Peak Climbing and Mountaineering in Nepal has been famous from the early. Nepal, with its range of small peaks and snow giants offers equal thrills to both peak climbing and mountaineering enthusiasts. It is since conception has so far been very successful in sustaining the economy of our tourism dependent economy. If you want to cross more adventure line than trekking, your best bet is to try one of Nepal?s mountaineering peaks. There are still many unnamed peaks and not allowed to climb so far. It is penalty of mountaineering peaks as much as 263 named was given by Nepal government. Such like Island peak (6189m), Lobuche Peak (6135m), Mera Peak (6476m), Phari Lapcha (6017m), Machhermo (6273m), Kyajo Ri(6186m) in Everest region. Island peak is the most popular in Solokhumbu region. It is called by local people IMJA TSE. Some of them such as Kusum Kangaroo and Lobuche east are technical dangerous and potential mountaineering challenges. The most of time required a minimum of four days to climb from the base camp and can be taking as long as three weeks.

Nepal is home to eight mountains out of the fourteen eight thousanders in the world. Although Mount Everest and the other eight thousanders are more popular among experienced climbers and mountaineers, Nepal is also home to numerous smaller ?trekking peaks?. Climbing every peak, big or small, requires careful planning, proper training and adequate acclimatization. At Glorious Himalaya Trekking, we are accustomed to designing a well planned itinerary which sets apart enough time for adequate training and acclimatization. Winter season is the good season for peak climbing but expedition was best for May and June.

Please see the general climbing guidance and climbing rules for detailed info on Peak Climbing and Mountaineering in Nepal.