal. Ama Dablam lies in the Everest region and is widely known as the “Matterhorn of the Himalaya”. Because of its exposed and varied climbing altitude Read More

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Lhotse

Mt. Lhotse is the fourth highest mountain peak after Mt. Everest (8848m), Mt. Ketu (8611m) and Mt. Kanchenjunga (8586m). It is at an altitude of 8516m from the sea level. In the Tibetan language, the meaning of Lhotse is “Southern peak”. Read More

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The Ultimate Guide to Annapurna Base Camp Trek

Annapurna Base Camp Overview

If you are a trekking enthusiast, traveling in/to Nepal, there’s no way you haven’t heard of Annapurna Base Camp Trek. Annapurna Base Camp (also known as ABC and Annapurna Sanctuary) Trekking is one of the most popular trekking destinations in Nepal after Everest Base Camp trek. The ABC Base Camp Trek offers the grandiose mountain vistas and amazing trekking experience, which is why it is a must trek for all the trekking lovers.

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15 Famous Trekking Routes of Nepal

Nepal is situated in South Asia and has India and China as neighboring countries. Its total area is 147,181 square kilometers and has a populace of around 30 million. Kathmandu is the country’s capital and the nation’s biggest metropolitan city. The political system is the Federal Democratic Republic. Nepal is known for its natural beauty, with the famous Himalayas running over the northern border of the nation.

Nepal has various topography, rich biodiversity, cultures, and religions; hence, it has established itself as one of the exotic tourist destinations in the world. Of the 14 highest mountains over 8,000 meters on the earth, eight are situated in Nepal including Mount Everest (8,848 meters), the most elevated top in the World and other 240 mountains over 6,000 meters high.
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