Peak Climbing in Nepal has 1310 mountains (the major portion of the Mountain range.) which are over 5500 meters (18,090 ft) to 8848m (29,028ft) above sea level. This makes our country exceptionally popular for mountaineers. Since 1978, the Nepal Mountaineering Association has had the authority to issue climbing permits for small-scale peaks.Our Guides are experienced high elevation mountaineers. They are trained to take you safely into the thin air region of the majestic Himalayas. They are particularly concerned about the acclimatization process. Unlike certain other organizers, we only dispatch guides who are have summit experience on your target mountain.Peak Climbing is considered as the sport, profession, or recreational activity of Nepal Peak Climbing or going up the mountains. It is a more challenging than a simple hiking; where one have to trek on higher altitudes.
Although the toughest, this outdoor activity is also the most fulfilling.Peak climbing in Nepal is all about challenge and determination, about putting hands and feet onto rocks and ice and snow and finally reaching a summit. There, high above the world of cities and civilization, the climber can pause and look across a natural world ruled by nature and her precise beauty. Climbing is simply one of the finest outdoor opportunities available to the lover of high adventurous through Google Treks Nepal.
This sport challenges an individual’s capabilities and skills; plus it is also a great way to be one with nature. Thus the climber’s enthusiast engages in Peak Climbing. Trekking peak climbing is a sport with many hazards, which are often divided into three main groups: weather, falling, and avalanches. Weather is one of the primary dangers of Peak climbing. Snowstorm may cause poor visibility, leading to climbers getting lost or falling into the void. Besides snowstorm, avalanches can consist of falling rocks, ice, and even gear. Falling rocks are a much more common danger than snow avalanches; they are also a lot harder to predict, which exposes climbers to a higher risk.
Peak Climbing in Nepal : 2014
|01||Island Peak Climbing|
|02||Mera Peak Climbing|
|03||Chulu West and East Peak Climbing|
|04||Pisang Peak Climbing|
|05||Lobuch Peak Climbing|
|06||Kwande Peak Climbing|
|07||Yala Peak Climbing|