Happiness while Break Virginity of Galjen Peak
– Nepalayatimes Team
Kathmandu – The Team, who scale Galjen peak, has shared their Successful experience, documentary, and daily itinerary in a press conference by the Trekking Agencies Association (Tan) on Tuesday.
Team leader Maya Gurung, Milan Tamang, Sharmila Thapa included guides Tulsingh Gurung, Nar Bahadur Asthahi, Aas Bahadur Gurung and Samir Gurung had scaled peak on April 9 within the 12th day of the journey from Kathmandu informed Gurung.
The leader Maya Gurung, who climbed Jugal Himal (Galjen Peak) for the first time, had said that it was like heaven. ‘The local said that it was like paradise, yes, I felt like this’ she said. I have ascended Sagarmatha and other mountains. But Jugal had a special experience she added.
Galjen Peak of Jugal Mountain is one hundred and forty-five kilometers from federal capital Kathmandu in Jugal rural municipality of Sindhupalchok. It can also be promoted as a new tourism product in the scenario on Visit Nepal Year 2020.
The Jugal and Langtang Himalayan range in Sindhupulchok district have 26 mountains above 6 thousand meters. There are only 11 high mountains in the Jugal Himalayan range. Some of those mountains have not yet been opened to ascent.
Ministry of Industry, Tourism Forest and Environment of Province 3 and Jugal Rural Municipality have supported to the accomplished summit. The state government has provided 4 million grants to Sindhu Tourism council and 5.4 million has been expenditure said Milan Tamang.
In this program, Trekking Agencies Association of Nepal (TAAN) chairman Nabaraj Dahal said Galjen peak summit has succeeded with huge collective courage of the whole team, it will be a new destination for mountaineering. Entrepreneurs can make a package for Jugal.
Parliament member of province 3, Nima Lama said that if Peak is near to Kathmandu, it will be new products helpful in tourism. Tourism is a major base of prosperity and poverty alleviation in the country.
The government has opened permission to climb Jugal Mountain in 2014, but nobody takes permission from the Tourism Department up to 5 years.