Peak Climbing In Nepal

Wondering about the most popular climbing peaks in Nepal? Thinking about the right peak to scale among a myriad of choices that suits your taste and experience? Well, look no further, for this list is specifically designed to answer your curiosity and help you pick out the peak you are looking for. Even if you will just be trekking in the Nepalese Himalayas, this article will still be a useful read as most of the peaks mentioned below fall in the vicinity of the trekking routes that you will be traversing in your Nepal trip.

To be able to visit Nepal and not fall in love with the pulchritudinous Himalayan snowy peaks will be a shame. After all, no one can escape the thought climbing atop these glorified snow giants while gazing at them unhurriedly. For such adventure enthusiasts, Peak Climbing can be a great way of fulfilling their inner desires of climbing atop some of these beautiful peaks of Nepal and help them accomplish a surreal feat.

In general Peak Climbing or Mountaineering means to touch the Himalayas and experience the atmosphere there in. 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 on the vicinity of highest mountain of the world have been always a great attraction and climbing them is a dream for many mountain climbers. Nepal became a most popular destination for mountaineering expeditions after the first ascent on Everest in 1953 since then people knew more about amazing climbing opportunities here.

Peak Climbing in Nepal allures and spellbinds thousands of mountaineers and alpinists who love trekking to the base of a peak and climb up to top for a dazzling, bewildering view of the land masses near them. In simple terms, the feeling of overcoming one of the preeminent peaks of Nepal is worth an entire lifetime. Climbers have a lot of option to choose from as there are numerous popular peaks in Nepal to conquer.

Peak climbing is a popular adventure sport in the high Himalayas. Nepal has 1310 identified Himalayan peaks over 6000m including 8 out of 14 highest peaks in the world where as 326 peaks are officially available for climbing and mountaineering. This makes Nepal undoubtedly the best destination for mountaineering and climbing. Thousands of climbers and mountaineers come to Nepal with different motive; some to test their skills and courage while some come to fulfill their desire to summit adventurous Himalayan peak and stand at the top of the world. Peak climbing offers a great chance to climb the Himalayan summit, giving you the taste of being in the wilderness of snow without burning your pocket. It requires medium technical skills and experience for finishing a Peak climbing while it also gives you the experience and basic skills for performing extreme expeditions. Knowledge of using ice-axe, crampons and ropes will come in handy before the actual climb begins. We will assist you in learning the basics of rope handling and using other climbing devices. Our every climbing trek is guided by the trained and experienced guides who are registered under the Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA).

Apart from the obvious highlights of peak climbing in Nepal like awe-inspiring Himalayan landscapes, exploration to revered high altitude monasteries, cultural encounter in Sherpa Villages, great walking through the woodlands of protected areas it offers a lot more. For example, the panorama of snow-capped peaks in the neighborhood from the summit of any peak is an exceptional view. Treading over the glacial trails, camping in the absolute wilderness in between lofty peaks, gripping rope works, and interesting crampon skills are the challenging highlights of peak climbing in Nepal.

Island peak and Mera Peaks are the top royalty earner mountain peaks of Nepal navigated in Mt. Everest region. Both climbing peaks are popular among the adventure community in the world. Chulu East peak is another giant climbing peak in the Annapurna circuit trek route. Tent peak (known as Tharpu Chuli) and Yala Peak are royalty-free climbing peaks in Nepal those are located in Annapurna Base Camp and Lang-tang Valley. Lobuche peak and Naya kanga peak are less touristic climbing peaks navigated in the corner of Everest Chola pass trekking and Langtang National Park.

Respecting your courage to take a daring mountaineering challenge and being responsible organizer we provides qualified & trained climbing guides to make your trip successful one. Our trained and qualified climbing guides (Sherpas) who have previous climbing experience will be your good companion in the Himalaya. Your success and safety is important to us so neither we compromise with acclimatization days on your climbing itinerary nor service staffs just to reduce the costs. Even without compromising the basics, our effort is to offer a trip at 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 on the top of a Himalayan Peak.

 

Choosing the right climbing peak in Nepal

The mystic Himalayas of Nepal feature a wide range of climbing peaks of varying remoteness and difficulty. There is no such thing as a one-size-fits-all climbing peak that’s suitable for everyone. Different people have different sets of skills, time and preference, which means that some research is required before choosing a peak.

Best time for peak climbing in Nepal

Traveling to Nepal is good for all seasons however for trekking and mountain climbing holidays, spring and Autumn seasons are best. You can climb the peaks in Nepal any of your suitable time with the full support and guiding service by Sherpa and paying teak/climbing permit royalty through the local trek company. However, the best and suitable time for peak climbing in Nepal is spring (March till May) and Autumn September till November) season.  These seasons are best for trekking in Nepal. Because of less rain, less snow level in the mountains, and pretty warm weather in the mountain, many people participant for climbing and expedition to the Himalayas to get the successful summit.

How to climb the mountain peak in Nepal

To climb the peaks in Nepal you are required physically fit and fine,  arrange the peak climbing permits through the Trekking company via NMA (Neal Mountaineering Association) by applying full of the information of your personal detail. A License holder climbing Sherpa is required for climbing peaks in Nepal. Most of the climbing peaks to climb; you need to prepare personal climbing equipment gears. That climbing gears, you may bring from your home either can hire from Kathmandu or near to Base camp. Or, you can buy a package with an all-inclusive tour through the Nepali company.  The local climbing Sherpa instruct you some of the basic knowledge of climbing rules, to use the gears and safety instruction. Most of the climbing peaks of Nepal you will get summit the same day and within a day come back to base camp. So, it means every climber they spend minimum 2 to 3 days in Base camp for climbing. The rest of the time they do involve trekking to and back from Kathmandu.

