Nepal has a pleasing and intimidating mountain range in the world with nearly a third of the country lying above the elevation of 3500m/11,483 ft. With eight of the world’s highest mountains in the country, Nepal is a paradise for all the mountaineers and climbers. Additionally, Nepal has 326 other mountains which are open for a mountaineering expedition. By the 1960s, the trekking and mountaineering industry of Nepal was well established due to the high demand of mountaineers, climbers, trekkers, and nature lovers.
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Why Choose Peak Climbing in Nepal?
Nepal not just has a wide range of natural and cultural diversity but also a varied range of mountains and peaks. From strenuous, steep, straight, technical, non-technical to the highest mountains of the world, Nepal offers long lists of options and peaks to the climbers and mountaineers of the world. If you are experienced and like climbing, you can choose one of the technical peaks as Mera Peak, Lobuche Peak.
On the other hand, you are new in the climbing world and want to excel in it, trekking peaks with easier ascend is also opened for Peak Climbing in Nepal such as Yala Peak. Moreover, with the assistance and guidance of Sherpa and Nepalese, climbers successfully summit peaks and develop their climbing skills. The basic skills for trekking peak climbing are able to walk with rope, crampons, traverse through a crevasse, and descend with jumar and use of ice axes.
The combined packages of trekking and climbing enable climbers to cope with high elevation, boost stamina, and strengthen their body for peak climbing and mountaineering expedition. Initially, trekking peaks are accomplished by climbers to refine their climbing skills. Consequently, encourage them to ascend higher mountains and go for a long mountaineering expedition.
Peak Climbing in Nepal trains the climbers to summit highest mountain in the world located in Nepal: Mount Everest 8,848m/ 29,029 ft Earth’s Highest, Kanchenjunga 8,586m/ 28,169 ft 3rd highest, Lhotse 8,516m / 27,940 ft 4th highest, Makalu 8,485 m/ 27, 838 ft 5th highest, Cho Oyu 8,188m / 26,864 ft 6th highest, Dhaulagiri I 8,167 m/ 26,795 ft 7th highest, Manaslu 8,163m/ 26, 781 ft 8th highest and Annapurna I 8,091m/ 26,545 ft 10th highest mountain of the earth.
Nepali Companies like Nepal Adventure Team has been supporting all kind of climbers to achieve their summit goals. Nepal Adventure Team looks after all the logistic requirements, transportation, accommodation, food, camping, guiding, training, and directing to summit Peaks.
Grade of Peaks in Nepal
Trekking Peaks of Nepal are usually graded as AD or PD as per International French Adjectival System (IFAS). Where,
- PD: Peu Difficile (slightly difficult). Routes may be longer at altitude, with snow and ice slopes up to 45 degrees, Glaciers are more complex, scrambling is harder, climbing may require some belaying, descent may involve rappelling and more objective hazards.
- AD: Assez Difficile (fairly difficult). Fairly hard, snow and ice at an angle of 45–65 degrees, rock climbing up to UIAA grade III, but not sustained, belayed climbing in addition to a large amount of exposed but easier terrain and significant objective hazard.
- Often a + (Superieur) or a − (inferior) is placed after the grade to indicate if a particular climb is at the lower or upper end of that grade (e.g., a climb slightly harder than "PD+" might be "AD−").
7 Best Nepal’s Peak Climbing by Nepal Adventure Team
Nepal Adventure Team has been serving climbers to accomplish 7 best Peak Climbing of Nepal. Further details:
Chulu West Peak Climbing
Chulu West Peak Climbing lies in the renowned Annapurna Region with the closeness to mountains and culture as well as exploring the trials running to the Annapurna circuit. Chulu Peak is the part of Manang Himal. Chulu West has a height of 6419m/21,060 ft providing a fantastic view of Annapurna Mountain Ranges and enhancing climbers’ climbing skills.
While ascending the Chulu West Peak, you will enter the Annapurna Conservation Area and pass by the magnificent Manang district. Likewise, you will return to Kathmandu by exploring Annapurna Circuit Trail which adds the admired destinations: Thorang La Pass 5416m/ 17,769 ft, Muktinath, Mustang, Jomsom, and Pokhara. You will be following the Marshyangdi river to summit Chulu West whereas the Kaligandaki River will be accompanying you on your returning route. Detail Itinerary, Cost, Grade
Days: 20 Days
Island Peak Climbing
Island Peak has an elevation of 6,189 m/ 20,305 ft is also known as the ImjaTse peak. Island Peak is located in the most popular Everest Region. Firstly, Island peak was ascended by the British team in 1995 since then Island peak has been in demand among the travelers. The Island peak climbing trip is also combined with the Everest region trek. Island Peak lies to the north of Mt. Nuptse, regarded to be a part of Mt. Lhotse. The Island peak climbing journey will not merely lead to summit Island Peak but also lead you to the elegant Everest Base Camp. Detail Itinerary, Cost
Days: 18 Days
Lobuche Peak Climbing
Lobuche Peak Climbing is an adventure as well as warm-up climbing in the Everest Region before heading towards the highest mountains of Nepal. Lobuche East Peak (6,119 m/ 20075 ft) and Lobuche West Peak (6145m 200606 ft) come under the Lobuche Peak. They are linked by a ridgeline of about 2km/ 1.25 miles. Here, Lobuche Peak Climbing refers to the Lobuche East Peak climbing. Ascending of Lobuche Peak was firstly recorded in 1984 by Laurence Nielson and Ang Gyalzen Sherpa. Lobuche peak is one of the closest peaks to Mount Everest.
