Nepal has serveral Mountains, Peaks, Forest, Rivers and natural resources, this is why Nepal is considered as a naturally rich country. In Nepal there are several highest peaks of the world and 1300 among them are higher than 6000 meter. Eight Peaks are in Nepal among fourteen higher than 8000 meter of the world. Likewise 32 peak higher than 7200 meter are here in this small country, including Mt. Everest.
Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA) has designated 18 lesser summits, ranging in elevation from 5587 m. to 6654 m. as trekking peaks. These peaks offer a compromise between a standard trek and a full-on mountaineering expedition, ranging in difficulty from moderately steep glacier walks to technical, multi day rock and ice climbs. Previous climbing experience is not strictly necessary, but you need to be physically fit and able to cope with cold and stormy conditions.
Peak climbing is little more ambitious with a view of adventure since it is scaling of the Snowy Peaks of the Great Himalayas. The experiment and enjoyment that you get from the entire procedures and the views from the top of the peak are wonderful and unforgettable in lifetime.
Therefore Nepal called country of truly Mountains and peaks. Following is the Peak Climbing program / itinerary,
18 Days Mera Peak Climbing
24 Days Popchhermo Peak Climbing
26 Days Dhaulagiri Thapa Peak Trekking
14 Days Yala Peak Trekking
21 Days Thorong Peak Climbing
25 Days Chulu East Peak Climbing
25 Days Chulu Far East Peak Climbing
19 Days Tent Peak Climbing
21 Days Singu Chuli Peak Climbing
19 Days Pokalde Peak Climbing
21 Days Larkya Peak Climbing
30 Days Sunpathi Peak Climbing
22 Days Pisang Peak Climbing
23 Days Island Peak with Gokyo EBC Trek
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