Peak Climbing in Nepal

Peak Climbing in Nepal a total of 33 peaks of up to 6600 meters altitude, have been chosen as trekking peaks. Known as the Himalayan Kingdom, Nepal has 1310 mountains (the major part of the Mountain range.) which are over 5648 meters to 8848m above sea level. This makes our country very well-liked for mountaineers. The title may suggest that these peaks are effortless to attempt than expedition peaks but this is not inescapably true. Some, in fact, are strictly very demanding and have thwarted the efforts of some highly informed mountaineers. We shall eagerly send you the rules and scheme of the Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA) upon appeal. If you are interested venture into the snow and ice regions of the high Himalayas, please contact us for details information provide as soon as possible. Since 1978, the Nepal Mountaineering Association has had the authorities to issue climbing permits for peaks. Climbing is a delightful dream for many mountain climbers in Nepal, as peak climbing, first, became well-liked in Nepal when Mt. Everest was scale by Late Tenzing Norgey and Sir Edmond Hillary in 1953. The manage of these peaks has been entrust to the NMA who issue permits under the rule and regulation of Pea Climbing in Nepal. Our climbing team to the support to climbing is the height of the world that we offer to our clientele. Support of any kind of trekking peak and get authorization, provide help staffs with high elevation helper and porters.


Following are Different Peak Climbing in Nepal

  • Island Peak Climbing
  • Mera Peak Climbing
  • Singu Chuli Peak Climbing
  • Naya Kanga Peak Climbing
  • Yala Peak Climbing
  • Tent Peak Climbing
  • Pisang Peak Climbing
  • Thapa Peak Climbing
  • Thorong Peak Climbing
  • Lobuche Peak Climbing