Peak Climb in Nepal is highly accessible, meaning it requires little or no experience. However, one does advise that you get prepared for the journey as it can be strenuous sometimes. While the obvious example for peak climbing is the Mt Everest, Nepal has 1310 peaks of which one third are open for mountaineering expeditions. In these peaks, you will see a high prevalence of trekking peaks ranging in the height 5587m to 6500m which is open to any fit personnel. The ranges and availability of many peaks in the country make Nepal a Nation friendly for both experienced climbers and newbies. Smaller peaks only require a small amount of equipment’s for the climb, however, all of this will be informed by our workforce. If you attempt your peak climbing with us, rest assured that your adventure will be safe and well-informed. Our staff members will take it upon themselves to help you climb these monuments by educating you on how you should use your equipment’s, what expectations to hold throughout the journey so you are informed when you make the decision to climb up. Some of these peaks you could enjoy include Mt Cholatse, Mt Lobuche West, and Mt. Larkya among the other popular ones.
Trekking in Nepal is an outstanding experience on all levels. The chance to hike through the world’s tallest peaks while viewing incredible wildlife, visiting culturally diverse villages and solitary mountain monasteries is just part of this amazing experience. Many choose to add a peak climb to their trek to really enhance their encounters with the Himalayan Mountains. In Nepal, there are many of what are called “trekking peaks”. These are summits ranging from 5000 to 7000 meters and are generally non-technical in nature. This means that they require little else than being in good physical shape. Almost all of these trekking peaks will have you using rope, ice axe, crampons, and other basic mountaineering gear, but for most of these peaks, you do not need prior mountaineering experience. Peak climbing package offers a well-trained and experienced mountain guide to teach the proper use and handling of gear and lead you to your desired summit. Everest regionsMera Peak Climbing is located in Hinku valley of Khumbu region which welcomes trekkers and climbers all over the world during the autumn and spring seasons as it’s the best time to climb Mera Peak.
Many of the famous treks will have these peaks as an option to add on. For example, Island Peak Climb can be accessed through the Everest Base Camp Trek. This peak will afford you excellent views of Nuptse, Lhotse, Makalu, Baruntse, and even Amadablam.in this region, another famous peak Lobuche East Peak climb Or, if you have limited time, Yala Peak, in the famous trekking area of Langtang, gives you the best chance to climb a mountain in the Himalayas with limited time and limited mountaineering experience. You will find there are many such trekking peaks available either as the main goal of your adventure or as a fantastic addition to an already trek-of-a-lifetime. With a quality trekking company, you will have a chance to climb a summit in the Himalayan Range with a focus on fun, and attention to safety.