Peak Climbing in Nepal
Peak climbing in Nepal is amazing Dream for many mountain climbers as peak climbing. The first peak climbing is started 1953 sir Sir Edmond Hillary (New Zeeland) and Tenzing Norga Sherpa from Nepal.
Nepal country is the land of world's top highest peaks 8 of the world's 14 peaks over 800m like including Mt Everest (8845m), Kanchenjunga (8586m),Lhotse (8516m),Makalu (8463m), Cho Oyo (8201m), Dhaulagiri (8167m), Manaslu (8163m) Annapurna (8091m), are only located in Nepal.
Peak Climbing in Nepal is controlled and managed by Nepal mountaineering association (NMA). Whether it is a beginner or a professional peak climber, exact equipments and experienced peak climbing guides is mandatory to take along with, as we have to be very careful in the Himalayas, limiting risk to our health and life.
The best season for the Peak Climbing in Nepal is either in spring or in autumn. Himalayas from Nepal are always welcoming to you but you should go smoothly to avoid the mountain sickness. Normally in any season, it requires warm enough clothing to be protected from the frost bite, cold or some other cold problem.
Imja Tse Trekking Peak (6160m.), one of the most famous and certainly most invigorating trekking peaks in Nepal and in the whole world is also named as Island peak. Imja Tse will enthrall you with its fabulous scenery and most appreciably, you will get a standardized viewpoint to watch ...Read More
Mera Peak (6654m.), one of the highest peaks in Nepal is technically easy that entails little more than crampons, ice axe etc. Mera Peak lies between the mighty peak of Mount Everest and Mont Blanc. Along with the landscape of high elevation while ascending Mera Peak, Unique Adventure ...Read More