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The Asia Adventure Nepal Pvt. Ltd. , Classic Everest Trek in Nepal is considered as the highly praised trekking route to Everest regio.

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Classic Everest Trek is one of the popular trekking in Nepal.

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The Everest ( top of the world) region is located in the northeast of Nepal.9 to 11 days walk through the middle hills of solu to the higher altitude of Khumbhu to the base of Sagarmatht (Mt.Everest), the world’s highest peak, is an opportunity to observe and participate in the daily life of the legendry sherpa people.The prime attraction – 8848 meters peak lies in Sagarmatha National Park, which is also home of two other Eight Thousand meters –Lotse and cho Oyu besides several other prominent peaks like Ama Dablam which is one of the most beautiful mountain in Nepal, above 6,000 meters.

Sagarmatha (Mt.Everest) has been designated as a World Heritage Site in 1979, more then 1,148 sq km park lies above 3,000m.The park is composed of rugged terrain with deep gorges,glacier and huge rooks. The vegetation in the park varies from temperate plants like pine, hemlock, fir, juniper, birch, rhododendron and shrubs to alpine plants and rhen to bare rocks and snow. This area is the home of ghoral, thar, serow and musk deer as well as the impeyan pheasant, blood pheasant, red-billed chough and the yellow billed chough,

Trail to the Everest beings at Lukla, the airport at 2850 m. The trail climbs up the Dudhkoshi River Valley, and the following day brings you to the legendry Sherpa village of Namche Bazaar in the Khumbu ( 3,500m), which is the staging point for expeditions to Everest and other peaks in the area. Above Namche lie the traditional villages of Khunde and Khumjung, the largest villages in the Khumbu at the foot of the sacred peak Khumbila.

Across the canyon  from Khunde,pheriched on a high ridge, is the Tenboche Monastery, the leading  Buddhist center in the Khumbhu. The monastery rests amid stunning views of Everest, Lotse and Amadablam.From Tengboche you can continue on to Pheriche, Kalapathar and the hamlet of Gorakshep. From there, Everest Base Camp is easily accessible, as is the summit of Kala Paththar (5,545m), from which much of Mt. Everest is clearly visible. However, you must take time to properly acclimatize as the altitude agains are rapid.

 

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AmaDablam is a mountain in the Himalaya range of eastern Nepal. The main peak is 6,856 metres the lower western peak is 5,563 metres (18,251 ft). Ama Dablam means "Mother and Pearl Necklace" (the perennial hanging glacier is thought of as the pearl) and is a stunningly beautiful mountain that many people who visit the area will consider the best in the region. For several days, Ama Dablam will dominate the eastern sky for anyone trekking to Mount Everest.
Mt. Ama Dablam is mostly a rock climb up fixed lines that we will all take part in putting in if the timing is right. Some rock climbing ability really helps here. You will need crampons for some of the snow/ice (the upper mountain) and mixed stretches, so experience with the use of these helps a lot. Of course you will need to be in an above average shape and a positive mental attitude is as important as good physical condition.
Our climb is the classic southwest ridge, an alpine climber's dream route with its ice faces and steep, clean rock in a spectacular Himalayan setting. From Ama Dablam's summit, four of the world's highest peaks are visible in a spectacular panorama: Cho Oyu, Lhotse, Everest and Makalu. The striking Ama Dablam is the most recognized mountain in the region and is certainly one of the most coveted summits for Himalayan climbers. The ascent up Ama Dablam epitomizes climbing artistry at its highest level.

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Upper mustang Trans Himalayan in Nepla Trekking .

