Nepal has 1310 identified Himalayan peaks over 6000m. 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 page offers every adventurous peak climbing and mountaineering opportunities for adventure seekers. 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.
Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA) has classified 33 peaks in Nepal as a ‘trekking peaks’. Which ranging from 5650-6500m into Group A comprising 15 peaks and Group B comprising 18 peaks.
Peak permit issued from NMA with authorized signature is essential to climb NMA peaks. Illegal climbing activity you can face prosecution as per the laws governing mountaineering regulation of Nepal. NMA does not directly issue peak permit to the climbing team. You need to contact local trekking agencies in Nepal.
Nepal Peak Climbing Permit & Fees
To climb the Nepalese Mountain you must get the peak climbing permit where you have to pay small fees. There are 27 climbing peaks regulated by the Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA). A total of 33 Peak Permits were managed by…Read More »
Royalty Free Peaks
Government of Nepal has decided to royalty free peaks in certain Mountains. The glorious peaks of Nepal are calling out for climbers (first-timers and experienced) from all over the world. Come and get an everlasting taste of the magnificent Himalayas…Read More »