Top 5 Peak Best Climbing in Nepal
Top 5 Peak Best Climbing in Nepal
Are you planning to spend your upcoming holiday on a mountain in Nepal? Wait!. As per the list provided by the Nepal Mountaineering Association, there are 33 different climbing peaks in Nepal.
A number large enough to confuse anyone, who is planning their first attempt on peaks in Nepal, right?.
Well, we are here to flood you with information, in order to help you make an informed decision, which definitely is the best thing to do than to be disappointed later.
So, first things first! Peaks below the elevation of 7000m are categorized under climbing peaks in Nepal. These peaks are relatively easier to climb requires very less or no special equipment and training to climb. The maximum climbing period is less than 5 days. In total, there are 33 climbing peaks in Nepal. These peaks are categorized into two groups: Group A and Group B. 15 out of 33 peaks fall under Group A and the remaining 18 falls under Group B.
Now, if this really is your first peak attempt, then you should definitely look for the options that best suit your requirements. Therefore, let’s proceed on a journey to discover the ‘best climbing peaks’ in Nepal.
Here are Top 5 Best Peak Climbing in Nepal
Mera Peak Climbing is an exhilarating adventure in Nepal that gives you an opportunity to reach the summit of Mera Peak at more than 6400m above sea level.
Actually, it is the highest climbing (without permit) peak in Nepal 6476m. Enjoy excellent views of the high Himalayas that include Everest, Cho Oyu, Makalu, Kanchenjunga, Lhotse, and other neighboring peaks during our Mera Peak adventure that comprises a short mountain flight to Lukla, followed by trekking through Sherpa inhabited villages.
Island Peak Climb and mountain peak “3 Passes Trek” takes us to a series of beautiful turquoise lakes within the Gokyo valley, including the well known Renjo La Cho La and Kongma La Pass. Before reaching Island Peak we pass through Mt. Everest Base Camp. On our 19 day journey, we ascend to Gokyo Ri and Kala Patthar which provide a magnificent close-up view of the beautiful views of the world’s highest Himalaya mountains, including Khumbu, Pumo Ri, Lingtren, Khumbutse, Lola, Mt. Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, Ama Dablam, Lobuche Peak
The best time to go trekking in Nepal is in Autumn (September-November) and in spring (March-May) thus avoiding the monsoon season. The Lobuche Peak is the second most popular climbing peak in the Khumbu Region after Island Peak. It too follows the classic Everest Base Camp Trek route up to Gorakshep (5180m). Starting with a scenic flight into the high altitude airport at Tenzing Hillary airport Lukla, your first trek to Namche Bazaar and Tengboche Monastery.
Chulu Far East Peak Climbing is one of the most amazing peaks in the Annapurna circuit. It is also well suited for an expedition-style ascent with group leaders playing an active role in establishing the intermediary camps while preparing for the climbing. This is the natural combination of trekking trail near to the Annapurna range passing through the Manang valley and Thorong La. You should be very fit and have good experience with This spectacular Himalayan scenery, and trekking and mountaineering challenges. At the time of this peak climbing, we will pass through the dense forest area of pine, fir, oak tree admiring the natural vegetation of this region.
Larke Peak Climbing of Manaslu area is even recently opened by the Nepal government for the trekkers. Manaslu has still its own normal astounding of excellence that each trekker can have the most extreme fulfillment of nature’s heaven here. Tamang and Sherpa people group’s differing society and convention make the adventure captivating and ever paramount. This trek starts from Gorkha alongside Larke pass (5420 m.) and prorogues at long last Besisahar.
Note: Choose the right peak for you. Do some research! Make sure that ‘fairly easy’ doesn’t mean a simple climb. You need to be familiar with the use of climbing gear. We are always there with the expertise from years of experience leading the expedition to help you with planning and execution from start to the end of the trip.