Nepal, being a country with the highest mountains in the world, is undoubtedly known for adventures like peak climbing and mountaineering expeditions. So far, Nepal has 1,310 identified Himalayan peaks over 6000 meters including 8 out of 14 highest peaks in the world whereas 326 peaks are officially available for climbing. Leaving a footprint on the top of the world is a dream for every mountain climber around the world. Climbing to the top of the world is something to be proud of and is bound to be a lifetime experience.
Peak climbing/ Mountaineering is the next step to trekking and is not as easy as it seems. It requires a lot more skills as the climber has to face some life-threatening obstacles putting your skills and courage to the test. It offers a wildering adventure in the snow to all the thrill-seekers out there. However, Nepal also offers easier climbs for the first-timers in good fitness, and with proper training, you can summit these mountains and plan your journey to the highest point on earth. Before actually setting out for your climbing expedition, climbers must obtain a climbing permit from Nepal Mountaineering Association. You can apply through an agency, and it is mandatory to have a mountaineering guide. The guides are well experienced local sherpas who are very familiar with the routes. They will be your companion along the way and under no circumstances compromise your safety. The Pisang peak, Chulu West, and Chulu East in the Annapurna Region or the Lobuche East, Lobuche West, and Nirekha Peak that rest in the Everest Region are some of the challenging mountain peaks you can climb. Island peak climbing, Mera peak climbing, Yala peak climbing, Tent peak climbing, and many more are some of the well-known peak climbing Nepal has to offer. And interesting fact is that all Trekking Peaks in Nepal are more higher than the highest mountains in America, Europe, and Africa and there are some technical peaks in Nepal which do require very good stamina, climbing skills, and professionalism and only experience climbers goes for it.
Thousands of climbers and mountaineers came to Nepal to fulfill their dreams of mountaineering. Peak climbing in Nepal offers you a great range of climbing experiences. If you are a thrill-seeker wanting to experience peak climbing at its highest glory, then you should definitely try out peak climbing in Nepal.