Among the Adventure activities, peak climbing in Nepal is one of that. Nepal has fantastic Himalayas range 1310 peak above 5500 meters, Nepal is one of the paradise countries for professional climbers and mountaineers. A climbing peak is challenging itself. You need professional skills about mountaineering like using an ice ax, rope on a different kind of ice and snow.
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Saribung Peak Climbing
SaribungPeak Climbing traverses paths less trodden by outsiders; rugged topography and small ethnic villages through outstanding landscapes forming a photographer’s paradise. North of Mustang, Saribung(6343m) lies in Damodar, the last frontier from Tibet. Numerous high points during the journey, including the SaribungPass(6042m) challenge they mighty. Ancient culture and lifestyle that has thrived in these highlands give a different meaning to the trek.
Saribung’s solitary location is attributed by the rugged plateaus and great views. Following the Upper Mustang Trekking route to Lo Manthang, the route then turns on to NamtaKhola Valley. This wild area has no settlements, so we have to camp to Saribung and back until we reach Koto. After spending a day for acclimatization in the base camp, we head on to the high camp and then climb the Saribung peak. The trek to Saribung is considered challenging, due to the remote location and altitudinal variances. The peak climbing is considered technically easy, but at sections in the ascent, ropes and jumar are used for safety. Views of Tibetan mountains including the Peri, Himlung et cetera are magnificent from the least scaled summit. The return route passes through Koto and Dharapani to Besi Shahar where we take a bus to Kathmandu.
Stunning views of the Annapurna & Dhaulagiri ranges provides inspiration to strenuous walks during the trek. Passes such as SaribungPass(6042m) and remote valleys in the trek are a rarity, so is the Tibetan culture thriving in this left out a settlement.
Mera Peak Climbing
Mera Peak Climbing an exciting and adventurous journey to scale the highest peak permitted for climbing in Nepal takes you to the south of Everest, at the edge of Khumbu region. Mera Peak was first summited by Jimmy Roberts and Sen Tensing in 1953 and is preferred by trekkers who want to experience snow hiking and climbing. The trail passes through Sherpa settlements in the Khumbu region, where grazing yaks and cooking on fire from yak dung is common.
The trek begins after an early morning flight to Lukla(2800m) from where we walk to Chhutenga and stay overnight. In the subsequent days, the slow gain in elevation as we move through Khothey, Tagnak, and Khare helps us acclimatize as well. Crossing the Mera La pass we reach the Mera Peak Base Camp and ascend further to the High Camp(5750m). Mera Peak(6654m) itself is technically an easy climb and the slopes seldom exceed 40 degrees, however, crevasses at places demand alertness. The climb could be challenging after a fresh snowfall. The classic snow ridge that guides us to a steep slope takes a strenuous 50 meters ascent before reaching the top. The panorama formed by Everest, Kanchenjunga, Lhotse, Makalu and other peaks is magnificent and rewarding to the climb. We take the same route back to Khare and return to Lukla, the starting point of our trek.
Naya Kanga Peak Climbing
Naya Kanga Peak Climbing takes the classic tea house trek route to Langtang passing terraced fields and hidden valleys along with summating Naya Kanga Peak. Viewpoints and high passes along the route provide outstanding views of the Himalayas. Labelled moderate in difficulty, exquisite views of towering mountains like Ganesh I, LangsisaRi, DorjeLhakpa and Yubra rewards those undertaking the journey.
The trek starts at SyabruBesi which is an eight hours drive from Kathmandu. Lama Hotel, our next stop ascends through forested area follows the Langtang River. The climb further continues through GhodaTabela and reaches the valley housing Langtang Village where we stay overnight. KyanjinGompa at 3798 meters lies at the entrance of another valley with LangtangLirung close by giving a towering view. We stop here the next day as well for acclimatization and explore uptoTsergo-Ri which is a magnificent viewpoint. FromNaya Kanga Base Camp onwards there are no human settlements, hence we camp for some days. The trek further reaches an elevation of 5000 meters at Naya Kanga High Camp from where we move to the summit of NayaKanga(5844m) the next day. We take the same route back in the subsequent days through KyangingGompa, Langtang village, Lama Hotel and finally to Syabrubesi which marks the end of the trek.
The highland dwellers at Langtang village, KyanjinGompa and other small settlements have a different culture and lifestyle. Flora and fauna gets scanty and with alpine vegetation as we ascend higher. Camping in the highlands is difficult, yet equally rewarding with great close up views of the snow peaks.
Island Peak Climbing from Chhukung
Island Peak Climbing from Chhukung, a preferred adventure for trekkers around the EBC and climbers alike is situated in the middle of Chhukung valley, just like an island. The peak takes good effort to scale as it is glaciated in the west face, yet is equally rewarding with magnificent views from the top. Outstanding views of Everest, Makalu, Lhotse et cetera definitely makes the climbing enthusiastic.
