Peak Climbing in Nepal
Nepal is world wildly known as the world’s best destination for expedition and peak climbing. Peak Climbing in Nepal is a mesmerizing dreams for many mountain rambler. Peak climbing normally means climbing peaks which are basically above the height of 5,500m and below 7,000m. Nepal has blessed in abundance with peaks hence has opened around 1310 peaks that are above 5500m for peak climbing. Some of these smaller peaks also referred as ‘trekking peaks’ are governed by Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA), a private body entrusted to promote mountaineering and preserve mountain environment. Among them, 33 peaks have been labeled ‘A’ and ‘B’ peaks by Nepal Mountaineering Association. The climbing permit for these 33 peaks is issued by Nepal Mountaineering Association and the rest is handled by the Government of Nepal.
Basic mountaineering skills such as using ice axes, walking on crampons, utilizing rope techniques, glacier walking, rock climbing etc are required for the Peak Climbing Adventure. With our team of experienced Sherpas and guides, these mountains can be climbed by both experienced as well as novice climbers. These peaks are especially appropriate for those who do not have longer time and limited by physical ability but still interested in climbing and experiencing mountain expedition.
Climbing peaks will also obviously involve trekking letting you have the experience of trekking and climbing at the same time. Great Adventure Treks & Expedition has been organizing peak climbing successfully for many years with experienced Sirdars and climbing Sherpa guides. Whether you are a beginner or a professional climber, we can help you achieve your dream of reaching the summit. Peak climbing can be arranged either as an individual or group. We arrange all the logistics from climbing equipments to assembling the climbing permits from Nepal Mountaineering Association and the concerned government department.
The best season for Peak Climbing in Nepal is either in the spring (March, April and May) or in the autumn (September, October and November). Climbing peaks categorized as A, B and Others. (Note: ‘A’ and ‘B’ peaks climbing requires special climbing permits while ‘Others’ peaks climbing do not)