Peak climbing is an extremely adventurous sport performed in the Himalayas. Usually, it is both physically and technically challenging. Peak climbing is the combination of trekking with an exhilarating to the peak of the mountain. It allows you to fully experience the thrill and acquire the goal to be at the top of a mountain.
Peak climbing is an adventurous trip for which the climbers require some trekking experience and acceptable level of fitness. You also need to have the knowledge regarding the use of climbing gear and equipment. Some of the gears that are used are ropes, ladders, crampons etc. These climbing gears can be bought or rented as well. In Nepal, you can rent these equipment in the shops of Thamel, Kathmandu.
When it comes to Peak climbing, Nepal is undoubtedly the prime destination with 1310 identified Himalayan peaks that are over 6000m height. These mountains also include the 8 out of the 14 highest peaks in the world. Thus, Nepal is considered as the best destination for thousands of climbers and mountaineers for testing their skills, endurance and fulfilling their desire.
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Imja tse Peak (6,189 m), which is popularly known as the Island Peak, is a mountain lying in the Khumbu region of Nepal. Climbing Island peak is an extreme sport as the mountain is situated in a challenging location, above the Chukung glacier. Island Peak is one of the most mysterious peaks in the Khumbu region.
Your journey to the Island Peak begins with a scenic flight from Kathmandu to Lukla Village. You will pass through the traditional Everest trail from Lukla until you reach Dingboche. As you continue walking further, you will spend nights in famous villages like Namche Bazaar, Tengboche, Pheriche etc. The trail upon reaching Dingboche veers off towards Chuckung.
This trekking package includes two days for acclimatization as you will need to adjust your body to the increasing elevation and cold temperature. The breathtaking views of the beautiful valleys, mountains and flowers you see on the way surely motivates you to keep moving forward and complete the journey.
Lobuche Peak (6119 m) is a mountain situated in the Everest Region of Nepal. It lies close to the Khumbu Glacier and the settlement of Lobuche.
It consists of two main peaks: Lobuche East and Lobuche West. Lobuche Peak is an astonishing and also most challenging summit. Therefore, the climbers ought to require proficient mountaineering in a committed way.
The trip begins with a picturesque flight from Kathmandu to Lukla. On the very first day of trekking we will follow the trail that will take us to Phakding.
The stopping points further include Namche Bazaar, Pangboche, Thengboceh, Dingboche, Lobuche and eventually to Kalapatthar. Kalapatthar is the highest point of this whole trek.
Lobuche peak offers different routes for climbing. The ordinary track for climbing is through south edge whereas the main summit requires climbing steep snow and ice slopes to the top from the summit ridge. In order to reach the main summit, we will pass a few small snow bumps, notch and finally climb steep and truly troublesome snow slopes.
Lobuche Peak climbing also includes two days for rest and acclimatization. This will give you an opportunity to explore the villages a little more and acclimatize your body to the increasing height and temperature.
What makes Lobuche Peak climbing famous and popular trekking Peaks is the fantastic views of the Himalayas from Lobuche peak. You’ll be able to gaze out at the giant Everest peacefully, including several other peaks on the Tibetan side of the Rongbuk.
Mera Peak is a mountain in the Mahalangur section situated at an elevation of 6, 461 m in the Sagarmatha Zone of Solukhumbu District. Mera peak climbing consists of three main summits including a smaller “trekking summit”.
The three main summits are Mera North, 6,476 metres (21,247 ft); Mera Central, 6,461 metres (21,198 ft); and Mera South, 6,065 metres (19,898 ft). The smaller trekking summit is visible as a distinct summit from the south, though it is not marked on most maps of the region.
The journey to Mera Peak Climbing starts with a wonderful flight from Kathmandu to Lukla. The flight will reward you will splendid views of the landscapes. It is a total of 17 days package where you will be trekking for 14 days (excluding two acclimatization days).
You will be passing through beautiful sherpa villages that still remain untarnished and have preserved their culture precisely till date.
There are availability of basic tea houses and lodges along the route. They serve you with good meals and facilities, considering the remoteness of the village.
Mera Peak Climbing offers you a great opportunity to explore the virgin lands of Nepal and observe how the inhabitants in this region live their life. The best season for you to visit Nepal for this specific trek would be during the Spring and Autumn.
Yala peak is a 5,732 m high mountain situated at the Langtang region of Nepal, closer to the Tibetan border. It is relatively a non-technical and simple summiting. Yala Peak Climbing is combined with trekking through the wonderful Langtang Valley.
It is a picturesque and wonderful trip that will reward you with exceptional views of Himalayan ranges of the Manaslu range, Langtang Lirung, Dorje Lakpa, Naya Kang, Ganesh Himal range, Shishapangma and Gangchempo (6388m).
The mountaineering trip to Yala Peak climbing begins with a scenic drive from Kathmandu to Syabrubesi. The trail goes through the Langtang National Park rewarding you with amazing natural scenes, stunning landscapes, red blooming rhododendron etc. if lucky, you will also get to witness Snow Leopard, Red Panda and fauna.
The trip also includes an acclimatization day at Kyanjin Gompa. On this day, you will get a chance to explore the Kyanjin Monastery (3900m), a popular Buddhists pilgrimage spot to adapt to the high climate. Also, hiking around the surrounding will be fruitful to adjust your body to the high altitude.
The base camp of Yala Peak Climbing lies at Yala Kharka (4600m) on the Yak grazing meadow. You will be staying in Basic tea houses during Yala Peak Climbing. They are found along the trails serving the trekkers with good food and accommodation.
Overall, this trip offers you a wide range of landscapes and sceneries, passing through river up the valley. You might also get a good chance of observing wild boar, deer, several types of monkeys.
Pisang Peak (6,091 m), also known as Jong Ri, is located in the northern part of Nepal in Manang district. It is situated between Annapurna I and Manaslu. Pisang Peak climbing is an easy climbing peak in Annapurna region. Thus, it is also the most popular climbing Peak among the trekking peaks in this region.
Pisang Peak Climbing takes you from yak pastures above the village of Pisang in a uniform slope to the final summit pyramid. The summit pyramid is an undistinguished snow and ice slope. This trip rewards the climbers with an interesting journey passing along varied ecosystems, diverse cultures, and amazing landscapes.
Pisang Peak Climbing journey starts with a drive to Besishahar from Kathmandu. Then you will be passing through many villages such as Chame, Upper Pisang, Pisang Base Camp etc. You will also have two acclimatization days during the trip.
There are lots of Basic tea houses and lodges along the trail that provides fooding and lodging facilities to the trekkers. We will be staying in one of these lodges during our climbing. You will be thrilled with the adventure and surprises that the journey will reward you with.