Peak Climbing in Nepal
Peak Climbing is a thrilling and popular adventure sport in the Towering Himalayas. There are more than 1300 peaks identified as the best for mountaineering and peak climbing in Nepal. The high Himalayas have always proven to be an exhilarating pursuit of Extreme Adventure. Get your ice axe, crampons, and fixed ropes ready to fulfill your dream of a lifetime. Each year, thousands of climbers and mountaineers visit Nepal with a motive. It could be to test their climbing skills and courage or to fulfill their desire to stand at the top of the world.
Peak Climbing offers a great chance to climb and experience the taste of being in the wilderness of snow. It requires some technical skills, along with the use of an ice axe, crampons, and ropes. You need not worry, as proper guidance and assistance are provided regarding the use and handling of your climbing devices. We have a fleet of highly knowledgeable and trained guides who are registered under the Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA). Our climbing guides are locals who belong to this vicinity and are familiar with the mountains and routes they step on.
We offer peak climbing in the months of Spring (March–May), Summer (June–August), and Autumn (September-November). However, the Winter (December–February) are only for extreme adventure seekers. The temperature during these months’ drops drastically, combined with heavy snowfall in the higher parts, making it difficult to trek.
The most popular ones for adventure climbing in the Himalayan region are Mera Peak, Island Peak, Lobuche Peak, Cholatse, and Island Peakvia Amphu Lapcha Pass. For the Annapurna Region, we have Chulu East Peak, Tent Peak, Saribung Peak, and Hiunchuli. These climbing trips are always offered and are open for booking. You can join Trekking Planner Inc.'s group for a fixed departure or form your own private group by informing us. The trips are open to both private and joined groups, so make the most of them while peak climbing with us in Nepal.