Peak Climbing

Nepal is one of the mountainous countries of the world. There are many mountains and high peaks that are taken as adventurous sports in Nepal. People from all over the world visit Nepal for different activities. Apart from viewing natural beauty, cultural heritages and sports activities, national and international tourists engage themselves is peak climbing. Nepal has mountains 1310 mountains which are above 5500 meters to 8848 meters above the sea level. Nepal Mountaineering Association has the authority of peak climbing and any other activity related to mountains. The members are highly trained and take care of the safety of the tourists. Nepal Peak climbing can be very challenging as compare to other activities like hiking, or simple trekking. Peak Climbing leads to trekking at higher altitudes, facing challenges in the snow that can sometimes be unexpected.
Even though peak climbing can be challenging and needs determination, this activity has been considered as one of the most fulfilling activities outdoors. The trek will lead you to a life away from cities, people and civilization. You will be able to observe world from high above and see the beauty of Mother Nature. Peak climbing can be a life changing experience which will give you a different view of life and nature.
The adventure will challenge the ability and skills you have as you have to overcome different problems that might come on the way. Sometimes unexpected scenarios come and you will have to deal with it from the resources available to you at the time. Hazards like frequent and unexpected change in weather, snow fall and avalanches are often seen during peak climbing. Weather can be very dangerous and a risky factor you need to deal with. Snowstorm is also frequent which might lead to losing the trail or falling behind the team. Avalanches do not only consist of heavy snow but also of falling of rocks, ice and sometimes gear. Falling of rocks is very risky and you should be prepared for it.
There are many peak climbing destinations in Nepal which are:

    • Island Peak Climbing 18 days

      Embark on a wonderful adventure with Adventure Himalaya Trek to Island Peak, climbing and trekking into the heartland of the Khumbu valley, Gokyo and Everest Base Camp r. Island Peak (6189m) is one of most beautiful and wonderful climbing peaks in Nepal, with an attractive and highly glaciated West Face that rises from the Lhotse Glacier. An ascent of Gokyo Ri (5370m) and Kala Pattar (5545m) proves a good acclimatization hike and g you get magnificent close-up views of the world’s highest mountains, including Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, Oumari,Makalu and more. Further acclimatization hikes take us over the less-frequented Cho La pass (5430m) and Kongma La Pass (5525m) before ascending one of the most famous peaks in the Everest region. This peak is medium peak in the Khumbu region.

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    • Pisang Peak Climbing 22 Days

      The Pisang peaks in the Manang Himal range offer good scope for exploration. The western flank of Pisang Peak is guarded by a hanging glacier and offers a considerable challenge, while the western end of the ridge is guarded by huge rock slabs, which are difficult to climb.

      A German Expedition made the first ascent in 1955. With its distinguished snow and ice pyramid shape, the mountain is considered one of the most impressive and beautiful peak in the area. We will climb Pisang by following a steep and well-defined ridge to the summit from the south-east side.

      From the top there are mpressive views of Annapurna II & III, Manaslu, Gangapurna as well as numerous other peaks.

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  • Chulu West Peck Climbing 21 Days

    The Chuli West Peak Climbing Chulu west peak climbing is one another one of the famous climbing peaks located in Annapurna region. The Chulu west peak trekking will provide you the first hand climbing experience but also an opportunity to have magnificent views of Himalayas lying around such as Annapurna II, III, IV, Gangapurna, Manaslu, Thorong peak, Pisang Peak, Chulu east and the east-side Himlung valley among others. There are several peaks lying around the areas forming a part of Chulu massif. It is therefore most of the time difficult to differentiate between the two trekking Chulu east and Chulu-west. It was first climbed in 1953 by a Japanese Expedition via the west ridge, the peak of Chulu-east, together with Chulu-west. Chulu West lies to the north of Annapurna above the small Manang Valley and is the highest of the peaks. The Chulu west peak base camp is situated in a small valley north of Manang, off the main route to the Thorang La pass.

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