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Wondering about the most popular climbing peaks in Nepal? Thinking about the right peak to scale among a myriad of choices that suits your taste and experience? Well, look no further, for this list is specifically designed to answer your curiosity and help you pick out the peak you are looking for. Even if you will just be trekking in the Nepalese Himalayas, this article will still be a useful read as most of the peaks mentioned below fall in the vicinity of the trekking routes that you will be traversing in your Nepal trip.
Also known as “trekking peaks”, as classified by Nepal Mountaineering Association, climbing peaks generally fall between 5,000m to 7,000m altitude range. As the name implies, these peaks can be attempted as part of a normal trekking trip, leading up to the intended summit. To scale the peak, a separate permit is required along with associated permit fee. Although most of these peaks are non-technical from mountaineering point of view, you are mostly expected to be rather fit, and of course with a keen sense of adventure for high altitude. Below we present ten of the most popular of those peaks of Nepal.
The most well-known trek in the world with spectacular scenery around some of the highest mountains in the Himalayas. The world famous Everest Base Camp Trek is one of the most handsome trekking routes of Nepal offering great scenery and magnificent Himalayan views. Read More
Everest High Passes Trek is an exhilarating adventure in the Himalayas of Nepal that includes trekking on popular Everest trails while also discovering unique gems of the Khumbu region. On our trekking adventure. we cross three high passes in the Everest region Read More
Gokyo Lake Trek is a beautiful journey to the enticing Gokyo lakes and Gokyo Ri which is one of the most amazing viewpoints for great views of Everest and other Himalayas. The 14-day trip begins in Kathmandu where we visit several heritage sites. Read More
Helicopter Tour in Nepal is for those who have limited time or who don’t like to stroll upward and downward in the difficult Himalayan trails. The helicopter tour/trek can be run to shorten the trips, which otherwise may take longer days. Read More