Freeride Skiing trips – Nepal

Ski around the top of the world and take in the beauty of the Himalaya on a freeriding trip in Nepal!

With some of the tallest mountains on Earth as a backdrop, freeriding on the notoriously wild slopes of this country in South Asia is a dream come true. Nepal holds Annapurna, a massive massif with a peak rising over 8,000 meters (Annapurna I), which is protected in the Annapurna Conservation Area. Within this incredibly tall environment, the sweeping beauty of the surrounding mountains is the perfect place to head into ungroomed snow of the highest quality. Freeride skiing in the phenomenal landscape of Nepal is a life-changing experience that every skier should enjoy.

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Mountaineers and rock climbers tend to visit this iconic country outside of winter, though ski season adventures hold a unique allure for those brave enough to enjoy it. The seasonal change will affect the nature of the trek, but freeride skiing faces idyllic conditions and constant snow fall. Skiers can reach the most terrain possible by including ski touring or ski mountaineering aspects into their program.

Nepal is wholly located within the collision zone of the tectonic plates that continue to build the Himalaya in the present day. The stark rise from tropical savannah to Sagarmatha has created an immense variety of biomes.

The capital, Kathmandu, is a transportation hub and cultural symbol of Nepal. The deep history of Hinduism plays a strong role here and throughout the country.

 

 

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Weather

The lack of precipitation leads to dry, high-quality snowfall at high altitudes, ideal for freeride skiing. The weather is more volatile at higher elevations. Cold temperatures are common, reaching extreme levels at the tallest points.

Language

Nepali; Maihili; Bhojpuri; English

Currency

Nepalese rupee (NPR)

How to Get There

The international airport in Kathmandu (Tribhuvan International) connects with many cities in greater Asia, including Chengdu, Delhi, Seoul, and even Istanbul and Dubai. Domestic travel is run by regional airports and bus travel. Private transportation is usually available as well.

Country Code

+977

Best Time to Visit

Late winter and early spring provide the safest and best conditions for freeriding, essentially from February to April.

 

 
 

 

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