Trekking Peaks

 

Climbing one of the trekking peak offer beautiful close up view of high Himalayan peaks and challenge offered by mountaineering. Unlike normal trek it stays at high altitude and snow condition for extended period. Previous climbing experience is required in most of the peaks. Best time is from October to November and April to May. We organize offer services on all sorts of peak climbing.

There are several peaks scattered across the himalayan belt, which are technically not that difficult. Most of these peaks are located near the main trail in Everest, Annapurna and Langtang regions. There are also peaks in this category which is quite formidable for climbers; they require as much preparation as for big mountain expedition. However, the peaks catalogued in here are the most popular in terms of accessibility, cost and climbing experience. Climbers to train for future big expedition also use these peaks. Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA) uses some of the peaks to train Nepalese climbers and high altitude porters. In fact Nepalese government have given authority to NMA to control these peaks. The money they get is used for the promotion and preservation of mountaineering and welfare of mountaineers.

 

Some of Popular Peaks frequented by the tourists are:
Imja Tse (Island Peak) 6160 m in Everest (Khumbu region)
Chulu West 6419 m in Manang (Annapurna region),
Singu Chuli (Fluted Peak) 6501 m in Annapurna-Sanctuary,
Mera Peak 6654 m in Everest (Khumbu region)
Pharchamo 6187 m in Rolwaling (Everest region)
Tharpu Chuli (Tent Peak5663m)- Annpaurna Region
Mardi Himal (5587m)- Annapurna Region

Yala Peak (5732m) - Lantang region

 

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