Nepal Peak Climbing

  • Nepal Peak Climbing (Nepal Mountaineering)

    The two most popular mountaineering routes in Nepal for those who want to try a real 6000 Himalayan are found in the Everest Hindu Valley region.
    These are the trekking peaks of Mera Peak 6476m and Island Peak 6189m.
    The Méra Peak is a snow race with moderate slopes and an ascent without great difficulty for a trained mountaineer.
    Island Peak is at the foot of the Lhotse massif. It presents more difficulties. From the lakes of Gokyo and the Kala Pattar you will enjoy the prestigious view of the Himalayas.

    From the top of these 2 peaks extends one of the most beautiful panorama of Nepal with its 8000 including Cho Oyu, Everest, Lhotse, Baruntse, Makalu, Kanchenjunga.
    The path crosses pine and rhododendron forests and passes through many villages where we meet different communities: Sherpa, Tamang, Brahman, Chhetri and Newar.

                                                                        Mount Mera mouuntaineering (6654m);











    Peaks Currently Open:

    18 Peaks opened for trekking groups with permission from Nepal
    Mountaineering Association (NMA) are divided into groups A & B below.

    Group A: US $300.00 Climbing Royalty for up to 9 persons: Height in Meters

    No. Peak Height (in meters) Region
    01 Hiunchuli 6441 Annapurna
    02 Singu Chuli 6501 Annapurna
    03 Mera Peak 6654 Khumbu
    04 Kusum Kangru 6367 Khumbu
    05 Kwandge 6011 Khumbu
    06 Chulu West 6419 Annapurna
    07 Chuku East 6584 Annapurna
    08 Island Peak 6160 Khumbu
    09 Parchemuche 6187 Rolwalling
    10 Lubuje 6119 Khumbu
    11 Ramdung 5925 Rolwalling
    12 Pisang Peak 6091 Annapurna

    Group B: US $150.00 Climbing Royalty for up to 9 persons: Height in Meters

    No. Peak Height (in meters) Region
    13 Tent Peak 5663 Annapurna
    14 Khongma Tse 5849 Khumbu
    15 Naya Kanga 5844 Langtang
    16 Pokhalde 5806 Khumbu
    17 Mardi Himal 5587 Annapurna
    18 Palder Peak 5896 Langtang

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