There is no doubt to proudly announce that Nepal is a country full of mountain with eight out of ten highest peaks in the world. Mt. Everest (8,848 meters), Kanchenjunga (8,586 meters), Lhotse (8,516 meters), Makalu (8,481 meters), Cho Oyu (8,201 meters), Dhaulagiri (8,167 meters), Manaslu (8,156 meters) Annapurna (8,091 meters) are the major top ten highest peaks, proudly situated in Nepal with two other peaks as K2 (8,611 meters as second highest peak) and Nanga Parbat (8,126 meters as ninth highest peak).

 

 

Peak Climbing in Nepal is one of the most challenging and equally adventurous and thrilling journey into the Himalayas of Nepal. True adventure seekers are well fitted for this ultimate trip for obtaining unforgettable moments and memories into the heavenly places in the higher elevated mountains of Nepal. However, it is very essential for the climber to have perfect physical and mental fitness with sufficient knowledge of using ice-axe, crampons and ropes and good tolerance level for making this adventurous journey possible, easier or comfortable. Moreover, although each and every peak climbing in Nepal are adventurous, challenging, thrilling and enjoyable, some of the factor makes them comparable (might be small portion). There are 33 trekking peaks in Nepal, categorized as trekking peaks by Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA). Among 33 peaks, Island Peak Climbing, Mera Peak Climbing, Chulu West Peak Climbing, Lobuche Peak Climbing, Tharpu Chuli Peak Climbing and Singu Chuli Peak Climbing are most popular Peak climbing in Nepal.

 

 

However, there are 33 trekking peaks categorized by Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA) categorized in two groups as ‘A’ and ‘B’ according to their level of difficulties and challenges. These peaks are situated in between the elevation range of 5,500 meters to 6,600 meters with 15 peaks in group ‘A’ category and 18 peaks in group ‘B’ category. These categories are specially designed to inform the mountaineers about the level of difficulties, challenges in climbing the peak as well as the trail leading to and through the journey. However, there are some specific rules, regulations and restrictions made by government of Nepal because of economic, safety and environmental factors of the country and special permits are the most for climbing these peaks.

The short brief about all the trekking peaks with their falling groups and summary of the trip is listed below:-

 

Group ‘A’ Peaks:

Cholatse Peak Climbing

Elevation: 6,440 meters from sea level
Location: Khumbu Region of Nepal
Grade: Very Strenuous
Best Season: Autumn (September to November) & spring (March to May)

Mt. Cholatse is one of the harder peaks to be climbed because of the trail and narrow snow ice ridge leading towards the peak. Cholatse Peak Climbing trip offers amazing views of Mt. Everest, Nuptse, Lhotse and many other peaks along with surprising landscapes and dramatic views of beautiful Khumbu region. You can also explore the Sherpa people and their unexploited culture and tradition during this journey.

Machermo Peak Climbing

Elevation: 6,237 meters above sea level
Location: Khumbu Region of Nepal
Grade: Difficult
Best Season: Autumn (September to November) & spring (March to May)

Mt. Machermo is one of the most interesting peaks to be climbed because of the trekking trail passing through Yak pasture towards base camp, which is set up above the rocky meadows and moraine. Machermo Peak Climbing trail follows the most adventurous and enjoyable trail passing through the off the beaten trail offering amazing scenic and mountain views. You can enjoy the beautiful views of mountains like Amadablam, Lhotse Shar, Nuptse, Lhotse and Everest, from the summit of the peak which are truly gazing.

 

Kyazo Ri Peak Climbing

Elevation: 6,151 meters from sea level
Location: Khumbu Region of Nepal
Grade: Moderate
Best Season: Autumn (September to November) & spring (March to May)

Mt. Kyazo Ri is one of the less attempted peak to climb because of some difficulties, unpopular and challenging trail leading to the top of the peak. Kyazo Ri Peak Climbing journey follows completely unfrequented trail into the virgin majestic world of the Himalayas. The peak looks much attractive with the sharp edged summit presenting eye-catchy views of Mt. Cho Oyu (eighth highest peak in the world) and the vast expanse of Tibet.

