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    • MOUNTAINEERING
      • Presented by: Group 6
      • UPASANA BHATTA (129)
      • AISHWARYA DHAKAL (130)
      • PRATIVA LAMICHANE (126)
      • AMIT BISHWAS (128)
      • SUNNY PHILBEN (127)
    • CONTENT
      • Introduction
      • Tools used for mountaineering
      • Places for mountaineering
      • Advantages of mountaineering
      • Disadvantages of mountaineering
      • Mountaineering in Nepal
      • Conclusion
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    • What is mountaineer???
      •   A  mountaineer  is now described as a person who lives in the high country or as a climber of mountains.
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    • What is Mountaineering?
      • A sport that combines climbing and hiking up mountains
      • Done on regular terrain, rocky areas, and ice or snow slopes 
      • It merges a series of techniques and requires a highly technical approach
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    • Tools used for mountaineering
      • Footwear
      • Crampons
      • Rope
      • Belay device
      • Harness
      • Ice axe and knives
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      • Food and drinks
      • Binoculars
      • Firth aid kits
      • Camping gear and equipments
      • Mountaineering tents
      • Sleeping bags
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    • PLACES FOR Mountaineering
      • White Mountains of New Hampshire
      • destination for summer backpacking and autumn leaf peeping
      • transform into an arena for serious mountaineering in the winter
      • White Mountains provide an excellent venue for learning and refining your mountaineering skills
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      • 2. Rocky Mountains in Colorado
      • Colorado’s Rocky Mountains are an ideal place to build experience at altitude and traveling over exposed terrain
      • it doesn’t require a rope or technical climbing
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      • 3. Cascade Range in Washington State
      • It’s one of the best mountains in the US to climb for big adventure
      • But Rainier is only one of hundreds of mountains in the Cascade range
      • serving as the home for several of the world’s best guiding companies
      • the range is an excellent classroom for the mountaineering student.
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      • 4. Southern Alps of New Zealand
      • The altitude is relatively low, but provide an excellent opportunity to build confidence on more technical terrain
      • It Involves steep couloirs, heavily crevassed glaciers, and extreme coastal weather
      • Allow beginners to stretch their abilities under the supervision of a guide.
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    • ADVANTAGES
      • Burn calories
      • Heart health
      • Personal growth
      • Brain fitness
      • Body fitness
      • Remove anger , tired and fatigueless
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    • Disadvantages
      • Weather is primary danger
      • Bad effect on the natural beauty
      • Risk of life
      • Altitude problem
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    • Disadvantages
      • Weather is primary danger
      • Bad effect on the natural beauty
      • Risk of life
      • Altitude problem
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    • Mountaineering in Nepal
      • Best destination for mountaineers
      • Contains world’s highest mountains
      • Everest (8,848m.)
      • Island Peak (6,189 m.)
      • Mera Peak (6,476 m.)
      • Pisang Peak (6,091 m.)
      • Nayakanga Peak (5844 m.)
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      • Singu Chuli Peak (6501M.)
      • Tharpu Chuli Peak (5500m.)
      • Parchemuche peak (6187m.)
      • Amadablam (6812m.)
      • Pumori (7,161 m.)
      • Baruntse (7,129m.)
      • Dhaulagiri (8,167m.)
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      • Lhotse(8,516m.)
      • Nuptse (7,855m.)
      • Gyajikang ( 7038m )
      • Lobuche Peak (6119 m.)
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    • CONCLUSION
      • In the context of Nepal, Mountaineering is
      • One of the richest wealth for the economic development. Tourist come from all over the world just mountaineering, which has helped to earn foreign currency
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    • 01/08/12 THANK YOU