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Everest Mani Rimdu

Gokyo Lake Trek

Gokyo Chola Pass EBC

Everest Base camp Trek

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Everest Panorama Trek

Everest Helicopter Trek

Renjo, Kalapathar, EBC

Gokyo, Renjo, Thame

Interesting Facts

  • The word eHimalayaf means the home or abode of snow.

  • The Himalayas are the highest mountains in the world. Himalayas begin where other mountains finish.

  • Himalaya extends about 2500 kilometers. The Brahamaputra (Assam) in the east and Indus river in the west demarcate the length of the Himalaya.

  • The Nepal Himalaya is in the centre of the Himalayan range.

  • According to Hindu Mythology, God Shiva resides in the Himalaya.

  • There are eight peaks with a total of 19 points above 8000 meters in Nepal.

  • Fourteen mountains in the Himalaya exceed8000 meters.

  • Nameha Barwa peak is the easternmost and Nanga Parbattisthe westernmost peak of the Himalaya

  • The geological age of the Himalaya is approximately 70 million years.

  • Himalayan rivers are older than the Himalayan peaks.

  • Kumbhakarna is the new name of mount Jannu (7710 m)

  • Ninety five percent of earthquakes occur in mountainous regions.

  • Sir Andrew Waugh announced the name eMount Everestf in 1865.

  • Nepal opened its borders to the world in 1949.

  • Mallory described Mount Everest from Rongbuk as, ea great white fang excrescent on the jaqbone of the earthf.

  • Why do men climb Everest? Mallory said, gBecause it is there.h

  • Sir Edmund Hillary led an expedition to find the Yeti in 1958.

  • According to Dr. George Schaller, the existence of Yeti unknown to science cannot be ruled out at high altitude.

  • Reinhold Messner climbed Everest alone.

  • Tenzing buried his daughterfs red and blue pencils on the top of Everest.

  • Tenzing was known as eHimalyan Club Sherpa No 48f.


















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