Nepal

Nepal mountain ranges, by Martin Gamache

Nepal mountain ranges, by Martin Gamache

The following mountain ranges or regions have been featured recently in the AAJ. Pages for individual Climbs & Expeditions reports from each of these areas will be introduced as reports are added. In general, ranges, regions, and reports begin in the west and continue eastward, and within that the flow is typically north to south.

WEST NEPAL:

Api Region

Gurans Himal (Yokapahar)

Saipal Region

Gurans Himal (Saipal–Raksha Urai)

Humla Region

Kanti Himal

Saipal Region

Gurans Himal (Saipal–Raksha Urai)

Chandi Himal

West Dolpo Region

Kanjiroba Himal

CENTRAL NEPAL:

Dhaulagiri Region

Dhaulagiri Himal

Mustang Region

Mukut Himal

Damodar Himal

West Manang Region

Damodar Himal

East Manang Region

Annapurna Himal

Manaslu Region

Peri Himal

Manaslu Himal

Ganesh Region

Ganesh Himal

Sringi Himal

Peri Himal

Langtang Region

Langtang Himal

Jugal Himal

Rolwaling Region

Rolwaling Himal

Khumbu Region

Mahalangur Himal (Khumbu Section)

EAST NEPAL:

Makalu Region

Mahalangur Himal (Makalu-Barun Section)

Kangchenjunga Region

Janak Himal

Khumbhakarna Himal

Annidesha Himal

Kangchenjunga Himal

Commentary:

Winter ascents, definitions for Tibet, China, and Nepal. By Lindsay Griffin, Mountain INFO

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