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Sā̃khuSankhu (alternative name: Sakwa (Nepal Bhasa: सक्व)) is the ancient Newar town located in the north-eastern corner of Kathmandu Valley in about 17 km from the capital city Kathmandu. Sankhu, also known as Shankharapur for its famous ancient Sankha-shaped town structure, was formerly divided into 3 Village Development Committee namely Pukhulachhi, Suntol and Bajrayogini. Recently the town of Sankhu has been declared as Shankharapur Municipality merging 3 above mentioned VDCs and other neighbouring VDCs. At the time of the 2011 Nepal census it had a population of 4333 living in 928 individual households. Show Sā̃khuon the map
MustāngLo Manthang was the walled capital of the Kingdom of Lo from its founding in 1380 by Ame Pal who oversaw construction of the city wall and many of the still-standing structures. After the Shahs of Gorkha forged Nepal out of numerous petty kingdoms in the 18th century, Lo became a dependency but kept its hereditary rulers. This arrangement continued as long as Nepal remained a kingdom, until republican government began in 2008 and Jigme Dorje Palbar Bista (born c. 1933) lost his title. His protector King Gyanendra suffered the same fate, however the Raja or gyelpo of Mustang was 25th in a direct line of rulers dating back to 1380 A.D. Gyanendra was only the eleventh Shah ruler since Prithvi Narayan Shah conquered Kathmandu in 1768. Show Mustāngon the map
DhorpātanDhorpatan is a village in Nepal's Baglung District, nestled in a large east-west valley south of the Dhaulagiri mountain range in the Himalayas. It is the headquarters of Dhorpatan Hunting Reserve. There is a small community of indigenous Kham Magar people as well as Tibetan refugees. Show Dhorpātanon the map
ManangManang (Nepali: मनाङ) is a town in the Manang District of Nepal. It is located at 28°40'0N 84°1'0E with an altitude of 3,519 metres (11,545 ft). According to the preliminary result of the 2011 Nepal census it has a population of 6,527 people living in 1,495 individual households. Its population density is 3 persons/km2. Besides catering to trekkers, there is some agriculture and herding of yaks. There is a medical centre, which specializes in high-altitude sickness. Show Manangon the map
ChukhungChukhung (Chukung) is a lodge village serving trekkers and climbers in the Khumbu Region of Nepal in the Himalayas south of Mount Everest. The Chukhung Valley lies on the southern slopes of Lhotse and Nuptse by the Lho Glacier and the Nup Glacier, the western slopes of Cho Polu and Baruntse by the Imja Glaciers, and the northern slopes of Mount Ama Dablam by the Ama Dablam Glacier and Chukhung Glacier. It extends westward past the village of Dingboche where it joins the Pheriche Valley. The Imja Khola flows through the Chukhung Valley. Show Chukhungon the map
RukumkotRukumkot (Nepali: is a town located in a valley of the Rukum district in Nepal. Nearby is a pond called Rukmini Tal (local name: Kamal Dhaha (Nepali: कमलदह). Not far from it, there is an historic Shibalaya temple. Other temples include the Barah, Baraji, and Bhagwati temples. There is a mysterious cave in the eastern part of Rukumkot, on the bank of the Rumgad (River), called Deurali Gufa (Cave). It can be visited only by walking for one hour from Rukumkot. Show Rukumkoton the map
LāngtāngLangtang is a region in the Himalayas of Nepal to the north of the Kathmandu Valley and bordering Tibet. The Langtang National Park is located in the area.About 4,500 people live inside the park, and many more depend on it for timber and firewood. The majority of the residents are Tamang. The park contains the Gosainkunda lakes, sacred to Hindus. Pilgrimages are made there in August. Another spiritual site is the Buddhist monastery Kyanjin Gompa. Popular activities for tourists in the park include trekking, climbing, and white-water rafting. Show Lāngtāngon the map
KoilābāsKoilabas (Nepali: is a bazaar town and Village Development Committee in Dang Deokhuri District in Rapti Zone of south-western Nepal. The town is situated on the southern edge of the Dudhwa Range of the Siwaliks, at Nepal's border with Uttar Pradesh 5 km from the village Jarwa on the other side. Indian and Nepalese nationals may cross the border unrestricted however there is a customs checkpoint for goods. Koilabas has regular bus service to Tulsipur on the Gorakhpur-Gonda Loop of Indian Railways. Show Koilābāson the map
KhumjungKhumjung (Nepali: is a village and Village Development Committee in Solukhumbu District in the Sagarmatha Zone of north-eastern Nepal. It is located in the Khumbu region inside Sagarmatha National Park, a world heritage site. The village is at an elevation of 3,970 metres above sea level, and is situated near Mount Khumbila. A monastery in Khumjung has a purported Yeti scalp. This village has modern communications such as the internet and mobile and landline phones. Show Khumjungon the map
ChautārāChautara Municipality (Nepali: चौतारा) is a municipality in Sindhupalchowk District in the Bagmati Zone of central Nepal. It is the only settlement in the Sindhupalchowk District with the administrative status of municipality. The municipality was established on 18 May 2014 by merging Pipaldanda, Chautara, Kubhinde, Sanusiruwari Village Development Committees. This is the district headquarters of the Sindhupalchowk District. The municipality stands at the elevation of approximately 1,600 m above sea level. Religious and cultural festivities form a major part of the lives of people residing in Chautara. There are people of various religious beliefs, Hinduism, Buddhism and Christianity as well, giving Chautara a cosmopolitan culture. Nepali is the most commonly spoken language in the municip Show Chautārāon the map
TaulihawāKapilavastu (Nepali; Pali: Kapilavatthu), formerly Taulihawa, is a municipality and administrative center of Kapilvastu District in Province No. 5 of southern Nepal. It is located roughly 25 kilometres (16 mi) to the south-west of Lumbini, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the birthplace of Gautama Buddha. The municipality lies at an altitude of 107 metres (351 ft) above sea level on Nepal's southern border across from Khunwa, Uttar Pradesh state, India. There is a customs checkpoint for goods while movement of Indian and Nepalese nationals across the border is unrestricted. Show Taulihawāon the map
