Peak Climbing

Known as the Himalayan Kingdom, Nepal has 1310 mountains (the major portion of the Mountain range.) which are over 5500 meters (18,090 ft) to 8848m (29,028ft) above sea level.

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Peak Climbing is best sports in Nepal. Nepal has 1310 mountains several of which are over 5500 meters. The highest mountain in the world, the Mount Everest also lies in the country. Nepal is the best place for mountaineers of all kinds: from those looking for easy treks to the ones interested in mountaineering expeditions. Peak Climbing is best sports in Nepal.

There are 33 minor peaks in Nepal that are open for Alpine climbing. These are monitored and regulated by Nepal Mountaineering Association. You will have to fill applications before you can go for climbing. These peaks are easier than the severe expedition trips, however you will be required to have snow and ice climbing skills. Our experienced guides will accompany and assist you during the climb. You should mainly be concerned about acclimatization as in lack of practice, you may be stricken by altitude sickness. We specifically provide guides who have experience in climbing the particular mountain and are familiar with the routes places to stay during the trip.



Photo - Yala Peak

Yala Peak

Duration: 21 days

Photo - Mera Peak

Mera Peak

Duration: 20 days

Photo - Chulu East Peak

Chulu East Peak

Duration: 23 days

Photo - Lobuche Peak

Lobuche Peak

Duration: 20 days

Photo - Island Peak

Island Peak

Duration: 18 days