Peak Climbing

Peak Climbing

Reaching on the top of the frozen hill full of snow will successfully complete our peak climbing. Peak climbing in Nepal is the most challenging and adventurous activity done in Nepal. Because of its toughness and inconvenience, only few trekkers are involved in it. Tenzing Norgay Sherpa and Edmund Hilary were the first person to reach successfully reaches on the top of world. From here peak climbing is started in Nepal. There are more than 4000 peaks in Nepal. Among them eight mountains are listed in ten tallest mountains. These make Nepal as the motherland of peak. It’s the dream of climbers to reach on the top of the peaks. Besides this, peak climbing in Nepal add some adventurous activity because of glorious mountains. It is strictly prohibited to those trekkers who have problem with their health & altitude problem. Not only this, our full concentration of body, sound and mind should be only in climbing. Any of the Peak Climbing which you will do in Nepal will be memorable for your life time.

All the peaks of Nepal are above 6000 m & below 8000 m. So we should have special permit to climb the peaks of Nepal from Nepal Government. Island Peak, Mera Peak, Yala Peak, Chulu west and East Peak, Pisang peak, Singhuli peak etc are some of the peaks favourable for climbing. There are many suitable peaks in northern part suitable for climbing. The main things of peak climbing are best guides and climbing techniques. There is no any difficulty in organizing Peak climbing. You just need to have contact with Himalaya Nepal Trek Pvt. Ltd. After contacting with company, management of all the peak climbing activities is done by our company. You will have a great time in every climbing with the team of Himalaya Nepal Trek Pvt. Ltd.

Popular Peak Climbing in Nepal

1. Island Peak Climbing
2. Mera Peak Climbing
3. Lobuche Peak Climbing
4. Chulu West and East Peak Climbing
5. Pisang Peak Climbing
6. Tabuche Peak Climbing
7. Naya Kang Peak Climbing
8. Yala Peak Climbing
9. Kwande Peak Climbing
10 Dhampus Peak Climbing