Over 35 trekking peaks are open for peak climbing in Nepal
Nepal is a Himalayan country with 1310 peaks over 6000m. Lots of opportunities for the interested climbers. Nepal has been providing popular and successful adventure programs from trekking to peak climbing in Nepal. More than 30 trekking peaks are open for Alpine climbing under Nepal Mountaineering Association which puts forward opportunities to experience more peak climbing in Nepal. Peak climbing in Nepal is a very popular tourist attraction in Nepal. We have easy to most technical to remote peak climbing depending on participants' taste and selection.
The peak climbing in Nepal is high altitude peak climbing since the government of Nepal declares peaks between 6000m to below 7000m. The most popular trekking peaks in Nepal are Island Peak 6160m, Mera Peak 6470m, Lobuche East. 6145m, Lobuche West 6145m, Mt. Tawache 6501m, Kwangde peak 6011, Cholatse Peak 6440 m, & Pokalde 5806 m, in Everest region, Naya Kanga Peak, Yala peak in Langtang region and Pisang Peak 6091, Singu Chuli Peak, Tent Peak 5663m, Chulu East 6419m, Chulu West 6419m, Thorong peak 6144m, Thapa (Dhampus) Peak Climbing 6012m, Dhampus peak 6012m, Tilicho Peak 7134m, Hiunchuli 6441m.
Peak climbing in Nepal requires a certain level of physical fitness, as well as proper equipment and planning. Some of the specific requirements for peak climbing in Nepal include:
These are some of the general requirements for peak climbing in Nepal. However, specific peaks may have additional requirements, such as a certain level of technical ability, so it's important to research the peak you're interested in and make sure you have the necessary skills and experience.