Nepal contains most of the highest mountains in the world. Eight of the fourteen eight-thousanders are located in Nepal. Mountains are either in whole or shared across a border with China or India. Nepal has the highest mountain in the world, which is Everest 8848m, Kanchenjunga 8586 3rd highest, Lhotse 8516m 4th Highest, Makalu 8463m 5th highest, Cho Oyu 8201 6th Highest, Dhaulagiri I 8167 7ths Highest, Manaslu 8163m8th Highest, and Annapurna I 8091 10ths Highest, as well as 1310 peaks over 6000m in height and 72 peaks over 7000m in height. We have categorized the mountains based on their altitude regardless of their technicality. There are the mountains below 7000m which demand excessive technical skills and experience to climb and there are the other mountains above 8000m ascended with non-technical climbing skills. However, the altitude and time we spend on the elevation play an important factor in the success to reach the summit.
When we compare mountaineering in the Alps, the Andes, or the Rockies which can be very technically demanding but the climbing experiences are upgraded with the high-altitude factors which are above 6500m. Mountaineering in Nepal requires a high level of mental strength, physical stamina, and certain experience and which is a priority on technical climbs like Mt. Amadablam 6812m. Mountaineering in Nepal is a very expensive and challenging adventure hence it is not a cup of tea for everyone. As climbing partners and leaders, we have been providing safe and successful expeditions for over a year. We use substantial resources with high-quality services. Our local climbing sherpas and leaders are always eager to help you and make it to the summits with mountain knowledge and techniques. Our camp setups, communication, hygienic food, experienced cooks, porters, and support staff are organized in the best possible way to give you a sense of safety and security through your climbing moments.
Eight of the fourteen eight-thousanders are located in the country