Expedition in Nepal - 7000 & 8000 m Peaks Climbing.
Mountaineering Expedition in Nepal became a popular adventure sport all over the globe when Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay scaled Mt. Everest in May 1953. The lure of the Himalayas is irresistible for mountaineers, as the Himalayas are the highest and most challenging range of mountains on earth. Their breathtaking natural beauties, Himalayan wonders, and mystery will always have an unlimited call for those who carve to conquer the stunning Himalayan peaks.
Expedition in Nepal is the Ultimate Adventure to Scale the Tallest and Toughest Peaks in the Himalayas.
The number of enthusiastic mountaineers who flocks to the Himalayas yearly increases. Whether simply climbing a trekking peak or full mountaineering in the Himalayas with its 7000 or 8000-meter peak, joining the Nepal expedition group in the Himalayas has become many adventurers' and mountaineers' dream and ultimate goal.
Mountain Monarch has already organized a 100% successful climb to the highest Mount Everest in 2012. Twelve mountaineers, with a combination of 6 climbers and six climbing Sherpas, reached the summit. We cater the mountaineering in the Himalayas as per the requirements of individuals and groups.
Choosing the Best Mountaineering in the Himalayas
The parades of glistering peaks in the Himalayan Kingdom of Nepal offer many more options for choosing the best mountaineering expedition in Nepal. Amadablam @ 6812 meters, a colossal mountain in the Everest region, is one of the most demanding technical peaks climbing in the Himalayas. This is a great peak to scale to test the technical skills and fitness before scaling the world's highest mountain, Mt. Everest. We also recommend climbing the 8000 meters peak of Manaslu before Everest.
Best time for Nepal Expedition
Choosing the right time is crucial for a safe and successful climbing expedition in Nepal. Many natural weather factors, like wind speed, prone to avalanches, and temperature, besides human and modern tech support, play a dominant role in 7000 and 8000 meters mountaineering in the Himalayas. Based on the specific topography, elevation, and characteristics of mountains in Nepal, spring and autumn are the best time of year for safe and successful climbs. Therefore, we recommend autumn as the best time for the Amadablam peak, whereas spring is the best time for mt Everest. Similarly, Sept / Oct is the best time for Manaslu Climb
Gear for Mountaineering in the Himalayas
Mountaineering in the Himalayas requires extraordinary gear to scale the summit safely. Committed mountaineers do have their primary expedition gear to climb. One needs to have personal mountaineering boots, down suits, Harness, gloves, etc., to join any Nepal expeditions. Besides these personal gear, Mountain Monarch provides other climbing gear like Carabiners, Jumar, Safety helmets, Oxygen tanks with a regulator to the climbing ropes, and other expedition tents and camping gear.
Preparation and Training
Proper training and preparation are necessary to participate in any mountaineering expedition in Nepal. We recommend that all are joining the 7000 and 8000 meters peaks have previous mountaineering training and 6000 meters of peak climbing experience. Before entering the bid Mt. Everest, it is better to have a 7000 or 8000 meters peak climbing experience. No doubt the mountain peaks allure mountaineers around the globe, and we are here as a Top-rated climbing company in Nepal to make a dream come true.