Peak Climbing In Nepal / Gears / Camping / Itinerary 2017
A trekking peak is a mountain under 7,000 metres (22,970 ft) that is considered climbable by anyone with a moderate amount of mountaineering experience and skills. While some can be climbed without crampons or an ice axe, most require use of this equipment
Trekking Peaks of Nepal 2017/20
The Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA) has categorized the mountains of Nepal into various classifications, one of these being called trekking peak or Group B Climbing Peak as per the NMA. In order to attempt a trekking peak, a climbing permit (non-refundable) must be obtained from the NMA in Kathmandu. Peaks above 7,000 m are categorized as expedition peaks and demand much higher permit fees.
As of 2014, climbing permits cost US$350 for one to four members, an additional $40 each for the next four members and $25 each for the final four members. Maximum team size is 12 members. A $250 refundable garbage deposit must also be made with the NMA
Nepal Guide Info Team recommend Peak 2017/18
Ganja-la Chuli (Naya Kanga) 5,844 19,173
Imja-tse (Island Peak) 6,189 20,305
Khongma-tse (Mehar Peak) 5,820 19,095
Kusum Kangru 6,367 20,888
Shigu Chuli (Fluted Peak) 6,501 21,329
Tharpu Chuli (Tent Peak) 5,500 18,04
Nepal Guide Info team guided by trained guides who are registered with the Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA) each of our climbing guides are local lads who are intimately familiar with the mountains and routes they guide on. Join one of our Trekking Peak climbing treks 2017 /18 to experience the pains and joys of climbing in the high Himalayas of Nepal – a privilege that once was reserved only for the fabled ‘expedition climbers.