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Climbing in the Nepal Himalayas has gained popularity with mountain lovers. Trekking peaks in Nepal ranges from 5500m to 6999m and must obtain Peak Permit from Nepal Mountaineering Association.
Ladakh is sandwiched between two mighty mountain ranges of the planet. Some of the peak cimbing in Ladakh are Stok Kangri, Kang Yatse, Mentok Kangri, Chamsher & Lingser Kangri.
River rafting on some of the world's most thrilling whitewater with a wide range of difficulties, rapids of classification 2 to 4 are interspersed with placid floats, making rafting an enjoyable experience.
Rafting in Bhutan is a gentle drift-down-the-river admiring the scenery and running a few small yet exciting rapids. The crystal clear rivers of Bhutan are one of the kingdom’s best kept open secret to paddle.
A varied range of rafting options is available on the Indus and its major tributaries. The best stretch for professionally guided runs in white water is on the Indus between Spituk and Saspol.
Mountain Bikes in Nepal are designed to take you into the culture and lifestyle of the local people and show you the best trails in the Himalayas. It is also quite possible to devise some incredible long-distance itineraries.
Cycling in Ladakh takes you through to the moonland like plateaus of Ladakh exploring the cultures, opportunity to bike along the Zanskar & Indus River, and the ancient Buddhist monasteries.
Bhutan is a natural Mountain Biking Country with its environment, landscape, villages, valleys, and mountain passes. So within the span of short time it has gained much momentum among the locals as well.