Nepal issued a stamp on 04 Sep 2007 to commemorate 100 Years of Scouting. The stamp design shows Lord Baden Powell -Founder of World Scouting and the Baden Powell Scout Peak in Nepal which is 5890 metre high .It was earlier known as Urkema Peak in Himalayas.
The Year 2017 was celebrated as International Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development. Pakistan issued a set of Four stamps on Mountains to mark this event. The stamps were issued on 01 Jan 2017 on the following mountain peaks.
Broad Peak – 12th Highest Mountain Peak In the world at 8051m in Karakoram Himalayas.
Gasherbrum-1- Remote peaks in Baltoro glacier region of Karakoram at 8080m
Nangaparbat – Also known as Diamer locally is the ninth highest peak in the World at 8126m and located in Diamer district of Pakistan’s Gilgit Baltistan region.
K2- Also known Mount Godwin – Austen or Chhogori is the second highest mountain peak in the World at 8611m located in Karakoram Range.