NaubiseNaubise is a village development committee in Dhading District in the Bagmati Zone of central Nepal. At the time of the 2011 Nepal census it had a population of 25621 and had 3239 houses in it. To Promote local culture Naubise has two FM radio station Radio Rajmarga - 92.1 MHz Which is a Community radio Station and Krishi Radio-101.5MHz that features agriculture related programs. Show Naubiseon the map
KohalpurKohalpur is a municipality in Banke District in the Bheri Zone in mid-western Nepal. The municipality was established on 18 May 2014 merging the existing two Village Development Committees i.e. Rajhena and Kohalpur. The town is in East-West highway and one of the fastest developing places in Nepal. A neighboring city Nepalgunj is on South (16 km), with Ghorahi city (135 km) to west in Dang District and further 6 km is the Indian border. In fact it is a growing city in the western region of Nepal. It has a junction to diverse the roadway transport to east, west, north and south from the city. Show Kohalpuron the map
GorkhāGorkha is a municipality in central Nepal created in 1996. It was initially called Prithibhinarayan after King Prithvi Narayan Shah, who was born in Gorkha and united and founded modern Nepal. In 2009, the name was changed to Gorkha municipality. The old royal palace (Gorkha Durbar), Gorakhnath and Kalika (temple of the goddess Kali) are the main attractions. The lower palace (Tallo Durbar) and a modern park are other major attractions. Show Gorkhāon the map
Kakani̇̄Kakani is a settlement in the Nuwakot District of the Bagmati Zone in central Nepal. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census, the Kakani village development committee administered a population of 7816 living in 1343 individual households. As one of the most accessible settlements from Kathmandu over 2000 meters, this hill station hosts a British Gurkhas welfare bungalow (photo at left) and a number of hotels. The village is also home to a memorial park to the victims of Thai Airways International Flight 311. Show Kakani̇̄on the map
ChaturāleChaturale is a village in the Nuwakot District of Nepal. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 5360 living in 907 individual households. Chaturale is named after its founder, Chatur Bhuj Ale. These schools are open for native English teacher to assist English teachings. Show Chaturāleon the map
DunaiDunai is the district headquarters of Dolpa District in Nepal. The town is on the banks of the Thuli Bheri River at about 2,000 metres (6,562 ft) elevation. The 1991 Nepal census counted 1,773 persons in 334 households. Dunai has one FM radio station: Radio Dolpa 101.4 MHz which is a community radio station. There is one hospital: the 15-bed Dolpa District Hospital. In education, there is the Dolpa Campus affiliated with Tribhuvan University, one high school: Sarswoti Higher Secondary School affiliated with HSEB, and the Dunai Community Library which is a community learning center. Show Dunaion the map
Rasuwāgaḍhi̇̄Rasua Gardhi is a ruined fort, dating back to the wars between Nepal and Tibet in the 19th century. It is situated directly south of the footbridge over the Lendi Kola which leads into Tibet Autonomous Region (China). At present there is an army post about 5 km south which prevents non-Nepalis from approaching the border. The nearest village to Rasua Gadhi is Ghattekola; Timure, a larger village is 6 km away on the path leading to the roadhead at Syaphru Bensi. Show Rasuwāgaḍhi̇̄on the map
BeniBeni is a Municipality and the district headquarters of Myagdi District in Dhaulagiri Zone, Nepal. Municipality was announced by merging the then Ratnechaur, Jyamrukot, Arthunge, Ghatan, Pulachaur, Singa village development committees since 18 May 2014. Show Benion the map
BijauriBijauri is a town and Village Development Committee in Dang Deokhuri District in the Rapti Zone of south-western Nepal. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 9,729 persons living in 1599 individual households. This is the place where Vultureconservation has been done as Vulture Restaurant located 5 km north of Tulsipur - Ghorahi highway in salapani village. Few km. north of Vulture Restaurant in chillikot there is ancient temple of kalika and malika devi as well as there is also damaged ancient palace of a king. Show Bijaurion the map
DiktelDiktel is a Municipality and the headquarters of Khotang District, a part of Sagarmatha Zone, Nepal. It was converted into municipality since May 2014 merging with the existing Bamrang, Laphyang and Kahalle vdcs At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 7,324 persons residing in 1,433 individual households. The town is located at 27°12′50″N 86°47′52″E / 27.21389°N 86.79778°E and has an altitude of 1,530 metres (5,020 ft). It contains a notable jail. During the Civil War the town was attacked by hundreds of Maoists rebels who also broke into Diktel jail and freed inmates Show Diktelon the map
DinglaDingla (Nepali: दिङ्ला) is a historic region in Bhojpur District in the Kosi Zone of eastern Nepal. It includes three Village development committees: Keurepani, Mulpani, and Tunggochha. One of the first schools of Nepal was established in this region in 1879 AD.Recently, another municipality named \"shadanada\" has been announced by government of Nepal. Tungechha, Mulpani, Keurenipani, Kimalung and Khartamchha V.D.C are included in newly announced municipality. Dingla Bazaar is the centre of this second municipality of Bhojpur district. Show Dinglaon the map
SiddhipurSiddhipur is a village development committee in Lalitpur District in the Bagmati Zone of central Nepal. At the time of the 2011 Nepal census it had a population of 4254 living in 728 individual households. Siddhipur is a typical Newari community where the spoken language is Newari. The main occupation of the people living in this region is agriculture. Most of the people fully depend on the agriculture for their living. Siddhipur is also famous for sukul, which is a kind of handmade mat made of hay, a locally available material. Show Siddhipuron the map
RājāpurRajapur is a municipality in Bardiya District in the Bheri Zone of south-western Nepal. The municipality was established on 18 May 2014 merging the existing Daulatpur, Naya Gaun, Badalpur, Bhimapur, Manpur Tapara and Rajapur village development committees (VDCs). It is located on the border with Uttar Pradesh state, India. It has a customs checkpoint for goods. Indian and Nepalese nationals may cross the border without restriction. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 9,545 and had 1,298 houses in the town. Show Rājāpuron the map
