Nepal Himalayas

Nepal Himalayas

Nepal Himalaya is on the foot of the high Mahalngur area of the world. There is a beautiful country located in Asia and a country called Nepal.

From the world, Nepal is called the land of Himalayas. Nepal contains the greatest mountain chain in the world.

The Nepal Himalayas stretch about 1 hundred thousand square kilometers and the area is covered between Afghanistan and South China from where eight hundred kilometers of the Himalayan is situated in Nepal.

In Nepal, There are eight highest peaks in the top ten Mount Everest is the world’s highest peak with a height of 8,848 meters.

In Nepal, the thirteen hundred Himalayas are more than six thousand meters high which increases the beauty of the nation and more.

Besides Mount Everest, Nepal’s highest mountains are Mount Kanchenjunga, 8,611m, Mount Lhotse 8,516m, Mt.

Makalu 8,485m, mount Cho-you 8,188 meters, Mount Dhaulagiri 8,167 meters, Mount Manaslu 8163 meter and Mount Annapurna 8091 meters.

Along with the highest mountains there are some famous and beautiful mountains too. These are Mount Machhapuchhre 6993m and Langtang Himal 7,227 Meter etc.

Every tourist’s favorite route in Nepal is the route in the Himalayan area like Everest Base Camp, Annapurna Base Camp, Annapurna Circuit, Everest panorama view trek, Upper Mustang, and many more to the route of trekking in Nepal.

Every trekker wishes to go trekking in the Himalayas due to the high Himalayas’ beautiful scenery and breathtaking views.

The highest Himalayas in Nepal are as follows:-

1. Mount Everest 8,848 Meters

Mount Everest is the utmost crowning in the world. Everest is located on the Eastern side of Nepal which very popular Area called Khumbu, the border of Nepal and China. The altitude of the highest peak in the world is 8,848 meters.

Everest is located in the Mahalangur Region of the Himalayas the popular spout called Namche Bazar. Mount Everest, Sir Edmund Hillary, and Tenzing Norgay Sherpa are the first people who submit.

They climbed Mount Everest on 29th May 1953. There are two major routes to Climb Mt Everest and they are from South and North. Every year more than 35 thousand people Visit the Everest region.

2. Mount Kanchenjunga 8,611 Meters

Mount Kanchenjunga is the third-highest peak in the world and is Located at an altitude of 8,611 meters.

Mount Kanchenjunga was measured as the world’s highest mountain in the world before the encounter with the Primary reflection of a computerized system.

In the central part of the Kanchenjunga region, this mountain is situated. Joe Brown and George Band are the first people to Climb Mount Kanchenjunga. They climbed Mount Kanchenjunga on 25th May 1955. Every year, around 40 to 50 people use to Climb Mount Kanchenjunga.

3. Mount Lhotse 8, 516 Meters

Mount Lhotse is the fourth-highest peak in the world and is located just near Mount Everest and the altitude of Lhotse is 8,516 Meters. Mount Lhotse is located eastern side of Nepal and it is the border side of Nepal and China.

Fred Beckey, George Bell, and Richard McGowan are the first people to climb Mount Lhotse. They Climbed Mount Lhotse on 18th May 1956. There are two peaks in Mount Lhotse and they are called Lhotse Middle and Lhotse Shar.

According to the 2021 data record, a total number of 933 people have summited to main Mount Lhotse.

4. Mount Makalu 8,485 Meters

The Fifth highest peak in the world is Mount Makalu. This mountain is located in the Sankhuwasabha District. Which is the border of China and Nepal.

Mount Makalu is located in the Mahalngur region of the Himalayas. The first climbers of Mount Makalu were Mr. Jean Couzy and Riley Keegan.

They climbed on 15th May 1955 to reach the summit. From that time to this time total summiteer of Mount Makalu is just 206 members.

5. Mount Cho-Oyu 8,188m.

Mount Cho-Oyu is the sixth-highest peak in the world and it is situated in the Solukhumbu District and an altitude of 8,188 meters. Mount Cho-Oyu is located on the eastern side of Nepal and the border side of China and Nepal.

Herbert Tichy, Joseph Jochler, and Sherpa Pasanga Dawa Lama climbed Mount Cho-Oyu for the first time. The summit of this mountain was on 19th October 1954.

After Mount Everest, It is the most climbed mountain above eight thousand meters. It is also considered easier to climb than other mountains above 8 thousand meters.

6. Mount Dhaulagiri 8167 Meters

Mount Dhaulagiri is the seventh-highest Peak in the world and is situated on the western side of Nepal. The height of Mount Dhaulagiri is 8,167 meters.

Dhaulagiri is near to Pupular Himalaya range of Annapurna. Kurt Diemberger, Peter Diener, Nawang Dorje, Nima Dorje, Ernst Forrer, and Albin Schelbert are the people who climbed Mount Dhaulagiri at First.

They summited on 19th May 1960. This team was European and Nepal Sherpa Climbers. Up to 2022, 647 people have climbed Mount Dhaulagiri.

7. Mount Manaslu I 8,163 Meters

The eighth-highest Highest Mountain in the world is called Mount Manaslu. This mountain is situated in the Gorkha District, as people may have heard about Nepal’s big earthquake in 2015. This is an area of the epicenter and it is so a beautiful trekking area as Manaslu Circuit Trek.

Toshio Imanishi and Gyalzen Norbu are the First summits of Mount Manaslu. They climbed on 9th May 1956 for the first time. A total of 161 people have been successful in reaching Mount Manaslu Top. After Manaslu passes Trek leads to Annapurna region. if you have time you can go up to another pass Annapurna Circuit and either fly from Jomsom or drive back to Pokhara. 

8. Mount Annapurna  8,091 Meters

Mount Annapurna is the tenth-highest peak in the world. Annapurna I is the world’s top ten mountain and is located in the western part of Nepal. The Altitude of Mount Annapurna is 8,091 meters.

Maurice Herzog and Louis Lachenal are the first people to summit Mount Annapurna. They climbed on 3rd June 1950. Until 2022, 365 people have Climbed Mount Annapurna.

Conclusion

Nepal has eight highest mountains out of fourteen. That’s why Nepal is very popular for many different types of adventure activities.

Mainly, Trekking in Nepal is very popular but 15 percent of people visit Nepal to take risky, challenging trips like peak climbing or mountain climbing.


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