Climbing and Expedition

Nepal, abode to eight of the 14 highest mountains in the globe, is one of the most popular destinations for adventure activities like climbing and expedition. Among various adventure activities in Nepal, peak climbing and expedition are the most thrilling adventure activities. The alluring peaks and the giant Himalayas offer tremendous opportunities to the adventure enthusiasts for peak climbing and expedition in Nepal. When Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenjing Norgay Sherpa scaled Mt. Everest, the top of the world, the adventure lovers of the world lured to climbing and expedition in Nepal.

Nepal Mountains offer a great deal of climbing and expedition varying from easy to technical. Some of the mountain peaks are recommended for the beginners and some of them are really technical. For scaling technical peaks, we require to get well familiarity with climbing skills. Even the duration of climbing training varies.

The most popular climbing peaks in Nepal are Mera Peak, Pisang Peak, Chulu Peak, Island Peak, Lobuche Peak and Thapa Peak. These all peaks are above 6000m.

While Mt. Everest, Ama Dablam, Cho Oyu and Burungse are the most popular summits for expedition in Nepal.

Due to the presence of stunning snow capped mountain summit including the top of the world, Nepal has become the world famous destination for peak climbing and expedition.


Island Peak Climbing
| Duration: 20 Days
| US $
Mera Peak Climbing
| Duration: 17 Days
| US $
Chulu East Peak Climbing
| Duration: 24 Days
| US $ 2,300 Per Person
Pisang Peak Climbing
| Duration: 21 Days
| US $ 2,230 Per Person
Yala Peak Climbing
| Duration: 16 Days
| US $ 2,150 Per Person