JhawāniThe Chitwan District (Nepali: चितवन जिल्ला is one of 75 districts of Nepal, and is located in the southwestern part of Province No. 3 with Bharatpur, the fifth largest city of Nepal, as its district headquarters. It covers an area of 2,238.39 km2 (864.25 sq mi), and in 2011 had a population of 579,984 (279,087 male and 300,897 female) people. Bharatpur is a commercial and service centre of central south Nepal and major destination for higher education, health care and transportation in the region. Show Jhawānion the map
BandīpurBandipur (Devanagari is a hilltop settlement and a municipality in Tanahun District, (Gandaki Zone) of Nepal. This municipality was established on 18 May 2014 by merging with existing Dharampani and Bandipur VDCs. Because of its preserved, old time cultural atmosphere, Bandipur has increasingly been coming to the attention of tourism. At the time of the 2011 Nepal census it had a population of total (Bandipur and Dharampani) 15591 people living in 3750 individual households. Show Bandīpuron the map
PhidimPhidim Municipality is the headquarters of the Panchthar District in the Mechi Zone of eastern Nepal. Phidim was transformed into municipality from village development committee merging with other vdcs i.e. Phidim, Chokmagu and Siwa villages on 18 May 2014.It serves as a major route for trekkers and common people who travel to and from the Taplejung district bordering with the Tibetan Autonomous Region of China. It is also a commercial hub for the rural people of the district. Show Phidimon the map
BagarchhāpBagarchhap is a village development committee in Manang District in the Gandaki Zone of northern Nepal. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 534 people living in 116 individual households. On 10 November 1995 most of Bagarchap (around 80%) was destroyed by a landslide, which killed 11 villagers and 9 trekkers. Many villagers relocated to Danaque to the west and Bagarchhap is now much smaller than it was prior to the landslide. Show Bagarchhāpon the map
KhanchikotKhanchikot is a market center in Sandhikharka Municipality of Arghakhanchi District. The district lies in the Lumbini Zone of Western Nepal. The former village development committee (VDC) was converted into municipality on 18 May 2014 by merging the existing Sandhikharka, Bangla, Narapani, Khanchikot, Keemadada, Argha and Dibharna VDCs. During 1991 Nepal census it was estimated to have a total population of 4,628 individuals and had 930 houses. Show Khanchikoton the map
KāgbeniKagbeni is a village in Upper Mustang, Nepal, located in the valley of the Kali Gandaki River. Administratively, Kagbeni is a Village Development Committee in Mustang District in the Dhawalagiri Zone of northern Nepal. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 1200 people residing in 260 individual households. It lies on the trail from Jomsom to the royal capital Lo Manthang, near the junction with the trail to Muktinath. Show Kāgbenion the map
KālikotKalikot District(Nepali: जिल्ला, a part of Province No. 6, is one of the seventy-five districts of Nepal. The district, with Manma as its district headquarters, covers an area of 1,741 km², had a population of 105,580 in 2001 and 136,948 in 2011. In September 2005, in a bid to encourage a change in social attitudes, the government announced that it would provide rice to any family that had recently had a girl born. Show Kālikoton the map
Chari̇̄koṭBhimeshwar, (formerly Charikot), is a municipality in north-eastern Nepal and the headquarters of Dolakha District in Province No. 3 to be newly formed. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 7349 people residing in 1541 individual households. The town is located at an altitude of 1554 metres (5101 feet). The name of the district Dolakha came from Dolakha Town situated north-east of the headquarters Charikot Bazaar. Show Chari̇̄koṭon the map
Gulmī TamghāsTamghas, also Gulmi Tamghas or Tamghas Bazaar (Nepali: तम्घास) is the centre of Resunga Municipality, and the capital of Nepal. It is located at 28°4'0N 83°15'0E with an altitude of 1838 metres (6033 feet). As of 2001 it had a population of 10, 680. There are significant cobalt reserves in the area.In the 1970s a road was planned between Tamghas and Palpa District.The village of Arkhale is located just to the northwest. Show Gulmī Tamghāson the map
ChobhārChobhar is a village in Kathmandu District in the Bagmati Zone of central Nepal and part of Kirtipur Municipality. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 5,627 and had 1,109 households in it. Chobhar is known for the nearby Chobhar Gorge where there are the Chobhar caves. There is also a temple, Jal Binayak Temple and Adinath Lokeshwar, that is sacred to both Buddhists and Hindus. Show Chobhāron the map
GhorahiGhorahi (formerly Tribhuwannagar) is a municipality and largest city of Dang Deukhuri District of Rapti Zone, southwest Nepal. It is one of the largest cities of Mid-Western and Far-Western Nepal.It is the largest municipality and city of Rapti Region. Surrounded by the Sivalik and Mahabharat range of Hills, it hosts a moderate climate. Hence, it is also referred as Climatic Capital City of Nepal. Show Ghorahion the map
BānkeBanke District (Nepali: बाँके जिल्ला, a part of Province No. 5, is one of the seventy-five districts of Nepal. The district, located in midwestern Nepal with Nepalganj as its district headquarters, covers an area of 2,337 km² and had a population of 385,840 in 2001 and 491,313 in 2011. There are three main cities in the Banke District: Nepalganj, Kohalpur and Khajura Bajaar. Show Bānkeon the map
AmlekhganjAmlekhganj (also Amlekhgunj) is a town and Village Development Committee in Bara District in the Narayani Zone of south-eastern Nepal. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 4,006 persons living in 742 individual households. At one time it was famed as the starting point of the Nepal Government Railway (NGR) which connected it with Raxaul in India. Show Amlekhganjon the map
TokhaTokha is a municipality in the Central development region of Kathmandu District in the Bagmati Zone of Nepal. The new municipality was formed by merging five existing villages — Dhapasi, Jhor Mahankal, Gonggabu, Tokha Chandeshwari and Tokha Saraswati — on 02 Dec 2014. The office of the municipality is at Dhapasi. Show Tokhaon the map
