Government of Nepal has decided to exempt royalty for ascending certain peaks. The government has recently announced partial and total exemption of royalty on 60 mountain peaks of the Nepal Himalayas. The new announcements are made with the view of promoting the trekking and mountaineering sector in connection with the destination Nepal Year 2002-003, the golden jubilee celebration of the successful asscent of Mt. Everest and International Mountaineering Tourism Year 2011.
|S. No.||Name of the Peaks and Mountain||Altitude in Meter||District||Zone|
|2.||Fimkof West Peak||6645M||Bajhang||Seti|
|3.||Radsha Urai Peak||6593M||Bajhang||Seti|
|4.||Surma-Sarovar, North Peak||6523M||Bajhang||Seti|
|6.||Api west Himal||7100M||Darchula||Mahakali|
|8.||Saipal, East Himal||6882M||Darchula||Mahakali|
|9.||Jethi Bahurani Himal||6850M||Darchula||Mahakali|
|12.||Nampa, South Peak||6580M||Darchula||Mahakali|
|17.||Mt. Khiuri Khala||5806M||Bajhang||Seti|
|18.||Mt. Nampa II||6700M||Bajhang & Darchula||Mahakali/Seti|
|19.||Mt. Nampa III||6618M||Bajhang & Darchula||Mahakali/Seti|
|20.||Mt. Yokopahar-(Nampa 7 )||6401M||Bajhang & Darchula||Mahakali/Seti|
Note: All peaks with the altitude ranging below 6500 meters including new and old ones do not require Liaison Officer with effect from upcoming spring season.
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