In general Peak Climbing or Mountaineering means to touch the Himalayas and experience the atmosphere therein. Mountaineering can be ranged from climbing the highest peak of the world to climbing lower peaks. Having hundreds of Himalayan peaks over 6000 meters, Nepal offers a joy of peak climbing. The Himalayan peaks in the vicinity of the highest mountain of the world have been always a great attraction and climbing them is a dream for many mountain climbers. Nepal became the most popular destination for mountaineering expeditions after the first ascent on Everest in 1953 since then people knew more about amazing climbing opportunities here. Though Nepal has a number of Himalayan peaks to climb only 33 out of them are open to the climbers and these peaks are identified as "Trekking Peaks". Most of the trekking peaks in Nepal are not very technical and can be scaled by any reasonably fit person. A lot of history has been made each year on mountaineering or peak climbing in Nepal leaving their footprints and gathering ultimate satisfaction as well as a lifetime experience. After all, the feeling of standing on top of the Himalayas is second to none.

With her eight peaks above 8000 meters, Nepal is on the focus with outstanding achievements in the world of peak climbing expeditions. Peak climbing is the next step beyond trekking, before scaling the 8000-meter peaks. In Nepal, there are 18 peaks ranging above 5600M. Since 1978 peak climbing is under the control and management of the Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA), which is the authorized organization to issue trekking peak climbing permits. To obtain a Mountaineering permit you should apply through a trekking agency & you should have a climbing guide otherwise permit is not issued.

Almost all the "Trekking Peaks in Nepal" are higher than the highest mountains in Europe, America, or Africa and some of them do require technical climbing skills and only professional climbers should attempt. However, some others can be climbed by first timers with good fitness and basic climbing skills. Most of the peak climbing trips take you through wild and unexplored alpine regions, out of the crowd of regular trekkers. Since peak climbing in Nepal is associated with trekking to the region of that particular peak and has a dual benefit.

The royalty for trekking peaks ranges from US$ 250.00 depending on the particular peak on a per person basis. The permission issued will be valid for a period of one month. For extending the permission, an additional 25% charged of the total amount of the initial fee will be made for each extra week. Please click here for a complete list of NMA peaks and climbing regulations.

Respecting your courage to take a daring mountaineering challenge and being a responsible organizer we provide qualified & trained climbing guides to make your trip successful. Our trained and qualified climbing guides (Sherpas) who have previous climbing experience will be your good companion in the Himalayas. Your success and safety are important to us so neither we compromise with acclimatization days on your climbing itinerary nor service staff just to reduce the costs. Even without compromising the basics, our effort is to offer a trip at the most reasonable price. We do not force you to choose our itinerary nevertheless we will be happy to share your ideas and work together with you to organize your trip as per your choice as far as possible. We will be happy to see you at the top of a Himalayan Peak.

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