I met Sappa on my first trek in Nepal in 2008. On this trek I was accompanied by my two sons. From our initial meeting at the airport we knew that we were in good hands for whatever awaited us on our trek. We found Sappa to be an excellent, experienced and knowledgeable guide. He was very attentive to our needs and ensured that our trek was trouble free. His Read More+

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We took an 11-day trekking trip with Sappa and a porter in the Langtang and Helambu region in Mai 2011. We entered Langtang valley at Syabrubesi, trekked up to Kyanjin Gompa and continued to Helambu via Gosaikunda lake and the Lauribina La pass. The trek was wonderful. It leads through different. Read More +

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"I trekked with Sappa to EBC in 2007. We were introduced to him by three groups of friends who had each trekked with him before on the others' recommendation. They were not wrong. Sappa ensured we were comfortable and from the moment we arrived in Nepal. Organising everything from transport to our hotel to making sure I'd all the gear needed for our trek. He even wanted to carry my pack! during the trek the high level of service continued. Read More+

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Peak Climbing in Nepal

 

Nepal is a region boasting of unmatched scenic beauty and several regions that are tailor made for adventure sports. And this country is considered a heaven for mountaineering enthusiasts from all over the world. Nepal offers outstanding peak climbing opportunities owing to the presence of the highest peaks of the world. Nepal has almost 1310 mountains in the major portion of the Mountain range and are over 5500m to 8848m above the sea level.


Peak Climbing in Nepal Himalayas is a dream of many mountain climbers. For more adventure seekers there are 18 minor peaks opened for Alpine Climbing under Nepal Mountaineering Association. Nepal Mountaineering Association has formulated rules and regulations for climbing these peaks. Majority of climbs will take you through wild and virgin alpine regions which are actually out of reach of regular trekkers. Peak climbing in Nepal requires several considerations before one can embark on actual climbing. You have to follow various rules and regulations as well as restrictions imposed by Government of Nepal for the regulation of Peak Climbing activities due to many reasons like economic, environmental, safety and cultural concerns. Peak climbing in Nepal is one of the most liked adventure activities.


The popular Peak Climbing Packages in Nepal include: Mera Peak Climbing, Amadablam Peak Climbing, Pisang Peak Climbing, Island Peak Climbing, and Chulu Peak Climbing and so on. If you are planning for climbing such glorious peaks of Nepal Himalayas, just remember Nepal Base Camp Treks. We provide you the best peak climbing packages with the guarantee of safety and satisfaction. We welcome you at Kathmandu.


 

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Peak Climbing in Nepal : 2014


Island Peak Climbing Imja Tse was first named Island peak because of its resemblance to an island in a sea of ice when seen from above Dingboche. As well as providing an enjoyable climb the peak also provides some of the most striking scenery in the khambu,any other peaks can be seen from the summit including nuptse,Lhotse, Lhotse middle peak, Lhotse Star ,Cho polu,Makalu,Baruntse and Ama Dablam.

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Mera Peak Climbing is officially the highest among all 18 permitted trekking peaks. Mera Peak rises approx. 11 ikilometers to the south of Mt. Everest. Climbing Mera Peak is moderately challenging, and for many first-time Nepal climbers Mera Peak offers a thrilling opportunity to try some Himalayan rock and ice. The climb is not too technical except you will need good adaptation to altitude and some basic experience with climbing equipment, including ice axe and crampons.As always, the key to a successful trip at high altitude is a slow start and plenty of Read More+

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Parcharmo Peak Climbing The peak, which lies due south of the Tesi Lapcha, is unnamed on the Schneider Rolwaling Himal map, but is given a spot height of 6,273 metres (20,581ft). The Mandala Lamasangu to Everest map calls the peak Parchoma, which is quite possibly a spelling mistake. Both Shipton's and Gregory's expedition surveys gave the peak an altitude close to 6,318 metres (20,700ft).Seen from the pass the mountain is an attractive but straightforward snow peak with a well defined north by north west ridge rising from the relatively flat, crevassed glacier Read More+

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Pisang Peak Climbing A Journey to Pisang peak Combines Divers feature of the Popular in Annapurna region in the term of group and changing topography. A unique trek and demanding adventure climbing can be suitable only for the individual fit wishing to take on an adventure of a lifetime. The pisang peak rise from the yak pasture above the old pisang village to the final submit in the uniform slop of snow and ice. The western flank guarded by glacier a and traverse to the whole submit. Organize climbing clinic group briefed instructed by experience. Read More+

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Naya Kanga Peak Climbing Langtang region is a popular destination for climbing snow peaks and spectacular panoramic views of mountains in Nepal and Tibet. Easy access to the region and availability of several snow peaks scattered around for acclimatization make this region an ideal destination for novice as well as experienced climbers. Naya Kanga is an attractive peak rising to the west of the Ganja La pass (5,122m/16,800ft) . Ascending to Ganja La and the summit of Naya Kanga offer the spectacular panoramic views of mountains in Nepal and Tibet. Read More+