Peak Climbing in Nepal

If you have not participated in Peak Climbing in Nepal yet, you are missing huge chunk of fun from your life. There are 14 highest mountains in the world that are above 8000 m height and Nepal alone holds eight of them including world’s highest Mount Everest.

Not all of the peaks are opened for climbing. Mera peak is the highest peak to climb in Nepal. Many adventure seekers come for trying extreme sports in Nepal and Peak climbing is one of them. On average, peaks in Nepal ranges from 5587m to 6654m height. These peaks are suitable for novices and professionals alike.

Some of the top Nepal peak climbing

Island Peak Climbing

Island peak is also known as Imja Tse (6189m). It exists in Everest region above Chukung glacier amid Amadablam and Lhotse Mountains.

Mera Peak Climbing

Mera Peak (6476 m) is famous among climbers for its easy climbing route. Mera summit offers views of eight thousanders like Everest, Makalu, Cho Oyu, Kangchenjunga and Lhotse. Take Kathmandu Lukla flight and walk through Hinku Valley to Mera peak.

Pisang peak climbing

Pisang Peak (6091m) is located in Annapurna Region. Pisang climbing route progresses from Pisang village to Pisang peak. The peak is somewhat strenuous but offers views of incredible Annapurna Mounain Range and Manaslu Mountain range.

Chulu East Peak climbing

Located above Manang valley, the top of Chulu peak offers views of Annapurna Mountain Range and Gangapurna Mountain Range. Chulu peak constitutes Chulu East Peak and Chulu West Peak. Chulu Climbing can be merged with Thorongla Pass trek.

Lobuche East Peak

Among Lobuche East Peak and Lobuche west peak, Lobuche East is chosen by many climbers for conquering due to the easy access. This peak is 6119 meters high which exists high above Khumbu Glacier. Lobuche East offers views of Amadablam, Thamaserku, Tawache and other peaks.

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