Peak Climbing in Nepal, Climbing the Highest Peaks of World

A thirst of peak climbers never gets fulfilled until the climbing reach to the highest peak of the world – Mt Everest. Blessed with splendid beauty, Nepal is home to other towering peaks like Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Makalu, Mt. Manaslu, Mt. Kanchenjunga, Mt. GauriShanker, Langtang Himal, Ganesh Himal, Mt. Annapurna, Mt. Macchapucchre and many more. The dream of adventures lover meets with Peak Climbing in Nepal. The uncountable number of Himalayan peaks on the vicinity of highest mountain of the world has been always the great attraction for peak climbers.
For the adventurous mind, Nepal supplements an immense opportunity to tackle a high Himalayan. Peak climbing in Nepal Himalayas is often a dream for many climbers. With world’s most of high mountains and more than 1300 snow capped peaks, 33 of Nepal’s peaks have been designated as ‘Trekking Peaks’. Although these peaks are lower than their neighboring peaks with their height- many of the climbs are no less demanding and adventurous in nature. By Himalayan standards these are considered minor peaks, still it possess risk for the first time climbers.

Peak Climbing in Nepal Highlights

The peak climbing in Nepal is easily possible after the payment of peak fee along with the permission. Of course, the organized trek is equally important. There are 18 trekking peaks ranging from 5600m. Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA) has the authority to issue permits for peak climbing of small scaled peaks, since 1978. Several alpine peaks are also open for climbing under NMA (Nepal Mountaineering Association).The climbing of these peaks are controlled under the rules & regulations conducted by the association.Including the trekking peaks, one quarter of 1310 identified peaks above 600 meters are officially opened for mountaineering activities. Some of them are ISLAND, MERA, EVEREST HIGH PASSES AND PEAKS, ISLAND PEAK GROUP JOINING AT BASE CAMP, LOBUCHEEAST, TENT, CHULU WEST, YALA peak climbing. Before scaling the 8000-meter peaks, climbing these peaks can be next step beyond simply trekking.
There is no doubt that peak climbing in Nepal offers the best adventure trekking and expedition experience to adventurous lovers. The journey depends on the quality of your guide and the experience and the arrangements of the trekking company for a climbing trip to end successfully. Climbing peaks sometimes be dangerous as they are technical. Still some peaks can be easily climbed up.

It’s easier when you are supervised and instructed by professional climbing guides.
Get thrill along with the trekking journey to the apex touching mountains. You get lively only when your dreams acquainted with the reality.The magnificence of wild and cold mountains that unfolds right before your eyes with the feeling of winning your dreams add more energies besides the struggles that you go through climbing up the ropes.

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Imjatse (Island Peak 6189m) Trek & Climbing

For the classic Everest view, a unique trek into the high valleys of the Khumbu, first ascending Kala Pattar. For commanding views of the beautiful glistening ice flutings between AmaDablam

Mera Peak Climbing (6654m)

At 6654m, Mera Peak Climbing is not particularly difficult technically, but there is the altitude to contend with which makes this an exciting and challenging trip. We fly to Tumlingtar and trek in to the Hinku Valley over

Pisang Peak Trek (6091 M.)

This Pisang Peak Trek is one of the classic and most rewarding treks in Nepal. The Southern slopes of Manaslu and, Annapurna ranges are heavily settled and farmed except the higher regions that support thick forests of

Singu Chuli Fluted Peak Climbing 6501M

This Singu Chuli Fluted Peak Climbing is situated in the Annapurna Sanctuary and is adjoined to TharpuChuli and across Hiunchuli peaks. For this peak, we will walk up to the

Tharpu Chuli Tent Peak Climbing

Other major highlight of the Tharpu Chuli Tent Peak Climbing is an exclusive exploration of Annapurna sanctuary. The summit of Tent peak offers a stunning 360 degrees panoramic view of the