Nepal, as all of us know is a Himalayan Kingdom and has 1310 mountains which range from 5500m to 8848m. This has made Nepal popular for all the mountaineers all around the world.
Since 1978, the Nepal Mountaineering Association has had the authority to issue climbing permits for small-scale peaks. We can see to permitting without the previously complicated application process for you if you have plans of doing any peak climbing in Nepal.
We shall gladly send you the rules and regulations of the Nepal Mountaineering association upon request. If you are interested venture into the snow and ice regions of the high Himalayas, please contact us for detailed information. We can arrange equipment, guides, high altitude porters, and all food and accessories. Any Nepal Mountaineering Association approved mountain can be targeted. There is only one thing you have to bring with yourself: bravery and spirit!
Iceland Peak Climbing (6000m)
Island peak climbing is a very famous and well-known trekking peak in Nepal. Island Peak climbing (6,000 m) is located in Everest region, which is very excited and marvelous place in the world. Island Peak is known as Imja Tse peak from Dingboche the mountain […]...Read more
Yala Peak Climbing (5500m)
Yala is a “trekking peak” in the Langtang Region of Nepal. It is classed as “easy” on the Alpine Grading system although this can vary by a point or so depending on the snow conditions. The peak is seldom climbed in its own, often being […]...Read more
Naya Kanga Peak Climbing (5844m)
When viewed from above Kyangjin Gompa in the Langtang Valley, Naya Kanga is a well shaped mountain rising to the west of the Ganja La (5122m) which is a popular, although at times difficult, pass giving access to Helambu and the Kathmandu Valley. The normal […]...Read more
Lobuche Peak Climbing (6119/6145 m)
There exist two distinct summit to Lobuche peak: Lobuche east ( 6119m/ 20,075ft ) and Lobuche west ( 6145m/ 20161ft ). Although they are connected by a continuous ridge there is a sharp gap and a considerable distance between them. The trekking peak permit is […]...Read more