Peak Climbing in Nepal

Nepal is known as a mountainous country having 1310 Himalayan peaks over 5000m including 8 out of 14 highest peaks in the world. There are currently 326 peaks open for climbing including 20 royalty free peaks. People from all over the world come to Nepal for mountaineering, trekking, and expedition.

Peak Climbing in Nepal is one of the most popular adventure activities for the adventure lover. The most popular trekking peaks in Nepal are island peak, Mera peak, Lobuche east and west peak, Tawache peak, Kwangde peak, Cho la peak, Cholatse peak, Pokalde peak, Nayanka peak, Pisang peak, Dhampus peak and so on.

Peak Climbing in Nepal is yet another major attraction since Nepal opened its doors to its visitors in 1950s. Mountaineering can be range from climbing the biggest peak of the world to climbing lower peaks. For Peak Climbing in Nepal, you do not need experience however you should be mentally and physically prepared for adventurous climbing.

For peak climbing, climbers are required to follow the rules and regulation formulated by the Nepal mountaineering association. Every climber needs to obtain permits, which is issued by the ministry of tourism& civil aviation for 135 peaks known as mountaineering peaks and by the Nepal mountaineering association for 32 smaller peaks, known as trekking peaks with an experienced climbing guide and should go through only registered trekking companies of Nepal.

Nepal mountaineering association have made the rule to deposit a certain amount to the concerned authority as garbage management deposit fund which is refundable only after the declaration of completion of garbage management properly. In case of failing to return or destroy the garbage, the authority is not going to refund the deposit. There are best four mountaineering seasons spring (March-May), summer (June-August), autumn (September-November) and winter (December-February). Climbing peaks have been divided into 3 categories: A, B, and C.

Trekking planner with years of experience has been organizing Peak Climbing in Nepal. We provide all possible help and guidelines regarding peak climbing. As an active member of Nepal mountaineering association, we provide the peaks permit for the climbers. We also make customized package and itinerary for individuals or group. We’ll help you with your travel arrangement to make your trip enjoyable.

Peak Climbing in Nepal Packages

Pisang Peak

Pisang Peak standing at the majestic height of 6091m is located in the north of Manang valley which passes through the famous

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Thorong Peak

This is one of the rewarding and technically difficult peaks climbing in Annapurna area. This Peak Climbing is the good combination of

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Naya Kanga Peak Climbing

Naya Kanga peak climbing is popular for one of the best trek & expedition to visit with calm and scenic mountains as

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Lobuche Peak

Lobuche peak climbing is an adventurous and exciting trekking peak climbing that let you explore the high snowy places of Khumbu region.

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Yala Peak

Yala peak (5732m) is situated in the north of Kathmandu in beautiful Langtang region. It is one of the easier trekking peaks

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Dhampus Peak

Dhampus peak (6012m) situated in the northeast of the giant Dhaulagiri massif. It is one of the most popular Trekking Peak in

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Island Peak

It is most popular climbed a peak in Everest region. This mountain was named “Island Peak” in 1952 AD, by a climbing

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Mera Peak

Mera Peak lies to the south of Everest and northeast to Lukla within the relatively inhabited Hinku and Honga valley. It is

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Tharpu Chuli

Tharpu Chuli popular known as tent peak is situated in the heart of Annapurna range and lies south of the Annapurna base

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Chulu East Peak Climbing

Generally, there are two Chulu peaks Chulu west peak and Chulu east peak with its wonderful panorama of embracing the Annapurna Himalayan

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