Ice climbing in Nepal involves the frozen waterfall, rocky ledges, and cliffs covered in frozen water flow in the middle of winter (January and February) at the foot of Himalaya. This kind of winter adventure sport in Nepal is for those who aspire to Climb Mountains 6000m begin with ice climbing. Technically, our guide takes good care of a beginner or an expert from starting single pitch to multi-pitch climbing of ice that rises from 20m to several hundred meters. We take you where ice is reliable and safe for climbing. There are a number of different ice climbing routes on the frozen waterfalls in the Annapurna, Everest, Langtang, and Rowling region in the winter. The frozen waterfalls are easily accessed in a couple of days of hiking in the Annapurna and Langtang compared to the Everest and Rowling region.
First of all, the guide does lead climb and place ice screws for protection while climbing up. Led climbing on ice is scary and needs practice. We recommend to beginners do top-rope climbing and led climb on the easy routes. Experienced climbers can do led climbing in the technical routes as well.
Which types of equipment do I need for Ice Climbing in Nepal?
The air is clear, the temperature is cold and winter snow covers the trail. So, you need the proper warm equipment to shield yourself from chill out and need some technical climbing gear for the Ice Climbing in Nepal. This is as follows Ice Climbing equipment lists.
We have some proper gear for renting facilities if you do not have it.
When is Ice Climbing Festival in Nepal?
There celebrate Ice Climbing Festival in Manang, Annapurna region in February each year. There is also an opportunity for Ice Climbing Courses with IFMGA Guides during the festival period. Register your interest for future Ice Climbing competitions or courses on the shadows of Annapurnas. We are here and ready to accept your booking. We will keep you up-to-date with preparation advice and no payment required until the trip is confirmed to operate. You can also trek to Annapurna Circuit after you participated in the Ice Climbing Festival.