Peak Climbing in Nepal is one of the challenging adventure packages in the Himalayan country which is a fascinating dream for many mountain climbers. Mountaineering and climbing are one of the major attractions and adventure activities in Nepal. For climbing most mountains can be climbed by first-timer with good health and basic climbing skill, while some peaks which require technical climbing skills and only professional climbers should climb them. The Himalayans have always been the focus of outstanding achievements in the world of mountain climbing. In Nepal, there are almost 326 peaks open for climbing and mountaineering in Nepal. Our trail passes through the many beautiful villages with well-cultivated fields and small helmets, interspersed with magnificent forests of rhododendron, magnolia, and giant firs. The most popular climbing are island peak climbing, Mera peak climbing, Lobuche peak climbing, Chulu west and east peak climbing and much other climbing. For the climbing or mountaineering, we need special trekking permit. To climb the peaks you will need to have basic mountaineering skills like ice axes, walking on crampon, utilizing rope techniques, glacier walking, rock climbing etc.
Peak Climbing in Nepal is usually both technically and physically very challenging activity that’s why we need special skill to mountaineering. At the time of mountaineering, you can enjoy with Nepal trekking combination of climbing mainly in Everest, Annapurna, and Langtang trekking region as well as other trekking trails of Nepal. It can be done either on an individual or group basis. During the time of climbing, we will pass through the lush forest of Rhododendron, Oak, and pine, snow-fed river, and fabulous glacier, and pass through the Sherpa village and old monasteries of this region. The season between spring and autumn is considered as the best time of mountaineering in Nepal. The climber will require a moderate level of fitness but will prove to be a very rewarding adventure. In this climbing, you will offer the finest experience of culture, nature, and adventure.