 

Phari Lapcha Peak Climbing

Elevation: 6,017 meters above sea level
Location: Khumbu Region of Nepal
Grade: Difficult
Best Season: Autumn (September to November) and spring (March to May)

Mt. Phari Lapcha is one of the beautiful peaks with pyramid-shaped summit rising from the yak pastures in Gokyo valley, close to Gokyo village. Phari Lapcha Peak Climbing trip follows the off the beaten trail which is much challenging and reaching to the top of the peak is really difficult but equally presents satisfying offerings, which will never disappoint you. Moreover, you can enjoy amazing views of Mt. Everest, Nuptse, Lhotse, Makalu, Baruntse, Ama Dablam from the summit of the peak.

 

Nirekha Peak Climbing

Elevation: 6,159 meters above sea level
Location: Khumbu Region of Nepal
Grade: Very Strenuous
Best Season: Autumn (September to November) and spring (March to May)

Mt. Nirekha is one of the most difficult peaks to be climbed, which requires straightforward climb to the summit of the peak. There are various challenges in the climbing session, i.e. you need to pass about 1,200 meters distance by the use of ice-axe, crampons and rope works. However, there are two routes to touch the summit of the peak, i.e. through Kanchung Base Camp and Lake Base Camp. Nirekha Peak Climbing trip offers mesmerizing views of high mountains like Mt. Everest, Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Nuptse, Mt. Cho Oyu and other surrounding Himalayan ranges, from the top of the peak.

 

Langsisa Ri Peak Climbing

Elevation: 6,427 meters above sea level
Location: Langtang Region of Nepal
Grade: Challenging
Best Season: Autumn (September to November) & spring (March to May)

Mt. Langsisa Ri is one of the complicated and challenging peaks to be climbed because of the leading unfrequented and challenging trekking trail towards the peak. Despite of being challenges and obstacles for climbing the peak, the journey is really adventurous and offers lots of opportunities to explore and experience into the mystical world of countryside and Himalayas. Langsisa Ri Peak Climbing trip presents amazing views of mountains like Langtang Lirung, Dorje Lakpa, Ganesh Himal, Yala Peak, Shishapangma, Naya Kanga and many mountains along with wonderful landscapes and scenic nature from the summit of the peak.

 

 

Bokta Peak Climbing

Elevation: 6,143 meters from sea level
Location: Kanchenjunga Region of Nepal
Grade: Moderate
Best Season: Autumn (September to November) & spring (March to May)

Mt. Bokta is one of the least climbed peaks in Nepal because of its situation and the virgin trail as well as challenges leading to the summit of the peak. Bokta Peak Climbing journey offers you to explore the untouched and unexploited nature with ultimate wilderness and unforgettable journey into the mystical land of eastern Nepal. The overall journey is mixed with wonders and fears, from where you can experience ultimate moments in your life. From the summit of the peak you can enjoy mesmerizing views of Mt. Kanchenjunga, Kumbhakarana peak, Dhormo peak, Nupcha peak and eye-catchy lush valleys and landscapes and encountering various vegetation and wildlife, while leading through trekking trail.

 

Chekigo Peak Climbing

Elevation: 6,143 meters above sea Level
Location: Rolwaling Region of Nepal
Grade: Challenging
Best Season: Autumn (September to November) & spring (March to May)

Mt. Chekigo is one of the least or rarely climbed peak lying between Khumbu and Rolwaling valleys offering lots of opportunities to its visitors. The peak is itself beautiful and in addition, is surrounded by most popular beautiful peaks like Mt. Gaurishankar, Mt. Dragkar Go and Mt. Bishep Go Sher. Chekigo Peak Climbing trip follows the off the beaten trail offering lots of scenic and amazing mountain views and passing through one of the highest pass, i.e. Tashi Lapsta La Pass (5,755 meters). Moreover, you can enjoy mesmerizing views of Mt. Chekigo itself and its all surrounding peaks, from the summit of the peak.

