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Nepal 2008 - Kangchenjunga South and North Trek

The Kangchenjunga South and North Trek (10.10.2008 - 29.10.2008)

From Wikipedia: The name Kangchenjunga stems from Bhutia and Tibetan languages. Its name in Nepali is कञ्चनजङ्घा Kanchanjaŋghā. Its name in the local Limbu language is Sewalungma, meaning Mountain that we offer greetings to. Sewalungma is considered sacred in the Kirant religion.

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  • Tambewa (1880m)

  • Keswa (1960m)

  • Mamanke (1840m)

  • Yampudin (2340m)

  • Torontan (2990m)

  • Tseram (3870m)

  • Ramche (4620m)

  • Yalung Glacier and Southern Base Camp

  • Mirgin La (4663m)

  • Gunsa (3410m)

  • Kambachen (4040m)

  • Lhonak (4790m)

  • Kangchenjunga Northern Base Camp

  • Pang-Pema

  • Khambachen (4040m)

  • Gyabla (2730m)

  • Tapethok (1320m)

  • Taplejung

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