Peak Climbing

In Nepal 263 peaks are opened for mountaineering purposes with the altitude ranging below 6650 meters including the new and old ones. Since from 1978, Nepal mountaineerng association (NMA) get authorization to issue the permit for 33 trekking peaks. As per the himalayan standards, the smalller mountains ranging from 5587 to 6500 metres are known as "trekking peaks", which can be climbed by any fit and keen trekkers. But you will have to climb under the supervision of the professional guides who have gained the training for climbing mountains. You can experience the adventure, challenged once you start your journey for climbing the mountains.

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Activity levels

Easy trekking are basically for the beginners. This kind of treks is typically done in the lower hilly region of elevation below 3500 metre. The trails in this trek are generally vertical and walking time is 3 - 5 hours everyday.

Moderate types of trekking generally take place on the low altitude zone crossing the passes below the elevation of 4500 meters. Normally the walking is from 4 - 6 hours each day.

Hard kind of trekking routes crosses through the wild and adventurous trails and sometimes passes through the snow covered high passes between 4500 meters to 5500 meters. Usually the walks takes from 7-8 hours everyday.

Generally this types of routes are demanding long distance treks where the walks takes up to 9 hours each day. Each trail crosses at least one pass over 5500 meters frequently contains hardly ever explored regions. Challenging are the expedition types of activity.