Pokhara is the third largest city of Nepal and its location is usually referred the one city being close to the heart of the country. North of Pokhara and at about 200 km/124.4 mi west of the capital city of Kathmandu, lies the Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek.
The Mera Peak is lying in Mahalangur Himal, in Eastern Region of Nepal. The Peak is located in Hinku valley in Sagarmatha Zone which also includes Mt. Everest. Although it hosts considerably marked and familiar routes, Mera Peak remains a challenging and demanding climbing destination.
Jalbire Canyon is located between two villages on the Trisuli River. One is called Panch and the other is called Simaltal and they are situated within the Chitwan District, in central Nepal. The area is characterized by rich flora and fauna and boasts amazing rivers, canyons, dense forests and a wide variety of outdoor activities for the adventure traveler. Here, the Jalbire Canyon offers the right adrenaline dose and unforgettable moments.
The Shivapuri Nagarjun National Park, located in the mid-hill region of the country and only at few kilometers in the southwest of Kathmandu. The spot is named after the Shivapuri Peak of 2732 m /8963 ft altitude, covering an area of 159 km² (61 mi²) in the districts of Kathmandu, Nuwakot and Sindhupalchowk. The Shivapuri Park represents a great destination for climbers due to its crack limestone origin of its cliffs and the many climbing routes.
The mountainous Nepal, which hosts the majority of the highest mountain peaks worldwide, is the perfect destination for extreme mountain activities. Rock climbing here acquires a different meaning. In a land where the hill's altitude ranges between 3500 m/11482 ft and 1000 m/3280 ft, climbing in the rock of the ''next door'' seems so natural!