• 7 Reasons Why You Should Climb A Mountain
    04 Jan 2016

    7 Reasons Why You Should Climb A Mountain

    Mountaineering!! Yes, mountain climbing. It’s one of the best ways for a man to plunge himself into a primal world of struggle and survival. Let’s explore the benefits.   1. Sculpts Your Body

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  • Supreme Court allows NMA to issue climbing permits for 33 peaks
    03 Jan 2016

    Supreme Court allows NMA to issue climbing permits for 33 peaks

    Rajan Pokharel THT KATHMANDU: The Supreme Court on Sunday said that the Nepal Mountaineering Association could issue climbing permits to world mountaineers for expedition on 33 mountains of the cou

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  • A madness called climbing
    02 Jan 2016

    A madness called climbing

    Article published on 31 Dec 2015 on The kathmandu Post Daily. Prateebha Tulad

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  • Nepal Tourism After Earthquake
    27 Dec 2015

    Nepal Tourism After Earthquake

    Nepal is still a safe destination for tourism even after the major earthquake that struck the country on April 25. The durbar squares suffered damages and the historical Dharahara collapsed. There were disastrous effects in and around Kathman

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  • 15 Reasons to visit Nepal
    26 Dec 2015

    15 Reasons to visit Nepal

    Nepal, a landlocked country located in South Asia is a wonderland of historical sites, natural scenarios, mountain peaks and hidden valleys. As most people around the world are aware, on April 25th 2015, Nepal was shaken by an ear

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  • Supreme Court stays transfer of NMA peaks to govt control
    20 Dec 2015

    Supreme Court stays transfer of NMA peaks to govt control

    KATHMANDU: The Supreme Court of Nepal has stayed a government’s decision to bar the country’s only alpine club, Nepal Mountaineering Association, from handling 33 mountains that range from Mt Chhukung Ri (5,550m) to Sh

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  • Nepal fuel crisis bites as supplies dwindle
    09 Nov 2015

    Nepal fuel crisis bites as supplies dwindle

    “Most of our groups are cancelling trips because there’s so much bad news from Nepal,” said Nima Sherpa, of Sherpa Khangri Outdoor Trekking. “We haven’t had any business since the avalanche caused by the April 25 eart

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  • Should there be limits on who can climb Everest?
    28 Sep 2015

    Should there be limits on who can climb Everest?

    The Nepalese government is considering imposing age limits and banning those with disabilities from scaling Everest. Erik Weihenmayer was the first blind mountaineer to reach Everest's summit - what does he make of the proposals?

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