Peak Climbing in Nepal
Nepal peak Climbing snow-covered peaks is one of the very popular adventures trekking destination lunched by Real Adventure Nepal for your interest. Hundreds of peaks of above 5000 meters including world’s highest mountain Mt. Everest (8848m.) and many other mountains above 8,000m are in Nepal. Summiting the peaks giant mountains is something more than an adventure. Mt. Everest (8848m.), Kanchenjunga (8586m.), Lhotse (8516m.), Makalu (8463m.), Cho Oyo (8201m.), Mt. Annapurna (8091m.), Mt. Dhaulagiri (8167m.), Mt Manaslu (8163m.), etc and other peaks like Island Peak, Mera Peak, Lobuche Peak, Kwade Peak, Chulu East and Chulu West Pisang Peak, Pumori, Tent Peak, and some other peaks are open for climbers in Himalayan country Nepal.
Peak climbing in Nepal is mostly through off beat routes in rough courses. Trekking above alpine zone in extreme cold weather is adventurous and challenging. About 20 peaks are permitted for climbing. These peaks are varied in adventures in consideration of difficulty, altitude and access. Peaks are categorized as difficult, moderate/medium and easy according the challenges and technical aspects. Trekking to these peaks also depend upon their distance and elevation. Having adventure in climbing peaks is generally challenging for average mountaineers and climbers. But professional and experienced climbers can have full adventurous trip in Nepal in peak climbing.
Peak climbing adventure is well-equipped trek to the summit of peaks above 5000 meters. Trekking is enhanced with instruments of modern technologies and with experienced guides. Peak climbing adventure is supported by expert Sherpa guides who are very clever to tackle the obstacles in critical situations. Climbers should have experience of high altitude trekking to perform the best in this adventure. Reaching at the summit of technically difficult peaks is not a cup of tea for everyone. Guides of climbing the guides are well trained and familiar with local culture. Climbing peaks after trekking for some days is helpful to adjust in growing elevation. The local guides can give clear insight and information about local culture and tradition while trekking to the peaks to get unforgettable adventure.