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Nepal Peak climbing

About Nepal Peak climbing

Nepal Peak climbing

Nepal Peak Climbing 2021 /2022

Nepal’s peak climbing and high mountain expeditions are among the world’s most outstanding achievements. Nepal visitor tourists represent almost half of all travelers to Nepal, but only half are trekking, sightseeing, and safari tourists. A number of peaks in Nepal are being authorized for peak climbing by the Nepal Government.

Nepal has 1,312 mountain peaks that exceed 5,000 meters in height, and 326 of them are accessible for climbing by the Nepal government and 17 by the Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA). The rest of the peaks are only accessible by the Nepal government through permits.

Department of Tourism.

Nepal has eight mountains over eight thousand meters high, and climbing permits are costly and need to be applied for at the Department of Tourism. The tallest mountain in the world is 8,848 meters high. Every human knows the name of this mountain: Mount Everest. Himalayan Mountains make a beautiful country that is also welcoming for mountaineers.

Mera peak

Eight of Nepal’s mountains are over eight thousand meters high. This is the name of the mountain

  1. Everest 8,848 m
  2. Lhotse 8,516 m
  3. Makalu 8,481 m
  4. Cho Oyu 8,201 m
  5. Dhaulagiri 8,167 m
  6. Manaslu 8,156 m
  7. Annapurna 8,091 m
  8. Kanchenjunga 8,586 m

In addition, there are 1,300 mountains higher than 6,000 meters. The Nepal Mountaineering Association NMA List has issued licenses to 17 summits. You can find numerous mountain itineraries on our blog. We promise you that you will have a memorable experience with our expert climbing guides and teams during your Nepal peak climbing with us.

Nepal is a suitable destination to travel to throughout the year, however, for trekking and mountain climbing holidays, the spring and autumn seasons are ideal. You can climb autumn peaks in Nepal anytime, with the full support and guidance of Sherpas, paying teak/climbing permit royalty to the local trekking company. The ideal and most suitable seasons for peak climbing in Nepal are spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November).  It is the perfect time to trek in Nepal during these seasons. There is less rain, less snow, and a fairly warm climate in the Himalayas, which has made climbing and expeditions to the top possible.

Climbing gear is more important for climbing Nepal’s peaks. Climbing boots are more important because they need to fit snugly over the ankle and be waterproof. The rest of the gear can be rented or bought, and we can give advice if you are new to climbing Nepal’s peaks.

Nepal wilderness trekking teams lead listed peaks of Nepal. In the Everest region is Ama Dablam peak || Island Peak || Lobuche peak || Mera Peak. In the Makalu region is Baruntse peak. In the Annapurna Region is Pisang Peak || Chulu Far East peak || Tent Peak. In the Langtang region is Paldor peak || Yala Peak. In the Rolwaling region is Ramdung peak || Pachermo peak.

Note: It is important for the client to have the skill to climb the 6,000-meter peaks in Nepal. This is if they know how to use gears like crampons, ropes, and ice axes. You can reach your goals and summits with these gears.

Island peak summit

What is our identity?

Trekking and mountaineering are the main activities of Nepal Wilderness Trekking Pvt., a company that focuses on customer service. We are a government-authorized trekking company seeking to provide our customers with top-level customer satisfaction while enhancing our own experience in operating various adventure-related activities. In Nepal, high altitude trekking, technical peak climbing, mountaineering, and expeditions are just a few of the adventure-related activities.

In addition to organizing trips, Nepal Wilderness Trekking PVT is also active in raising funds to develop rural areas and poor communities in Nepal. We donate 10 percent of our profits from trips to charity. These donations are directed toward reforestation and the provision of educational materials to children in remote and poor areas of Nepal.

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