Peaks To Climb In Nepal

Mount Everest- The Higest Mountain Peak in the world 8848.83 Meter tall. Hike to the base camp explore the beauty.
Manaslu– The trek to Manaslu is something that almost any reasonably fit person can do. It requires several days of walking and crosses Larke Pass at 5106m/16,752.
Ama Dablam– The climb to the summit of Ama Dablam requires climbing on vertical snow, ice, and rock at extremely high altitude. Most people attempting to climb Ama Dablam have some prior climbing experience and have been to high altitude before.
Baruntse– The climbing season on Baruntse is during the spring (April/May) and fall (September/October). At SummitClimb, we feel that October is the best time to climb, because of the high pressure.
Island Peak– A climb of Island Peak showcases the best parts of Himalayan climbing; a flight to Lukla (one of the most interesting airports in the world), a trek through multiple villages in the Khumbu Valley.
Mera Peak– Mera Peak is considered an “easy” 6000m peak. For many people, it is the first mountain that they climb in Nepal. Relative to other mountains in the Himalayas, Mera Peak is not especially difficult. That is not to say that it is not physically challenging.
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