Peak Climbing in Nepal

Peak Climbing is one of the most famous activities in tourism industry of Nepal. A lot of tourists who come to enjoy their holidays in Nepal are more likely to involve in peak climbing in the snow-capped mountain peaks of the country. Nepal is a homeland to more than 1,310 mountains that ranges from 5,500m/18,044ft to 8,848m/29,028ft. The tallest among them is Mount Everest, which is also called Sagarmatha by the native people. These wonderful and eye catching snow-capped mountains have rewarded the country with the name “The Roof of the World”. It’s a great honour to Nepal for being unique among the entire territories of the world.

Peak Climbing in Nepal is one of the most demanded mountaineering activities. Due to the wide varieties of altitudes and ranges of mountains, Nepal is extremely popular in tourism industry. Explorers from all over the world chose this country as their mountaineering destination. The country opened the doors to visitors in the 1950’s. Since then peak climbers from all over the world crave to conquer the Himalayas of Nepal. Ranges from smaller to the world’s highest peak provide explorers with more options and a wide range of altitudes.

According to Himalaya Standards 33, “Climbing Peaks” are considered low-altitude and minor peaks. With snow and frozen ices, but with low altitudes are suitable of peak climbing. This activity is known to be quite challenging. The Nepal Mountaineering Association has started to issue special permits for peak climbing in Nepal since 1978.

Registered travel agency like us arrange all the tourism activity in Nepal provided with a special permit. We provide qualified and trained guides for you to make your journey a successful and adventurous one.

Peak Climbing is one of the most famous activities in tourism industry of Nepal. A lot of tourists who come to enjoy their holidays in Nepal are more likely to involve in peak climbing in the snow-capped mountain peaks of the country. Nepal is a homeland to more than 1,310 mountains that ranges from 5,500m/18,044ft to 8,848m/29,028ft. The tallest among them is Mount Everest, which is also called Sagarmatha by the native people. These wonderful and eye catching snow-capped mountains have rewarded the country with the name “The Roof of the World”. It’s a great honour to Nepal for being unique among the entire territories of the world.

Peak Climbing in Nepal is one of the most demanded mountaineering activities. Due to the wide varieties of altitudes and ranges of mountains, Nepal is extremely popular in tourism industry. Explorers from all over the world chose this country as their mountaineering destination. The country opened the doors to visitors in the 1950’s. Since then peak climbers from all over the world crave to conquer the Himalayas of Nepal. Ranges from smaller to the world’s highest peak provide explorers with more options and a wide range of altitudes.

According to Himalaya Standards 33, “Climbing Peaks” are considered low-altitude and minor peaks. With snow and frozen ices, but with low altitudes are suitable of peak climbing. This activity is known to be quite challenging. The Nepal Mountaineering Association has started to issue special permits for peak climbing in Nepal since 1978. 

Registered travel agency like us arrange all the tourism activity in Nepal provided with a special permit. We provide qualified and trained guides for you to make your journey a successful and adventurous one.

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