The Himalayas span a snow coverred mountain range stretching 3000km. across South Asia. Nepal is home to its largest and highest occupying nearly a third of entirely.
A staggering eight of the World’s ten highest mountains are therefore within Nepal’s borders: Mt. Everest (Sagarmatha 8848m) (update Re-measuring Mt. Everest, Nepali Times, August 1, 2018 to measure recent height of Mt. Everest after 2015 earthquake), Kanchanjunga (8586m), Lhotse (8516m), Makalu (8485m), Cho-Oyo (8188m), Dhaulagari (8167m), Manaslu (8163m) and Annapurna I (8091m).
326 peaks have been opened for climbing since 1949 and many still are unnamed and yet to be measured.
The main Himalayan region have a series of lofty peaks and ridges separated by deep gorges, glaciers, and deep beautiful valleys. Nepal’s Himalaya throughout the ages have served the global summit for the world’s top mountaineers, pilgrims, philosophers, researchers and adventurers.
Much of Nepal’s land above 5000 meter is under snow and ice, although the permanent snow line varies according to the aspect and gradient. Winter snowfall occurs from an elevation of 2000 meter.
Each of these mountain peaks can be climbed with the authorization of the Nepal government with assistance from Nepalese climbers, specially the Sherpas (https://www.thoughtco.com/sherpa-people-definition-1434515)
Climbing fees and cost varies as per its popularity and requirement of service.The following climbing peaks are most popular for climbing start before aiming for higher ranges. Information will be provided as enquired.