At Chhuking(4750m), a short walk leads to a small settlement where we rest for the day and make preparations for the climb. The next day we head on to Island Peak Base Camp, which is a steep climb followed by a comfortable walk through the river basin. Strenuous climb further takes us to High Camp at an elevation of 5600 meters where we rest inside the tent and prepare for the early morning climb the next day. Through rock formations and glacial regions, we ascend to the top, taking the support of rope at some places. After enjoying the splendid view from the top, we make a decent all the way to Chhukung, where we rest after the strenuous journey. An extra day has been added to the trip as a contingency to bad weather or physical ailments.
Pisang Peak Climbing
Pisang Peak Climbing takes on the classic Annapurna Circuit Trek trail and deviates at the Pisang peak(6091m) to scale this natural beauty. Considered a technical climb, reaching the top is rewarding with awesome views of Annapurna massif, Tilicho Peak, Gangapurna et cetera. The journey through villages along the way gives an introduction to the unique and culturally rich ethnic groups.
After the preparation of climbing permit, we head to Bhulbhule where the trek starts. We then take the trail to Chamche from where we further ascent to Bagarchap. Climbing a rocky trail and passing through rhododendron forest, we reach Chame, the headquarters of Manang. Moving along the rugged trails with the backdrop of white snow peaks, we reach Pisang village. After rest and preparation at Pisang peak high camp(5030m), we summit Pisang Peak(6091m) where outstanding mountain views await us. We head back to the base camp and the next day, move on to Manang, a cultural village in the heart of the Himalayas. Ascending to Yak Kharka and further on to ThorungPhedi where we take a rest before the early morning climb to Thorung La Pass. Thorung La Pass(5416) is a strenuous climb, yet equally rewarding with magnificent views. The day’s trek ends at Muktinath a pilgrimage site for Hindus. From Muktinath, we take a slow drive to Jomsom, the district headquarters. From here we further drive to Tatopani, Beni, and Pokhara and then back to Kathmandu.
Yala Peak Climbing
Yala Peak is one of Nepal’s easier trekking peaks, lies in the Langtang region, just north of Kathmandu. This 5500m peak requires no prior mountaineering experience though average level of fitness is recommended. The trekking route through Langtang Valley is popular for scenic views of snowcapped peaks and beautiful glaciers. Gradual elevation during the trek acclimatizes the body and prepares for the peak climbing.
Among the many options to get to Yala, we drive to Syabrubesiand begin the trek. Though rhododendron forests and lowland villages, we reach Lama Hotel where we stop for the night. The next day we move to Langtang Valley and stay in the village. From the village, Kyanjingompa is a short walk where we stop for acclimatization and also schedule a hike to TsergoRi(4985m) with stunning views of the Langtang massif. We then move to the Yala Base Camp and stay overnight at in a tent. The next day, we scale the Yala Peak, which requires rope and ice ax as support towards the end of the climb and returns back to KyanjinGompa. We return back through the Lama Hotel and head on through a small Sherpa village to Khanjim. From here we move to Syabrubesi and take a bus to Kathmandu the next day.
Island Peak Climbing with Gokyo and Everest Base Camp
Island Peak, located in the middle of Chhukung valley, is a beautiful mountain rising above the Lhotse Glacier. The peak takes good effort to scale as it is glaciated in the west face, yet is equally rewarding with magnificent views from the top. Outstanding views of Everest, Makalu, Lhotse et cetera definitely makes the climbing enthusiastic. Climbing the peak along the Everest Base Camp trek is advisable due to acclimatization reasons.
The expedition begins at Lukla, which is a 30 minutes flight from Kathmandu. Slowly gaining elevation while we pass through Phakding to reach Namche Bazaar and stop for acclimatization and explore the area climbing to nearby viewpoints and walking through the villages.
The next day, we move to Machhermo and pass the world’s second largest glacier – Ngozumpa. From Machhermo, we move on to the beautiful Gokyo valley and rest at the Gokyo village. We stay a day here for acclimatization again and hike to Gokyo Ri where views of the Everest massif is awe inspiring. We climb higher to Lobuche from Thaknak through the Cho La Pass. Passing Gorakshep, we move to the Everest Base Camp and get back through the same route to Kalapathar whish bestows breathtaking views of Everest, the best in the journey. Climbing to Kalapathar(5545m) also acclimatizes us for peak climbing. We move back to Lobuche and then head to Chhukung through KongmaLa(5535m). Island Peak Base Camp is a short hike, where we stop and prepare to scale the Island Peak. After summiting the peak, we return back via Pangboche to Namche Bazaar and back to Lukla where we take an airplane back to Kathmandu.