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Top 9 Best Reasonable Peak Climbing in Nepal

Author: Prakash Devkota
by Prakash Devkota
Posted: Jun 06, 2019
peak climbing

Table of Content:

  1. Island Peak (Imja Tse) Peak Climbing
  2. Mera Peak Climbing
  3. Lobuche Peak (East) Climbing
  4. Yala Peak Climbing
  5. Chulu Peak (West) Climbing
  6. Pisang Peak Climbing
  7. Dhampus Peak Climbing
  8. Pokalde Peak Climbing
  9. Parchamo Peak Climbing

Info about Peak Climbing in Nepal:

Peak Climbing in Nepal with Nepal Guide Treks and Expedition is also known as "Trekking Peak" accordance to Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA). It is the peak between 5,000m to 7,000m (16404 ft to 22965 ft) from sea level and is considered effectively climbable by any individual who is physically fit, without particular gear or preparing. Keep in mind, if you want the Mount Everest Expedition you have to spend around 14 days for preparing an adjustment in base camp. This contrasts inconceivably with the term expedition.

All the Climbing Peak in Nepal are higher than the most elevated mountains in America, Europe or Africa and some of them do require specialized climbing ability and just expert climbers should endeavour. Anyway, some others can be moved by beginners with great wellness and fundamental climbing abilities. The majority of the pinnacle climbing trips takes you through wild and unexplored elevated locales, out of the horde of normal trekkers. Since crest moving in Nepal is related with trekking to the locale of that specific pinnacle and has a double advantage.

List of some Best peak climbing in Nepal :

Island Peak (Imja Tse) Climbing

Island peak name was given by the Eric Shipton in 1952. Ever since the fascinating name has stuck with the western people. Following a year in 1953, Island Expedition was successfully climbed by Charles Evans, Alf Gregory, Charles Wylie, Tenzing Norgay and other sherpas during preparation for the ascent of Everest.

FACTS are:LOCATION: SolukhumbuPEAK: Imja Tse, 6189m (20305ft)BASE CAMP: Pareshaya Gab, 5078m (16661ft)HIGH CAMP: Above Pereshaya Gab, 5700m (18702ft)GRADE: Alpine grade PD+BEST TIME: April to May and October to November

This is the first choice mountaineering objective for climbers in Nepal. As well as providing an enjoyable climb the peak also provides quite spectacular views, surrounded by Nuptse (7879m/25851ft), Lhotse (8501m/27892ft) and Lhotse Shar (8383m/27505ft). To the east, it is dominated by Makalu (8475m/27806ft) and to the south of Imja Glacier the icy flutings of Baruntse (7720m/25329ft).

Mera Peak ExpeditionThe first ascent of Mera Peak Climbing was made by Jimmy Roberts and Sen Tenzing in 1953. The next ascent was made in 1975 by French climbers G. Baus, Marcel Jolly and L. Hills climbed the North peak.

FACTS are:LOCATION: SolukhumbuPEAK: Mera Peak, 6476m (21247ft)BASE CAMP: East side of Mera La, 5300m (17390ft)HIGH CAMP: Mera Glacier 5800m (19030ft)GRADE: Alpine grade F

BEST TIME: September to November

Mera Expedition or Mera Mountaineering contains three summits: Mera North, 6476m (21247 ft); Mera Central, 6461m (21198 ft); and Mera South, 6065m (19898 ft). The smooth route starts at the Mera La (5415m/177687ft). Mera Peak Climbing is one of the most popular highest Nepal’s Official Peak Climbing.

Lobuche Peak (East) Climbing

The first recorded ascent of true Lobuche East Expedition was made by Laurence Nielson and Sherpa Ang Gyalzen in 1984. Others may have reached the east Lobuche peak but there is no fire exit. There is two peaks to Lobuche summit. One is Lobuche East Peak Climbing, 6119m (20075ft) and the next is Lobuche West Peak Climbing, 6145m (20161ft).

FACTS are:LOCATION: SolukhumbuPEAK: Lobuche East 6119m (20075ft)BASE CAMP: Lobuche VillageHIGH CAMP: Tsho La Tso, 5000m (16405ft)GRADE: Alpine Grade PDBEST TIME: Mid March to May and October to Mid December

This one is challenging than Island Peak and Mera Peak, and the great peak in the Everest Region. Lobuche is also spelt Lobuje. Lobuche peak is an attractive one. Lobuche Peak with Everest Base Camp Trek starts with a scenic mountain flight from Kathmandu to Lukla. Lukla is the gateway to the Khumbu and Everest region of Nepal. From the summit, we will be rewarded with Astound views of the world’s popular peak Mt. Everest and Lhotse, Nuptse, Ama Dablam, Cholatse, and Pumori.

