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Mountain Climbing in Bagmati

Conquer the world’s rocky giants while climbing the Himalayan wilderness

The historic rocky area of Bagmati, named after the nearby Bagmati River, provides unparalleled climbing capabilities among some of the world’s highest mountains, such as Putha Hiunchuli. The collection of 7,000-meter summits vary in routes as well as difficulty, yet you’ll reach the breathtaking heights of Nepal. Visit in autumn between September and November and spring between March and April for ideal climbing conditions.

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There are many reasons for choosing Mountain Climbing in Nepal

Located in the central north region of Nepal, Bagmati is home to some of the tallest and most prominent peaks in the world. Bagmati offers dream terrain for spectacular mountain climbing. And with such monumental terrain to explore and experience, the steep and challenging slopes are perfect for mountain climbing, with its vast open spaces offer breathtaking views and a deep sense of solitude.


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Nepalese rupee

What's the weather like?

Spring is warm with rain showers, while autumn is cool with clear skies


Nepali, as well as a number of regional languages including Sherpa and Hindi

Best time to visit

Visit in autumn between September and November and spring between March and April for ideal climbing conditions

More info about Mountain Climbing in Bagmati:

The historic region of Bagmati lies in the central section of landlocked Nepal, located in South Asia. Most of the country sits upon the high Himalayan mountain range. It borders China to the north and India to the east, south and west. Within the country’s territory, the Bagmati region is home to some of the tallest mountains in the world, including Mount Everest, which at 8,848 meters, is the highest point on Earth. The largest city is Kathmandu, which is also the capital of the multi-ethnic, religious and cultural nation

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