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Nepal Nepal is blessed with over 1300 peaks exceeding 6000m in height, including 8 out of the top 14 highest mountains in the world. Mountaineers from all over the world have been coming to Nepal to climb our major mountains which requires special permit from the Government of Nepal costing thousands of dollars. To give greater access to 326 peaks that are open for climbing, the Government granted Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA) permission in 1978 to issue climbing permits to 18 peaks between 5587m to 6645m followed by another 15 in 2002. These 33 peaks are classified as ‘Trekking Peaks’ and are open to any trekkers at a reasonable fee without the Government sponsored bureaucracy. The NMA has categories these peaks into 15 Expedition Peaks as Group A and 18 Climbing Peaks as Group B. NMA has also set a limit of 12 climbers in each climbing team. The current permit fees are:

Group A - Expedition Peaks: First 1 to 7 persons US$500 only and US$100 each for additional members up to total of 12 climbers.
Group B - Climbing Peaks: First 1-4 persons US$350.00 only. Additional 5-8 persons US$350.00 plus US$40.00 per person and for further 9-12 persons US$510.00 plus US$25.00 per person.
There is also US$250 refundable levy per climbing team which has to be deposited with the NMA. This is to ensure that all the garbage is brought back from the peak area. The NMA will refund this amount as per the provisions made by them.

These 33 Trekking Peaks are ideal for first time climbers to gain experience on 6000m+ mountains. We assign mountain climbing 'Sherpa' guide to each team and there is no requirement for prior mountaineering or climbing skills. But we do recommend that those intending to climb have previous experience of high altitude trekking with basic knowledge of traversing on ice and snow. We currently offer 7 Climbing Peaks in Everest, Langtang and Annapurna regions but we can organise climbs to all the 33 trekking peaks.

Island Peak Climbing

Island Peak Climbing

Duration: 19 days | Grade: Strenous+

IsImja Tse or popularly known as 'Island Peak' because it looks like an island in a sea of ice is one of the most popular climbing peak in Nepal. The summit is most interesting with a highly glaciated west face rising from the Lhotse Glacier.......
Lobuche Peak Climbing

Lobuche East Peak Climbing

Duration: 20 days | Grade: Strenous+

Lobuche East and West Peaks dominates the view as you trek towards the Everest Base Camp from Dingboche to Lobuche village. The peaks are connected together by 1.8km ridge that runs Southeast...................

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Pisang Peak Climbing

Pisang Peak Climbing

Duration: 20 days | Grade: Strenous+

The 6192m Pisang Peak lies south of Chulu peaks and on the ridge that run down from Kang La pass between Mersyandi River and Nar/Phu valley. It is on one of the most popular Annapurna Circuit route and the ridge drops down to the river just.......

Chulu West Peak Climbing

Chulu West Peak Climbing

Duration: 19 days | Grade: Strenous+

The two peaks of Chulu mountain lie north of the pretty village of Manag on the Annapurna Circuit trek. Both Chulu East and West peaks are technically challenging climb requiring basic knowledge on the use of climbing gear such as crampons......

Tharphu Chuli Peak Climbing

Tharpu Chuli Peak Climbing

Duration: 20 days | Grade: Strenous+

Also known as Tent Peak because of its shape, Tharpu Chuli is situated near Annapurna Base Camp at an altitude of 5663m. The base of this peak is a short walk through the stunningly beautiful Annapurna Sanctuary........

Mera Peak Climbing

Mera Peak Climbing

Duration: 20 days | Grade: Strenous+

Mera Peak provides a excellent opportunity and challenge for a first-time climb in the Himalayas. Although the highest trekking at 6654m, it is not a technical climb. The approach to the peak is through the traditional Sherpa villages.............

Yala Peak Climbing

Yala Peak Climbing

Duration: 18 days | Grade: Strenous+

The Yala Peak (5637m) is located in Langtang Region, directly north of Kathmandu. The peak is accessed from Kyangjin Gompa on the Langtang Valley Trek. On the rest and acclimatisation day, climb upto Kyangjin Ri and you will see Yala Peak quite close...

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