Upper Musgang Trek which is offers a spectacular Trekking into the remote Trans-Himalayan Mountain area with Tibetan influence culture and religion. The high desert region of the Tibetan influence, kalagandaki, form the Tibetan border sough to Kagbeni is generally referred to as Upper Mustang.Thousand years of old monastery, caves, local tribes and scenic beauties of the different landscapes. Make an adventure starting form world’s deepest gorge Kaligandaki Region into world’s highest regions of Lo-Mangthang Valley that passes through as almost tree-less barren landscape, a steep rocky trail up and down hills and panoramic wiews of Nilgiri,Annapurna,Dhoulagiri and other several other Mountains.The trek passes through high peaks, passes,glaciers, and alpine valleys. The thousands years of ilolation has kept the culture, lifestyle and heritage remain unchanged for centuries. The house in Mustang are mostly made form stone and sun baked mud brisk. The city wall and the rour storey palace in Lo-Manthang are some of the beautiful architectures of Mustang religion. Tiji festival is and festival in Mustang which influenced by Tibetan Buddhism and their own way of family life. All the brothers in the family are married to a single girl, what you may cal a practice of polyandry.

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Home to 8 of the 14 highest peaks in the world, Nepal is considered “a paradise on earth” and the ultimate destination for trekking and mountain climbing in the world. Since the 1950’s The Himalayas of Nepal has been high in the sites for trekkers and mountaineers from all about the globe to explore its deep valleys and high snow-capped peaks. To this day, there are stillselected areas of Nepal where the admission of foreign trekkers is firmly controlled, and that have only been open to trekking groups since the early 1990’s.

Due to many of the restricted regions being close to the Chinese / Tibetan border with Nepal, the reason behind the lack of access into these areas date back to a time when the border with China was more a more complex issue than it is now. It is also has a lot to do with environmental, ecological and cultural preservation purposes. Some organisations, predominantly the Nepal Nature Conservation Society, are compelling the government to keep some places closed for ecological and biological reasons, to avoid both cultural and environmental degradation and to preserve the natural characteristics of these exclusive areas. If something were to go wrong whilst on a trek, an accident, theft, etc. trekkers would require immediate support or assistance. The government has also put restrictions on some areas because of the doubt of being able to provide the assistance or security that is required if problems such as these were to arise.  Other reasons for trekking area restrictions vary, but may be due to political or military operations.

In order to be able to embark on a trek in these restricted areas, there are certain principles that must be followed. Depending on the area, there is a limit to the number of trekkers per season, but for most restricted trekking routes a minimum of at least 2 people is required.  All participants must pay for and receive a special restricted area trekking permit, and the trip must be organized through an official, registered trekking company. The trekking party must also be accompanied by a liaison or "environmental" officer. The officer is there to take control of all the procedures and formalities associated with police and government offices during your trek.It is also often required that treks are completed within a time limitation.

We believe it is very important to be cautious and vigilant towards the rules and regulations in the restricted areas at all times. Although it is important when trekking in all areas to be respectful to the land and its people, trekking in restricted areas is an especially exclusive capability, and all who enter into these areas should practise a high degree of respect and responsibility.Some examples of restricted trekking destinations in Nepal include; Upper Dolpo, Lower Dolpo, Rara Lake, Kanchenjunga, Upper Mustang and Manaslu. Due to their exclusivity, these remote and less travelled areas offer you a remarkable experience into the true wilderness and untainted areas of Nepal. For most of these trekking areas, with the recent exclusion of Upper Mustang, teahouses or guest rooms are not available, therefore the more classic form of trekking ‘camping’ is conducted.  At The Asia Adventure Nepal, we organize and provide all the services and facilities required for camping throughout the treks. This includes all the necessary trekking gear, food, fuel, tents for dining, sleeping, mattresses, sleeping bags, tables and seating.

Restricted area trekking is a highly unique adventure, where you can experience rich cultural tradition, genuine adventure, unmatchable beauty and biological variety that has been seen and felt only by few. Embarking on a restricted area trek with The Asia Adventure Nepal will leave you with a feeling of thrill and amazement long after the trekking adventure has commenced.

 

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Upper mustang Trans Himalayan in Nepla Trekking .