Dakṣiṇkāli̇̄Dakshinkali is a municipality in the Central development region of Kathmandu District in the Bagmati Zone of Nepal. The new municipality was formed by merging six existing villages —Chalnakhel, Chhaimale, Dakshinkali, Sheshnarayan, Sokhek and Talkududechour— on 02 Dec 2014. The office of the municipality is that of the former Balambu village development committee. Show Dakṣiṇkāli̇̄on the map
BelāBela is a Village Development Committee in Dang Deokhuri District in the Rapti Zone of south-western Nepal.The village borders Balrampur district of India in the south. At the time of the 2011 Nepal census it had a population of 11,245 persons living in 2,055 individual households.The main residents being Magar, Bahun, Dalit, and Muslims Show Belāon the map
RidīkotRidikot is a business center in Sanphebagar Municipality in Achham District in the Seti Zone of western Nepal. It was annexed to form the new municipality since 18 May 2014. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census, the village had a population of 1505 living in 313 houses. At the time of the 2001 Nepal census, the population was 1599, of which 52% was literate. Show Ridīkoton the map
NagarjunNagarjun is a municipality in the Central development region of Kathmandu District in the Bagmati Zone of Nepal. The new municipality was formed by merging five existing villages — Bhimdhunga, Ichankhu Narayan, Ramkot, Seuchatar and Sitapaila — on 02 Dec 2014. The office of the municipality is that of the former Sitapaila village development committee. Show Nagarjunon the map
SiwānagarShivanagar is a town in Krishnanagar Municipality in Kapilvastu District in the Lumbini Zone of southern Nepal. The former VDC was merged to form the municipality established on 18 May 2014 Krishnanagar, Sirsihawa, Shivanagar VDCs. At the time of the 2011 Nepal census it had a population of 4,774 people living in 735 individual households. Show Siwānagaron the map
SyāngjāSyangja is the main settlement of Putalibazar Municipality, the headquarters of Syangja District in the Gandaki Zone of Nepal. It is located at 28°4'60N 83°52'0E, at an altitude of 1088 meters (3572 feet). At the time of the 2011 Nepal census, it had a total institutional population of 1,048 people residing in 25 individual households. Show Syāngjāon the map
MartadiMartadi is a town and seat of Bajura District in the Seti Zone of north-western Nepal. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 4,618 and had 942 houses in the town but now it has increased by growth rate of 2.62. The town and surrounding area is under the jurisdiction of the Martadi District Police. Show Martadion the map
DhādingDhading District (Nepali: धादिङ जिल्ला, a part of Province No. 3, is one of the seventy-five districts of Nepal. The district, with Dhading Besi as its district headquarters, covers an area of 1,926 square kilometres (744 sq mi), had a population of 338,658 in 2001 and 336,067 in 2011. Show Dhādingon the map
BuḍhānilkanṭhaBudanilkantha was a Village Development Committee in Kathmandu District in the Bagmati Zone before being incorporated into the city of Budhanilkantha (along with Chapali Bhadrakali, Mahankal, Bishnu, Chunikhel and Kapan). At the time of the 2011 Nepal census it had a population of 15,421. Show Buḍhānilkanṭhaon the map
RumjāṭārRumjatar is a market in Siddhicharan Municipality in Okhaldhunga District in the Sagarmatha Zone of mid-eastern Nepal. This village center was merged to the Municipality in May 2014. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 2,825 living in 600 individual households. Show Rumjāṭāron the map
DingbocheDingboche 27°53′N 86°49′E / 27.883°N 86.817°E is a Sherpa village in the Khumbu region of north eastern Nepal in the Chukhung Valley. Its population was estimated at approximately 200 in 2011. It is situated at an altitude of 4,410 metres (14,470 ft). Show Dingbocheon the map
KalaiyāKalaiya is a municipality and headquarters of Bara District in the Narayani Zone of south-eastern Nepal. Also, it lies in central development region. At the time of the 2015 .Nepal census it had a population of 86,629 residing in 12047 individual households.People often visit this place because of the great Gadhi Mai temple. And kalaiya is famous for Sekuwa and Bhaja(chatpate). And it is the spot for some other historic importance like Simraungadh. Show Kalaiyāon the map
RāraRara is a village development committee (VDC) in Mugu District in the Karnali Zone of north-western Nepal. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census, it had a population of 930, living in 199 individual households. Rara Lake lies in the eastern part of the VDC. Show Rāraon the map
GhunsaGunsha is a village of Taplejung, Nepal at elevation of 3475m and is a major check point for Mt. Kangchenjunga. This village came into attention after the helicopter accident that killed 24 passengers including most prominent figures in conservation work. Show Ghunsaon the map
TumlingtarTumlingtar is a region and a city, in Eastern Nepal, between the Arun and Sabha Rivers in Kosi Zone. It is also the deepest valley and largest ṭār (butte or mesa) of Nepal. It is situated at 27.30 N, 87.20 E. Its elevation is 285 meters. Show Tumlingtaron the map
RāhaRaha is a village development committee and municipality in Dolpa District in the Karnali Zone of north-western Nepal. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 511 persons living in 110 individual households. Show Rāhaon the map
Hariharpur Gaḍhi̇̄Hariharpur Gadhi is a village development committee in Sindhuli District in the Janakpur Zone of south-eastern Nepal. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 3113 people living in 437 individual households. Show Hariharpur Gaḍhi̇̄on the map
DhalkewarDhalkebar is a village development committee in Dhanusa District in the Janakpur Zone of south-eastern Nepal. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 7,797 persons living in 1374 individual households. Show Dhalkewaron the map
KārmaiyaKarmaihiya is a village development committee in Sarlahi District in the Janakpur Zone of south-eastern Nepal. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 5552 people living in 1040 individual households. Show Kārmaiyaon the map
GopālpurGopalpur is a village development committee in Dhanusa District in the Janakpur Zone of south-eastern Nepal. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 4,076 persons living in 709 individual households. Show Gopālpuron the map
KewāreKeware Bhanjyang is a village development committee in Syangja District in the Gandaki Zone of central Nepal. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 3163 people living in 617 individual households. Show Kewāreon the map
