Peak Climbing in Nepal
Nepal can be the best choice for the trekkers in order to pass their leisure time in an interesting way from which they can explore many more things if they desired to do so. They will not feel bore during their traveling in different locations in order to fulfill their expectations, they can really find more than they have expected. The 33 peaks with an elevation up to 6000m have been selected as “trekking peaks”. You may have puzzle with the title that these peaks are easier to attempt than mountaineering which is not always true. Some peaks are very difficult for climbing due to its steep and technical ridges and some are quite easier too. Nepal offers both trekking and climbing peaks for the enthusiastic climbers in order to set astonishing success to their interests through climbing. There are some major peaks which are Pisang peak, Island peak, Mera peak, Amadablam, Chulu Far, Chulu West etc. are prefered among all.
Duration: 22 Days
Island Peak (6,189m) undeniably most revitalizing trekking in the world provides chance to make a trip to the core region of the Khumbu. The splendid vista visible during the trek will captivate you and its memories will never pass by.
Type: Hotel /Lodge and Camping
Pisang Peak (6091m) climbing lying in the Annapurna region in Nepal towers from Pisang village and the peak is equipped by a hanging glacier to the western part which is by far challenging.
Duration: 19 Days
Type: Hotel Lodge and Camping
One of the popular and the highest climbing peaks in Nepal, Mera Peak lies at an altitude of 6654m. It towers from the south of Everest. As the summit of Mera Peak keeps ascending two higher base camps are set. And it is an unproblematic peak path but at times the crevasses of Mera peak set hurdles.
Duration: 30 Days
No one dispute with the fact that Ama Dablam ( 6858m) is the superb mountain in the world with its true alpinist dream. It lounges to the circuit of the Everest region by which every trekkers and climbers are attracted with its truly natural structure and its surrounding beauties.
Kusum Kanguru peaks lies in the Khumbu Region at an elevation of 6,369m. Kusum Kanguru literally in the Sherpa language means "Three Snow-white Gods" which denotes the triple peak of the mountain. Kusum Kanguru is expanded to north-south ridge of Charpati Himal that divides the valley of Dudh Koshi from the Hinku Valley to the east and the upper region of Hinku Drangka to the west. The peak is the main foundation for the Kusum River or Thado Koshi River which flows from the west to unite into the Dudh Koshi.
The remote highlands area lies to the north of and in a rain shadow formed by the main Annapurna Himal. Huge glacial moraines abound etched deeply by wind erosion into fantastic pillars.
Chulu West peak climbing (6419 m) is the part of the Manang Himal, which is quite precisely integrated in the bigger Damodar Himal. From the north-to-south direction we can observe the flow of rivers- Hunlung Khola, Phu Khola and Nar Khola. To the south it is shielded by the Marsyangdi River and the Mesokunda La. Located in a small valley and to the north of Manang, away from the major path to the Thorung La, Chulu West (6419m) is the elevated peak amongst the two East Chulu and West Chulu.