Trekking in the Himalayas of Nepal itself can be both challenging and invigorating with all its splendor and immensity, and with the major part of the Himalayas situated here, there is a wide choice to spoil the adventure seeker. However, if this was not enough, we also offer pleasures of trekking combined with peak climbing to those who want an exhilarating and moderately daring adventure.

Some of the most popular trekking-climbing peaks are Island Peak, Mera Peak, Lobuche East Peak, Pokalde Peak – in the Everest region, Nayakanga Peak in the Langtang region and Pisang Peak, Singuchuli Peak, Tharpu Chuli Peak – in the Annapurna region. These peaks are in the 5000 to little over 6000meter ranges.

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Cholatse Ascent

Cholatse is located in the Everest region and between the Gokyo Valley and the Gokyo Lake and it can be a complete mountaineering expedition combined with an adventure trek in the Himalayas.

Chulu West Peak Climbing

Chulu West is one of the most popular “trekking peaks” in the Himalayas and are technically less demanding and do not pose serious challenges in the ascent.

Dhampus Peak Climbing

When observed from Dingboche Mt. Imja Tse ( aka Island Peak ) resembles an island in a sea of ice.

Everest Base Camp and Island Peak

When observed from Dingboche Mt. Imja Tse ( aka Island Peak ) resembles an island in a sea of ice.

Island Peak Climbing

The Island peak expedition in the Everest region is one of the most popular mountaineering expeditions in Nepal.

Kusum Kangru Peak Climbing

Although Kusum Kangru peak falls under the category of trekking peaks in the Khumbu region, it presents challenges that are way above the level of the peaks that fall in this category.

Kwangde Ri Climbing

Kwangde Ri (6011m), towering above the Bhote Koshi and lying to the south-west of Namche Bazaar is an arduous mountain to climb in spite of its altitude.

Kyajo Ri Ascent

This mountain was only opened for climbing in 2002 and has come as an excellent option for mountaineers who want to indulge in adventurous and exciting climbing without the perils of attempting the more risky and strenuous 8 thousanders.

Lobuche Peak Climbing

This peak has been classified as a climbing peak by the NMA ( Nepal Mountaineering Association ) as it involves acquiring a permit to climb it and the expertise and equipment required to scale the more “technical” peaks as compared to trekking peaks.

Mera Peak Climbing

Out of the three summits of the Mera peak, the central summit is most frequently climbed.

Naya Kanga Peak Ascent

This peak, which is situated in the Langtang region, is becoming increasingly popular among mountaineering and peak climbing enthusiasts.

Chulu Paldor Peak Ascent

Since it was first climbed in 1947, Paldor Peak ( 5923 m )which is situated to the north of Kathmandu Valley, has been a major attraction as trekking peak among alpine adventure seekers.

Parchamo Peak Ascent

This peak is a comparatively difficult mountaineering expedition, but it is an excellent combination with the world famed Annapurna Circuit Trek.

Pisang Peak Ascent

This peak is a comparatively difficult mountaineering expedition, but it is an excellent combination with the world famed Annapurna Circuit Trek.

Pokalde Peak Climbing

Pokalde Peak has been classified as a group B climbing peak; however, despite such categorization, you can summit this peak without the use of various mountaineering gear and equipment like crampons, ice axes and ropes.

Ramdung Peak Climbing

Ramdung ( 5930 m ) is an exceedingly beautiful and awe inspiring peak located in the Rolwaling Valley and offers a unique Himalayan adventure.

Tent Peak Climbing

The approach to Tent Peak ( 5663 )from Pokhara for its ascent,

THREE PEAKS – Island, Pokhalde, Lobuche East

This trip will take you to the summit of three peaks with two above 6000m.

Yala Peak Ascent

The Langtang Valley which is composed of the Langtang National Park, is a naturalists and animal lovers paradise

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