 

 

Ombigaichen Peak Climbing

Elevation: 6,340 meters above sea level
Location: Khumbu Region of Nepal
Grade: Challenging
Best Season: Autumn (September to November) & spring (March to May)

Mt. Ombigaichen is a challenging and most rarely climbed peak in Nepal offering lots of adventures and explorations to its trekkers. Although the trip faces lots of challenges following unfrequented trail leading to the peak, it is good for true adventure seekers to explore around virgin world of Himalayas. However, proper acclimatization makes the journey easier and enjoyable. Ombigaichen Peak Climbing trip offers mesmerizing views of high mountains like Mt. Everest, Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Nuptse, Mt. Makalu, Mt. Baruntse, Ama Dablam and various other peaks.

 

Lobuche West Peak Climbing

Elevation: 6,119 meters above sea level
Location: Khumbu Region of Nepal
Grade: Challenging, difficult Steep Snow Slopes
Best Season: Autumn (September to November) and spring (March to May)

Mt. Lobuche West is one of the highest trekking peaks in Nepal, which faces ultimate challenges and requires proper training and guidelines to reach the summit of the peak. Lobuche West Peak Climbing journey passes through beautiful rhododendron forests and high suspension bridges, requiring climbs through steep and icy slopes before touching the summit of the peak. However, you can enjoy the overwhelming uplifting vistas of 6,000 meters – 8,000 meters above mountains from the summit of the peak.

 

Larkya Peak Climbing

Elevation: 6,249 meters above sea level
Location: Manaslu Region of Nepal
Grade: Moderate, Challenging
Best Season: Autumn (September to November) and spring (March to May)

Mt. Larkya is one of the high elevated (6,249 meters) trekking peaks in Nepal, explored by few climbers, as the journey lies in restricted Manaslu zone. Larkya Peak Climbing trip follows the off the beaten trail into the virgin mystical world of unexploited nature and trail. This adventurous trip passes through narrow Budi Gandaki River valley, various Tibetan-influenced villages and diverse landscapes adding more and more opportunities for your exploration as well as research. However, the summit of the peak offers mesmerizing views of mountains like Manaslu North, Mt. Manaslu I, Annapurna ranges and Ganesh Himal, which looks really amazing.

 

ABI Peak Climbing

Elevation: 6,097 meters above sea level
Location: Khumbu Region of Nepal
Grade: Difficult
Best Season: Autumn (September to November) and spring (March to May)

Mt. Abi is one of the high peaks in Mahalangur range of Khumbu Region of Nepal. This peak is one of the very rarely climbed peaks, less than 6 times offering lots of unexplored and inexperienced opportunities in one of the heavenly place of Nepal. However, Abi Peak Climbing is technically difficult peaks to be climbed because of having challenging ridges, requiring ice climbing to reach the summit of the peak. Moreover, your journey passes through few high passes enjoying the scenic as well as mountain views and steeping into 6,097 meters elevation into one of the mystical world of Himalayas.

 

Yabra Peak Climbing

Elevation: 6,035 meters above sea level
Location: Langtang Region of Nepal
Grade: Difficult
Best Season: Autumn (September to November) and spring (March to May)

Mt. Yabra is one of the rarely climbed peaks in Nepal, with less than 10 attempts, allowing its climbers to explore completely unfrequented trail wilderness into the mystical world of Himalayas. However, Yabra Peak Climbing requires sufficient knowledge and ideas of using ropes, ice-axe, crampons, harness, tent etc. properly.

 

Chhukung Ri Peak Climbing

Elevation: 5,550 meters above sea level
Location: Khumbu Region of Nepal
Grade: Moderate
Best Season: Autumn (September to November) and spring (March to May)

Mt. Chhukung Ri is one of the most demanding climbing peaks and is one of the popularly known KHUMBU THREE PEAKS, where Pokalde and Island peak are other two peaks. But, the peak is considered as unpopular peak and is very rarely climbed. Chhukung Ri Peak Climbing trip offers enjoyable scenic and mountain views like Mt. Everest, Nuptse, Lhotse, Makalu, Baruntse, Ama Dablam, Cholaste, Thamserku, Kantega and Tawache peak.

