Peak Climbing in Nepal

Nepal is the best destination for peak climbing. Peak climbing generally ranges from 5500 – 6500 meters altitude. Nepal has ” Top 8 eight-thousander Peak out 14 eight-thousanders peak in the world.” The top 8 eight-thousander peak includes Everest, Kangchenjunga, Lhotse, Makalu, Cho Oyu, Dhaulagiri I, Manaslu, and Annapurna I.

Climbing peaks is an adventurous sport that is also a technically and physically challenging activity. If  you are a novice climber looking for some 6000m experience or more of a professional mountaineer learning to master the technical aspects of the climb Nepal has a peak for you.

Recently, the Nepal Mountaineering Association(NMA)  has listed 326 peaks above 6000 meters to climb legally out of 1310 peaks ( you can also do Mountaineering/Expedition for climbing peaks above 6500 meters).

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Mera Peak Climbing

Peak Climbing in Nepal

Mera Peak lies in the Makalu Barun park on the border of the Khumbu region. Mera Peak height is 6,476 meters which falls under the highest 'trekking peaks'.

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Island Peak Climbing with EBC

Peak Climbing in Nepal

View just like an Island situated between iceberg when seen from Dingboche is the reason for this peak named as an "Island peak".

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Lobuche East Peak Climbing

Peak Climbing in Nepal

Lobuche East Peak Climbing (6,119m) is an splended Himalaya trekking in the Khumbu region of Nepal. It lies close to Khumbu Glacier and the village of Lobuche. The peak was the first to summit by Laurence Nielson and Ang Gyalzen Sherpa on April 25, 1984 AD.There are two main peaks; Lobuche East and Lobuche Far East.There is a big crevasse between them.

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Chulu East Peak Climbing

Peak Climbing in Nepal

Chulu East Peak (6,584m) is the highest peak among Chulu Peaks (Chulu East, Chulu West & Chulu Far East). It is located inside the Annapurna region of Nepal standing as a piece of Manang Himal.

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Chulu Far East Peak Climbing

Peak Climbing in Nepal

Set foot at the crest of Chulu Far East Peak (6059m/19874ft), a famous trekking peak of wonderful Annapurna Region offering the magnificent views of Spectacular Mountains, lakes and Glaciers.

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Chulu West Peak Climbing

Peak Climbing in Nepal

Summit of Chulu West Peak at 6,419 meters in the Annapurna region of Nepal. Aerial views of world’s most admired mountains; Mt. Manaslu ,Mt. Annapurna II , Annapurna III , Annapurna IV

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Mera Peak with Amphu Labtsa Pass

Peak Climbing in Nepal

Summit Mera Peak at 6,461 meters and cross Amphu Lapcha Pass at 5,845 m.

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Pisang Peak Climbing

Peak Climbing in Nepal

Climb awe-inspiring trekking peak Pisang at 6,091 meters combined with Annapurna Circuit Thorong La Trek.

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Rolwaling Parchamo Peak Climbing

Peak Climbing in Nepal

Summit of Parchamo Peak at 6,187 meters and cross the adventurous Tashi Lapcha Pass at 5,755 meters through Rolwaling Valley.

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Singu Chuli Peak Climbing

Peak Climbing in Nepal

Summit Singu Chuli Peak at 6,501 meters (also named Fluted Peak) with Annapurna Base Camp Trekking via Ghorepani and Poonhill.

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Tharpu Chuli Peak Climbing

Peak Climbing in Nepal

Summit of the peak Tharpi Chuli at 5,500 meters above from Annapurna sanctuary, considered as a low altitude peak Himalaya trekking.

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Gokyo EBC Island peak

Peak Climbing in Nepal

For every passionate climber, Gokyo The popular Island peak climbing in EBC area adds perfect spice in the Tourney that every mountaineers look out for.

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Island Peak Climbing

Peak Climbing in Nepal

Summit Island Peak, also known as Imja Tse peak at 6,189 meters inside Sagarmatha (Everest) National Park.This is one of the popular and highly climbed peaks in Nepal categorized as a “Trekking peak”

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