Village Above The World

These villagers really do live the HIGH LIFE because the view from their front doors is right above the clouds. At a height of 2,195 metres – or 7,200 feet – the Nepalese inhabitants of Nagarkot in the Himalayas can count Mount Everest among their nearest neighbours. A hardy population of 3,500 people carve out an existance on the slopes of the steep mountains farming for centuries with traditional terraces to stop crops sliding away.

These villagers really do live the HIGH LIFE because the view from their front doors is right above the clouds. At a height of 2,195 metres - or 7,200 feet - the Nepalese inhabitants of Nagarkot in the Himalayas can count Mount Everest among their nearest neighbours. A hardy population of 3,500 people carve out an existance on the slopes of the steep mountains farming for centuries with traditional terraces to stop crops sliding away.

These villagers really do live the HIGH LIFE because the view from their front doors is right above the clouds. At a height of 2,195 metres - or 7,200 feet - the Nepalese inhabitants of Nagarkot in the Himalayas can count Mount Everest among their nearest neighbours. A hardy population of 3,500 people carve out an existance on the slopes of the steep mountains farming for centuries with traditional terraces to stop crops sliding away.

These villagers really do live the HIGH LIFE because the view from their front doors is right above the clouds. At a height of 2,195 metres - or 7,200 feet - the Nepalese inhabitants of Nagarkot in the Himalayas can count Mount Everest among their nearest neighbours. A hardy population of 3,500 people carve out an existance on the slopes of the steep mountains farming for centuries with traditional terraces to stop crops sliding away.

These villagers really do live the HIGH LIFE because the view from their front doors is right above the clouds. At a height of 2,195 metres - or 7,200 feet - the Nepalese inhabitants of Nagarkot in the Himalayas can count Mount Everest among their nearest neighbours. A hardy population of 3,500 people carve out an existance on the slopes of the steep mountains farming for centuries with traditional terraces to stop crops sliding away.