Nepal Peak Climbing

We also organise peak climbing for groups and individuals. Trekkers who wish to gain extra thrill during a high-altitude trek can go for peak climbing. Alternatively, aspiring mountaineers can start training and gaining experience by climbing smaller peaks. There are a range of peaks with varying altitude and difficulty level to climb. Some of the peaks like Pisang, Imja and Mera can be climbed by sparing some extra days during a trek in the Everest region. While for some peaks, you need to dedicate more time and effort due to increased altitude and difficulty. 

Although, sophisticated gears and highly-skilled guides like those used in mountain expeditions are not required for climbing smaller peaks, extra gears like special boots, ice-axe, helmets, jackets and sometime oxygen cylinders for contingency are required for peak climbing as you need to walk on ice on high-altitude. Experienced climbers can venture alone, but it is advisable to take along a skilled guide. 

Permits are required for peak climbing, too. The official process is easier and the charges are less compared to mountain expeditions. The government has authorised Nepal Mountaineering Association, of which we are a member, to give out permits for peak climbing.  

Our subsidiary company Adventure United Treks (P) Ltd.{Blue Mountain travels} is professional Organizer of Expeditions includes the following peaks.
mera peak climbing

Mera Peak Climbing

Mera is a popular introduction to Himalayan Mountaineering. It is the highest peak in Nepal that requires a basic level of mountaineering skill and experience. Fit trekkers and climbers can join this...

Island (Imja Tse) Peak Climbing

Island (Imja Tse) Peak Climbing

This will be a great experience for all types of people, who is in search for moderate, adventurous climbing experience. All you need for this trip is your positive attitude and in sound physical...

Pisang Peak Climbing

Pisang Peak Climbing

The peak (6091 Mt.) in the Annapurna region and offers splendid view of the Annapurna, Dhaulagiri, Manasulu...