Hudhud Cyclone Arrived Snowstorms Killed Many Adventurers in Nepal Himalaya !!!


Tilicho Lake

Tilicho Lake

Wikipedia states that the strongest tropical cyclone of 2014 within the North Indian Ocean, as well as the most destructive tropical cyclone to ever hit India. Due to India’s in advance preparation, she victimized comparatively less as predicted than in Nepal Himalayan destinations.

The cyclone system soon drifted northwards towards Nepal Himalayas through Uttar Pradesh which causes widespread rains in lower elevations in Terai region and lower hilly regions. The effect terminate more disastrous in high Himalayan destinations for local people, trekking porters guides including adventure holiday makers from various countries from the globe.

According to The Guardian’s website The search for trekkers missing after blizzards swept through Nepal resumed on Thursday as the death toll from the extreme weather reached at least 20 peple, including eight foreign hikers. (http://www.theguardian.com/world/2014/oct/15/himalayan-snowstorm-nepal-mustang-district).

Times of Israel informed that Dozens of Israeli trekkers stranded by avalanches and snowstorms which killed at least 29 people – including three Israelis – in the Himalayas this week will be airlifted from the mountainous region of Annapurna on Saturday, Israeli officials said, as preparations were also underway to fly several wounded Israelis from Nepal’s capital of Kathmandu to Israel.(http://www.timesofisrael.com/dozens-of-israelis-to-be-airlifted-from-himalaya-disaster-zone/)

Radio Australia published in her website updating news on 19th October (15:06 AEST) sourcing officials that “Officials say all stranded Himalayan trekkers are safe, four days after a snowstorm killed more than 30 people.”

We, the team of Eco-friendly Treks & Expedition pay hearty condolence to all death from all over the world, Nepali helpers (porters and guide) including local people from this disaster. We also thank to Nepal Army rescue team for their significant contribution to save many troubled people in the Himalaya by rescuing on time with limit resources.