Ice Climbing trips – Nepal

Grab your ice axe and make your way to the elevated ice of the Himalaya and the gorgeous landscape of Nepal!

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Nepal is a country in South Asia that is defined by its severe landscape. The northern border with China is high in the Himalaya Mountains, while its southern lowland border with India is part tropical and subtropical. The deep culture of Nepal has roots in Hinduism, and the founder of Buddhism was born in the southern part of the country. Treks into the world’s tallest mountains have increased the climbing brand of Nepal. Ice climbing routes are notoriously high, and located at various stages throughout the ridges of the Himalaya. Trekking and mountaineering expeditions often feature untouched and new ice climbing. With the high elevation comes a constant change in ice formation, making for exciting new lines even on previously explored routes.

 

 

 

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Weather

Nepal has a wide range of weather. The Himalaya and the location of ice climbing routes will have arctic, subarctic, and cold zones. While the temperatures in the winter will dip below freezing, the weather tends to be dry and the sun can help warm the air on clear days.

Language

Nepali, English, Maithili, Bhojpuri

Currency

Nepalese rupee (NPR)

How to Get There

Getting to Nepal usually includes a flight into Kathmandu. New Delhi, Doha, Istanbul, Hong Kong, and Singapore all have direct flights to Kathmandu. You can also train from India to Kathmandu through the Sunauli Border Crossing. Bus access is also available from India.

Country Code

+977

Best Time to Visit

The best time for ice climbing in Nepal is January and February, though it is possible to find ice routes early and late in the season, so possibly December and March as well.

 

 

 

 

 

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