This is a totally different ball game from Trekking and Peak Climbing and requires a higher level of training, expertise and some degree of experience; mainly because of the altitude, weather conditions and risks involved. Nepal has 8 of the 14 highest peaks in the world ( eight-thousanders ) and mountaineering enthusiast would want to forego such a challenge. Everest 8848 m, Cho Oyu 8201 m, Sishapangma 8035 m, to name a few. There are, however, peaks that fall in the 7000-meter category which also offer even the seasoned climber a run for their money.

Climbing expeditions do require permits and clearance from MOTCA ( Ministry of Tourism & Civil Aviation ) and a nod from the NMA ( Nepal Mountaineering Association ). You will be provided with expert and experienced Sherpa leaders who have in-depth local knowledge of all matters pertaining to climbing and the region.

135 Peaks have been graded as mountaineering peaks and 32 smaller ones as trekking peaks. Most of the mountaineering peaks are 7000 – 8000 meters and trekking peaks vary from 5000 – 6000 meters


Mount Everest Expedition

Mount Everest, the highest mountain in the world, stands at a stunning 8848 meters or 29, 028 feet and has always tested the mettle of the hardiest climbers in the world.


Amadablam Expedition

The magnetism of Ama Dablam draws many a mountaineer, but climbing this peak puts even the seasoned mountaineer to the test as it is a technically challenging peak which requires tremendous mountaineering skills.


Annapurna IV Expedition

Among the six major peaks in the Annapurna Massif, Annapurna IV ( 7525 m ) is one of them. Climbing this peak entails setting up three camps after the base camp to reach the summit.


Baruntse Peak 7, 129m

Baruntse is a stunningly beautiful peak located in the Makalu Barun National Park. Situated just east of Everest and in between Everest and Makalu, the surroundings and symmetry have rightfully earned this peak its distinct identity.


Dhaulagari Expedition

Standing prominently in a 30-mile massif, Mt. Dhaulagiri ( 8167m ), renders challenges that put even the most seasoned climber’s experience and physical and psychological endurance to the test.


Kanchenjunga Expedition

Those who want to establish themselves as seasoned mountaineers to the rest of the world, the ascent on Kanchenjunga will surely test your mettle and resolve.


Lhotse Expedition

Mt. Lhotse ( 8516 m ) is the nearest in proximity 8000 meter neighbor to Everest, separated by a pass ( South Col ).


Makalu Expedition

Situated to the southeast of Mt. Everest, is Mt. Makalu ( 8481 m ), the world’s fifth highest mountain.


Manaslu Expedition

Towering at 8163 meters, Mt. Manaslu promises one of the most challenging and adventurous mountaineering expeditions in Nepal.


Shisapangma Expedition

Shisapanga ( 8013 m ), lying immediately to the north of Kathmandu along the Nepal-China border, is the highest in the Langtang and Jugal Himal ranges.

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