Peak climbing in Nepal is an adventure mountaineering challenge in the Himalayan Universe. Most of the mountains are technically difficult. The 33 Group A and B peaks are known as trekking peaks that are ranging from 5550 m to 7000 m above the sea. Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA) has taken the authority by Nepal government to issue the peak climbing permit since 1973.
The Group A 15 trekking peaks are include Cholatse (6440 m), Machermo (6237 m), Kyazo Ri (6185 m), Nirekha (6186 m), Langsisa Ri (6427 m), Ombigaichen ( 6340 m), Bokta (6143 m), Chekijo (6257 m), Phari Lapcha (6017 m), Lobuche West (6145 m), Larkya Peak (6249 m), ABI (6097 m), Yubra Himal (6035 m), Yala (5732 m) and Chhukung (5550 m).
The Group B 18 trekking peaks are include Singu Chuli (6501 m), Mera Peak (6654 m), Kusum Kangru (6367 m), Kwangde (6011 m), Chulu West (6419 m), Island Peak (6160 m), Pharchamo (6187 m), Lobuche (6119 m), Ramdung (5925 m), Pisang (6091 m), Tent Peak (5663 m), Mera Peak (5849 m), Ganja-La Chuli (5844 m), Pokhalde (5806 m), Mardi Himal (5587 m), Paldor (5896 m), Hiunchuli (6441 m) and Chulu East (6584 m). Maximum 12 people can join in a group.
Peak climbing in Nepal is interesting with a hiking trip. Enjoy the adventure trip on a rock, ice and snow. The climbing and trekking permits both are required. The prices of peak permit depend on season, group size and peak category. You can explore the global warming and its effect on Himalaya range. The trip is less expensive comparatively from an expedition journey. Explore the culture, wildlife, vegetation in the alpine valley.
Peak climbing in Nepal offers in the Everest, Rolwaling, Annapurna, Langtang and Ganesh Himal Region. Follow safety rules, take quality equipment and do acclimatize during the trip. Climbing equipment is possible to buy and rent in Kathmandu and Pokhara. The two seasons are best April to early June and September to October. Previous knowledge and experience are essential to enjoying the trip. Contact with Yeti Trail Adventure for the climbing experience. Read further information and itinerary below.
Duration: 15 days
Maximum Altitude: Isl
Climb Grade & Mode: Hard
Duration: 17 days
Maximum Altitude: Mera Peak
Trek Grade & Mode: Hard
Duration: 19 days
Maximum Altitude: Pisang Peak
Trek Grade & Mode: Medium to Hard