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Mountaineering in Nepal

Mountaineering in Nepal

The expeditions to mountains in Nepal gained its popularity as adventure sports all over the world after Mt. Everest was ascended by Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay in May 1953. Standing out as the greatest range of mountains on earth, the Himalayas hold irresistible tempt for the mountaineers, which the mountaineers reciprocate by their true respect and admiration.  The attractiveness, enormity, charm and mystique nature will always have a never-ending appeal for those who undertake this heroic venture in majestic Himalayas.

Comprising 8 out of 14 eight thousanders of world, Nepal has been successful to grab the attention of adventure and mountain lovers from all around the globe. Also referred to as the roof of the world, Nepal gives the travelers an incredible opportunity to explore the people, wild habitat, culture, nature and adventure at a single moment. The challenging and demanding mountains are equally rewarding as well; the sole feeling of venturing to the mysterious heights will be enough to bring about pleasurable astonishment.

Guaranteed satisfaction and feeling of self fulfillment is what you can get from expedition in Nepal. Blaze mountain adventure is a certified and registered company and operates the expeditions under the guidance and monitoring of the government agencies like Nepal tourism Board and Ministry of Tourism and Civil aviation. Blaze mountain adventure  understand that your time and money are precious to you; hence we try our best to provide the optimum service with no compromises made on quality and reliability. Hurry up and book yourself the everlasting moment of glory and triumph.

Popular Expedition in Nepal

   Above 8000m                                     Below 8000m
Kanchenjunga expedition      Pumori expedition
Makalu expedition                    Kumbha karna expedition
Manaslu expedition                  Api himal expedition
Everest expedition                   Amadablam expedition
Annapurna expedition
Dhaulagiri expedition