Nepal Himalaya Climbing

Nepal is a well-known country in terms of unique Mt. Everest trekking and high Himalaya climbing destinations in the world. Nepal is one of the richest countries among different countries in the world in terms of bio-diversity due to its unique geographical and latitudinal variation. The elevation of Nepal ranges from 60m above sea level to the highest point on the earth, Mt. Everest at 8,848m within a distance of 150km. Nepal has Eight of the ten highest mountains in the world, Nepal is a popular destination for mountaineers, rock climbers, and people seeking adventure.

Nepal is the world’s best destination for peak climbing and expedition. Nepal is also known as the Land of Himalayas as it is crowned by eight of the world’s highest 14 mountains over 8000 meters including Mt. Everest, Kanchenjunga, Lhotse, Makalu, Cho Oyu, Dhaulagiri, Manaslu, Annapurna, along with thousands of other peaks.

Peak Climbing and Expedition generally refers to the activity of walking long distances on foot as touching the Himalayas and experiencing the atmosphere therein. Peak climbing may also be known as physical activity in a mountain or hill peak or a rock formation that has to be ascended through climbing. Mountain climbing normally means climbing peaks that are above 5500m and below 7000m in Nepal.

Peak climbing in Nepal offers to seek an incredible panoramic view of mountains, wonderful snaps of sunrise and sunset, spectacular landscape, flora and fauna, nature & wildlife, culture, traditions, and harmony of the traditional way of living, ridges connecting picturesque hamlets and mountain villages and so on. The best seasons for peak climbing in Nepal are in the dry and warm seasons, spring (March-June) and autumn (September-November).

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Climbing Packages

Jiri to Island Peak Clmbing

Jiri to Island Peak Climbing

US$ 2890
22 Days
Everest Three High Passes Trek with Island Peak Climbing

Everest Three High Passes Trek with Island Peak Climbing

US$ 3400
22 Days
Everest Base Camp Trek with Lobuche Peak Climbing

Everest Base Camp Trek with Lobuche Peak Climbing

19 Days
Langtang Valley and Yala Peak Climbing

Langtang Valley and Yala Peak Climbing

US$ 1750
16 Days
Pachermo Peak Climbing

Rolwaling and Pachermo Peak Climbing

18 Days
Annapurna Circuit and Pi sang Peak Climbing

Annapurna Circuit and Pisang Peak Climbing

22 Days
Hinku Valley and Mera Peak Climbing

Hinku Valley and Mera Peak Climbing

22 Days
Yala Peak and Ganjala Pass Trekking

Yala Peak and Ganjala Pass Trekking

US$ 2050
16 Days
Island Peak Climbing with Everest Base Camp Trek

Island Peak Climbing with Everest Base Camp Trek

US$ 2640
19 Days
Dhaulagiri Expedition

Dhaulagiri Expedition

46 Days
Kanchenjunga Expedition

Kanchenjunga Expedition

53 Days
Annapurna

Annapurna Expedition

55 Days

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Peak Climbing in Nepal

Adrenaline, exciting adventure peak climbing in Nepal Himalaya with a wide range of stunning peaks”   

Nepal is a beautiful country full of Himalayan wonders with varied exotic and fascinating adventure destinations, where your adrenaline dreams are fulfilled with scenic and adventurous climbs on lesser snowcapped trekking peaks of Nepal, adding a touch of local culture with the full support of our expert guides to make your dream turn into reality with views of world highest towering mountains.

In Nepal different adventurous tourist-related activities like trekking, tours, rafting, climbing, bungee jumping, etc. can be performed. Among them climbing in Nepal is one of the major activities that can be performed in our country. As there are many peaks in Nepal Climbing, tourists can climb some of the peaks if they want. some of the major peaks climbing are Yala peak(5732m), Island peak(6187m), Mera peak(6461m), etc. Peak climbing like them does not require any proper experience climbing. Peak climbing in Nepal is one of the fascinating tourist-related activities that can be performed in the Himalayan region of Nepal. Climbing peaks in Nepal are an amazing experience to quins our thirst in the Himalayas. (NMA) Nepal Mountaineering Association decides whether the Himalayas peaks can be climbed or not. It is responsible to issue permits for short peak climbing in Nepal. Peak climbing in Nepal can be considered one of the most adventurous experiences for both new and experienced climbers.

Life Himalaya Trekking runs and organizes various climbing adventures on a wide range of Nepal Himalayan trekking peaks, with professional mountain climbing guides and well-managed programs, designed to allow you to focus only on climbing and negotiating with concerned officials, organizing porters and yaks, arranging flights and transports helping you with the climbing Himalaya of above 5,500 m to 6,400 peak summits.

Expeditions in Nepal

“a country of Himalayan wonders with world 8th highest peaks and breath-taking adventure”

Mountaineering Expeditions around Nepal Himalaya, probably the best destination on this planet, as Nepal is blessed with a massive and towering range of high Himalayan peaks were eight of the world’s 14th highest mountains, located in Nepal with Mt. Everest-Kanchenjunga – Lhotse-Makalu-Cho-Oyu-Mt. Dhaulagiri-Manaslu and the 10th highest massive Annapurna I.

Besides the world’s 8,000 meters highest mountains Nepal has unaccountable smaller peaks ranging from above 5,500 m to 6,000 m and 7,000 meters, where you can choose as per your duration and interest from high technical skilled climb to lesser skill peaks.

All high mountains above 6,500 meters are regarded and listed as Full fledge Mountaineering Climbing Expeditions which lead from one month to three months duration to summit one of the world’s highest peaks.

Life Himalaya Trekking offers fully guided expeditions led and supported by veteran-expert mountain guides who will guide you all the way to the summit top and with safe descent back with enjoyable and mesmerizing on top world’s highest peaks.