peak category

Peak Climbing

Peak Climbing in Nepal is an exceptional starter to the world of mountaineering. From novice climbers to veteran mountaineers, Nepal offers a plethora of opportunities to climb a peak for all levels of climbers. Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA) officially classifies climbing peaks into two categories; Trekking Peaks and Expedition Peaks.

Trekking peaks are well-thought-out abstemiously easy and require little to no technical climbing skills and experience. Expedition peaks, on the other hand, require technical climbing skills and some rock/high-elevated trekking knowledge and are considerably challenging. 

The gigantic task of climbing a peak becomes the dream of millions of mountain nomads but is committed by only a handful. Strong stamina, capability, time, money, and so many other things determine if you will ever succeed in climbing one of them or face the most significant setbacks. Climbing a peak is a fulfilling experience where you can develop friendships, gain new skills, and open up your mind to new possibilities.

The main regions for peak climbing in Nepal are Everest, Annapurna, Langtang, and Ganesh. Outward Adventure Treks and Expedition offers more than 20 itineraries for peak climbing in Nepal in those regions. The most renowned climbing peaks in Nepal include Mera Peak, Island Peak, Lobuche Peak, Pisang Peak, Chulu West and Chulu Far West Peak, Tent Peak, Dhampus Peak, and Yala Peak among others.

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