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Mountaineering (Expedition) is considered the keystone activity that Nepal offers to the climbers than any country in the world. The eight out of fourteen 8000m peaks lie in Nepal in-cluding the Mt. Everest (8848m), the highest peak in theworld. Ever since, the country opened its peaks to climbersin 1949, the mountaineering activity has become the mostpopular trend of alluring hundreds of adventure seekers to Nepal every year. The pioneer of all, this mountaineeringwas the major starter of tourism in Nepal that dates back tothe successful conquering of Mount Annapurna by Mourice Herzog in 1950 and The Everest by Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay Sherpa in 1953.
Since then, the record settings and glory hunt of conquering these peaks have been remarked as the most prestigious earnings and so has been the ultimate dream of any climber to attain. Mountaineering in Nepal is also considered dangerous and life threatening due to the unprecedented climatic change and other hazards led by high altitudes.
The Nepal Himalaya has also remained as an inspiration from ages for people fromevery walk of lives varying from poets to researchers, climbers to trekkers, philosophers to saints and nature lovers to adventurers