BurtibāngBurtibang or Burtiwang is a village development committee in Baglung District in the Dhaulagiri Zone of central Nepal. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 6,014 and had 1175 houses in the town. Show Burtibāngon the map
PratāppurPratappur is a village development committee in Nawalparasi District in the Lumbini Zone of southern Nepal. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 5654 people living in 889 individual households. Show Pratāppuron the map
GorkheGorkhe is a town and Village Development Committee in Ilam District in the Mechi Zone of eastern Nepal. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 4,889 persons living in 889 individual households. Show Gorkheon the map
JamunaJamuna is a town and Village Development Committee in Ilam District in the Mechi Zone of eastern Nepal. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 3,277 persons living in 567 individual households. Show Jamunaon the map
KāigaonKaigaun is a village development committee in Dolpa District in the Karnali Zone of north-western Nepal. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 717 persons living in 135 individual households. Show Kāigaonon the map
MakaisingMakaising is a village development committee in Gorkha District in the Gandaki Zone of northern-central Nepal. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 2,231 and had 416 houses in the village. Show Makaisingon the map
RimiRimi is a village development committee in Dolpa District in the Karnali Zone of north-western Nepal. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census, it had a population of 970 persons living in 174 individual households. Show Rimion the map
MāngriMangri is a village development committee in Mugu District in the Karnali Zone of north-western Nepal. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 898 people living in 181 individual households. Show Māngrion the map
YārsāYarsa is a village development committee in Rasuwa District in the Bagmati Zone of northern Nepal. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 3414 people living in 705 individual households. Show Yārsāon the map
MahādevtārMahadevtar is a village development committee in Kabhrepalanchok District in the Bagmati Zone of central Nepal. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 1977 in 298 individual households. Show Mahādevtāron the map
GothiGothi is a village and municipality in Humla District in the Karnali Zone of north-western Nepal. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 965 persons living in 176 individual households. Show Gothion the map
KermiKermi is a village and municipality in Humla District in the Karnali Zone of north-western Nepal. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 518 persons living in 76 individual households. Show Kermion the map
BaitadīKhalanga or Baitadi Khalanga is a town and seat of Baitadi District in the Mahakali Zone of western Nepal. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 5,352 and had 1011 houses in the town. Show Baitadīon the map
MusīkotMusikot is a village and municipality in Gulmi District in the Lumbini Zone of central Nepal. At the time of the 2011 Nepal census it had a population of 4033 persons living in 857 individual households. Show Musīkoton the map
BeteniBeteni is a village development committee in Nuwakot District in the Bagmati Zone of central Nepal. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 3399 living in 657 individual households. Show Betenion the map
BenighātBenighat is a village development committee in Dhading District in the Bagmati Zone of central Nepal. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 6264 and had 1196 houses in it. Show Benighāton the map
ThonjeThonje is a village in the Himalayas of northern Nepal. It lies on the Marsyandi River, in the foothills of Manaslu and Annapurna and is often bypassed on the Annapurna Circuit Trek. Show Thonjeon the map
MānākotManakot is a village in Bajura District in the Seti Zone of north-western Nepal. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 1,849 and had 376 houses in the village. Show Mānākoton the map
ManikāpurManikapur is a town in Banke District in the Bheri Zone of south-western Nepal. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 5,810 and had 1138 houses in the town. Show Manikāpuron the map
WāmitaksārWamitaksar is a town and Village Development Committee in Gulmi District in the Lumbini Zone of central Nepal. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 6421. Show Wāmitaksāron the map
DharampurDharampur is a Village Development Committee in Jhapa District in the Mechi Zone of south-eastern Nepal. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 14,144. Show Dharampuron the map
GalkotGalkot is a town in Baglung district, Nepal. It consists of several VDCs. Nearby cities include Palpa and Pokhara. Its geographic coordinates are 28°13'24\"N 83°25'29\"E. Show Galkoton the map
KunauliKunauli or Kunauli Bazaar is a small town of Supaul (old Saharsa) district of Bihar, India on the border of Nepal's Saptari District. It is also known as Kanouli. Show Kunaulion the map
GalwaGalwa is a small town in the mid-western region of Nepal. It is located at 29°40'0N 81°52'0E at an altitude of 1662m (5456ft) near to the Karnali River. Show Galwaon the map
KailālīKailali District (Nepali: कैलाली a part of Province No. 7 in Terai plain, is one of the seventy-five districts of Nepal. Show Kailālīon the map
Māne BhañjyāṅManebhanjyang is a small city which lies in Khandbari Municipality of Sankhuwasabha District in the Kosi Zone of Eastern Nepal. Show Māne Bhañjyāṅon the map
JājarkotJajarkot is the capital city of Jajarkot District in Bheri Zone, Nepal. It is located at an altitude of 799 metres. Show Jājarkoton the map
BārhabiseBahrabise is a city in Sindhupalchok District in the Bagmati Zone of central Nepal. It consists of nine wards. Show Bārhabiseon the map
Sundari̇̄jalSundarijal is a village development committee in Kathmandu District in the Bagmati Zone of central Nepal. Show Sundari̇̄jalon the map
ThalāraThalara is a small Nepalese village on the Seti River in the North-West Bajhang district of Nepal. Show Thalāraon the map
GamgadhiGamgadhi is the headquarters of Mugu District in the Karnali Zone of northern Nepal. Show Gamgadhion the map
BijalpuraBijalpura is a town in southern Nepal, near the border with India. Show Bijalpuraon the map
