Nepal Climbing

Nepal is always best for outdoors an activity that’s Nepal offers various ultimate adventure that’s peak climbing also one of them. Nepal is part of Himalayan countries with having uncountable snow-capped peaks from 5,000 metres to 8,848 metres but between 5,587 to 6,654 metres 33 peaks are identified trekking peaks in Nepal operate under Nepal Mountain associations. Simply climbing snow-capped peak is beyond the trekking with using basic climbing equipment like ice axes, climbing boots, crampons and ropes with under the guidance, instruction from our professional climbing guides. Our climbing guide is government approved guide and done training under the Nepal mountain association.


Lobuche Peak Climbing

Lobuche peak has two name east and far-east, both of them are comparatively similar height only different by 26 m and both of then setting on triangular ridge. The physical demanding peak pronouns Lobuje as well and set on Khumbu valley. Lobuche peak is a bold adventure

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Island Peak with Everest Base Camp

Island peak with height of 6,192 m, which lies at Khumbu Himalayan range end of Lhotse shar, most climbing trekking peak in Everest region can do along with the Everest base camp trek or Everest high passes trek

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Yala Peak Climbing

Yala peak (5,520 m/18,110 Ft), easiest trekking peak among other trekking peak in Nepal. It is lies north of Kathmandu valley at midst of Langtang Himalayan range just right above the Kyanjin Gompa.

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Mera Peak Climbing

Mera Peak (6,465 m/21,205 Ft), the uppermost trekking peak situated at edge of Sagarmatha national park in west of Lukla. Mera peak trekking and climbing journey start either from Lulka or Salleri/Phaplu base on your vacation.

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Pisang Peak Climbing

6,091-m/19,984 Ft heights Pisang peak lying above the beautiful pisang village in Annapurna conservation area, Manang Nepal. Adventurous Pisang peak is well-known trekking peak in Nepal, any physically fitness traveler can ascend by using complete ordinary climbing gear with lead by Sherpa climbing guide.

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