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Peak Climbing

Peak Climbing is another prime attraction of Nepal. The Mountains of Nepal have stood as irresistible landmarks for the world's adventurers since Nepal opened its doors to visitors in the 1950s. Mountaineering can range from climbing the highest peak of the world to climbing lower peaks. Although by Himalayan standards 33 "Trekking Peaks" are considered minor peaks, they nonetheless provide snow and ice-climbing, and are technically quite challenging. Mountaineering teams can apply for permit at mountaineering section of the Ministry of the Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation or directly contact to your local trekking agents.

Makalu Expedition 2019

Makalu is the fifth  highest mountain in the world. It is 8463 meters and situated in the Mahalangur Himalaya range south east of the Everest. It is considered a challenging 8000 meter peak and receommended for climber with prior climbing experience, at least of a 6ooo meter peak.

Days: 65
Grade: Strenuous
Altitude: 8463 m.
Type: Expedition

Ramdun Peak

Ramdung (5,925 m) is situated in the remote upper Rolwaling Valley due south of the village of Na. It is often climbed in combination with Pharchamo (6,187 m) and a crossing into the khumbu via the infamous Tashi Lapcha pass (5,760 m).


Days: 20 days
Grade: Moderate
Altitude: 5,925 m.
Type: Peak Climbing

Island Peak

This is an outstanding trek in the eastern region of Nepal which offers a combination of rich culture heritage, unsurpassed beauty and biological diversity. 

Days: 9
Grade: Moderate
Altitude: 8475 m.
Type: Peak Climbing

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