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Peak Climbing and Mountaineering in Nepal

We offer fully guided trips on what we consider easy grade mountains, but we will stop short of guiding on full scale, technical or very high altitude expeditions. Our reasoning is that these require all participants to be fully experienced and trained. We offer climbs of the peaks classified by the Nepali government as Trekking Peaks. We can also arrange the logistics for expeditions on all peaks, from porter support to food, transportation, etc. Please Contact Us for more details.

Although by Himalayan standards these are minor peaks, they are still in world terms giant mountains, dwarfing most peaks outside the Himalaya. Most are significant mountaineering prospects and should not be taken lightly, many offering challenging snow and ice climbing.

These trips require basic mountaineering skills above the snow line – using ice axe, crampons, ropes and general climbing equipment under the supervision of a climbing leader/guide.

People who wish to undertake this type of expedition need psychological and physical stamina. Prior experience is certainly an advantage.

Peak Climbing – Set Itineraries

1. Island Peak Imja Tse Climbing – Everest Nepal
15 days – Island Peak 6189m and Everest Base Camp – March to December

2. Three Trekking Peaks Climbing Expedition
41 days – Ramdung Peak (Rowaling) 5930m, Island Peak 6189m and Lobuche East 6119m (Everest) – April,May,September,October,November,December

List of Peaks
Peak Descriptions
Example Prices
Peak Climbing Regulations
Disposal of Expedition Waste

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