Nepal Peak Climbing

Peak Climbing

Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA) is a national organization of Nepal which has categorized the peaks of Nepal into expedition plus trekking peaks. In fact, trekking peaks offers a great prospective of exhilarating activity. And under this categorization, mountains holding height more than 7,000 m are graded as expedition peaks which higher entrance needs permit fees and other climbing technical ability.

As said by NMA, a trekking mountain is a mountain located at an altitude less than 7,000 m which is not as much of challenging as expedition peak and can be effortlessly climbed by beginner climbers with a moderate climbing experience. For interested trekkers, Nepal bestows 18 small peaks for alpine mountaineering. Even the peaks lower than 6600m can be demanding, since you will necessitate passing over unsteady and snowy topography. That is why axe, ropes, and other mountaineering gears are too required while going for peak climbing of Nepal.

Some of the popular peaks to climb that have been offered are Ombigaichen Peak (6340m), Chulu East Peak (6584m), Chulu West Peak (6419m), Chulu Far East Peak (6059m), Kusum Kangaru Peak (6367m), Hiunchuli Peak (6441m), Island Peak, Singu Chuli Peak (6501m), Pisang Peak (6091m) and some more.
It is strongly recommended that the climbers should have technical skill on peak climbing. Planets Treks and Expedition bestows all kinds of widespread information that are essential for peak climbing in Nepal. Just let us be acquainted with your interest and depend on us for preparation and safety.