PeakClimbing in Nepal
There are many adventurous activities done in Nepal. Among them peak climbing is regarded as the most challenging adventurous activity. Nepal is famous for golden dawn mountains. From the northern part it is surrounded by huge Himalayas. Among 10 highest peaks of world, eight tallest mountain are in Nepal including world tallest Mt Everest (8848 m). Many peaks are above the altitude of 8000 m above sea level. It will surely be the memorable part of every trekker’s life to climb in any of the high peaks. But to do climbing in the peaks of Nepal it should be confirmed that every trekkers should have both better physical and mental situation. Climbing is not done at once. For the adjustment of temperature we need to accumulate our self in many of the places.
Many peaks of Nepal are prohibited for climbing. Due to which we need to take special permit before climbing the peak from Nepal government. Island peak, Lobuche peak, Chulu east and Chulu west, , Cho la peak Everest peak, Pisang peak, Mera peak etc are the most famous peaks suitable for climbing. Peak climbing in Nepal was 1st done by Tenzing Norgay Sherpa & Edmund Hilary in 1953. In climbing we should have aim of only reaching on the top. To make this aim interesting we will be offered with mystical land, hidden valley, natural beauty and the risky gorges of the path. Peak climbing is not an easy task to do. So we need to have expert guides who help us to climb and use climbing materials. Our all the materials should be professional and expert. We the team of Chomolungma Adventures Pvt. Ltd. will arrange you for any of the prohibited peak for climbing with professional guides and equipments. The schedule is made according to your choice.