 

Yala Peak Climbing

Elevation: 5,732 meters from sea level
Location: Langtang Region of Nepal
Grade: Moderate
Best Season: Autumn (September to November) and spring (March to May)

Mt. Yala is one of the easier peaks to be climbed, perfectly feasible for adventure seekers and beginner mountaineers as it necessarily doesn’t requires any climbing experiences but offering the most adventurous journey in the lap of Himalayas. Yala Peak Climbing journey takes you through rich natural and cultural heritages with amazing scenic and mountain views. However, Tserko Ri (4,984 meters) and Kanjing Ri (4,600 meters) are the perfect destination for acclimatization before starting to climb the peak.

 

Group ‘B’ Peaks

Hiunchuli Peak Climbing

Elevation: 6,441 meters above the sea level
Location: Annapurna Region of Nepal
Grade: Difficult
Best Season: Autumn & Spring

Mt. Hiunchuli is the 4th highest elevated trekking peaks in Nepal, lying in most popular Annapurna Region of Nepal. Hiunchuli Peak Climbing trip allows you to experience mixed culture and traditions of different ethnicity and observe mesmerizing natural heritages and sceneries along with gazing views of diverse landscape. You can enjoy amazing views of Mt. Dhaulagiri, Mt. Annapurna I, Annpurna II, Annapurna III, Annapurna IV, Annapurna south, Hiunchuli, Mt. Machhapuchhare, Mt. Nilgiri, Lamjung Himal, Tukuche peak and many more mountain vistas from the summit of the peak.

 

Singu Chuli Peak Climbing

Elevation: 6,501 meters above sea level
Location: Annapurna Region of Nepal
Grade: Difficult and Challenging
Best Season: Autumn and spring

Mt. Singu Chuli (Flute Peak) is one of the highest trekking peaks in Nepal and is considered as attractive and pretty-looking Mountain from visual and climbing point of view. In addition, the peak is the difficult peak to be climbed and faces challenges in higher elevation and a vertical wall near the summit of the peak. Singu Chuli Peak Climbing passes through off the beaten trail passing through terraced farmland, traditional villages, Oak, Rhododendron forests, sparkling streams and wonderful waterfalls towards the world of snow and ice. You can enjoy surprising views of Machhapuchhre, Annapurna I and Hiunchuli from summit of the peak.

 

Mera Peak Climbing

Elevation: 6,461 meters above sea level
Location: Khumbu Region of Nepal
Grade: Difficult and challenging
Best Season: Autumn (September to November) and spring (March to May)

Mera Peak is one of the most popular and highest trekking peaks in Nepal, which is technically as well as physically demanding. Mera Peak Climbing trip follows off the beaten or unfrequented trail offering various opportunities of explorative untouched nature along with adventure and thrills in your mind. However, Mera Peak is only a peak from where you can observe mesmerizing views of five out of six tallest peaks in the world, i.e. Mt. Everest, Mt. Kanchenjunga, Mt. Makalu, Mt. Lhotse and Mt. Cho Oyo.

 

Kusum Kangru Peak Climbing

Elevation: 6,367 meters above sea level
Location: Khumbu Region of Nepal
Grade: Difficult
Best Season: Autumn and spring

Mt. Kusum Kangru is one of the best trekking peaks in nepal, which also acts as the border between Hinku valley in the north and Dudhkoshi valley in the south. There are two routes for getting onto the summit of the peak, i.e. North-East Ridge and South-East Ridge and considered as the difficult peak to be climbed because of many unsuccessful attempts to the peak. However, Kusum Kangru Peak Climbing trip offers surprising panoramic views of the Himalayan vistas and mountains such as Mt. Everest, Mt. Cho Oyu, Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Makalu, Nuptse, Thamserku, Amadablam, Kwongde and various other high peaks. Moreover, this pesk is also taken as the great testing point for true adventure seekers or mountaineers to show off their skills and capability to reach the summit of the peak.

