Peak Climbing in Nepal
  • Mera Peak Climb

    Mera Peak is an interesting peak positioned in Khumbu Valley. Meera Peak (6,476m) is a thrilling, scenically spectacular mountain which is accepted among the trekkers and the climbers. It is good to know that Meera Peak is the uppermost trekking peak in Khumbu Valley which is positioned on the edging of renowned Khumbu region. To ascend the Meera Peak is the symbol if glory because it is subjugated by the Everest and Meera Peak itself proved to be a unique chance to attempt for those people who are seeking an adventure. Another important fact regarding Meera Peak is a trekker must be physically sound to take the advantages of magical moment. The moment you ascend the Meera Peak and view the Mountains like Kanchenjunga, Lhotse and Cho- Oyu will etched in your psyche. If you are willing to outlook the panoramic views of special Himalayas and then the High Camp, Meera Peak is the ideal spot to paint your imaginings.

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  • Island Peak Climb

    The vast collection of challenging peaks has always allured trekkers to visit Nepal. Tourists from all across the globe enter this mountainous country to try their luck in the thrilling adventure of peak climbing. 33peaks have been officially opened by Nepal Government for climbing till date. Remaining next to the Everest has been the plus point to Island Peak. Most of the travel operators are offering the combined package of ‘Island Peak with Everest Base Camp Trek’. Island Peak is located on the apex of the glacier known as Chukung that acts as the bridge in between two famous mountains of Ama Dablam and Lhotse.

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  • Yala Peak

    Yala Peak is considered as the Nepal’s one of the effortless trekking peaks, positioned at the northern part of Kathmandu and in the attractive Langtang Valley region. Yala Peak (5500 m) does not necessitate any climbing practice. From Kathmandu you will be driving to the Dhunche or Syabru Bensi and after that to trek up the valley taking four days. You will see the sights of Langshisa glacier to facilitate in acclimatize, set up a high camp at 4,800 m from where you will make out the summit. Following an alpine set up beneath stars you will on the summit by late dawn, with some astonishing outlook into the Tibet and crossways to Shisapangma. Yala Peak trek allows you to walk around from side to side of the Langtang National Park. It is counted as a home of the Tamangs, who are similar to the Tibetan. Yala Peak originates from here to the farmland,

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  • Chulu West Peak Climbing

    Chulu West Peak climbing is another popular trekking and peak climbing destination in the Western part of Nepal. Chulu West is 6419 meters tall and is situated along the Annapurna Circuit trail. Like the Pisang Peak, Chulu West Peak also lies in the Annapurna region and is relatively short in altitude as well. It is, however, popular amongst the trekkers and climbers as it is a relatively easier mountain to climb. Chulu West Peak Climbing promises and guarantees a lot of adventure along with the opportunity to cross pass the popular pass of the region—Thorong-La Pass. Located at over 5200 meters of altitude, Thorong-La Pass is one of the major attractions that comes along with the Chulu West Peak Climbing. Crossing past several villages in the Manag valley while making your way to the Chulu Peak will also be an enjoyable memory as you will have the chance to mingle and interact with the local villagers of Manang.

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  • Pisang Peak

    Pisang Peak climbing is one of the exciting peak climbing destinations in Nepal. Pisang Peak is 6091 meters tall in altitude and is situated towards North of the Manang Valley. Portions of Pisang Peak fall under the popular Annapurna Circuit trail. That is also one of the reasons why Pisang Peak is popular amongst the trekkers and climbers despite being just around 6000 meters tall. Pisang is the name of a village in the Manang region which is the starting point of Pisang Peak climbing, but one must be fully prepared before he/she decides to kick start the peak climbing.

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