ChaukunChaukun is a town in the Surkhet District of Province No. 6, Nepal. Show Chaukunon the map
Gaighat Show Gaighaton the map
States, regions, administrative units in Patheka
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Federal Democratic Republic of NepalNepal (/nəˈpɔːl/; Nepali: नेपाल [neˈpal]), officially the Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal (Nepali: सङ्घीय नेपाल Sanghiya Loktāntrik Ganatantra Nepāl), is a landlocked country in South Asia with a population of 26.4 million. It is a multiethnic nation with Nepali as the official language. Kathmandu is the nation's capital and largest city. Modern Nepal is a secular parliamentary republic.Show on map
Different buildings in Patheka
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SwayambhunāthSwayambhunath (Devanagari: स्तुप; Newar: sometimes romanized Swoyambhunath) is an ancient religious architecture atop a hill in the Kathmandu Valley, west of Kathmandu city. The Tibetan name for the site means 'Sublime Trees' (Wylie:Phags.pa Shing.kun), for the many varieties of trees found on the hill. However, Shing.kun may be a corruption of the local Nepal Bhasa name for the complex, Singgu, meaning 'self-sprung'. For the Buddhist Newars in whose mythological history and origin myth as well as day-to-day religious practice, Swayambhunath occupies a central position, it is probably the most sacred among Buddhist pilgrimage sites. For Tibetans and followers of Tibetan Buddhism, it is second only to Boudhanath.Show on map
Baudhanāth StupaBoudhanath (Devanagari, Nepali: (also called Boudha, Bouddhanath or Baudhanath or the Khāsa Caitya) is a stupa in Kathmandu, Nepal. It is known as Khāsti in Nepal Bhasa, Jyarung Khashor in Tibetan language (Tibetan: Wylie: bya rung kha shor) or as Bauddha by speakers of Nepali. Located about 11 km (6.8 mi) from the center and northeastern outskirts of Kathmandu, the stupa's massive mandala makes it one of the largest spherical stupas in Nepal.Show on map
Pashupati̇̄nāthThe Pashupatinath Temple (Nepali: मन्दिर) is a famous, sacred Hindu temple dedicated to Pashupatinath and is located on the banks of the Bagmati River 5 kilometres north-east of Kathmandu Valley in the eastern city of Kathmandu, the capital of Nepal. This temple is considered one of the sacred temples of Hindu faith .The temple serves as the seat of the national deity, Lord Pashupatinath.This temple complex is on UNESCO World Heritage Sites's list Since 1979. This \"extensive Hindu temple precinct\" is a \"sprawling collection of temples, ashrams, images and inscriptions raised over the centuries along the banks of the sacred Bagmati river\" and is included as one of the seven monument groups in UNESCO's designation of Kathmandu Valley as a cultural heritage site.One of the major FesShow on map
Rāni̇̄ Pokhari̇̄Rani Pokhari (Nepali: रानी पोखरी) meaning queen's pond, originally known as Nhu Pukhu (Nepal Bhasa| न्हू पुखू) meaning new pond, is a historic artificial pond located in the heart of Kathmandu. The square-shaped tank dates from the 17th century, and was built on the eastern side of the then city limits. It lies just outside a former city gate. The pond is one of Kathmandu's most famous landmarks, and is known for its religious and aesthetic significance. Its dimensions are 180m by 140m.Show on map
Lakes, rivers, streams and other bodies of water in Patheka
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Phewa TālPhewa Lake, Phewa Tal or Fewa Lake is a freshwater lake in Nepal located in the south of the Pokhara Valley that includes Pokhara city; parts of Sarangkot and Kaskikot. The lake is stream-fed but a dam regulates the water reserve, therefore, the lake is classified as semi-natural freshwater lake. It is the second largest lake in Nepal, the largest in Gandaki Zone followed by Begnas Lake. Phewa lake is located at an altitude of 742 m (2,434 ft) and covers an area of about 5.23 km2 (2.0 sq mi). It has an average depth of about 8.6 m (28 ft) and a maximum depth of 24 m (79 ft). Maximum water capacity of the lake is approximately 43,000,000 cubic metres (35,000 acre·ft). The Annapurna range on the north is only about 28 km (linear distance) away from the lake. The lake is also famous for the rShow on map
Bherī RiverThe Bheri River is a major tributary of the Karnali River draining the western Dhaulagiri range in western Nepal. It has three important upper tributaries. Sani (little) Bheri drains southern slopes of this range while Thuli (big) Bheri drains northern slopes. Another tributary Uttar Ganga drains Dhorpatan Valley to the south of the Dhaulagiris. Downstream, the Bheri flows through Surkhet Valley before joining the Karnali River in the Mahabharat Range or Lesser Himalaya.Show on map
Khumbu GlacierThe Khumbu Glacier is located in the Khumbu region of northeastern Nepal between Mount Everest and the Lhotse-Nuptse ridge. With elevations of 4,900 m (16,100 ft) at its terminus to 7,600 m (24,900 ft) at its source, it is the world's highest glacier. The Khumbu Glacier is followed for the final part of the trail to one of the Everest Base Camps. The start of the glacier is in the Western Cwm near Everest. The glacier has a large icefall, the Khumbu Icefall, at the west end of the lower Western Cwm. This icefall is the first major obstacle—and among the more dangerous—on the standard south col route to the Everest summit.Show on map
Chi-lung HoThe Trishuli River (Nepali: नदी; simplified Chinese: 特耳苏里河; traditional Chinese: 特耳蘇里河; pinyin: Tè'ěrsūlǐ Hé) is a trans-boundary river and is one of the major tributaries of the Narayani River basin in central Nepal. It originates in Tibet Autonomous Region of China where it is called Kirong Tsangpo (Tibetan: Wylie: skyid grong gtsang po, THL: Kyirong Tsangpo; Chinese: 古隆藏布; pinyin: Gǔlóng Zàngbù).Show on map
Rāra DahaThe Rara Lake (Nepali: रारा लेक) is the biggest and deepest fresh water lake in the Nepal Himalayas. It is the main feature of the Rara National Park, located in the Jumla and Mugu Districts.In September 2007, the lake was declared a Ramsar site, covering 1,583 ha (6.11 sq mi) including the surrounding wetland.Show on map
Tamur RiverThe Tamur River (Nepali: तमोर नदी Tamor Nadi, known historically as the Tambar River) is a major river in eastern Nepal, which begins around Kanchenjunga. The Tamur and the Arun join the Sun Kosi at Tribenighat to form the giant Saptakoshi which flows through Mahabharat Range on to the Gangetic plainShow on map
