Nepal Peak Climbing

Peak Climbing in NepalTrekking Peaks of Nepal Himalaya

In and around the mighty Himalayan ranges, lies few arduous accessible routes for exploration at an altitude that will allow for extreme climbing in a style more closely to alpinism than traditional mountaineering expedition, which are allowed by the respective governments for the extreme adventure lovers who wish to dare the most challenging peaks and traverse between the towering peaks of the 'Third Pole' the Himalayas.

In the early days, explorer and adventurer roamed few of these remote places in the Himalaya, when the 1950's and the early 1960's were the golden age of the Himalayan adventure lovers and climbers, till 1978 when it became under the control of Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA), 18 mountains between 5,587m and 6,654m were opened to foreign climbers without the financially restricting and administratively regulation governing expedition peaks.

This newly formed NMA created and declared the so-called 'trekking peaks, at one time was to be changed to alpine peaks. If the present name has to be changed the most appropriate would be non-expedition peaks, which will differentiate from the other higher peaks.

Trekking peaks are more suitable to people with limited time and has the urge to climb higher from the place where his/her trekking is, or for the beginners who likes to dare more than simply trekking and adding more heights to his adventure.

Compared to other expeditions where the Royalty Fee are much higher, on Trekking Peaks of Nepal and its Royalty Fee are quite reasonable depending upon the size of the group.

Climb of Chulu East PeakClimb of Chulu East Peak

Chulu East (6,200 m.) is situated high above the Manang valley with breathtaking views across to the Annapurnas II, III and IV, Gangapurna, Glacier Dome, Dhaulagiri, Tilicho Peak and Manaslu. The climb is combined with the classic trek around the Annapurna massif, ascending the Marsyangdi valley

Island / Imjatse Peak ClimbingIsland / Imjatse Peak Climbing

Highlights: “exhilarating climb on the summit of Island peak, rich buddhist culture, warm-friendly locals, traditional village, land of world’s heritage, high alpine valley's in the shade of the mighty Number One 'Mt. Everest”.

Lobuche East Peak with Gokyo Cho-la TrekLobuche East Peak with Gokyo Cho-la Trek

First ascent was by Jeff Lowe and Henry Kendal inspiring 1986; The East Face is the dark pyramid of slabby rock overlooking the lodges of Loboche and the Khumbu Glacier. The face is best approached from near Loboche village then crossing the moraines west and climbing the scree filled hollow beneath the face and above the small lake south-west of Loboche.

Mera Peak ClimbingMera Peak Climbing

Mera Peak at 6,654 meter one of the highest trekking peak of Nepal, situated in one of the remote isolated area of Khumbu. The trek starts from the village of Lukla, the gate-way to Everest. The trek from here leads to the adjoining high mountain hills of Naulekh. As we leave the last settlement behind,

Naya Kanga Peak Climbing with Langtang Valley, Yala Peak and Ganja-laNaya Kanga Peak Climbing with Langtang Valley, Yala Peak and Ganja-la

The upper Langtang valley was first explored by Tilman in 1949 and 46 years later still retains a hint of Shangri-La, due to its closeness to Tibet and the un trekked wilderness beyond Langshisa Kharka. Himalaya Expeditions leaders have climbed extensively in the upper Langtang valley and through their enthusiasm

Pisang Peak Climbing With Thorang-la TrekPisang Peak Climbing With Thorang-la Trek

Pisang peak rises from yak pastures above the village of Pisang, in a uniform slope to the final summit Pyramid which is an undistinguished snow and ice slope. Looking from above Humdre the peak is more interesting and can be seen as a curved ridge, with the face above Pisang being the truncated southern end of the mountain

Climb of Ramdhung-Gho Peak with Tashi LapchaClimb of Ramdhung-Gho Peak with Tashi Lapcha

This is one of the most outstanding and spectacular high alpine valley treks, in the north east of Nepal. The Rolwaling valley is steep sided and covered in thick forests; therefore the climbs are sheer upright. But this is going to be one of the finest watershed crossings ever made in the entire of Himalaya. One of the highlight of the trip is the camp beside Bigu Gompa

Tent Peak (Tharpu Chuli) ClimbingTent Peak (Tharpu Chuli) Climbing

The Annapurna sanctuary an awesome place surrounded by the mighty Himalayan Peaks, the Sanctuary itself are an abode of god and mountain spirit. Within the Sanctuary there are many various beautiful peaks, including the Tharpu Chuli also known as Tent peak, seen from the moraines above from Annapurna Base camp,