Climbing in Nepal popular as the Himalayan Empire, Nepal has 1310 mountains (the significant segment of the Mountain go.) which are more than 5500 meters (18,090 ft) to 8848m (29,028ft) above ocean elevation. Hiking in Nepal makes our nation amazingly appreciated for mountain dwellers.
Island Peak Climbing
Island Peak climbing (Imja Tse) is a standout amongst the most popular climbing goals in Nepal. It remains in the Everest Region, achieves a tallness of 6,189m and is famously known as Island Peak, a name given to it by Eric Shipton's gathering in 1951, as the peak looks like an island in an ocean of ice when seen from Dingboche. Later in 1983, the peak was given the Nepali name Imja Tse.
Lobuche Peak Climbing
Lobuche peak is an intriguing goal arranged simply over the Lobuche town at khumbu locale of Nepal. Lobuche has its two distinct summits, one is Lobuche East (6119m) and the other is Lobuche West (6145m). This trek at Himalayas district of Nepal offers you with captivating mountain scene, high icy masses, profound George and snow topped mountains all around.
Mera Peak Climbing
Mera Peak Climbing is a standout amongst the most looked for subsequent to trekking peaks in Nepal taking us to the summit of Mera Peak (6,461m).It is best known as Nepal's most noteworthy trekking peak. Mera Peak is a glorious peak that ascents south of Mount Everest and commands the valleys of Hongu and Hinku. Mera Peak climbing is viewed as one of the bold and testing as far as detail requiring abnormal state of mountaineering. So as to effectively achieve the summit one is relied upon to be at peak of their physical condition.
Pisang Peak Climbing
Pisang Peak (6,091m) Climbing is one the popular peak climbing in Nepal. It is one of the simple yet best climbing peak of Nepal which is arranged only North of Manang valley in well known Annapurna trekking territory. It was first summited by a German expedition group in 1995.