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Climbing & Expeditions

Numerous Himalayan peaks are located in Nepal that offer easy to challenging climbs which makes Nepal the preferred destination for peak climbing for all levels of climbers. Besides trekking in the Himalayas, peak climbing is another popular adventure activity for climbers around the world.

Peak climbing in Nepal refers to climbing the minor peaks of about 6000 meters and is not like the big mountaineering expeditions like climbing Mount Everest. Compared to these expensive climbing expeditions, peak climbing costs and royalties are also low. The popular peaks climbing in Nepal are Island Peak, Mera Peak, Lobuche Peak, and Pisang Peak. These peaks range in altitude from around 6,000 meters to over 6,800 meters. They are considered easy climbs with some range of technical difficulty for climbers.

Climbing a peak in Nepal usually involves trekking and climbing, with climbers acclimatizing to the altitude and terrain before attempting the summit. Climbers need to have prior climbing experience and be physically and mentally prepared for the challenge. Once they reach the summit, the rewards are immense with spectacular mountain views including iconic peaks like Mount Everest, and an unparalleled sense of accomplishment from conquering the summit.

Peak climbing in Nepal is a thrilling adventure allowing climbers to test their skills and push their limits at the most stunning mountain landscapes in the world.