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Kanchenjunga Region Trekking

The kanchanjunga region is entitled as "Door to heaven"due to its large perspective and highlighted nature

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Nepal is a Himalayan country with the highlight of world’s top eight highest mountains of the world among top ten. The most wonderful thing to tell is that these regions are reachable by general walking with no extra gears required. The travelers also have the facility of taking air-flights and land vehicles to reach these highlighted mountain regions. They are the most wonderful places of the world because they are still untouched by modern day civilization and still living in unspoiled natural condition. The dry and warm climate of March till June along with September till November are the most prescribed season to travel in Himalayas. The winter are very cold and frosty in Himalayas and there is most common disease of Himalayas that happens to every traveler and during any seasons is known as altitude sickness. The tour operators will describe most about altitude sickness in Himalayas and ways to cure it. In general sense it is caused due to human not well adjusted with the high altitudes.

The Kanchenjunga Himalaya or the Kanchenjunga Mountain was the highest mountain of the globe till 1852 when Mount Everest was called as Peak XV and was still not ascended. Today after successful ascent of Mount Everest of Nepal and Mount K2 of Pakistan they were officially scaled and their elevation was declared. As result Mount Everest stands as first, Mount K2 stands as second and Mount Kanchenjunga stand as third highest mountain of the world based upon their officially scaled elevation. Mount Kanchenjunga is also one of the difficult mountain to ascend in compared to other eight thousand high mountains and is less explored by climbers and expeditions. Mount Kanchenjunga shares its territory with Nepal and India. In regional division the Kanchenjunga region falls in the Taplejung District of Nepal and North Sikkim in India where among the five peaks of Mount Kanchenjunga the highest peak likes in India and second highest peak lies in Nepal. There are total five peaks of Mount Kanchenjunga in which Main Peak, Central Peak and South Peak lies in India and rest two peaks western and northern peak lies in Nepal. The officially recognized height of Mount Kanchenjunga is 8586 meters and it is bordered in the east by Teesta River, in the west by Tamur River and in the north by Lhonak Chu. Mount Kanchenjunga is entitled as “The Five Treasures of Snow” due to its five outstanding peaks and is been considered as heavenly mountain by locals who worship as their guardian and god.

The territory of Mount Kanchenjunga is encompassed by Nepal, India and China around it and can be accessed by all these countries. The territory of Mount Kanchenjunga is the most wonderful and outstanding region of the globe as they are still untouched and unspoiled by modern day civilization and have been living with its solitary since centuries. The civilization living in the region of Mount Kanchenjunga is one of kind and is one of the oldest 7th civilization of the world. The main religion of the people living in this region are Buddhism, Hinduism and others. The region of Kanchenjunga is dominated by picturesque nature and landscapes accompanied by enchanting views of Himalayas . The travelers feels like walking in the trails of heaven as the region of Kanchenjunga is also known as region of heavens. The region is full of thick sub-tropical woodlands of rhododendron, magnolia, sal, oak e.t.c and beautiful lakes. The region is full of diverse culture and civilization along with changing landscapes. There are Asian civilization of Brahmins, Gurung, Chettris, Limbu, Rais, bhotias and Tibetan ethnicity in Kanchenjunga region. The region is covered with Himalayan flora and fauna along with some endangered species like musk deer, blue sheep, Himalayan bear e.t.c. The region is encompassed with other Himalayas like Mount Everest, Mount Makalu, Mount Chamlang, Mount Kanchenjunga, Tibetan mountain called Ghunsa e.t.c
The Kanchenjunga region is still like a heaven as it is untouched and unspoiled from modern day civilization and is full of enchanting nature like greenery, forests, wild animals, birds, artistic landscapes, heavenly trekking trails over the high elevation dominated by lovely landscape views below. The Kanchenjunga region is less visited by tourists due to its remoteness, high elevation and strict government policy.

Posted by njadhi 00:47 Archived in Nepal Tagged the everest himalayas nepal kingdom annapurna forbidden kanchenjunga southeast-asia

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