Recently, a different level of adventure seeking enthusiasts are flocking Nepal in a small number for peak climbing and expedition. There few hundred peaks open for climbing which offers a little more challenge than that of treks and a lot of adrenaline rush. Peak climbing and expedition is simply referred to as climbing and there are several mountains open for peak climbing as well as expedition.

The most famous of all the peaks are located in the Everest region. Be it a 5000 meters mountain or the highest mountain in the world, Everest is the heartthrob of peak climbers. However, peak climbing alike its sibling trekking is not just available in the Everest region but is widespread around Annapurna, Langtang, Manaslu and any other mountain range in Nepal. If you are hungry for serious adventure and are curious of how the world looks from up there, take a look at our climbing packages.

New Active Climbing in 2018

Everest 3 Pass trek with Island Peak | Over the High Passes to the Peak
Everest 3 Pass trek with Island Peak | Over the High Passes to the Peak
23 DAYS FROM $3100
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Mera Peak
Mera Peak
17 DAYS FROM $2600
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Island Peak with Everest Base Camp
Island Peak with Everest Base Camp
18 DAYS FROM $2550
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Ama Dablam Expedition
Ama Dablam Expedition
28 DAYS FROM $6000
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Our Active Climbing

Ama Dablam Expedition
Ama Dablam Expedition
28 DAYS FROM $6000
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Island Peak with Everest Base Camp
Island Peak with Everest Base Camp
18 DAYS FROM $2550
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Mera Peak
Mera Peak
17 DAYS FROM $2600
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Everest 3 Pass trek with Island Peak | Over the High Passes to the Peak
Everest 3 Pass trek with Island Peak | Over the High Passes to the Peak
23 DAYS FROM $3100
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Construction of Toilet Completes at Mera High Camp
Jul 05, 2018

Construction of Toilet Completes at Mera High Camp

Construction of toilet completes at Mera high camp. NMA in coordination with Mera Alpine Conservation Group built two toilets at the high camp, 5780m of Mera peak. Source