 

Chulu West Peak Climbing

Elevation: 6,419 meters above the sea level
Location: Annapurna Region of Nepal
Grade: Difficult and challenging
Best Season: Autumn (September to November) and spring (March to May)

Chulu West Peak is one of the best trekking peaks in Nepal taking you to the mystical world of Himalayas offering ultimate experience and explorations. The trekking trail leading to the summit of the peak is consisting of challenging and thrilling paths with narrow ridges, compulsorily requiring previous climbing experience for mountaineers. Chulu West Peak Climbing trip offers gorgeous views of spectacular mountains, Himalayan vistas and wonderful landscapes and a rare chance to deep insight into mixture of ethnic culture of Nepalese society. You can also enjoy surprising views of giant Dhaulagiri, Nilgiri, Annapurna, and many other Himalaya peaks, which are really beautiful.

 

Chulu East Peak Climbing

Elevation: 6,584 meters above sea level
Location: Annapurna Region of Nepal
Grade: Difficult
Best Season: Autumn (September to November) and spring (March to May)

Mt. Chulu East is one of the highest trekking peaks in Nepal and is a difficult peak to be climbed strictly requiring previous climbing experience in the alpine mountain with strong physical fitness. However, Chulu East Peak Climbing trip is mixed with classic trek around Annapurna circuit trek, crossing one of the high pass, Thorong La Pass and ascending the Marshyangdi valley and descending the Kali Gandaki valley to Pokhara valley. You can capture eye-catchy views of views of giant Dhaulagiri, Manaslu, Annapurna (II, III and IV), Gangapurna, Glacier Dome and Tilicho peak from the summit of the peak.

 

Island Peak Climbing

Elevation: 6,189 meters above sea level
Location: Khumbu Region of Nepal
Grade: Moderate
Best Season: Spring and autumn seasons

Island Peak (also known as Imja Tse) is one of the perfect trekking peaks lying in Sagarmatha National Park and is a most beautiful peak from its looks. The peak seems like island between seas of ice while seeing it from Dingboche. The major highlights of Island Peak Climbing includes observing mesmerizing views of Mt. Everest and various high peaks in Khumbu Region, enjoying with amazing Khumbu ice fall, visiting Everest Base Camp, glaciers and exploring around Namche Bazaar and Tengboche Monastery.

 

Parchemuche Peak Climbing

Elevation: 6,187 meters above sea level
Location: Rolwaling Region of Nepal
Grade: Moderate
Best Season: Spring (March to May) and autumn (October to November)

Mt. Parchemuche (Parmacho Peak) is the most attractive peaks in nepal covered with snow located towards the south of Tasi Lapcha (5,755 meters). Parchemuche Peak Climbing trip offers amazing views of wonderful high alpine valley, scenic nature and magnificent mountain views including Langtang, Everest, Gauri Shankar, Dorje Lakpa, Chobabhamre, Menlungtse, Tashi Lapcha and many other peaks. Moreover, on a clear day, you can enjoy mesmerizing views of entire Langtang and Rolwaling Region, Mt. Everest, Cho Oyu and Gyachung Kang.

 

Lobuche East Peak Climbing

Elevation: 6,119 meters above sea level
Location: Khumbu Region of Nepal
Grade: Challenging
Best Season: Spring (April and May) and autumn (October and November)

Lobuche East Peak is one of the adventurous and equally challenging climbing peaks, mostly popular for its rewarding adventure, views and sceneries. The location of the peak is also in perfect spot lying close to Khumbu Glacier and hence the journey can be combined with Everest Vase Camp trek and Kala Pattar. However, Lobuche East Peak Climbing trip follows the most popular trekking route allowing you to experience the enriched culture and traditions of Sherpa and Tamang community and interact with them. You can enjoy the amazing views of magnificent Mt. Everest, Amadablam, Lhotse, Nuptse, Annapurna, Machhapuchhre and Dhaulagiri and eye-catchy natural sceneries with wonderful landscapes and cascading waterfalls.

