Nepal is blessed by nature, not least the 1310 Himalayan peaks that are above 6000meters. Many of these peaks are open for climbing and they offer an unlimited amount of adventure for the high altitude enthusiast. Most of the climbs are combined with the pleasure of trekking through the lower hills on the way to your particular destination.You need to be fit and many peaks will require you to have knowledge of climbing techniques.It also goes without saying, that if you are going over 6000 meters you need to be physically fit as it requires not only determination, but also a lot of stamina. Peak climbing is particularly rewarding as it adds a focus to your trek, also there is nothing quite like standing on the summit of a mountain in the Himalays and the sense of achievement that brings. It goes without saying that if the weather is clear the views are out of this world.
Peak climbing is one of the services that our company offers and is specialized in. With our professional mountain climbing Guide/Sherpas you are always assured better, safer and more successful trips. As a member of (Nepal Mountaineering Association) NMA, we provide the peak permits and logistical support . We offer a range of climbing options, from the individual climber to operating full-board group climbing expeditions.Please make contact if you require any further information.
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