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Peak climbing in Nepal

Peak climbing in Nepal

Peak Climbing in Nepal

Besides the very high mountains and lot of different trekking trails Nepal is a fantastic destination for people who love to climb peaks. We refer expedition for mountains more than 6500 m high. Less than 6500m mountains are considered as trekking peaks. Climbing a trekking peak is of less technical knowledge, less strenuous than climbing mountain, less time and of course less money and gives an wonderful view of the surrounding and gives an idea to start to go for expeditions or climbing higher mountains. Nepal mountaineering association classified the trekking peaks into two different categories, category A and category B. There will be different service charge and different royalties climbing over these peaks. The permits or royalties also varied little bit with season. People with normal physical condition and sporty background can make all these trekking peaks. Climbing these peaks demand little more energy than doing the trekking of these areas. Most of the people they join climbing these small peaks as part of their trekking.

Island Peak Climbing
21 Days | 6165 m.

Island Peak Climbing

Mera peak climbing
17 Days | 6461m.

Mera peak climbing

Pisang Peak Climbing
20 Days | 6091m.

Pisang Peak Climbing