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Top 10 Best Climbing Peaks in Nepal

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Cheers, finally you decided to put your busy life on hold for a few week to go Nepal for adventure peak climbing. However, there are hundreds of peaks in Nepal for climbing, you are at loss as to which peak would be suitable for you. Then first of all you search for “Peak Climbing in Nepal” which ultimately leads you this page. Dear readers here we Global Holidays Adventure has listed major top 10 best climbing peaks in Nepal and sharing our advance knowledge. The peaks under 7000 meters are considered easily climb by anyone who is physically fit without specialized equipment or training are known as trekking peak.

Normally how Many days does it take to climb a Trekking Peak in Nepal?
Since all trekking Peaks of Nepal are falls under the same group, Group B (Classifying by Nepal Mountaineering Association). To make a successful summit of any peak in Nepal you need at least 2 to 3 weeks.

How Much does it cost?
Cost is depend upon the group size of the climbers. Basically for up to 4 climbers the price is $ 350 and $ 40 extra for each additional climber up to 8 climber for the NMA peaks. Including permit and all climbing expenses you need at least $2000 to $2500 to summit a trekking peak In Nepal.

In this article we list out top 10 best climbing peaks in Nepal with essential details for each peaks. These information will hopefully enable you to identify a suitable peak your preferences. If you read more about peak climbing, please click the link at the title of entry. The peaks are listed in order of their popularity.

1. ISLAND PEAK
Island peak is a slightly technical and challenging peak climbing in Nepal. This is most popular trekking peak is combine with Everest base camp trekking which allows the proper acclimatization. The summit of Island peak offers the close-up views of Mt. Lhotse the 4th highest mountain in the planet. In fact, Island peak climbing is a life experience and well suited for anyone who are planning first time climbing in Himalaya.

Island Peak Climbing

Facts:-
Location: Everest region, Solukhumbu.
Altitude: 6,189 meters.
Level: Little difficulty.
Required climbing duration: 1 – 2 Days.
Best Season: April – May / October –November.
Total Duration: 20 Days including EBC.
Accommodation: Tea House and Tent Camp.

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2. MERA PEAK
Mera peak 6476 meters is the highest trekking Peak in Nepal. Mera offers the great views of three highest mountain in the earth – Mt. Everest (8848 meters), Cho Oyu (8201 meters) and Lhotse (8516 meters). The route to Mera is less accessible then Island Peak, and it looks remoteness, so it gives more expedition kind of feeling. The journey passes the lush rhododendron forest and majestic Himalayan villages is as magnificent as climb itself.

Mera Peak Climbing

Facts:-
Location: Everest Region (Makalu Barun National Park)
Altitude: 6475 meters
Level: Little difficulty
Required Climbing Duration: 1 – 2 Days.
Best Season: April – May / October –November.
Total Duration: 21 Days for whole itinerary.
Accommodation: Tea House and Tent Camp.

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3.LOBUCHE PEAK
Lobuche Peak climbing is another great adventure in Khumbu region. Lobuche East (6119 meters) offers the astounding close views of surrounding Everest, Lhotse, Pumori, Ama Dablam, Cholatse and other hundreds of snowcapped Himalayan peaks. Basically climber combine Lobuche Peak with Everest base camp (5363 m) and Kalapattar (5545 m) which allows the proper acclimatization. The peak is moderately challenging but climber do not need any previous experience.

Lobuche peak Climbing

Facts:-
Location: Everest Region, Solukhumbu.
Altitude: 6119 meters.
Level: Moderate.
Required Climbing Duration: 3 Days.
Best Season: April – May / October –November.
Total Duration: 20 Days including EBC.
Accommodation: Tea House and Tent Camp.

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4. YALA PEAK
Yela is a nontechnical Peak offering excellent views of Sishapangma (8013 meters) – the highest mountain in Tibet and others peaks such as Langtang Lirung, Langsisha Ri, Gangchepo, and Dorche Pakpa. Located in Langtang region of Nepal yela peak climbing is an excellent choice for you first Himalayan climb with exclusive Tibetan influenced local culture.

