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Nepal Peak Climbing is an adventure activity of using hands, and feet to ascend a steep natural Nepal mountains. Peak climbing in Nepal often involves rock and ice climbing. Trekking climbing Peak in Nepal are under 7000m that is thought easily climb-able who is physically fit without special equipment and training.

The Himalayas of Nepal has a wide range of climbing peaks of varying remoteness and difficulty. There is no such thing as a one size - fits all climbing peak that's suitable for everyone. Different people have different sets of skills, time and preference which means that some research is required before choosing a climbing peak. Island Peak is the most popular climbing peak in Nepal due to its popularity. Here are some best peaks climbing in Nepal.

Island Peak Climbing - If you want to get a close-up view of the Everest, you will be hard-pressed to find a better vantage point than the top of Island Peak. A non-technical yet challenging climb, this extremely popular trekking peak features a journey to the beautiful Solu Khumbu and Everest region. A trek via Everest Base Camp before the actual ascent is great route, as it allows for proper acclimatization. All in all, it is surely a climbing adventure of a lifetime!

Mera Peak Climbing - Famous as Nepal's highest trekking peak (6,476 m), Mera is actually a collection of three separate peaks in the Solu Khumbu region. The journey to the peak, passing through lush rhododendron forests and mystic Himalayan villages, is as magnificent as the climb itself. However, nothing beats the view from Mera peak, with three of the highest mountains on Earth - Cho Oyu (8,201m), Lhotse (8,516m), and Everest (8,848m) - seemingly in your backyard! Mera peak is less accessible than Island peak and the route to the mountain therefore gives a slightly more expedition kind of feeling. The climb is less technical than Island peak. But, ice axes, ropes etc will still be used.

Lobuche East Peak Climb - Another great peak in the Solu Khumbu and Everest region, Lobuche East Peak features astoundingly close views of the surrounding Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, Ama Dablam, Cholatse and Pumori. On the way to Lobuche base camp, you will likely pass by the infamous view point Kala Patthar (5,545 m) and Everest base camp (5,363). The climb is moderately challenging, but does not require any specialized training or experience. On the other hand, Lobuche West Peak is a difficult expedition peak.

Nepal Peak Climbing is an adventure activity of using hands, and feet to ascend a steep natural Nepal mountains. Peak climbing in Nepal often involves rock and ice climbing. Trekking climbing Peak in Nepal are under 7000m that is thought easily climb-able who is physically fit without special equipment and training. So a Peak climbing in Nepal combines the joy of proper mountaineering with relative ease of ascent, this is why Nepal Peak Climbing are very popular among adventure trekkers in the Himalayas.

The Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA) is responsible for classifying and issuing all Nepal climbing peaks permit. It classified all Nepal climbing Peaks into group B and group A climbing peaks. Most of the popular climbing peaks belong to group B climbing Peaks in Nepal, and the climbing permit costs the same in terms of NMA fees. It costs basically USD 350 for upto 4 climbers and USD 40 extra for each additional climbing member up to 8 climbers. For a team of climbing members, it need to pay USD 535 with USD 25 extra for each addtional climbing member up to 12 climbers. In addition these fees, it is also necessary to deposit USD 250 for garbage disposal.

It is noted that all climbing peaks in Nepal is categorized as 'Easy' and it does not mean that the trip, climb, and itinerary is very easy. It means that you still have to be physically fit, but it is not necessary to have any previous mountaineering experience to join Nepal Peak Climbing.

Yala Peak Climbing - A magnificent peak in the Langtang region of Nepal, Yala peak is a non-technical peak offering excellent views of Shishapangma (8,013 m) - the highest mountain in Tibet. Other visible peaks are Langtang Lirung, Langsisha Ri, Gangchepo, and Dorche Pakpa. An excellent choice for your first Himalayan climb, especially if you are already keen on exploring the cultural and Tibetan influenced Langtang region.

Chulu West Peak Climb - Chulu West is a peak in the Annapurna region of Nepal. It features mesmerizing views of the nearby Dhaulagiri and Annapurna I (Annapurna I has the highest death to summit rate at the moment).

Although Chulu West requires some basic skills with ice axes and crampons, the experience of conquering a tough peak and the view from the top are definitely worth the effort. If you are looking for an adventure, it is a great addition to the Annapurna Circuit trek!

Pisang Peak Climbing - Shouldering above the Pisang village in Annapurna Conservation Area, Pisang peak is one of the most popular trekking peaks in the Annapurna region. This peak is relatively more technical than other trekking peaks. Hence, you do need to be physically fit and preferably have some previous mountaineering experience. The view from the top – majestic views of the entire Annapurna range - makes it all worth it. Crossing Thorong La pass, the widest pass in the world, after the descent is another highlight of the this climbing trip.

Dhampus Peak Climbing - Dhampus peak lies in the Dhaulagiri massif, nestled among a host of Himalayan peaks. The Dhampus summit features a majestic panorama of as many as 30 peaks, among them giants like Machhapuchchhre, Annapurna I, and Manaslu. The spectacular view of the nearby Dhaulagiri and Tukuche will leave you in sheer awe.

Pokhalde Peak Climbing - One of the easiest trekking peaks in Nepal, Pokhalde is the perfect choice for people who want a full Himalayan experience without having to exert themselves too much. It is located 12 km southwest of Mt. Everest. Despite the ease of ascent, the peak is a great vantage point to admire the surrounding Himalayas. Also, if you are already looking to explore the Everest Base Camp, why not add small climbing adventure to the itinerary.

Pharchamo Peak Climbing - Frequently climbed in conjunction with Ramdung - another excellent peak in the Rolwaling valley Pharchamo is a snowy peak that offers a pleasant and not particularly difficult climb. The peak lies to the south of the glacier-rich Tashi Lapcha pass (5,760 m) that connects Rolwaling with Khumbu valley.