Peak Climbing Information

Peak Climbing in Nepal is so popular in the world that nowhere else in the earth can be found to be such an exciting place like Nepal, where you can have the summit on the snow-capped peaks and view the panoramic views of around.
Nepal is the home of the eight highest peaks of the world above 8000 meters and over 1300 peaks above 6,000 m. At present government has opened only 326 peaks for the purpose of expedition above 6,000m and additional 33 minor peaks have been designed as ‘trekking peaks in Nepal. Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA) allows the permission for a summit between ’18-22,000 ft’. The fee is payable based on the size of your group and the ‘group’ of the peak involved, but in recent days, it has become considerably easier to plan a trekking peak.
To climb the summit, you need to have knowledge of ice axe, crampons, and rope usage. Moreover, you must be good in physical condition, as many peaks are above 6,000m, therefore, you must be able to be prepared for very cold temperatures, bad weather and the increased risk of altitude sickness.
Himalayan leaders is a fully registered trekking company that organizes Climbing to Nepal and Tibet with a full team for individuals or for groups. Climbing in Nepal and Tibet can be as long as 2 months or as short as 2 weeks. Do not think the Himalayas are only suitable for the hard and rugged, but there are other several trails that fit those amateur climbers with little mountain experience.
The limited size of the climbing group is 12; Himalayan Leaders P. Ltd. is led by experienced guides registered with the NMA. The route is particularly planned to make sure of your safety and your best chances of success. Training will be given on climbing skills in which a basic understanding of climbing principles is required before attempting a peak.

Peak Climbing