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EBC with Lobuche

A Guidebook for Lobuche Peak Climbing with Everest Base Camp Trek

Introduction Lobuche Peak Climbing and the iconic Everest Base Camp Trek offer adventurous trekkers a truly remarkable Himalayan experience. Towering at 6,119 meters (20,075 feet) above sea level, Lo...

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71st Everest Day: Celebrating Human Endurance and the Spirit of Adventure

May 29, 2024 marks the 71st anniversary of the first successful ascent of Mount Everest by Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay. This day is celebrated globally as International Everest Day, honoring...

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The Significance of Buddha Purnima: 2568th Buddha Jayanti

Outward Adventure Treks and Expedition sends its best wishes to its all valued clients, guides, helpers and all the stake holders on the auspicious occasion of Buddha Purnima, the birthday of Lord Bud...

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Happy New Year 2081

Nepal Enters in New Year – 2081

Outward Adventure Treks and Expedition sends its best wishes for the Nepali New Year - 2081. As the year 2081 approaches, Nepal is gearing up for a grand celebration of the New Year. The country, know...

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An Ultimate Guide for Ama Dablam Expedition

An Ultimate Guide for Ama Dablam Expedition

Overview Ama Dablam, located in the Koshi province of eastern Nepal, is a challenging 6,812-meter peak known for its stunning vistas and difficult climbing routes. Despite not being the highest in th...

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FAQS about Everest Expedition

Mount Everest Expedition FAQS

Q. How High is Mount Everest? Ans.  It is 8848.86 m / 29032ft. In 1954, the Survey of India measured Mount Everest's height, establishing it at 8848 meters above sea level. This measurement bec...

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Things needed for peak climbing in Nepal

Things you should know before climbing peak in Nepal

With its spectacular Himalayan landscapes, challenging terrain, and a multitude of majestic peaks, Nepal offers a unique and rewarding experience for climbers. This adventure activity involves climbin...

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Everest Blog

Why People want to climb Mt. Everest

Mount Everest Expedition is the dream destination for the numerous mountain nomads from the all around the planet. Each year, it attracts thousands of the climbers who try climbing it and many of them...

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Island Peak Climbing Guide

Unleashing the Adventurer Within: Island Peak and Everest Base Camp Trek in Nepal

Nepal, a country nestled in the heart of the majestic Himalayas, is a paradise for adventure seekers. From trekking through lush forests to scaling towering peaks, Nepal offers a plethora of opportuni...

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Challenges of Everest Expedition

Conquering the World's Tallest Peak: Overcoming Challenges for Climbing Mt. Everest

Mount Everest, standing tall at an elevation of 8,848.86 meters (29,032 feet), is the highest peak on Earth. Located in the majestic Himalayas, climbing Mt. Everest has been a lifelong dream for many...

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Mera Peak Climbing Difficulty

How difficult is the Mera Peak Climb?

Mera Peak Climbing, the journey to the highest trekking peak of Nepal takes you to the Hinku Valley of the Solukhumbu region of northeast Nepal.  Situated at 6476m above sea level, Mera Peak is p...

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Top ten Peak Climbing in Nepal

Top 5 Trekking Peaks in Nepal

As categorized by Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA), the trekking peaks largely fall between 5000m to 7000m. Nepal is home to some of the highest trekking peaks on this planet. As its name implie...

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Kristin Harila, Tenjen Sherpa World's fastest to Climb 14 Peaks in 92 Days

Norwegian climbers Kristin Harila and Tenjen (Lama) Sherpa today scaled the world's second-highest peak in Pakistan completing their 14 8000ers in three months. According to Chhang Dawa Sherpa, Exped...

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Nepali guide rescues climber from Everest

KATHMANDU, JUNE 4 A Nepali guide abandoned his client's Everest summit bid to rescue a Malaysian climber in a deadly mountaineering season that has seen at least 12 deaths. Gelje Sherpa was guiding a...

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Everest Day

International Everest Day 2023

International Everest Day is celebrated in the memory of two persons who climbed Mt Everest (8848.86m/29032ft), the tallest peak of this planet on 29th May 1953 by two legendry Edmund Hillary and Tenz...

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FAQS for Everest Expedition

Without Sherpas, there is no mountaineering

Kami Rita Sherpa broke his own record last week when he climbed the world’s highest mountain for the 27th time, keeping ahead of compatriot Pasang Dawa Sherpa who had tied his 26th climb earlier...

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Strong Rebound of Foreign Tourist Arrivals in March

Nearly 100,000 foreign tourists entered Nepal the previous month, indicating a strong recovery in the country's tourism sector compared to the past years. According to the data released by the Nepal...

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Mera Peak Outward

An Ultimate Guide to Mera Peak Climbing

Mera Peak Climbing, soaring to a height of 6,461m/21,190ft, is the highest trekking peak of Nepal that sits in the Khumbu region and is the best place to witness 5 of the 14 highest mountains of this...

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Foreigners are no longer allowed to trek without a guide in Nepal

Kathmandu, March 3 The Nepal Tourism Board has said foreigners are no longer allowed to trek without a guide. The board director Maniraj Lamichhane informs this decision will be implemented from Apri...

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Peak Climbing in Nepal

Best Time for Peak Climbing in Nepal

Nepal is an amazing land mainly popular for high mountain massifs and deep valleys of those mountains. It is a country that does not require any armies in the northern lands because the Himalayas work...

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