During the Lobuche Peak Climbing, you traverse through the Everest Region Trekking, Everest Base Camp Trek, and enjoy the classic view of Everest, the highest mountain of the world, along with the mighty mountains like Lhotse, Nuptse, Ama Dablam, Cho Oyu, Thamserku, Pumori. Lobuche Peak Climbing leads you to explore the trekking trail, varying landscape, diverse flora and fauna, respectful culture, cozy communities, and warm hospitality. Detail Cost, Itinerary, Services, Grade
Days: 18 Days
Mera Peak Climbing
Mera Peak Climbing is the highest as well as one of the popular and marvelous peaks among 27 peaks permitted officially. In detail, Mera Peak is a mountain in the Mahalangur section, Barun sub-section of the Himalaya, and administratively at Sagarmatha National Park, Nepal. Mera Peak contains three summits: Mera North, 6,476 meters (21,247 ft); Mera Central, 6,461 meters (21,198 ft); and Mera South, 6,065 meters (19,898 ft), as well as a smaller "trekking summit", visible as a distinct summit from the south but not marked on most maps of the region. Though you may see Mera Peak Climbing packages with 6,654m / 21,832 ft in some sources it has been misunderstood with Peak 41 nearby Mera Peak. Nepal Adventure Team assists you to climb Mera Peak North with 6,476m /21,247 ft height.
Cawthra La Pass adds another adventure in Mera Peak Climbing whereas Hinku valley soothes climbers. Overall, Mera Peak Climbing is technically an easier peak yet demands high stamina and energy for long steep climb alongside coping with raising altitude where trails showcase the vibrant nature and people of Nepal and Everest Region Trek of Nepal. More about Mera Peak Climbing.
Days: 17 Days
Paldor Peak Climbing
Paldor Peak with a height of 5,896m/ 19,344ft lies at the south-east of Ganesh Himal (7,422m / 24,350ft) range marking the junction of Tiru and Karpu Dandas Ridges at the head of Mailung Khola, one of the tributaries of Trishuli River. Paldor Peak trails move through Langtang National Park with fewer people and chaos such that an option to Everest Region Trek.
Paldor Peak is the perfect destination for peak climbing who wants something different than the most popular Everest Region and Sagarmatha National Park. Nevertheless, Langtang Region Trek carries the fame and name for being recognized by travelers for its nature, environment, and unique traditions and culture where Paldor Peak is located. Paldor Peak Climbing trails go through the tranquility of Tamang Heritage Trek. Further details, cost, itinerary
Days: 16 Days
Pisang Peak Climbing
Pisang Peak Climbing is also through the amazing Annapurna Circuit route following the raging Marsyangdi River and mesmerizing Manang valley. The entire journey is accompanied by Annapurna, Manaslu mountain range passing the native villages as Dharapani, Chame, Pisang.
Pisang Peak is at an altitude of 6,091 m / 19,984 ft and regarded to be technically challenging along with trails through glaciers. Additionally, Pisang Peak also allows the climbers to explore admired destinations as Thorang La Pass 5416m/ 17,769 ft, Muktinath, Mustang, Jomsom, and Pokhara. See more details, cost, itinerary
Days: 19 Days
Yala Peak Climbing
Yala Peak Climbing is at elevation of 5550m/ 18,209 ft. Yala Peak Climbing is one of the easier trekking peaks with minimum height compared to other options of above mentioned 6 peaks. Yala Peak is nearer to the Tibetan border and northeast of Kyanjin Gompa of Langtang Region Trek. You can see Nepali as well as Tibetan Himalayas from the top of Yala Peak.
Initially, trekkers trek on the Langtang Circuit route. Trekkers are able to explore the Langtang National Park area along with Langtang Region Trek. Yala Peak Climbing offers the beautiful blend of Nepali and Tibetan culture, lifestyle and tradition of local people. More details, cost, itinerary
Days: 15 Days
Undoubtedly, Nepal offers climbers more opportunities than other countries with a number of peaks and mountains located in Nepal. To grab this opportunity Nepal Adventure Team has been serving climbers' needs and demands in Nepal. We take care of peak climbing along with trekking, tours, jungle safaris, and sightseeing. Specially, we give all the efforts for good health and preparing for challenges required on trips around Nepal.
Nepal Adventure Team hopes each climbers summit Peaks successfully and moves ahead to accomplish higher mountains with developed skills.
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