The institute was next to the mountaineer museum, it has all the equipment used for trekking and mountaineering. There are lots of pictures and statues made to understand the field better.
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The institute was established with Mr. Tenzing Norgay, with the objective of imparting the knowledge of the explorers who climbed Everest.
...where you can learn different information and history of mountain climbing. The beauty of nature is also worth watching over there.
A very well designed place giving interesting information regarding the mountain climbing as well as history of first ever Everest Victory.
Interesting museum, if you are interested in the first mountaineers and sherpas that conquered the huge Himalayan range. Especially if you want to know something more about the famous Edmund Hillary and his the local sherpa Tenzing Norgay. The content of the museum is ok,...More
we visited this place as part of the zoo. Museum is mainly the only place to visit and its really good if you are interested in mountaineering , i am frankly no fan of mountaineering but it was enjoyable. you get illustrations of mountains, hiking...More
One of the first mountaineering institutes of the country.The learning center for all budding adventurers is holy grail for students.Mr.Tenzing Norgay Who was the first to summit Mt.Everest with Sir Edmund Hillary was the institute's very first principal.
If you anything about mountaineering or if you want to know, this is the place to be. Clean area and one can understand more about the challenges and techniques. definitely worth a visit.
.bestest best...Himalayan Mountaineering Institute was built as a tribute to Tenzing sherpa.so that he could impart his skills to all those who pursued climbing activities in the Himalayas.