The Himalayan Mountains
- The Himalayan mountains are wondorus, awe inspiring and humbling all at the same time. Know more about the peaks and ranges together with glaciers that enhance the maginificent beauty of the Himalayan mountains.
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Himalayan Mountains Peaks
Himalayan Mountains, Peaks & Glaciers
Since time immemorial, people like sages, adventurers and
tourists have got attracted to the Himalayan mountains and Himalayan peaks because of their awesome beauty, serenity and loads of options for various activities. To simply hear about the Himalayan mountains make one feel transported to another world. But to really experience the majestic Himalayan mountains panorama, you have visit the Himalayn lands of India, Nepal, Bhutan and Tibet. Ten highest peaks of the world are situated within the Himalayas mountains and out of those ten, eight are the part
of the Nepalese Himalayas. Discover the beauty of the Himalayas from five
exceptional viewpoints, Singu Chuli Base Camp, Machapuchare, Annapurna Base
Camp, Everest Base Camp, the Rongbuk Glacier and Thang La, Tibet.
Post a few unsuccessful attempt, Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay Sherpa from New Zeland finally manged to conquer one of the most difficult of the Himalayan Mountains.
The 2nd highest peak in the world, K2 Himalayan peak is located on the Pakistan China border and poses dangerous risk to those who dare to conquer it.
Kangchenjunga is located in Sikkim- Nepal border and is a part of the Himalayan mountains that is still unconquered despite several attempts.
The fourth highest of the Himalayan mountains, Lhotse was first conquered in 1956.
The fifth highest of the Himalayan peaks, Makalu offers highly impressive views
Located in the Eastern Nepal on the Nepal - Tibet Border, Cho Oyu is the 6th highest mountain in the world.
This one of the Himalayan mountain is the tallest mountain situated complete within the country of Nepal.
The tenth highest peak in the world, the Manaslu Himalayan peaks is located in Nepal, around forty miles east of the Himalayas.
This one of the Himalayan mountains in unique in the sense that its peak cannot hold any snow due to their sharpness. Amidst snow clad peaks, this Himalayan peaks stands out completely.
The tenth highest peak in the world, Annapurna was first amongst the 8000 feet plus Himalayan peaks to be climbed.
The Himalayan Glaciers are not just visual treat but also pose grave challenges to the mountaineers. The glaciers of Jammu Kashmir are no different as they beckon adventure enthusiasts to test their skills.
Quiet a number of Himalayan glaciers await to thrill you on your Himalayan expedition. Take a trip right now!