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Nepal Mountaineering: Even if you do not agree with Nepal’s claim of being the Mecca for trekking, you’d certainly have no objection in calling the country the Mecca for mountaineering. Boasting a list of eight out of fourteen highest mountains over 8,000 meters in the world, Nepal certainly prides & promotes its highest peaks in the planet Earth. Another reason why mountaineers keep on choosing Nepal & wait in the queue for their turn to make records is that perhaps Nepal is the only country in the world which welcomes everyone to visit & explore its geography with least restrictions. Here are the eight most celebrated mountains of Nepal:

Name: Height: World Rank Mt Everest 8848 m. 1 Mt. Kanchenjunga 8586 m. 3 Mt. Lhotse 8516 m. 4 Mt. Makalu 8463 m. 5 Mt. Cho-Yo 8201 m. 6 Mt. Dhaulagiri 8167 m. 7 Mt. Manaslu 8163 m. 8 Mt. Annapurna 8091 m. 10

Thus, you can see that Nepal bags all top ten ranks in the geographical heights except the 2nd (Mt. K2, 8611m.) & the 9th (Mt. Nanga Parbat, 8126) ranks both of which go to Pakistan.

However, these are not all the high places Nepal has to offer. There are more than 300 snow peaks in Nepal, & more than 150 peaks were opened in 2003for mountaineering to celebrate the Silver Jubilee Year of Everest Expedition. Nepal Government leaves no stones unturned to exploit the Nepal geographical monopoly in mountaineering possibilities & records. The royalty from climbing peaks start from USD 1,000 from peaks below 6501 meters, & go up with the altitude, routes, & expedition size & season up to a whopping USD 70,000 for attempting a record on the Mt. Everest. Still, you may have to wait in queue for years before your turn for expedition comes – for the number of record keepers & record breakers goes on increasing each year.
 
 
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