Peak Climbing in Nepal

Peak Climbing in NepalThe core of this great mountain range is the Nepal Himalaya. It stretches about 800 km east and 150-200 km north to south and has eight peaks of 8,000 meters or more, including Mount Everest, the highest peak in the world.

Mountaineering in Nepal Himalaya began in 1950, when Nepal opened its borders. First, the climbers competed to achieve the first ascents of great peaks and then moved on to challenge variation climbs of difficult grades. Now, they live in the day of no-oxygen climbs and winter climbs. The climbing of these peaks are controlled under the rules and regulations formulated by this Association. To climb this beautiful but challenging trekking peak one should need a permit and experienced climbing guide and should go through the registered trekking companies of Nepal. It is true that the previous experience is not necessary to climb the Trekking Peak. However, you must be prepared mentally as well as physically for this adventurous expedition.

Peak climbing in Nepal Himalayas is a dream for many climbers. With world's most of high mountains and more than 1300 snow capped peaks, Nepal is justifiably the most popular destination for mountaineering expeditions. After the first ascent on Everest in 1953, people knew more about amazing climbing opportunities in Nepal.

The peaks we are talking about are not Everest , Cho Oyu or the Manaslu, but peaks with lower height and easier climbing.Often these peaks are referred as "trekking peaks of Nepal" by some western writers as most of them can be combined to your trek to Everest , Annapurna or Langtang region. However "trekking peaks of Nepal" is a misguiding and romantic phrase. Almost all these peaks are higher than the highest mountains in Europe, US or Africa. Some of them do require technical climbing skill and only a professional climbers should attempt. However some others can be climbed by first timers with good fitness and basic climbing skills. A lot depends on the quality of your guide and the experience and the arrangements of the trekking company for a climbing trip to end successfully.We believe we have both.We use only the trained and qualified climbing guides (mostly Sherpas) who have previous climbing experience on that particular mountain. We do not prefer to remove acclimatization days to compress the itinerary nor we compromise on the service staffs just to reduce the costs.Without compromising the basics , we always try to provide our trips at most reasonnable costs possible.We work together with you to plan your climbing trip and realize your dream to be atop a Himalayan peak. Most of these climbing trips take you through wild and virgin alpine regions, out of reach of regular trekkers and which will be a true bliss for you.As mentioned above , peak climbing in Nepal is associated with trekking to the region of that particular peak and has a dual benefit. These Trekking Peak climbing trips offer a chance to climb a Himalayan summit and, a taste of being in the `white wilderness,' without burning a big home in your pocket!The Trekking Peak climbing trips we offer are run in the popular trekking areas with relatively easy access to the mountains. Most of these trips can be completed within a short period of time. For instance Naya Khang in the Langtang valley can be completed in less than twenty days with plenty of time allocated for acclimatization.

Whereas on the Pisang & Chulu trip, you can 'bag' two summits in under one month with an itinerary that also takes you on the famous Annapurna Circuit trek. In the Everest region the popular peaks are Mera Peak in the remote Hinku Valley, Island Peak, Khongm-tse, and Lobuche peaks near the Everest Base Camp area. In Nepal, peak climbing is controlled and managed by Nepal mountaineering association (NMA). As a member company of NMA , we are authorized to obtain climbing permit and operate the climbing expeditions for our clients.