Trekking with peak climbing is for those adventure seekers who are energetic, physically fit, and wish for both trek and climbing experience at one go in the Himalayas of Nepal. The Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA) has classified 27 peaks as “trekking peaks” Group A and B. Most Trekking Peaks need a permit (non-refundable) to climb and NMA certified climbing guide that has to manage through an NMA Associate member of the trekking agency in Nepal. We have the authority to run Trekking Peak climbing of the NMA list.
A trekking peak is a mountain ranging from 5800m to 6501m. There are non-technical to very tough technical trekking peaks climbing on the NMA list. Even though it is called ‘Trekking Peak’, all involve climbing activities. We run unique treks and trekking peak climbs in Nepal.
Island Peak is for climbing in the Everest region of Nepal. Locally, it is known as Imja Tse. Internationally, it is popular as Island Peak because it resembles an island in a sea of ice when viewed from Dingboche. The peak is a rise from an extension of the south ridge of Lhotse Shar (8393m. […]view details
Manaslu Circuit with the Larkya Peak (6249m) Climbing is in some sections of the Great Himalayan Trail, Nepal. It is the best choice for beginner climbers who are looking for standard circuit trekking and peak climbing en route. The Manaslu area has been open to foreigners since 1992. The trek route takes to all the […]view details
Mera Peak lies in the Mahalangur Himalayan range and some sections of the Makalu Barun National Park. It is categorized as a trekking peak in Nepal. It has three summits: Mera South (6065m), Mera Central (6470m), and Mera North (6476m). Mera Peak (6470m) Central Climbing is graded as alpine PD, ascending snow, and glacier slopes […]view details
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