Yala Peak Climbing

The nearest peak from the Kathmandu is Yala Expedition. Offering the easiest climb and affords spectacular views of Shishapangma, which is the highest mountain in Tibet. Other visible peaks are Gangchepo, Langsisha Ri, Langtang Lirung, and Dorche Pakpa. It is part of the Langtang Himal.

FACTS are:LOCATION: LangtangPEAK: Yala Summit, 5500m (18046ft)BASE CAMP: Kyangjin GompaHIGH CAMP: Beyond YalaGRADE: Alpine grade BEST TIME: March to May and October to November Zulu Peak (West) Climbing

Chulu West Peak Climbing was first climbed by Japanese Expedition in 1952 by K. Hayashi, S. Nakao, M. Takagi, S. Takebuchi and Nepali Sherpas. Chulu West is located next to the Annapurna Circuit Trail in Manang Valley. It features the stunning views of the Mount Dhaulagiri and Annapurna I from the chulu east summit. The chulu west is a little bit challenging for the new climber. Chulu West requires some essential aptitudes with ice tomahawks and crampons, the experience of overcoming an intense pinnacle and the view from the best is unquestionably justified regardless of the exertion.

FACTS are:LOCATION: Annapurna RegionPEAK: Chulu West, 6419m (21055ft)BASE CAMP:HIGH CAMP:GRADE: Alpine grade PDBEST TIME: March to April and October to November

Pisang Peak Climbing

The first ascent was made solo by J. Wellenkamp in 1955 as a part of German expedition to Annapurna. Pisang Expedition is the popular climbing peak in the Annapurna region. It is located in Annapurna Circuit Trail. The nearest village from the Pisang peak is Pisang village. This summit is generally more specialized than other trekking peaks. Henceforth, you should be physically fit and ideally have some past mountaineering knowledge. The view from the best – glorious perspectives of the whole Annapurna extend — makes everything justified, despite all the trouble.

FACTS are :LOCATION: Annapurna RegionPEAK: Pisang Peak, 6091m (19983ft)BASE CAMP: Kharka above Pisang, 4380m (14370ft)GRADE: Alpine grade PD-BEST TIME: March-April and September-November

Dhampus Peak Climbing

Dhampus peak located in the Dhaulagiri mountain range settled among a large group of Himalayan pinnacles. The Dhampus summit includes a glorious scene of upwards of many peaks (over 30), among them beautiful like Machhapuchchhre (Fishtail), Annapurna I, and Manaslu. The stupendous scene of the close-by Dhaulagiri and Tukuche will abandon you in sheer amazement.

FACTS are:LOCATION: DhaulagiriPEAK: Dhampus Peak, 6012m (19719ft)BASE CAMP:GRADE: Alpine Grade PDBEST TIME: March-April and October-November

Pokalde Peak ClimbingIt was the first ascent in 1953 by Noyce Bourdillon, Ward, and Bravery Sherpas. Pokalde Expedition and Mountaineering are famous as easiest climbing peaks in Nepal. The climbing duration is one day. This one is the shortest climbing route.

FACTS are:LOCATION: SolukhumbuPEAK: Pokalde Peak, 5806m (19049ft)BASE CAMP: Kongma La Lakes, 5300m (17389ft)GRADE: Alpine grade PDBEST TIME: April-May and September-October

Parchamo Peak climbing the first successful ascent of this peak in 1955 by Dennis Davis and Phil Boultbee. This peak is located south of the Tesi Lapcha, on Rolwaling Valley. Likewise, Parchamo Peak Climbing is easy to climb and snowy peak offers an enjoyable and easy climb.

FACTS are:LOCATION: Gaurishankar Conservation AreaPEAK: Parchamo, 6273m (20582ft)BASE CAMP: Tesi Lapcha, 5755m (18882ft)GRADE: Alpine grade PDBEST TIME: March to April and October to November

Considering all those aforementioned facts we can easily decide which peak climbing, expedition or mountaineering are best for our climbing journey. We Nepal Guide Treks and Expedition are always ready to give you mesmerizing views of every Peak Climbing Trip in Nepal. So hurry up for your peak climbing trip.

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We are specialized in various adventurous activities such as hiking, trekking, peak climbing, mountaineering expedition, paragliding, bungee jumping, rafting and many more adventure activities in Nepal, Tibet, and Bhutan.

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