days Mount Kanchenjunga
Kangchenjunga or sometime spelled Kanchenjunga is the third highest mountain in the whole world after gigantic Mount Everest and Mount K2. It is located between two territories of Nepal and Sikkim. Five major peaks make up the Kangchenjunga mountain range. Two of the major peaks out of five lies in Taplejung district of Nepal. Mount Kangchenjunga rises with an altitude of 8,586m which is very high. The first expedition to the summit was made by British on 25 May 1955.
Our expedition to the Mount Kangchenjunga takes you to the remotest part possible. With varying slopes and challenging formations, this expedition is going to be an amazing journey for expert climbers. The Himalayan range is encircled by Tamur River in the west, Lhonak Chu River and Jonsang La Peak in the north and Teesta River in the east.The western limit begins from the Jongsang La down the Gingsang and is accompanied by Kangchenjunga Glaciers and rivers of Ghunsa and Tamur. The Kangchenjunga Himal range lies both in Nepal and India but is more dominant in Nepal. The mountain section of the Himalayas enclose 16 peaks which are over 7000 meters tall.Five major peaks of Mount Kangchenjunga range are considered holy by the locals. The major five peaks are Kanchenjunga Main (8586m), Kangchenjunga West or Yalung Kang (8505m), Kangchenjunga Central (8482m), Kangchenjunga South (8494m) and Kangbachen (7903m). The locals believe the mountain ranges as a hidden treasure and comprises variety of valuable gems and stones.From Nepal, there are three climbing routes to reach the summit of Kangchenjunga. Due to its remote location in Nepal and inaccessibility from India, the region is relatively underexplored by trekkers. Our expedition offers you unparalleled adventure and thrilling atmosphere. With the help of reliable guides and expert mountaineers, Amazing Nepal Holidays makes it possible for trekkers to approach the summit.
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