Rock climbing in Nepal is the challenging outdoor activity to a rocky hill. It is being adventures and popular amidst thrill seekers. Visitors can choose either manmade or natural spot with a former experience and stamina. The balance, power, and techniques are essential before the game. Nepal is a mountainous country offers numerous wild formations. Tourists have a chance while they are in Kathmandu or Himalaya region. The climbing guide is important for a comfort and safety trip. Dry season September to May is suitable for the tour.
Rock climbing in Nepal offers two places, including Nagarjuna and Shivapuri forest nearby Kathmandu. Lower Nagarjuna at 1500 m, lies 5 km west of the Thamel, can approach via Balaju. Shivapuri National Park at 2732 m can reach via Budhanilkantha, lies 16 km north of Kathmandu. There are easy to strenuous climbing courses. Participants can join a short hike, bird watching and sightseeing with the trip. They will enjoy views of Kathmandu Valley, green hill and snow-covered mountains from an adjoining viewpoint. Both places are in Shivapuri National Park. There are numerous plants, such as pine, broad-leaved, oak and Quercus Semecarpifolia trees. This is the home of snow leopard, deer, and birds.
Rock climbing in Nepal is not an expedition journey. The short climb offers lots of practice. Kathmandu does have an artificial wall climbing known as Pasang Lhamu Rock Climbing. There are several rock surfaces in Annapurna, Langtang, and Everest trekking routes. National park permits and other permits with precautions are required before the tour. Call now in Yeti Trail Adventure for the climbing experience. We provide a professional guide, itinerary, cost, permits and free information.