Trekking Essay Examples

  • INDIA A BRIEF DESCRIPTION

    2378 words - 10 pages

    =========================================================================== INDIA A BRIEF DESCRIPTION =========================================================================== * Official Name : Republic of India * Capital : New Delhi * Nationality : Indian * Geographical Area (Sq. Km.) : 32,87,263 * Population (2001) : 1,02,87,37,436 Males : 53,22,23,090 Females : 49,65,14,346 * Pop. Density : 325 per sq. km. * Sex Ratio : 933 females per 1000 males * Literacy Rate (2001) : 64.8% Males : 75.2% Females : 53.7% * Total workers : 40,22,34,724

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    KING PRITHVI NARAYAN SHAHS SHORT BIOGRAPHY

    1049 words - 5 pages

    KING PRITHVI NARAYAN SHAH’S SHORT BIOGRAPHY “Prithvinarayan Shah was king at twenty, conqueror at forty-seven and father of his country by the time of his death at the age of fifty-three.” -Father Ludwig F Stiller in “The Rise of the House of Gorkha” The Principality of Gorkha The principality of Gorkha was founded by Drabya Shah, prince of Lamjung in 1559 (Acharya, 1967: 115). Northern boundary of Gorkha with Tibet was impassable Himalayas. Neighboring Lamjung and Tanahu to the West, Makwanpur and Kantipur to the South and East respectively, all were superior to her in terms of eco

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    Training At High Altitude

    1279 words - 6 pages

    Introduction Training at a high altitude has many different effects on the body. For most people, high altitude training is very beneficial and aids many of the top athletes in the world. Training at a high altitude consists of training between 1500 meters to 3500 meters above sea level. Very high altitude training consists of training anything above 5000 meters above sea level. Altitude training is frequently used by competitive endurance athletes in an attempt to improve sea-level athletic performance (Chapman, Stray-Gundersen, & Levine, 1998). In the United States, many professional

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    Beauty Within A Small Territory Of Nepal

    1143 words - 5 pages

    Beauty within small territory of Nepal Raju Aryal Why don’t you visit? Descriptive Essay Word count: 1100 11/05/08 If somebody is looking to travel abroad, I would recommend to them not to miss "the Himalayan Kingdom of Nepal". Most of the people o

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    Tourism In Nepal And It S Environmental Impact

    2558 words - 11 pages

    In 1989 my family an I moved to Nepal; in 1993 I had the extraordinary experience of visiting Namche Bazar in the Khumbu region of the country. I was too young to realize at the time, but it was the fortieth anniversary of Sir Edmund Hillary’s world renowned accent to the top of Mount Everest. This year would become a record for the mountaineering community in which 129 mountaineers made it to the summit. Since 1953 when Sir Edmund Hillary and his Sherpa Tenzing Norgay successfully reached the summit, there have been 3050 more like it by 2062 individuals, as well as 206 deaths as of 2005(Byers

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    Leh Ladakh

    2382 words - 10 pages

    http://www.leh-ladakh.com/ladakh-tourism.html http://www.holidayiq.com/destinations/Ladakh-Leh-Overview.html http://www.tripadvisor.in/Hotels-g297625-Leh_Ladakh_Jammu_and_Kashmir-Hotels.html the grand dragon ladakh-hotel Ladakh Travel Tips Best time to visit Ladakh Ladakh is open for tourist throughout the year, while the best period for tour and trek is from June to October. Most of the trekking routes are closed after November due to heavy snowfall at high passes except the Liker to Kahltsey (Sham) trek. The best period for Chadar trek is from January to Mid-March.  Travel Kit Clothi

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    Geography

    1471 words - 6 pages

    SAARC The South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) is an economic and political organization of eight countries in Southern Asia. In terms of population, its sphere of influence is the largest of any regional organization: almost 1.5 billion people, the combined population of its member states. In the late 1970s, Bangladesh President Ziaur Rahman proposed the creation of a trade bloc consisting of South Asian countries. The Bangladeshi proposal was accepted by India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka during a meeting held in Colombo in 1981. In August 1983, the leaders adopted the Declar

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    Morocco

    5891 words - 24 pages

    i like morocco it is filled with many exotic things. i like morocco it is filled with many exotic things. i like morocco it is filled with many exotic things. i like morocco it is filled with many exotic things. i like morocco it is filled with many exotic things. i like morocco it is filled with many exotic things. i like morocco it is filled with many exotic things. i like morocco it is filled with many exotic things. i like morocco it is filled with many exotic things. i like morocco it is filled with many exotic things. i like morocco it is filled with many exotic things. i like morocco it

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    Nepal

    4031 words - 17 pages

    NEPAL - Namche Bazaar The main purpose of this report is to introduce the idea of opening a new three star hotel, in Nepal, which is a landlocked country, located in Asia and is bordered by China and India. In order to assess whether the opening of a new hotel will be a success or not, some factors have to be evaluated. Firstly, we have to analyze whether the population of the region and the infrastructure supports such a business, we have to search how many tourists are visiting Nepal, and more specifically the region Namche Bazaar and what is the nationality of the majority of

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    Status Of Kiang

    7285 words - 30 pages

    Chapter 6 Status and Action Plan for the Kiang (Equus kiang) Nita Shah 6.1 Nomenclature and conservation status Scientific name: Equus kiang Moorcroft 1841 Equus kiang kiang Moorcroft 1841 Equus kiang holdereri Matschie 1911 Equus kiang polyodon Hodgson 1847 The kiang was considered to be a subspecies of the Equus hemionus, but recent molecular studies indicate that it is a distinct species (Ryder and Chemnick 1990). The kiangs are the largest of the Asiatic wild asses. The three subspecies of kiang have geographically distinct populations (Groves 1974) and their morphology is differen

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