‘A premier country for all types of adventure from smaller peaks to high mountains’
Mountaineering Expedition and Peak Climbing in Nepal, the world's foremost country for all types of adventure activities. From smaller below and above 6,000 m trekking peaks to major mountaineering expeditions from 6, 700 m to 8, 000 m mountains. Nepal offers the best climbing experience for all interested people from beginners to expert professional climbers.
Peak Climbing in Nepal
Nepal, with a wide range of trekking peaks from above 5, 500 to 6, 500 m high, for adventurous and interested travelers. Who are very keen on adrenaline and breathe taking adventure; all trekking peaks, led by expert climbing guides and professional mountaineers. Where one can reach the summit of various trekking peaks of Nepal, using proper equipment as per the challenge and technical skills.
As per your time and duration for the climb in Nepal trekking peaks with various options of peaks to choose from.
Where all Trekking Peaks are controlled by NMA (Nepal Mountaineering Association), where climbers need to obtain climbing permits of US$ 500 in a group of a maximum of 7 climbers.
Additional US$ 100 exceeding a maximum number of 12 climbers in a group. Includes Garbage Deposit of US$ 250 for all group of climbers, which is refundable at the end of the climb.
Nepal offers more than 50 trekking peaks, the most popular are Island (6,189 m), Mera (6,476 m), and Lobuche East (6,119 m) around the Everest region. Similarly, The Annapurna region provides all Chulu’s with Pisang peaks (6,091 m) within Manang valley, within Annapurna Sanctuary Tent peak/ Tharpu Chuli (5,663 m), Mardi Himal (5,587 m). Includes Annapurna South with Hui-Chuli (6,441 m), all above 6, 000 m with Mardi Himal of below 6,000 m.
Langtang Himal region with Yala Peak (5732 m), Naya-Kang (5122 m), or Ganja-La Chuli and Langshisa-Ri (6,427 m), the list of trekking peaks extends from Nepal Far west to Eastern Himalayas.
Mountaineering Expeditions in Nepal
Nepal, a proud country with the world’s 8th tallest peaks to name as follows
Mt. Everest (8848.86), Mt. Kanchenjunga (8,586 m), Mt. Lhotse (8,516 m), Mt. Makalu (8481 m), Mt. Cho-Oyu (8188 m), Mt. Dhaulagiri (8167 m), Mt. Manaslu (8163 m) and Mt. Annapurna-I (8091 m).
Apart from 8,000 m peaks, Nepal offers a wide range of mountaineering expeditions above 6, 600 m to 7, 000 meters peaks.
The cost of royalty differs from above 6, 600 m to 7, 000 meters and 8,000 m peaks, where Mt. Everest one of the most popular for mountaineers to reach on top of the world. Besides the world's highest peaks, Nepal offers many mountains below 8,000 m provide adrenaline and technical challenges to reach its summit top.