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The world's 11 most difficult mountain climbs

By Hristina Byrnes of The Active Times | Kanchenjunga, Nepal and India Kangchenjunga is the third highest mountain in the world. The huge massif of Kangchenjunga is buttressed by great ridges running roughly due east to west and north to ... MSN Canada, 1 month ago
Himalayan Times

Nepal records 1st successful mountain summit of the year

Spanish climber Carlos Soria Fontan stands on a mountain in this undeated file photo. Courtesy: Carlos Soria Fontan KATHMANDU: Nepal on Sunday recorded the first successful summit to the mountain above 8,000 m in this spring season. With 14 ...
 Himalayan Times4 days ago Carlos Soria Summits Annapurna at the Age of 77 Years; 30  ExplorersWeb3 days ago

The heist

In India, the name of Nicholas Roerich is remembered as a Master of the Mountains, Himalayan in soul. In the early thirties of the last century, Nicholas Roerich's paintings appeared on permanent display in Indian museums and private collections and ...
 Financial Chronicle2 weeks ago

Arjun all set to scale Mt Makalu again

Noida: Hoping to strike gold in his fourth attempt, city mountaineer Arjun Vajpai will leave on Thursday to climb Mount Makalu, the fifth highest mountain in the world, on April 7. He was rescued from the collapsing slopes of Mount Makalu on his ...
 Times of India4 weeks ago

Bengal team of climbers gets ready to wave India's flag on Everest summit

Kolkata, Apr 2: Bengal's most renowned mountaineering club Aarohan Wanderlust today announced the long waited Mountaineering Expeditions to the Mt Everest (8848 metres) and Mt Lhotse (8415 metres the fourth highest peak in the world) here. Everest ...
 Newshence.com1 month ago

A fine balance

In place of what are now the mightiest mountains in the world, once there was a shallow sea. Out of this sea, at some point in the distant past of Earth's geological history, gigantic waves rose. About a million years ago, these waves began to form themselves ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago
The Gulf Today

The lure of the mountains

It will be the first ever charity challenge from the Middle East to a mystical country that has both intrigued and enticed many a traveller. And Dubai based Gulf for Good will organise its first trek to the Kingdom of Bhutan or the Land of the ...
 The Gulf Today1 month ago
The China Chronicle

3 of the Best Places to See the Himalayas

The Himalayas, which means abode of snow, is one of the most dramatic mountain ranges that you can ever find. It includes the highest mountain in the world, Mount Everest, which has an elevation of 29,035 feet. If you want to see the Himalayas, you ...
 The China Chronicle2 months ago

'Vertical University' re-imagines villages as classrooms

A unique education project aims to restore the forests of eastern Nepal by turning villages into learning grounds and preserving indigenous knowledge on native species and habitats. You might call it the world's most expansive campus. Starting in ...
 Deutsche Welle2 days ago

Here's how to plan an adventure holiday this summer

By Hiral Thanawala TREKKING IN HAR KI DOON Har ki Doon is located in the Garhwal region of Uttarakhand. It is considered one of the easiest treks in the region, and therefore, ideal for first-timers. How to get there The trek organiser arranges ...
 Economic Times4 days ago
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