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Best Climbing Peaks in Nepal

Best   Climbing Peaks in Nepal

Best Climbing Peaks in Nepal

 

Nepal is home to numerous beautiful Himalayas and there are a lot of non-technical peaks that you can climb to make your dream come true and conquer your fear. The mighty Himalayas, awe-aspiring Mera Peak, Lobuche Peak, and Island peak are some of the most popular destinations for peak climbing in Nepal. These peaks have attracted many avid trekkers and climbers around the world for centuries and numbers of people have attempted to discover the spectacular peaks in the mountain region from time to time. Just imagine the beautiful feeling of being surrounded by the majestic Himalayas, setting your feet on the peaks that are higher than 6,000m, knowing the secrets hidden in the snowy land is not just an expedition, it is a feeling. These are some of the best climbing peaks in Nepal. You'll need a special permit to climb any of the peaks in Nepal.

Before we go to the main point, there are a few things that you need to know ahead of climbing the following peaks.

Choosing the best climbing Peaks in Nepal

Nepal is heaven for all the climbing freaks offering a wide range of climbing peaks with varying difficulty and remoteness. Different climbers have a different set of choices, skills, and duration. You need to do proper research and gather all the information regarding the adventure you're going for. Choose the right adventure according to your convenience, time duration, and comfort to have a better experience.

Things you need to keep in mind throughout the adventure

Throughout the adventure, you will have to be very careful. You may have to walk on very thin strips of ice, covered by canyon walls on one side and flowing icy water on the other side. One silly mistake can cost you several things so, it is very important that you take care of yourself.

Training before Peak Climbing

You need to schedule a basic training routine for yourself every day so that you can climb the mountain without any trouble. Physical training, Cardiovascular exercises such as cycling, jogging, paddling, hiking will help you to increase stamina level and reduces the risk of injury and high altitude sickness. Most importantly, mental preparation is the key to maintain focus, keeping positive vibes throughout the entire trek.

Hiring Porter and Guide for the Trek

A professional guide and porter are necessary for the trek as you will be traveling with a lot of luggage. The guide will help you with each and every detail you would need during the trek from guiding trail to proper travel and accommodation.

 

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Interesting facts about famous Peaks in Nepal

 

⦁          Nepal is the home of 8/10 highest peaks in the world.

⦁          Mera Peak has 3 different summits that are North Mera Peak, Central Mera Peak, South Mera Peak.

⦁          The first-ever official expedition to the top of Mt. Everest was set off in 1921.

⦁          Lhotse(8,516m) is the fourth highest mountain in the world and was first climbed by Fritz Luchsinger and Ernst Reiss.

⦁          Annapurna (8,091) is the 10th highest mountain in the world which was first climbed by the French Expedition Team in 1950 via the north face

 

Essential Tips for Peak Climbing

⦁          always go with the best company for adventure.

⦁          Check the weather forecast before the trek

⦁          you should acclimatize and hydrate continuously along the trek.

⦁          Avoid drinking alcohol as it can cause high altitude sickness and dehydration.

⦁          don’t forget to carry protein bars, chocolates, snickers, granola bars.

⦁          always walk gradually with rests in the middle.

⦁          Get proper travel insurance.

⦁          Carry Diamox tablets to prevent altitude sickness.

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01. Island Peak Climbing

01. Island Peak Climbing

Perched at an elevation of 6,189m, Island Peak is the first choice for many peak climbers and the perfect option for first-timers. It is situated in the Everest Region of Nepal on the Nepal-Tibet border. It is better to spend 12-15 days acclimatizing before making a peak attempt on Island Peak to prevent high altitude sickness and injuries. You need to have an excellent health condition and proper technical training to make Island Peak climbing successful. If you have all these things, all you have to do is enjoy the adventure. Island peak is locally known as Imja Tse which offers truly wonderful views from the top of the mountain.  The spectacular 360-degree panorama of high mountains including Nuptse, Lhotse, Lhotse Shar, Makalu, Ama Dablam, and other peaks can be seen from the top. The Island Peak route has served as a trade and transportation route for several years but now it is one of the popular trekking destinations which attracts trekking enthusiasts from all over the world. You can also combine this adventure with a classic trek to the Everest Base Camp and experience high mountains, Sherpa Culture and traditions, thousand-year-old monasteries and so many other things.

 

Location: Solukhumbu

Difficulty Level: Moderate

Height: 6,189m

Best Months: Apr-May and Oct-Nov

2. Mera Peak Climbing

2. Mera Peak Climbing

Beautiful, serene, and gigantic, Mera Peak happens to be the highest trekking peak in Nepal. You need to have previous climbing experience, enough stamina, and physical fitness because the level of oxygen is less than half of what it is at sea level during this adventure. If you are good with all these then Mera Peak is the perfect next challenge for you. During this trek, the trail takes you through several local villages, terraced fields, and ridges. The main highlights of Mera Peak climbing are the spectacular views of Makalu, Lhotse, Baruntse, Everest, and other gigantic peaks that are clearly visible from the summit itself. Mera peak is challenging as well as rewarding and to climb the peak, you will need mountaineering equipment such as a climbing helmet, boots, crampons, harness, ascending device, descending device, ice ax, carabiners, prusik loop, tape sling, and gloves. If you don't have these items, you can rent all these things in Chukhung but for better quality and varieties of choices, we recommend you to rent/buy in Kathmandu. If you have dreamed of climbing the challenging 6000-meter Himalayan peak then Mera Peak might be the one you're looking for.

