Peak Climbing in Nepal

Nepal has been always loved by professionals as well as beginners climbers from all over the world to fulfill their dream of climbing peaks and stepping on to some of the tallest mountains of the world. Nepal is home to 8 mountains above 8,000 meters and 1,310 peaks above 6,000 meters making it a loved climbing destination.

Climbing peaks above 6,000 meters can be a perfect way to begin your Himalayan Journey. Before stepping on to big mountains like Mt. Everest, Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Annapurna and many others, climbers should first climb a 6,000 meters peak to see how your body reacts.

Peaks of Nepal can also be a productive basic mountaineering course to people who are new in the climbing world but want to achieve new heights. During your climb of these peaks you will learn to use equipment such as ice axe, harness, descender, crampons, from our experienced climbing guides and sherpas.

In Nepal, you will find numerous peaks with different levels of difficulties no matter the altitude. Island Peak (6,189m), Mera Peak (6,461m), Lobuche (6,119m), Yala Peak (5,550m) are some of the common trekking peaks that people summit as a starters and are regarded comparatively easy peaks to conquer.

Along with these peaks Ama Dablam (6,812m), Kwangde (6,187m), Kusum Kangru (6,367m) are some of other 6,000 meters peak which are well known amongst the climbers as technical peaks with difficult terrain and very few people reach the summit of these peaks.