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Sun Kosi RiverThe Sun Kosi, also called Sun Koshi, is a trans-boundary river that originates in the Tibet and it is part of the Koshi or Saptkoshi River system in Nepal.Show on map
Mountains, roads, land forms, forests and other objects in Patheka
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Mount EverestMount Everest, in Nepal as Sagarmāthā and in China as Chomolungma/珠穆朗玛峰, is Earth's highest mountain. Its peak is 8,848 metres (29,029 ft) above sea level. Mount Everest is located in the Mahalangur mountain range in Nepal. The international border between China (Tibet Autonomous Region) and Nepal runs across Everest's precise summit point. Its massif includes neighbouring peaks Lhotse, 8,516 m (27,940 ft); Nuptse, 7,855 m (25,771 ft) and Changtse, 7,580 m (24,870 ft).Show on map
Mahābhārat LekhThe Mahabharata Range (Nepali: महाभारत श्रृंखला mahābhārat shrinkhalā) – also called the Lesser Himalaya – is a major east-west mountain range with elevations 3,700 to 4,500 m (12,000 to 14,500 feet) along the crest, paralleling the much higher Great Himalaya range from the Indus River in Pakistan across northern India, Nepal, Sikkim and Bhutan but then the two ranges become increasingly difficult to differentiate east of Bhutan as the ranges approach the Brahmaputra River. The Mahabharat range also parallels the lower Shivalik or Churia Range (Outer Himalaya) to the south.Show on map
HimalayasThe Himalayas, or Himalaya, (/ˌhɪməˈleɪ.ə/ or /hɪˈmɑːləjə/) are a mountain range in Asia separating the plains of the Indian subcontinent from the Tibetan Plateau. The Himalayan range has the Earth's highest peaks, including the highest, Mount Everest. The Himalayas include over a hundred mountains exceeding 7,200 metres (23,600 ft) in elevation. By contrast, the highest peak outside Asia – Aconcagua, in the Andes – is 6,961 metres (22,838 ft) tall.Show on map
ManāsluMt. Manaslu (Nepali: मनास्लु, also known as Kutang) is the eighth highest mountain in the world at 8,163 metres (26,781 ft) above sea level. It is located in the Mansiri Himal, part of the Nepalese Himalayas, in the west-central part of Nepal. Its name, which means \"mountain of the spirit\", comes from the Sanskrit word manasa, meaning \"intellect\" or \"soul\". Manaslu was first climbed on May 9, 1956 by Toshio Imanishi and Gyalzen Norbu, members of a Japanese expedition. It is said that \"just as the British consider Everest their mountain, Manaslu has always been a Japanese mountain\".Show on map
KānchenjungaKangchenjunga (Nepali: कञ्चनजङ्घा; Hindi: कंचनजंघा; Sikkimese: ཁང་ཅེན་ཛོཾག་), sometimes spelled Kanchenjunga, is the third highest mountain in the world, and lies partly in Nepal and partly in Sikkim, India. It rises with an elevation of 8,586 m (28,169 ft) in a section of the Himalayas called Kangchenjunga Himal that is limited in the west by the Tamur River, in the north by the Lhonak Chu and Jongsang La, and in the east by the Teesta River. It lies about 128 km (80 mi) east of Mount Everest.Show on map
Annapūrna IIAnnapurna II is part of the Annapurna mountain range, and is the eastern anchor of the range. It was first climbed in 1960 by a British/Indian/Nepalese team led by J. O. M. Roberts via the West Ridge, approached from the north. The summit party comprised Richard Grant, Chris Bonington, and Sherpa Ang Nyima. In terms of elevation, isolation (distance to a higher summit, namely Annapurna I, 30.5 km or 19.0 mi) and prominence (2,437 m or 7,995 ft), Annapurna II does not rank far behind Annapurna I Main, which serves as the western anchor. It is a fully independent peak, despite the close association with Annapurna I Main which its name implies.Show on map
Kathmandu ValleyThe Kathmandu Valley (Nepali: काठमाडौं उपत्यका, Newar: स्वनिगः, नेपाः गाः), located in Nepal, lies at the crossroads of ancient civilizations of Asia, and has at least 130 important monuments, including several pilgrimage sites for Hindus and Buddhists. There are seven World Heritage Sites within the valley. Thousands of people died and tens of thousands of buildings and structures collapsed in Kathmandu Valley in the April 2015 Nepal earthquake.Show on map
Ganesh HimalGanesh Himāl (Nepali: गणेश हिमाल) is a sub-range of the Himalayas located mostly in north-central Nepal, but some peaks lie on the border with Tibet. The Trisuli Gandaki valley on the east separates it from the Langtang Himal; the Budhi (Buri) Gandaki valley and the Shyar Khola valley on the west separate it from the Sringi Himal and the Mansiri Himal (home of Manaslu, the nearest 8000m peak). The range lies about 70 km north-northwest of Kathmandu.Show on map
Nangpa LaNangpa La (el. 5,806 m or 19,050 ft) is a high mountain pass crossing the Himalayas and the Nepal-Tibet Autonomous Region border a few kilometres west of Cho Oyu and some 30 km (20 mi) northwest of Mount Everest. A foot-trail over Nangpa La is the traditional trade and pilgrimage route connecting Tibetans and Sherpas of Khumbu. This was the location of the 2006 Nangpa La shootings. Terrain MapSatellite ImageShow on map
Lāṅṭāṇ National ParkThe Langtang National Park is the fourth national park in Nepal and was established in 1976 as the first Himalayan national park. The protected area exceeds an altitudinal range of 6,450 m (21,160 ft) and covers an area of 1,710 km2 (660 sq mi) in the Nuwakot, Rasuwa and Sindhulpalchok districts of the central Himalayan region encompassing 26 Village Development Committees. It is linked with the Qomolangma National Nature Preserve in Tibet. The high altitude sacred lake of Gosainkunda falls within the park. The Gosainkunda lake (4,300 m (14,100 ft)) and the Dorje Lakpa range (6,988 m (22,927 ft)) bisect the park from east–west to south–east. The summit of Langtang Lirung (7,245 m (23,770 ft)) is the highest point in the park.Show on map
Khumbu HimalMahālangūr Himāl (Nepali: महालङ्गूर हिमाल) is a section of the Himalayas in northeast Nepal and south-central Tibet (China) extending east from the pass Nangpa La between Rolwaling Himal and Cho Oyu, to the Arun River. It includes Mount Everest, Lhotse, Makalu, and Cho Oyu — four of Earth's six highest peaks. On the Tibetan side it is drained by the Rongbuk and Kangshung Glaciers and on the Nepali side by Barun, Ngojumba and Khumbu Glaciers and others. All are tributaries to the Koshi River via Arun River on the north and east or Dudh Kosi on the south.Show on map
