Peak Climbing in Nepal offers a chance to climb a Himalayan summit and a taste of being in the “white wilderness” without burning a big home in your pocket. The “Trekking Peaks” of Nepal gives hobby-climbers an opportunity to tackle high altitude Himalayan peaks without having to organize a major expedition. Although these peaks are lower than their more famous cousins – the 8000-meter peaks – many of the climbs are no less demanding and adventurous in nature.
Most of the peak climbing can be completed within a short period of time. For instance, Naya Khang & Yala Peak in Langtang valley can be completed in less than twenty days with plenty of time allocated for acclimatization.
Whereas on the Pisang & Chulu trip, you can ‘bag’ two summits in under one month with an itinerary that also takes you on the famous Annapurna Circuit trek.
In the Everest region the popular peaks are Mera Peak in remote Hinku Valley, Island Peak, Khongm-tse, and Lobuche peaks near the Everest Base Camp area.
Most of the Nepal peak climbing requires little or no previous mountaineering experience, it is essential that participants are in excellent physical & mental condition and have some outdoor background. Our Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA) trained climbing Sherpa/guide will also teach you the basics of handling ropes and other climbing devices including safety considerations. Each of our climbing guides is local lads who are intimately familiar with the mountains and routes they guide on.
Join one of our Peak climbing and treks to experience the pains and joys of climbing in the high Himalayas, a privilege that once was reserved only for the fabled ‘Himalayan expedition climbers.