Info for Peak Climbing Royalty and Size of Expedition Team

  • More than one team may be permitted to climb Sagarmatha (Mt. Everest) by separate routes in one season.
  • A royalty of US$ 50,000 has been fixed for Sagarmatha for a team consisting of 7 members. The team may include 5 more members provided if it pays extra US$ 10,000 for each additional member. The royalty includes trekking fee of the team members. The team members will be granted three months visas. Additional US$ 20,000 will have to be paid by the team willing to scale Sagarmatha by normal South East Ridge route.
  • In all regions including Khumbu, an expedition team can have up to 7 members forthe minimum royalty, and 5 more members for the additional royalty.
  • The team already permitted to scale Sagarmatha will have to pay US$ 10.000 if it intends to change the ascent route. It will have to pay additional US$ 20.000 if it intends to change the ascent route to normal South East Ridge route.
  • For peaks other than Sagarmatha, the team will have to pay additional 25% of the royalty in US dollars to change the ascent route.
  • Expedition team must complete all necessary administrative formalities and procedures in order to take back the garbage of the expedition team to their respective countries, after the completion of the expedition. Ministry of Culture, Tourism & Civil Aviation will take necessary monetary deposit from them, which will be refunded after the dispatch of garbage from Nepal.

Royalty Structure for NMA Peaks:

-Royalty for foreign climber per person in US dollar.

Group "A"

     

Cost/Season→

Spring

Autumn

Winter

Summer

SN

Name of the peak

Region

Height↓

March-April
-May

Sept-Oct
-Nov

Dec-Jan
-Feb

June-July
-August

1.

Mt Cholatse

Khumbu

6440m

US$-250

US$-125

US$-70

US$-70

2.

Mt. Machhermo

Mahalangur

6273m

US$-250

US$-125

US$-70

US$-70

3.

Mt. Kyazo Ri

Mahalangur

6186m

US$-250

US$-125

US$-70

US$-70

4.

Mt.Phari Lapcha

Mahalangur

6017m

US$-250

US$-125

US$-70

US$-70

5.

Mt. Nirekha

Mahalangur

6159m

US$-250

US$-125

US$-70

US$-70

6.

Mt. Langsisa Ri

Jugal

6427m

US$-250

US$-125

US$-70

US$-70

7.

Mt. Ombigaichen

Mahalangur

6340m

US$-250

US$-125

US$-70

US$-70

8.

Mt. Bokta

Kanchenjunga

6143m

US$-250

US$-125

US$-70

US$-70

9.

Mt. Chekigo

Gaurishankar

6257m

US$-250

US$-125

US$-70

US$-70

10.

Mt. Lobuje West

Khumbu

6145m

US$-250

US$-125

US$-70

US$-70

11.

Mt. Larkya Peak

Manaslu

6010m

US$-250

US$-125

US$-70

US$-70

12.

Mt. ABI

Mahalangur

6097m

US$-250

US$-125

US$-70

US$-70

13.

Mt. Yubra Himal

Langtang Himal

6035m

US$-250

US$-125

US$-70

US$-70

Group "B"

     

Cost/Season→

Spring

Autumn

Winter

Summer

SN

Name of the peak

Region

Height↓

March-April
-May

Sept-Oct
-Nov

Dec-Jan
-Feb

June-July
-August

1.

Hiunchuli

Annapurna Himal

6441m

US$-250

US$-125

US$-70

US$-70

2.

Singu Chuli (Fluted Peak)

Annapurna Himal

6501m

US$-400

US$-200

US$-100

US$-100

3.

Mera Peak

Khumbu Himal

6470m

US$-250

US$-125

US$-70

US$-70

4.

Kusum Kangru

Khumbu Himal

6367m

US$-250

US$-125

US$-70

US$-70

5.

Kwangde

Khumbu Himal

6011m

US$-250

US$-125

US$-70

US$-70

6.

Chulu West

Manang district

6427m

US$-250

US$-125

US$-70

US$-70

7.

Chulu East

Manang district

6584m

US$-400

US$-200

US$-100

US$-100

8.

Imja Tse (Island Peak)

Khumbu Himal

6160m

US$-250

US$-125

US$-70

US$-70

9.

Pharchamo

Rolwaling Himal

6187m

US$-250

US$-125

US$-70

US$-70

10.

Lobuje

Khumbu Himal

6119m

US$-250

US$-125

US$-70

US$-70

11.

Ramdung

Rolwaling Himal

5925m

US$-250

US$-125

US$-70

US$-70

12.

Pisang Peak

Manang district

6091m

US$-250

US$-125

US$-70

US$-70

13.

Khongma Tse (Mehra Peak)

Khumbu Himal

5849m

US$-250

US$-125

US$-70

US$-70

14.

Ganja La Chuli (Naya Kanga)

Langtang Himal

5844m

US$-250

US$-125

US$-70

US$-70

15.

Pokhalde

Khumbu Himal

5806m

US$-250

US$-125

US$-70

US$-70

16.

Paldor Peak

Langtang Himal

5896m

US$-250

US$-125

US$-70

US$-70

 

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