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Nepal Peak Climbing

There are 33 trekking Peaks that have been opened in Nepal as special climbing adventures. These thrilling offer a chance to summit a Himalayan peak with little to no previous mountaineering experience and can be conveniently combined with a standard trek. These 33 Peaks offers the chance of a lifetime highlights - climbing in the Himalaya.

Nepal’s 33 trekking summits are less than 6500 m and therefore, take less time and are more affordable than climbing on their higher neighbors. For adventurous people and mountaineers not ready for Nepal’s highest peaks requiring expedition style arrangements with Months of planning, these 33 exciting peaks offers a chance to climb in the highest playground on the planet. At the very least, they will spice up a holiday in the Himalaya with a real adventure.

Although these peaks are smaller relative to some their towering neighbors, these 33 peaks are very high compared to the rest of the world. Higher than most of the planet’s tallest mountains beyond the Himalayan Range. They are open to adventurous travelers looking for an exhilarating challenge even without previous experience or skills. Many of these peaks can be climbed with a brief training in necessary minimal kills just before the climb.

The majority of these peaks are situated nearby the famous trekking regions of Nepal of Annapurna, Everest, and Langtang and a few are outside of these areas, too, in more remote sections. An attempt on a trekking summit can be made as a side excursion to your trekking route and will be often be the trip’s most memorable highlights.

Peak climbing in the Himalaya is full of adventure that requires not only physical and mental stamina and will-power but technical skills and experience. Additionally, special permits are required and issued by the Nepal mountaineering Association (NMA) the Organization that manages these peaks. Moreover, an experienced guide is compulsory and technical gear and alpine clothing is necessary, too. Some of these peaks are difficult and dangerous, and have had only had a few ascents.

Exploring the greatest mountains in the world is ideal for travelers looking for a more extreme adventure while visiting Nepal. The best season to climb in Nepal are March to May and September to early December. Summiting a Himalayan peak can fulfill mountain dreams and strengthen mountain skills for further exploits, perhaps on a higher peak. The extraordinary views from the Top of a Himalayan peaks are unforgettable and the photos, memories and stories you take home will regale family, friends, and co-workers for a long time to come.

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Annapurna Region Peak Climbing

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Everest Region Peak Climbing

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