Peak Climbing in Nepal

‘adventure for all from beginners to professional expert climbers’

Introduction:

Trekking Peaks of Nepal leads you to enjoy and experience an adventure of a lifetime at the heights of above 5,500 m to 6,400 meters high with fully guided and support of our expert guides and staff to make your dreams into reality.

Trekking Peaks of Nepal within high Himalayan range of Annapurna-Everest- Langtang to Ganesh and Manaslu range of mountains with over hundred of attractive and stunning peaks that awaits you on our adrenaline adventure offering glorious panorama of high snow capped peaks.

Trekking Peaks of Nepal a combination of powerful adventure involves trekking around high green hills through enchanting woodlands of tall rhododendron-hemlocks-pines-firs-oaks-birch and magnolia tree lines to remorseless fields of ice fields and glaciers within world highest mountain range.

An amazing adventure where you can soak with local traditional culture around hills and mountain villages, staying in nice cozy lodges and with excellent camping facilities on climbs after leaving human settlements and heading towards complete wilderness in the harmony of mountains and arctic environment.

Trekking Peaks of Nepal is controlled by NMA (Nepal Mountaineering Associations) and Nepal Department of Tourism where group of minimum 5-6 packs person can climb with one single climbing permits of above 6,000 meters high peaks.

The government has made the rules flexible on below 6,000 m peaks where permits are not required, but you need to obtain TIMS (Trekking Information Management Systems) and National Parks and Conservation fees and has to be done through genuine local trekking agencies with proper guides and medical insurance for all staff including climbing guides.

All trekking peaks require proper gear and equipment for the climb as per the list provided for the climbs beside your personal trekking gears.

Peak Climbing in Nepal : 2018

Traveller Reviews

Jacky Killy
It’s a shame that so many trekkers stayed away from the Manaslu Trek after the April 2015 earthquake. There was a big lack of information about the safety of trails…
Mich Pung
The classic style of trekking in Nepal is to camp in tents and employ Porters to carry your gears and Sherpas to set up camp, cook and serve meals. You…

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