Peak Climbing

Island Peak

Mera Peak

Lobuche Peak

Pisang Peak

Hiunchuli Peak

Chulu West Peak

Naya Kanga Peak

Kusum Kanguru Peak

Tharpu Chuli Peak

 

 
 
 

 
     

Peak Climbing In Nepal

 

For the more adventurous traveler, there are 18 minor peaks open for Alpine climbing under Nepal Mountaineering Association. The climbing of these peaks is controlled under the rules & regulations formulated by this Association. Detailed information & application for climbing permits are available from the Association’s Office or contact your trekking Agency in Kathmandu who have member of Nepal Mountaineering Association. It should be noted that in most cases the climbing of these minor peaks (Trekking Peaks) required snow and Ice climbing experience.

For the permit you should apply for the permit through the trekking agency & you should have climbing guide otherwise permit is not issued. Trekking agency provide qualified & trained climbing guides to take non climbers for convenience, safety & expected successes. By Himalayan standards these are considered minor peaks, but in fact some of them provide relatively challenging snow and Ice climbing of high standard, & more so in Winter.

 

     
 

Major Peak Climbing Routes in Nepal

 
 

 Island Peak

Island Peak 6169m also known as Imja Tse is one of the popular trekking peak in Nepal for climbing on Himalayas. From Dingboche the mountain is seen as an island peak in a sea of ice. The summit is interesting and attractive with a highly glaciated west face rising from the Lhotse Glacier.

 

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Mera Peak

Mera peak climbing is gradually becoming popular among trekkers and novice climbers to have the feeling of hiking and climbing on snow and experiencing trekking in remote part of Khumbu region. The Peak itself rises to the south of Everest. The ascent of the peak is technically straightforward, however, the heavy

 

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Lobuche Peak

Lobuche peak has two summits, East and West with heights of 6119m and 6145m respectively. A continuous ridge connects them, but it is long and there is a considerable height loss and gain. The East Peak is recognised as a trekking peak, whereas the West is known as an Expedition Peak.

 

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Pisang Peak

Seen from Pisang peak, the peak rises from yak pastures above the village in a uniform slope to the final summit pyramid which is an undistinguished snow and ice slope. Looked at from above Ongre the peak is a little more interesting and can be seen as a curved ridge, with face above Pisang peak being the truncated

 

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Hiunchuli Peak

Hiunchuli lies in the Annapurna range and it is connected to Annapurna South. The actual ascent of Hinuchuli is considered one of the most difficult among the trekking peaks. The Gurung who inhabit the region considers the mountains of this area the sacred. Near from the Huin Chuli

 

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Chulu West Peak

Ascent of Chulu West and Chulu Central are best made from a base camp in a small valley north of Manang situated off the main trail to Thorong La pass 5416m. Indeed some of the best views of this peak can be had from that pass. North-West Ridge: Go beyond the hut following the yak pastures and

 

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Naya Kanga Peak

Formerly known as Ganja La Chuli, Naya Kanga (5,844 m) rises to the west of Ganja La, and is a popular but difficult mountain to climb. The normal route to this peak is via the snowy north–east ridge. It is not yet certain who climbed this summit first. The most important reward of climbing Naya Kanga

 

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Kusum Kanguru Peak

Regarded as technically very challenging on all possible routes, Kusum Kanguru is an impressive rock and ice peak, which forms the border between the Dudhkosi in the south and Hinku Valley to the north. Its name originating in Sherpa language means the Three Snow-White Gods.

 

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Tharpu Chuli Peak

Tharpu Chuli, situated at the heart of Annapurna Sanctury, is an attractive mountain which offers not only enjoyable climbing but also serves as one of the outstanding viewpoints of Annapurna massive. Despite its lowly magnitude, the summit offers superb panorama of Annapurna I, Annapurna South

 

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