Yala Peak climbing

Facts:-
Location: Langtang Region,
Altitude: 5520 meters
Level: Easy
Required Climbing Duration: 1 Day
Best Season: April – May / October –November
Total Duration: 14 Days
Accommodation: Tea House and Tent Camp

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5. CHULU EAST PEAK
Located at the Anapurna region of Nepal Chulu West peak requires some basic skill with axes and crampons. The peak offers the mesmerizing views of the Nearby Dhaulagiri and Annapurna. If you are looking for great addition adventure during Annapurna circuit trekking this is the best option.

Chulu East Peak Climbing

Facts:-
Location: Annapurna Region,
Altitude: 6419 meters
Level: Difficulty
Required Climbing Duration: 6 Days
Best Season: April – May / October –November
Total Duration: 21 Days
Accommodation: Tea House and Tent Camp

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6. SARIBUNG PEAK
Saribung Peak 6387 meters offers the incredible views of several snow-capped giant in the Himalayas. The climb do not need any mountaineering experiences but physically demanding as you have to climb steep snow trails through the Saribung-La pass at the elevation of 5600. The experience of conquering a summit of the peak is accompanied by the visit various magnificent landscapes of the land beyond the Himalaya. The Ancient Tibetan influence culture and the pristine lifestyle of the local communities in the Upper Mustang, arid and rugged lands, and turquoise Damodar kunda are life time experiences.

Facts:-
Location: Mustang Region,
Altitude: 6387 meters
Level: Difficulty
Required Climbing Duration: 4 Days
Best Season: April – May / October –November
Total Duration: 21 Days
Accommodation: Tea House and Tent Camp

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7. TENT PEAK
Tharpu Chuli, Popular known as Tent peak is located in Annapurna Himalayan region. Tent peak is relatively easy trekking peak at an elevation of 5663 m which don’t not need any pre-climbing experiences and technical skill to reach the summit. Tent peak offers the magnificent views of Annapurna Massif and surrounding Himalayan peaks. IF you are physically fit and want to summit the Himalayan peak in easy way with a short period of time the Tent peak will be the first choice.

Tent Peak Climbing

Facts:-
Location: Annapurna Region,
Altitude: 5663 meters
Level: Easy
Required Climbing Duration: 2 Days
Best Season: April – May / October –November
Total Duration: 18 Days
Accommodation: Tea House and Tent Camp

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8. HIMCHULI PEAK CLIMBING
Himchuli Peak 6461 meters is an exciting climbing in Annapurna region of Nepal. Himchuli peak requires some pre-mountaineering experiences and technical skills to reach the summit. The peak Offers the magnificent views of Annapurna south, Dhaulagiri, Machapurchhe, Nilgiri and other Himalayan peaks. Apart from the conquering the summit the trip offers the various scenic spots in Nepal such as Poonhill, Annapurna Base camp, Machapurchhe Base camp and closely experiences of local culture and pristine Nature of Annapurna region.

Facts:-
Location: Annapurna Region,
Altitude: 6461 meters
Level: Technical
Required Climbing Duration: 4 Days
Best Season: April – May / October –November
Total Duration: 21 Days
Accommodation: Tea House and Tent Camp.

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9. PISAND PEAK
Located above the Pisang village in Annapurna Conservation Area, Pisang peak is one of the famous and popular trekking peak climbing in Annapurna region. It is relatively more technical Peak then other trekking peak in Nepal. Pisang peak requires some physically fitness and pre-mountaineering experience to make a successful summit. The summit of Pisang offers the great view of Annapurna massif which is lifetime experience for the adventure lovers. Crossing Throng La pass, visit Muktinath Temple and Kaligandaki gorge in Mustang are another highlights of this climbing trip.

Location: Annapurna Region,
Altitude: 6092 meters
Level: Technical
Required Climbing Duration: 2 Days
Best Season: April – May / October –November
Total Duration: 18 Days
Accommodation: Tea House and Tent Camp.

10. DHAMPUS PEAK
Dhampus peak located in Dhaulagiti region offers the majestic panoramic views of as many as 30 peaks, among Annapirna, Manaslu and Machapurche and etc. This is an easy climbing peak where you don’t need any previous mountaineering experiences and technical skills.

Location: Dhaulagiri Region,
Altitude: 6012 meters
Level: Easy
Required Climbing Duration: 2 Days
Best Season: April – May / October –November
Total Duration: 15 Days
Accommodation: Tea House and Tent Camp.