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Peak Climbing in Nepal

Nepal has more than 1310 peaks in Nepal to climb which are over 5500m to 8848m above sea level. Most of them are opened to climb and some of them are still not open yet. These peaks are divided into two parts as trekking peaks and expedition peaks. There are 18 trekking peaks in Nepal under Nepal Mountaineering Association which can be climbed while you are doing a trekking. These peaks are over 6000m to 6500m, and also technical.

Climbing gear can easily can be rented from Kathmandu and Pokhara. Climbing trekking peaks in Nepal not required any mountaineering skills. You can trek to base camp of peaks and after 1/2 days acclimatized can get top. The trekkers, who have knowledge of rock climbing, walk on icy-path and some technique of rope knots can climb trekking peaks with one climbing guide.

Our popular climbing peaks are Island peak, Therpuchuli, Thapa peak, Yala Peak, Pisang Peak, Chulu West and Chulu East peak.

Except these peak climbing services, there are other tour and trekking service also we normally recommend the people of the world to have a chance to do.

Other tour and trekking information are here like Everest Base Camp and Gokyo Lake vi Chola Pass, there are other many travel and trekking places which are trying to make all information for all of you.

Everest Base Camp Trek only also popular in Everest Region, Annapurna Base Camp, Mardi Himal Trek, Panchase Trek and Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek are very famous and used by trekkers in Annapurna Area. Guide and porter services for trekkers and travelers are also good to help for them.

Regarding Package tour and Holidays are seen like as All Nepal Package Tour, Exotic Tour, Great Himalaya with National Park Tour, Senior Citizen Holiday or Tour, Family Holidays and Best Nepal tour also popular in Nepal.

For adventure travel  in Nepal, Paragliding, Bungy Jumping, Zipline, Ultralight flight, Helicopter Tour, Rafting and Cycling are always done by visitors and travelers.

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