Nepal Peak Climbing

Nepal Peak Climbing - The Himalayas have always been the focus of excellent achievements in the realm of mountain climbing. There are recognized 1310 peaks over 6000 yards and a quarter of them are officially opened for mountaineering activities. This provides an excellent chance of experience peak climbing in Nepal. By Himalayan standards, you will find smaller hills called "trekking peaks" (ranging from 5587 to 6500 meters). These trekking peaks in the Himalayas matches best to any match and eager trekkers to begin the climbing experience. Growing these trekking peaks in Nepal is another step beyond just trekking. But it features basic mountaineering over the snow line, using ice axes, scaling boots with crampons, ropes, etc. under the supervision and education from the specialist climbing guides. All climbing manuals have considerable mountaineering experience and expertise involving many ascents of both Mt. Everest and other Himalayan peaks scaling.

Undoubtedly rising in the Himalayas provide the ideal experience climbing expertise to both seasoned trekkers and novice climbers. ABC Himalayan Trekking is a pioneer in compiling a particular climbing coaching class at base camp before the summit push. Your participation in this climbing clinic path would be to enhance your self-confidence. So to make sure you are well ready to safely and successfully scale the peak of your preferred mountain. We supply all of the private and group climbing equipment and tents necessary for the summit climbing excursion.

Best Time For Nepal Peak Climbing

The very best and most acceptable time of the year for Nepal Peak Climbing is through spring (March to early June) and AutumnAutumn (September to November). These seasons match with Everest Expedition time, and therefore along the climbing path, you may strike many Everest expedition groups throughout the weeks of April and May. If you're a novice mountaineer and need to enjoy the very best climbing experience and see, we recommend you to start the Nepal Peak Climbing trip during spring. It's also among the busiest growing season of this year.

The weather during the fall in the mountain will be clear, and it's also thought to be the ideal time to scale the Island Peak. Generally, Autumn is the very best and favorite season to see Nepal and proceed for any type of traveling, hiking, traveling, and another trip around Nepal. It's the time when Nepal is adorned at its best with amazing views. The temperature during fall is moderate, very favorable for hiking and mountaineering. Post-monsoon interval may likely become a little crowded, but on the reverse side, we guarantee you the ideal weather, climbing terms along with the opinion.

Summer presents a monsoon rain for many days leading landslides and avalanches in some dangerous areas. It isn't a favorable time to go for summit climbing or some other type of hiking in Nepal.

In the season, the regular climbing seasons do not prefer your schedule, or you need something different from usual, picking off-season is also a fantastic idea. If you're climbing Island, Mera Peak through the off-season, then you ought to be well-prepared and possess strong determination to deal with the intense circumstance. Always make sure you go equipped with appropriate equipment and specialist crew members. Teahouse and Lodge at alpine elevation often gets shut during winter because of heavy snow-fall. You have to assess the availability of teahouse at a high elevation of the Everest area.

Top 6 best Peak Climbing Packages in Nepal

Pisang peak climbing - 18 Days

Pisang Peak (6091 m) is the most prevalent "trekkers peak" situated in Annapurna region including the world's most elevated trekking pass "Thorong La pass" (5416 m). Pisang peak climbing 18 days is of medium trouble, extensive specialized and can be ideal decision for amateur and beginners. A picturesque drive takes you t...

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Chulu West Peak Climbing - 21 Days

Chulu West Peak Climbing 21 days is part of the Manang Himal, which is quite rightly included in the larger Damodar Himal, the eastern limit of which runs south from Chako and Peak 6687 in a north-to-south direction along the Hunlung Khola, Nar Khola and Phu Khola. To the south it is bounded by the Marshayngdi Khola and the Mesokanto La. There exis...

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Island Peak Climbing - 17 days

Island Peak Climbing with Everest Base Camp Trekking - There's not any doubt the Himalayan peaks have attracted adventurers, climbers, and ethnic enthusiasts for several decades. Among all of the trekking peaks in Nepal, the Island Peak has become the most popular since it's appropriate to all novice climbers and experienced trekkers. Expli...

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Lobuche Peak Climbing - 16 Days

A remarkable climb on Lobuche east with Himalayan adventure along glacial experience by exploring countless towering peaks including natural majesty of Mount Everest assembles the Lobuche peak climbing 16 days as most rewarding peak climbing destination on Himalayas of Nepal. Of course, encountering the summit of Lobuche peak is really chal...

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Mera Peak Climbing - 19 Days

Mera Peak Climbing - And of course, Mera summit is the highest trekking peak to climb in Nepal rated an alpine PD severe. Together with any doubt, it's a physically demanding snow diving with straightforward climbing. Furthermore, best for your professional trekkers searching for an exciting trip fashion swimming trek and amateur scaling. Ident...

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Parchamo Peak Climbing - 19 Days

Parchamo Peak Climbing 19 days (6,273 m) with Nepal with a scenic mountaineering drive from Kathmandu to Gongar Khola - the starting point of the trek. We begin our trek passing through the dense Rhododendron, Oaks and Pines filled forest and along the traditional villages towards Na village. At Na village, we take a day's rest for acclimatizat...

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