Peak Climbing in Nepal brings travel dreams successful lifetime journey to trek and climb around stunning Himalayan peaks with awesome panorama and could explore mountain civilization but require fitness climbing and high altitude trekking experience.

Nepal peak climbing offers a delightful and marvelous climb from less technical skill to highly technical difficulties of strong effort, providing a tough challenge to straightforward climb around various high trekking Peaks around Nepal Himalaya.  

Nepal Spirit Adventure runs a wide range of trekking Nepal peak climbing for your interest and endurance in the world of adventure sports of a trek and climbing smaller peaks. Nepal Himalaya capturing world 8th highest mountain Everest-Kanchenjunga-Lhotse-Makalu-Cho-Oyu-Dhaulagiri-Manaslu and Annapurna I. All these high mountains with satellite peaks are known as trekking peaks in Nepal.

All trekking Peak Climbing in Nepal Himalaya is from above 5,600 m to the highest 6,584 meters of Chulu East the highest trekking peaks of Nepal Himalaya. All Trekking Peaks are controlled by NMA (Nepal Mountaineering Association) and the Ministry of Tourism where every climb of above 6,000 meters is charged with special fees as climbing permits.

Peak Climbing in Nepal, one must join with reputed trekking and mountaineering agents of Nepal with proper government license and authorization has to be accompanied by native guides for the climb around trekking Peak Climbing in Nepal Himalaya.

As Nepal Himalayan range extends from the Far west beyond Dhaulagiri to the Far Eastern Himalaya Kanchenjunga Mountains, where many such trekking peaks are located in the shade of giant mountains.

The most famous and popular trekking Peaks Climbing in Nepal is located around Annapurna-Everest and Langtang Himalayan range, due to its easy accessibility to reach the peak by overland drive or flight and then trekking for the climb.

All trekking peaks climbing in Nepal Himalaya with a technical climbing grade as per French / Swiss Alpine system or Scottish alpine climb. The French and Swiss Alpine climbing grade system is more popular and widely uses worldwide and in Nepal Himalaya as well.

For Peak Climbing in Nepal, all climbers including local guides have to be fully insured with proper climbing equipment, all climbers have to be medically certified with sound health and good physical fitness. Trekking Peak Climbing in Nepal offers an excellent opportunity for beginners in mountaineering and hardy veteran climbers to practice climbing before joining major expeditions.