Nepal is a country of high Himalayas with many eight thousanders which are located in various parts of the country. Nepal has many high peaks most of which are above 8,000 meters. Being the home to world’s highest peak, Mount Everest, Nepal indeed is a country that has a series high Himalayan ranges all of which are quite famous for mountaineering activities and other hiking trekking activities all over the world.
The most famous peaks besides Everest is Kanchenjunga which is the second highest in the nation while simultaneously the third highest peak in the world. The other high mountains are Makalu, Lhotse, Cho Oyu, Dhaulagiri, Annapurna and Manaslu are some of the famous high peaks in Nepal. There are plenty of other peaks as well which are spectacular in views and the trails are excellent and challenging at times making it somewhat difficult and equally thrilling experience so far. The peaks are high and of various heights and as a matter of fact they vary in the level of difficulty. That is why Nepal makes a great destination for adventure seekers and outdoor lovers who are spontaneous when it comes to activities like these. With Nepal’s amazing trekking infrastructure, you can fly in arrange a trekking permit and start walking right in but before that you should make a tough choice of selecting a peak of all the high peaks available.
Trekkers who head towards the west of Nepal enter a world of immaculate wild scenery, clear mountain lakes and ancient Buddhist kingdoms that strap onto the roof of the world. There’s little support for trekkers here because most routes are only reachable by mountain flights, and you’ll need a trekking and expedition company to arrange restricted-area permits, guides, packhorses, camping equipment and food. The reward for all this planning, organizing and expense is the chance to trek far beyond the familiar Nepal, meeting remote communities who have been touched only lightly by the modern world.