Last November, Sharna King from UK had the trip of her lifetime. She made a climbing trip to Kyajo Ri, one of the small peaks in Nepal. Kyajo Ri 6,186 m (20,295 ft), is located in Khumbu valley. A part of Greater Himalaya, it can be a great holidaying destination for adventure enthusiasts. What she had […]Read more "Sharna King’s Unforgettable Climbing Experience"
Mary Poer, hailing from Wisconsin, completed her ginormous trek to Everest Base Camp (EBC) last April, 2014, along with climbing the stiff Island Peak. Lauded as one of the best treks in the world, Mary undertook EBC trek in support of the greater cause of helping local Sherpa inhabitants of Khumbu valley. You can make your […]Read more "Mary goes around Trekking & Climbing in Nepal"
Everest Region is the hub of controversy lately, but that doesn’t mean good things stopped happening in the region altogether. In the latest twist, Nepalese government decided to hike the insurance cover for Sherpa Guides on Everest and unveiled two new climbing peaks beside Mount Everest for avid mountaineers. #1 Insurance Cover for Sherpa Guides Hiked […]Read more "Sherpa Guides’ Insurance Hiked & Two New Climbing Peaks Open at Everest"
One of the most challenging small peaks of Nepal, Kyajo Ri boasts an expedition style of climbing. Located in the remote sparse of Khumbu valley, it is accessed by a Himalaya flight to Lukla. ~Overview~ Kyajo Ri 6,186 m (20,295 ft) Alpine PD+ is a Six-Thousander peak located in Khumbu valley of Nepal. A part of greater […]Read more "Kyajo Ri Climbing: Compete Guide, Map & Route"
What actually happened on April 18, 2014? The serac collapsed into the Khumbu Ice-fall at the elevation of 5,900 m (19,375 ft), on the morning of April 18 at 6.30 am. The event triggered a massive avalanche, considered deadliest in its history, taking 13 innocent Sherpa lives with it. The 3 others died later during the treatment. The avalanche hit them while they […]Read more "Is it safe to trek the Everest Base Camp? Aftermath of the Everest Tragedy of April 2014"
Among the trekking peaks in Nepal, Lobuche East (E) is considered one of the most technical peaks for climbing. Despite its altitude of 6,000+ meters, climbing the peak requires a climbing guide, along with the experience of using Ice Axe and crampons. ~Overview~ Lobuche East 6,119 m (20,075 ft) Alpine PD+ is a Six-Thousander peak located in Khumbu […]Read more "Lobuche (East) Peak Climbing: Complete Guide, Map and Route"
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