Peak Climbing & Expeditions

Peak climbing in Nepal is a popular activity for adventure seekers and mountaineers from around the world. Mountain peaks up to 6500m are considered peak climbing in Nepal. Nepal Mountaineering Associations (NMA) is the authorized body to issue peak climbing permits, maintaining route and safety peak climbing in Nepal.

Peak climbing in Nepal has many peaks to choose from, varying in difficulty and different mountain regions. Island Peak, Mera Peak, Lobuche Peak, Kyajo Ri Peak, Pisang Peak etc. are major peaks to climb at your peak climbing excursion in Nepal. Peak climbing in Nepal typically involves a combination of trekking and short duration climbing a mountain. Depending on which peak you will climb, and the region, you will usually trek for a week, then two or three days of climbing a mountain, and trek back. 

It is important to be in excellent physical shape, have proper gear and equipment, and choose a reputable company in Nepal, and be aware of the risks associated with climbing in high altitudes. With right preparation and guidance, peak climbing in Nepal can be truly an unforgettable mountain climbing experience.

 

Peak Climbing & Expeditions

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