 

Kwangde Peak Climbing

Elevation: 6,011 meters above sea level
Location: Khumbu Region of Nepal
Grade: Difficult
Best Season: Autumn and spring season

Kwangde Peak (also known as Kongde Peak) is one of the most demanding peaks to be climbed and have its very impressive looks formed by multi-summited ridge at the eastern end of the Lumding Himal. The peak is considered as one of the hardest peak to be climbed and very few successful ascents are made to the summit of the peak. However, Kwangde Peak Climbing trip allows you to observe mesmerizing views of Mt. Everest, Mt. Makalu, Mt. Cho Oyu and other peaks of Everest & Rolwaling Himalayan Ranges, explore the high alpine valleys, visit authentic Sherpa cultures and enjoy with impressive mountain glaciers in the midst of the world’s towering mountains.

 

Ramdung Peak Climbing

Elevation: 5,925 meters from sea level
Location: Rolwaling Region of Nepal
Grade: Challenging
Best Season: Autumn (September, October and November) & spring (March, April and May)

Ramdung Peak is one of the challenging peaks to be climbed because of its situation in remotest part of the country. Despite of being challenging, this trip equally offers unbelievable proximity to the Himalayas and wonderful nature, which will surely surprise you. Ramdung Peak Climbing trip passes through dense jungles, beautiful suspension bridges, cross fast flowing rivers and deep valleys towards the most beautiful ice glacial Lake of Tso Rolpa. Moreover, you can enjoy amazing panorama ranging from Langtang to Everest Region presenting mesmerizing views of Gauri Shankar and Menlungtse peaks from the summit of the peak.

 

Pisang Peak Climbing

Elevation: 6,091 meters above sea level
Location: Annapurna Region of Nepal
Grade: Moderate
Best Season: Spring (March, April and May) and autumn (September, October and November)

Pisang peak is the most attractive peaks in the shape of pyramid and also a part of Annapurna Range. Pisang Peak Climbing journey is also considered as alternatives to Mera Peak Climbing due to similar and more offerings. This easier trek takes you through various ecosystems, diverse culture and wondering landscapes allowing you to have most adventurous and enjoyable journeys. You can enjoy mesmerizing views of Mt. Manaslu (8,163 meters), Mt. Annapurna II (7,555 meters), Annapurna IV (7,525 meters) and many other beautiful snow peaks along with visiting Manang, Mustang and overall Annapurna circuit.

 

Tharpu Chuli Peak Climbing

Elevation: 5,663 meters from sea level
Location: Annapurna Region of Nepal
Grade: Moderate
Best Season: Spring (April to May) and autumn (September to November)

Tharpu Chuli Peak (Tent Peak) is one of the easier and comfortable peaks to be climbed, perfectly suited for beginner mountaineers. The peak looks so beautiful in its clear cut shape and size, attracting most of the trekkers. Tharpu Chuli Peak Trek allows you to pass through three major trekking base camps, Annapurna Base Camp, Machhapuchhre Base Camp and Tharpu Chuli Base Camp itself. Tharpu Chuli Peak Climbing trip passes through beautiful rhododendron and yak forests, different villages, meadows and eye-catchy snow Cladded Mountains always on the backdrop. Moreover, you can enjoy mesmerizing views of Annapurna I, Annapurna III, Annapurna V, Annapurna South, Gangapurna, Himchuli, Machhapuchhre and many other peaks in that Himalayan range from the summit of the peak.

