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Nepal Peak Climbing

Nepal Peak Climbing

Nepal: The Himalayan Kingdom embraces 1310 mountains with altitude ranging from 5500m to 8848m above sea level is very popular among mountaineers. 

Nepal holds eight of the world's highest peaks above 8000m which includes Mt. Everest (8850m.): the highest peak in the world; Kanchenjunga (8586m.), Makalu (8463m.), Lhotse (8516m.), Cho Oyu (8201m.), Manaslu, (8163m.) Dhaulagiri (8167m.) and Annapurna (8091m.) 

Since 1978, Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA) has had the authority to issue mountaineering permits for climbing small to gigantic peaks; We will arrange the climb permits, necessary equipment along with a professional guide who will accompany you throughout this adventurous trek. 

Guides from Nepal Tibet Tours & Treks are technically experienced high elevation climbers. Some of the trekking peaks are challenging and dangerous while climbing. However, our guides are skilled enough to take you cautiously into the thin air region of the glorious Himalayas. They are mostly concerned about your adjustment process in the high altitude.

We would gladly send you the policies of NMA upon your request if you are interested in witnessing the hallucinating snow-capped Himalayas. All you need to have is bravery and spirit and then leave it all to Visit Nepal-Tibet Treks for every other thing.

 

Nepal Peak Climbing

Island Peak (6160m) Climbing

Island Peak (6160m) Climbing

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Mera Peak (6654m) Climbing

Mera Peak (6654m) Climbing

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Island and Mera Peak with Everest Base Camp

Island and Mera Peak with Everest Base Camp

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Pisang Peak (6091m) Climbing

Pisang Peak (6091m) Climbing

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Dromo Peak (6855m) Climbing

Dromo Peak (6855m) Climbing

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