MakāluMakalu (Nepal: मकालु; China: Makaru) is the fifth highest mountain in the world at 8,485 metres (27,838 ft). It is located in the Mahalangur Himalayas 19 km (12 mi) southeast of Mount Everest, on the border between Nepal and China. One of the eight-thousanders, Makalu is an isolated peak whose shape is a four-sided pyramid.Show on map
Kala PattarKala Patthar, meaning 'black rock' in Nepali and Hindi, is a notable landmark located on the south ridge of Pumori in the Nepalese Himalayas. Although not a proper mountain with a prominence of only (10 m or 33 ft), the ascent of Kala Patthar is very popular with trekkers in the region of Mount Everest, since it provides the most accessible point to view Mt. Everest from base camp to peak (due to the structure of Everest, the peak cannot be seen from the base camp). The views of Everest, Nuptse Nup II and Changtse are spectacular from Kala Patthar and there are glimpses of the northern flank and summit of Lhotse. The world's highest webcam, Mount Everest webcam, is located here.Show on map
Lo-tzu-sha FengLhotse Shar is a subsidiary mountain of Lhotse, and the 11th-highest mountain on Earth, at 8,383 m (27,503 ft) high. It has the highest fatality rate of all the eight-thousanders – for every 2 people who summit the mountain, one person dies attempting to. However, this is primarily because most climbers tend to try to ascend to the primary peak of Lhotse, rather than the lowest summit of the mountain. It was first climbed by Sepp Mayerl and Rolf Walter on May 12, 1970.Show on map
Lo-tzu FengLhotse (Nepali: ल्होत्से; Tibetan: ལྷོ་རྩེ) is the fourth highest mountain in the world at 8,516 metres (27,940 ft), after Mount Everest, K2, and Kangchenjunga. Part of the Everest massif, Lhotse is connected to the latter peak via the South Col. Lhotse means “South Peak” in Tibetan. In addition to the main summit at 8,516 metres (27,940 ft) above sea level, the mountain comprises the smaller peaks Lhotse Middle (East) at 8,414 m (27,605 ft), and Lhotse Shar at 8,383 m (27,503 ft). The summit is on the border between China, Tibet and the Khumbu region of Nepal.Show on map
KhumbilaKhumbila or Khumbu Yül-Lha, roughly translated as \"God of Khumbu\" is one of the high Himalayan peaks in the Khumbu region of Eastern Nepal within the boundaries of Sagarmatha National Park. Considered too sacred to be climbed by most local Sherpa people, the mountain is considered home to the patron God of the local area. Rising 5,761m above sea level, the mountain overlooks the famous southern approaches to its larger neighbours including Ama Dablam and Mount Everest.Show on map
Himāl ChūliHimalchuli is the second highest mountain in the Mansiri Himal, part of the Nepalese Himalayas. It lies south of Manaslu, one of the Eight-thousanders. Himalchuli has three main peaks: East (7893 m), West (7540 m) and North (7371 m). It is also often written as two words, \"Himal Chuli\". Himalchuli is the 18th highest mountain in the world(using a cutoff of 500m prominence, or re-ascent). Himalchuli is also notable for its large vertical relief over local terrain. For example, it rises 7000m over the Marsyangdi River to the southwest in about 27 km (17 mi) horizontal distance.Show on map
KumbhakarnaJannu or Kumbhakarna (Limbu: Phoktanglungma) is the 32nd highest mountain in the world. It is an important Western outlier of Kangchenjunga, the world's third highest peak. Jannu is a large and steep peak in its own right, and has numerous challenging climbing routes. The official name of this peak is Kumbhakarna, but the designation Jannu is still better known. It is called Phoktanglungma in native Limbu language, (Phoktang means Shoulder and Lungma means Mountain), literally \"Mountain with shoulders\" and it is sacred in Kirant religion.Show on map
TawecheTaboche (also known as Tawoche, Tobuche, Tāuje, Taweche, Tawache or Tawetse) is a mountain in the Khumbu region of the Nepalese Himalaya. Taboche is connected to Cholatse by a long ridge. Taboche lies directly across the Imja River from Ama Dablam and above the villages of Pheriche and Dingboche. The first ascent was made in 1974 by a French expedition led by Yannick Seigneur and the clarinettist and composer Jean-Christian Michel. The summit team included Louis Dubost, Paul Gendre and Jacques Brugirard.Show on map
Gauri SankarGaurishankar (also Gauri Sankar or Gauri Shankar; Devanagari गौरीशंकर; Tibetan: Jomo Tseringma;) is a mountain in the Himalayas, the second highest peak of the Rolwaling Himal, behind Melungtse (7,181m). The name comes from the Hindu goddess Gauri, a manifestation of Durga, and her Consort Shankar, denoting the sacred regard to which is afforded it by the peoples of Tibet and Nepal. The Buddhist Sherpas call the mountain Jomo Tseringma.Show on map
Pokhara ValleyPokhara Valley is the second-largest valley in the hilly region of Nepal. It lies in the western part of the Nepal. The cities of Pokhara and Lekhnath are in the valley. It is located in the Gandaki zone, 203 kilometres (126 mi) west of Kathmandu Valley. The city of Pokhara is one of the major cities of Nepal, and like Kathmandu Valley, is extremely vulnerable to earthquakes due to its clay soil and liquefaction potential.Show on map
ApiApi is the highest peak in the Yoka Pahar Section of Gurans Himal, part of the Himalayas in the extreme northwest corner of Nepal, near the borders of Tibet. It is a little-known peak in a rarely visited part of the Himalayas, but it rises dramatically over the low surrounding terrain.Show on map
MāchhāpuchhareMachapuchare, Machhapuchchhre or Machhapuchhre (from Nepali माछापुच्छ्रे , meaning \"fishtail\"), is a mountain in the Annapurna Himalayas of north central Nepal. It is revered by the local population as particularly sacred to the god Shiva, and hence is off limits to climbing.Show on map
SāipālSaipal is a mountain in the Himalayas of north-west Nepal. Api, Nampa and Saipal are a trio of high mountains located in northwestern Nepal. Together they form a small range of sharp, icy peaks, rising from a long, steep, snowy crest.Show on map
ChamlangChamlang is a mountain in the Nepalese Himalayas, near Makalu. It lies in the southern section of the Mahalangur subrange of the Himalayas. Chamlang has an elevation of 7,319 metres (24,012 ft).Show on map
KangtegaKangtega, known also as The Snow Saddle, is a major mountain peak of the Himalayas in Nepal. Its summit rises 6,782 metres (22,251 ft). It was first ascended in 1964.Show on map
Lāngtāng LirungLangtang Lirung is the highest peak of the Langtang Himal, which is a subrange of the Nepalese Himalayas, southwest of the Eight-thousander Shishapangma.Show on map