 

Ganja La Chuli Peak Climbing

Elevation: 5,849 meters above sea level
Location: Langtang Region of Nepal
Grade: Difficult
Best Season: Autumn (September to November) and spring (April to May)

Mt. Ganja La Chuli (Naya Kanga) is one of the most worth peaks to be climbed, located in most beautiful Langtang Region of Nepal. the major highlights of Ganja La Peak Climbing trip includes touching the summit of Ganja La with alpine mountain experience, visiting to Tsergo Ri (from where you can capture amazing views of Langtang Valley further and beyond), a chance to have glance of Red Pandas and exploring the traditional villages and ancient Bon-Buddhist culture. Moreover, you can enjoy the magnificent views of Mt. Lantang Lirung, Mt. Lenpo Gang, Mt. Dorje Lakpa (6,990 meters) and Shis hapangma in Tibet from the summit of the peak.

 

Khongma Tse Peak Climbing

Elevation: 5,849 meters above sea level
Location: Khumbu Region of Nepal
Grade: Difficult and challenging
Best Season: Spring season (March, April, and May) and autumn season (September, October and November)

Khongma Tse Peak (Mehra Peak) is technically difficult peaks to be climbed because of technical difficulties in walking through snowy glaciers, rocky walls and ice. Hence, previous peak climbing experiences along with physical and mental fitness is the most for this trek. However, Khongma Tse Peak Climbing trip passes through beautiful rhododendron forests, wonderful waterfalls, suspension bridges, native Sherpa’s settlement and their Tibetan-influenced culture and traditions and challenging trails, making your journey unforgettable, enjoyable and adventurous in alpine mountains. Moreover, you can enjoy amazing views Mt. Everest, Makalu, Ama Dablam, Nuptse, Cho Oyu, Lhotse, and many peaks from the summit.

 

Pokhalde Peak Climbing

Elevation: 5,806 meters above the sea level
Location: Khumbu Region of Nepal
Grade: Challenging
Best Season: Autumn (September, October and November) and spring (March, April and May)

Pokhalde Peak is the challenging peaks to be climbed, also facing some of the obstacles. However, the base camp of the peak is created at the valley below the Kongma La Pass (5,535 meters) having a turquoise glacial lake in the middle. As you should face challenges like loosing of rocks, hence it is recommended to make this Pokhalde Peak Climbing trip only if you have previous peak climbing experiences. Moreover, the summit of the peak presents amazing views of the snow-capped peaks like Mt. Everest, Mt. Nuptse, Ama Dablam, Mt. Lhotse and many others peaks in the Everest range.

 

 

Mardi Himal Peak Climbing

Elevation: 5,587 meters from sea level
Location: Annapurna Region of Nepal
Grade: Challenging
Best Season: Autumn and spring

Mardi Himal is one of the challenging peaks to be climbed because of being in the remotest area and the trail following the unfrequented path. Mardi Himal Peak Climbing trip follows off the beaten trail into the mystical land with ultimate adventure and wilderness passing through religious and remote villages and amazing natural sceneries and peaceful environment. However, the trail is challenging as you are trekking in unfrequented area allowing you to explore the virgin world with a chance of new discoveries. Moreover, you can enjoy the eye-catchy views of Annapurna ranges and gazing Machhapuchhre Himal from the summit of the peak.

 

Paldor Peak Climbing

Elevation: 5,896 meters above sea level
Location: Langtang Region of Nepal
Grade: Challenging
Best Season: Autumn (September, October and November) and spring (March, April and May)

Paldor Peak, lying at the junction of Tiru and Karpu hill at the Mailung Khola, is one of the challenging peaks to be climbed because of the unfrequented trails. However, there are various climbing routes to touch the summit of the peak. Paldor Peak Climbing trip follows the unexploited trail in the Ganesh Himal range allowing you to encounter Langtang River and Bhotekoshi River, which seems really beautiful and interact with locals of Gatlang and Tangjet villages and exchange culture with them. Moreover, you can enjoy the magnificent views of Machhapuchhre and Shisapangma along with amazing natural scenic views from the summit of the peak.

 

Moreover, Peak Climbing in Nepal provides you enough chance to explore into the wilderness of the Himalayas. You can have ultimate experience of trekking in alpine mountains of Nepal which will be lifetime memorable for sure.

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