Peak Climbing in Nepal

Peak Climbing in Nepal

Nepal, being a mountainous country, is well-known for mountaineering, expedition and peak climbing throughout the world because of holding eight out of fourteen highest peaks in the world. No doubt, Nepal has been the focus of outstanding achievements in the world of mountaineering. Nepal Himalaya has always remained a source of fascination and inspiration for people from all walks of life in the world.
Nepal, being situated in the centre of the Himalayan range, it boasts altogether eight peaks that exceed 8000m including Everest, the world's highest peak. Nepal has a junction of 1310 magnificent peaks over 6,000m. The dauntless icy peaks have posed as challenge to those who dare since many decades back. The government of Nepal has opened so far 326 peaks for mountaineering. In the last two years, the government has opened around 175 peaks to mark the Mount Everest Golden Jubilee Celebrations. Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA) is given the authority of issuing peak climbing certificates in all seasons to the climbers in association with Mountaineering Section of the Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation (MoCTCA).

Chulu East Peak Climbing

Chulu East Peak ClimbingMount Chulu East (6,584M.) was first ascended in 1955 by a German expedition via the northeast ridge. It forms an integral part of  Manang Himal combining both the peaks, Chulu East and Chulu West, which ultimately combined with Damodar Himal.

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Pisang Peak Climbing

Pisang Peak ClimbingPisang Peak (6092 m.) is considered as one of the easier climbing peaks among the trekking peaks of Nepal. The Pisang Peak has majestically stood up above the village of Pisang and has formed the shape of pyramid in the summit. Our trekking starts from Besisahar in the Valley of the Marsyangdi River. One can enjoy the diverse flora & fauna along the trail until reaching the majestic peak of Mt. Manaslu and Lamjung Himal.

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Mera Peak Climbing

Mera Peak ClimbingSituated at an altitude of 21,825 ft. above the sea level, Mera Peak is the highest of all Nepal's official trekking peaks. The peak is located in the Hinku Valley. It is a challenging and thrilling task even for the adventurers to climb Mera's summit, however the views on the way up are truly spectacular! No doubt, the fun begins early on the journey -- long before we reach Mera Peak, and this is the ideal time for adventure and discovery.

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Island Peak Climbing (Imja Tse)

Island Peak Climbing (Imja Tse)A magnificent circuit of the Everest region with a challenging ascent of Island Peak (6189mt.) is a wonderful trek that takes us first of all into the heart of the Khumbu as we follow in the footsteps of the great Everest climbers through Namche Bazaar towards Everest Base Camp. An ascent of Kalapatthar (5545m) is a good acclimatization and that gives us magnificent close-up views of Everest.

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Lobuche East Peak Climbing

Lobuche East Peak ClimbingLobuche East (6,119mt.) and Lobuche West (6,145mt.) are popularly known as ‘Lhauche’ among the Locals. This majestic summit rises above the town of Lhauche which is just a few kilometer away from the Mt. Everest. Lobuche consists of two different summits, east and west with the height of 6119m and 6145m respectively. An unremitting rim holds them together; however there is a distinct gap and a considerable distance between these two summits.

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Naya Kanga (Ganja La Chuli) Peak

Naya Kanga (Ganja La Chuli) PeakNaya Kanga (5,844m), formerly known as Ganja La Chuli lies in the lap of the most perfect alpine landscape in the world, the Langtang region. Regarded as the second largest national park in Nepal, Langtang National Park has healthy forests of rhododendron, fir, blue and chir pine and birch. The wildlife in the park includes leopard, musk deer, Himalayan black bear, rhesus and langur monkeys and the endangered red panda.

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Ramdung Peak Climbing

Ramdung Peak ClimbingRamdung (5930m) peak is situated to the south of Na in the upper Rolwaling area. It is also called Ramdung Go. The peaks in the area were first explored by Scottish Himalayan Expedition led by Bill Murray in 1952. The team climbed three of the peaks Yalung Ri (5,630m/18,471ft), Chhugyima Go (6,259m/20,534ft), and Ramdung at a time.

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