All you need to know facts on where are the Himalayas located

The Himalayas Nepal

Where are the Himalayas located on a world map

The Himalaya is a best alpine beauty of the world. Great Himalayan range is the highest mountain system of the planet, highest peak of the world Mount Everest 8848 m also located in the Himalayas Nepal. It is a large chain of mountains that located on the continent of Asia expanded 5 different countries: Pakistan, China, Nepal, Bhutan and India.

Geological age of the Himalaya is approximately 70 million years which cover 0.4% of the space of earth. It is also the origin or source of world’s three important primary river systems: the Indus basin, the Yangtze basin and the Ganga Brahmaptura basin. Where are the Himalayas located on a world map

The Himalayas represents the awe inspiring power, beauty and grandeur of Nature, which constitutes the greatest attraction to adventurers, climbers and trekkers throughout the world. It is a magnificent monument on the Earth, it is characterized by its great height, complex geologic structure, highest peak snow-capped mountains, hidden valley, glaciers, deep river, gorges, and rich alpine vegetation.

Trans Himalayan range extends about 2,400 kilometres or 1,500 miles. in length and varying in width from 150 to 350 kilometers, is made up of three parallel ranges the greater , the Lesser , and the Outer Himalayas, collectively called the great Himalayan range.Nepal Himalayan range, which is about 800 km from east to west.

The great Himalayan range starts from Pamit Knot in northwest and end at Brahmaputra River George in the east. Averages snow line of the Himalayas is about 4,500 to 6,000 meters on the southern side and 5,500 to 6,000 on the northern side. Nepal Himalayas in one of the most popular trekking destination offer some of the craziest trekking adventures.

Most popular trekking trails of the Himalayas are listed below. The climate ranges from tropical at the base of the mountains to permanent ice and snow at the highest elevations. The amount of yearly rainfall increases from west to east along the southern front of the range.

This diversity of altitude, rainfall and soil conditions combined with the very high snow line supports a variety of distinct plant and animal communities. The peaks of the Himalayan Mountains offer a striking contrast to the lower surrounding terrain consisting of river valleys and basins, marsh and desert.

Where are the Himalayas located

Annapurna trekking                                                         Everest trekking
Manaslu trekking                                                               Langtang trekking
Makalu trekking                                                                 Kanchenjunga treks
Dolpo trekking                                                                    Rolwaling trekking
Island peak trek                                                                  Dhaulagiri trekking

Nepal Himalaya comprise the high altitude treks covered with rocks and ice, which provides great exploring opportunities in tourism in this way experience of trekking in Nepal amazing and challenging. The two walking expeditions which most of the trekkers go for are Annapurna circuit trek and Everest base camp trek.

Most of the people who aren’t aware of where Himalayas is and who assume that the Himalayas trekking is only for rough people, have changed their views regarding trekking. Trekking destinations of Nepal Himalaya are listed here.

Hiking in the Himalaya packages

Everest base camp trek                                Manaslu circuit trek
Poon hill trek                                                        Annapurna circuit trek
Annapurna base camp trek                        Kanchenjunga base camp trek
Jiri to Everest base camp trek                 Tamang heritage trek
Upper mustang trek                                       Lower dolpo trek
Nar phu valley trek                                         Upper dolpo trek
Renjo la pass trek                                             Cho la pass trek
Everest view trek                                           Gokyo lake trek
Langtang valley trek                                      Manaslu base camp trek
Makalu base camp trek                                Everest high pass trek
Mardi himal trek                                               Jomsom muktinath trek
Rolwaling valley trek                                     Langtang helambu trek
Helambu trek                                                      Pathibhara trek

Great Himalayas is the third largest deposit of ice and snow in the world, after Antarctica and the Arctic. There are approximately 15,000 glaciers located throughout the range. Largest glacier of Himalaya is Siachen glacier other notable glaciers are Baltoro, Khumbu, Nagzambu, Biafo, Nubra, and Hispur.

The Nepal Himalayan range comprises of about 250 peaks that has about 6,000m high. The Nepal Himalaya consists eight highest peaks which has an altitude more than 8000m know as Mt Everest (Sagarmatha / Chomolungma) 8,848m, Kanchenjunga 8,586m, Lhotse 8,516m, Makalu 8,485m, Cho Oyu 8,188m, Dhaulagiri I 8,167m, Manaslu 8,163m, Annapurna I. Himalaya foot hills and Himalayan countries are the paradise for adventure traveler, If you need more information write us.