Upper Musgang Trek which is offers a spectacular Trekking into the remote Trans-Himalayan Mountain area with Tibetan influence culture and religion. The high desert region of the Tibetan influence, kalagandaki, form the Tibetan border sough to Kagbeni is generally referred to as Upper Mustang.Thousand years of old monastery, caves, local tribes and scenic beauties of the different landscapes. Make an adventure starting form world’s deepest gorge Kaligandaki Region into world’s highest regions of Lo-Mangthang Valley that passes through as almost tree-less barren landscape, a steep rocky trail up and down hills and panoramic wiews of Nilgiri,Annapurna,Dhoulagiri and other several other Mountains.The trek passes through high peaks, passes,glaciers, and alpine valleys. The thousands years of ilolation has kept the culture, lifestyle and heritage remain unchanged for centuries. The house in Mustang are mostly made form stone and sun baked mud brisk. The city wall and the rour storey palace in Lo-Manthang are some of the beautiful architectures of Mustang religion. Tiji festival is and festival in Mustang which influenced by Tibetan Buddhism and their own way of family life. All the brothers in the family are married to a single girl, what you may cal a practice of polyandry.

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The Asia Adventure Nepal Pvt.Ltd.'s curator insight, August 23, 2013 4:22 AM

Home to 8 of the 14 highest peaks in the world, Nepal is considered “a paradise on earth” and the ultimate destination for trekking and mountain climbing in the world. Since the 1950’s The Himalayas of Nepal has been high in the sites for trekkers and mountaineers from all about the globe to explore its deep valleys and high snow-capped peaks. To this day, there are stillselected areas of Nepal where the admission of foreign trekkers is firmly controlled, and that have only been open to trekking groups since the early 1990’s.

Due to many of the restricted regions being close to the Chinese / Tibetan border with Nepal, the reason behind the lack of access into these areas date back to a time when the border with China was more a more complex issue than it is now. It is also has a lot to do with environmental, ecological and cultural preservation purposes. Some organisations, predominantly the Nepal Nature Conservation Society, are compelling the government to keep some places closed for ecological and biological reasons, to avoid both cultural and environmental degradation and to preserve the natural characteristics of these exclusive areas. If something were to go wrong whilst on a trek, an accident, theft, etc. trekkers would require immediate support or assistance. The government has also put restrictions on some areas because of the doubt of being able to provide the assistance or security that is required if problems such as these were to arise.  Other reasons for trekking area restrictions vary, but may be due to political or military operations.

In order to be able to embark on a trek in these restricted areas, there are certain principles that must be followed. Depending on the area, there is a limit to the number of trekkers per season, but for most restricted trekking routes a minimum of at least 2 people is required.  All participants must pay for and receive a special restricted area trekking permit, and the trip must be organized through an official, registered trekking company. The trekking party must also be accompanied by a liaison or "environmental" officer. The officer is there to take control of all the procedures and formalities associated with police and government offices during your trek.It is also often required that treks are completed within a time limitation.

We believe it is very important to be cautious and vigilant towards the rules and regulations in the restricted areas at all times. Although it is important when trekking in all areas to be respectful to the land and its people, trekking in restricted areas is an especially exclusive capability, and all who enter into these areas should practise a high degree of respect and responsibility.Some examples of restricted trekking destinations in Nepal include; Upper Dolpo, Lower Dolpo, Rara Lake, Kanchenjunga, Upper Mustang and Manaslu. Due to their exclusivity, these remote and less travelled areas offer you a remarkable experience into the true wilderness and untainted areas of Nepal. For most of these trekking areas, with the recent exclusion of Upper Mustang, teahouses or guest rooms are not available, therefore the more classic form of trekking ‘camping’ is conducted.  At The Asia Adventure Nepal, we organize and provide all the services and facilities required for camping throughout the treks. This includes all the necessary trekking gear, food, fuel, tents for dining, sleeping, mattresses, sleeping bags, tables and seating.

Restricted area trekking is a highly unique adventure, where you can experience rich cultural tradition, genuine adventure, unmatchable beauty and biological variety that has been seen and felt only by few. Embarking on a restricted area trek with The Asia Adventure Nepal will leave you with a feeling of thrill and amazement long after the trekking adventure has commenced.

 

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