Location: Solukhumbu

Difficulty Level: Challenging

Height: 6,470m

Best Months: Sep-Nov

03. Yala Peak Climbing

03. Yala Peak Climbing

If you're a beginner and want to fill the hunger for peak climbing adventure, Yala Peak (5,732m) is a choice of many as a beginner. Situated just to the North of Kathmandu Valley, Yala Peak is located in the middle part of Nepal which is a part of the Langtang Himal Range. The trail to Yala Peak goes through numerous Tamang villages, grazing pastures, and beautiful valleys. The climb is easy and suits everyone with good physical fitness and a strong mentality. Your adventure starts from Syabrubesi and trek leads you through Langtang Valley up to Kyanjin Gompa(3,749m), which is also a base camp of Yala Peak. After proper acclimatization and training at Kyanjin Gompa and surrounding, you can attempt for Yala Peak. The view from the top of  Yala Peak is so satisfying that you'll forget all your tensions and will keep enjoying the view. From the top, you can enjoy colorful Tibet, Shisapangma which is the only 8000m mountain in Tibet. You'll get to enjoy rich wildlife, unique culture and traditions, ancient monasteries, spectacular mountains, and other historical things.

Location: Langtang

Difficulty Level: Moderate

Height:5,732m

Best Months: March-May and Oct-Nov

4. Pisang Peak Climbing

4. Pisang Peak Climbing

Pisang Peak (6,092m) is one of the most popular as well as challenging mountaineering trip in the Annapurna region of Nepal. Pisang peak is a part of Manang Himal which is situated just above Pisang village that rises high above Marsyangdi valley.  The peak is first ascended by J. Wellenkamp in 1955 and nowadays it is gaining popularity rapidly. Pisang Peak lies on the way to Thorong La Pass which is the highest pass in the world and offers a spectacular Himalayan view. Along with the impressive Himalayan view, you'll get to discover varieties of flora and fauna. The adventure starts from Besisahar, goes along the Marsyangdi river to Chame, and follows the beautiful trail of the Annapurna Region till reaching spectacular Pisang Peak. After reaching the summit, just enjoy splendid views of Tilicho Peak, Annapurna II and IV, Glacier Dome, and Gangapurna. You'll also get to explore the famous pilgrimage site of Hindu and Buddhist, Muktinath during this adventure.

Location: Annapurna

Difficulty Level: Challenging

Height: 6,092m

Best Months: March-May and Sep-Nov

Parchemu peak Climbing in Nepal

Parchamo Peak (6,187m) climbing brings you the best opportunity to explore the less-visited Rolwaling Region, Khumbu region with an unforgettable and exhilarating climbing experience. This peak is first climbed by Dennis Davis and Phil Boultbee in 1955. It lies in the south of Tasi Lapcha and during the climb; you'll come across several technical sections which makes the climb more challenging. As you get closer to this magical mountain, the impression of the mountain is going to change and is also going to grow better. But to get the best view, you have to go through all the difficulties and challenges right? Don't worry about that, once at the top, you'll be rewarded with the breathtaking views of Amadablam, Cho-Oyu, Kusum Kanuru, Thamserku, and several other wonders. On the way back, you'll have a pleasant walk through Namche to Lukla where you'll get the cultural insights of Sherpa people and their lifestyle.

Location: Rolwalling Valley

Difficulty Level: Moderate

Height: 6,187m

Best Months: March-May and Oct-Nov

 

6. Mount Ama Dablam Climbing

The most challenging and attractive peak in the world, Mount Ama Dablam is an awe-inspiring, snow-coated, and pyramid-shaped mountain standing above Dudh Koshi River valley south of Lhotse and Everest in the Khumbu Region of Nepal. Due to its uniqueness, ascending this impressive peak has become the prime target for numerous avid climbers. The dream to conquer it and standing at an elevation of 6,856m is a dream to any trekking and climbing freaks. The pinnacle point of Ama Dablam offers panoramic views of Mt. Everest, Cho Oyu, Makalu, Lhotse, and several other mountains.  Ama Dablam is the world's most technical peak, so it is mandatory to have previous climbing experience and good physical and mental health. If you have a former climbing experience and want to join the world's most stunning mountain, then Ama Dablam Expedition is for you.

Location: Solukhumbu

Difficulty Level: Extremely Difficult

Height: 6,856m

Best Months: Apr-May and Sep-Nov

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