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The General objective is to know and understand the impacts of climate change in trekking tourism.

Specific Objectives
1)To elaborate the impact of climate change in environmental resources.

2) To study their level of center addition to their interest in climate change adjustment and mitigation

3)To study the effect of less snow in a Mountain area and direct impact on tourism sector. 

Literature review
Nepal is landlocked country surrounded by India in east, west and southern side and the Tibetan region of china on the northern side. The northern border of Nepal is home for 8 out of 10 highest mountain peaks in the World. Along with different other heritages of Nepal, its cold weather is also the strong attraction. Mountain contain large number of ice which are huge reservoirs of freshwater in frozen form which maintain a perennial flow of the major rivers of Nepal and also the Ganges in India (Shrestha and Aryal, 2011). As a result, changes in the hydrology of Nepalese streams because of deglaciation could have territorial outcomes for water asset accessibility.

According to Sharma, 2011, Environmental change is as of now an advancement reality in South Asia. Climate  strategies in South Asia should be customized to particular dangers and nation advancement needs, interest in information, concentrate on poor people, elevating provincial participation to address regular dangers. This calls for composed answers for mutually address shared issues. There is a high likelihood that the least-developed countries (LDCs) and individuals already’s identity the most helpless will be lopsidedly influenced. The issue is far reaching from neighborhood towns to the urban focuses. The people living in highland of Nepal(Khumbu area in Everest region) say that they are facing problem and effect like; drought, loss of productivity, not favorable weather conditions etc. . Besides these, they have also a fear about the extreme events like erosion, GLOFs (Glacier Lakes Outburst Floods) etc. Because of the delicate mountain geology and the underprivileged financial conditions, the indigenous individuals of this locale are more powerless against the natural dangers. Nepal’s geography makes it more powerless than most nations to the negative effects
of environmental change. The patterns of political insecurity, advancement disappointment, poor administration and debasement are powering the atmosphere emergency in Nepal. The impacts of environmental change in Nepal is going out of its boundaries. Sharma, 2011 likewise asserted that Political basic leadership in Nepal is distinctively unified in the capital Kathmandu with a best down approach. This has been faulted as the reason for backwardness  and yet bilateral and multilateral agencies continue to support such structure.

According to Burki et al 2003, the global temperature has risen about 0.6 – 1°C over last 100 years. The end of nineties were the warmest over last centuries and there is a high possibility of increasing global temperature in future. In the same way Mountain area are sensitive to climate change. Climate is only one of many factors influencing snow tourism, whenever there is a less snow in the mountain area the big problem arises in the winter tourism industry. This study also metaphor having no snow in mountain with like having summer without sea. The tourism industry gets into troubled because of not snowing and profit is scarcely possible. The greatest mountain lies in Nepal and in the same way, the natural beauty is also the attraction of it having, all said that there is a problem in the ground level of Nepalese political system. The mountain and the natural heritage lies in the rural part of the country and the development level is very less, The consideration of government is less and thus absence of viable administration, Transparency help alongside the low quality of correspondence of improvement offices and association with the rural people.(Sharma, 2011).

The impact of climate change affected the tourism mostly in the same way as the rapid reduction in glacier has great future implication for downstream water resources. Continuous variation in climate change also leads to the shortage of water, impact on river flow, natural disaster and affect the water ecosystem. (Eriksson et al 2009). In the same way they mention that, the atmosphere in Himalaya show extraordinary atmosphere fluctuation. The Mountain goes about as a boundary to barometrical Circulation for both the mid-year storm and winter westerlies. Both summer and Winter overwhelms the atmosphere. According to Sunlu, 2003 when the level of visitors increase than the environmental ability it can lead to potential threat to many natural areas around the world. It can also increase the pollution, impact on soil erosion, discharges into the sea. In the same way, it may also lead to increase in pollution the water resources too.

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