The Great Himalayan Range of 800 kilometers lies within Nepal. This area houses a convergence of 1310 magnificent peaks towering over 6000 meters, including 8 of the world's highest 14 peaks. Such high levels of high mountain concentration are not found anywhere else in the world.
The Government of Nepal has categorized various peaks as suitable for mountaineering expeditions which involves significant sound technical arrangements and are also relatively costly.
Likewise it has specified a number of 33 peaks which are called “Trekking Peaks”. These peaks are allowed for Peak Climbing and are controlled by the Nepal Mountaineering Association.
Located on top of the Chukung glacier between Ama Dablam and Lhotse Mountains, Island Peak is the most sought after trekking destination because of its challenging geographical conditions. Each year more than 300 groups attempt to scale the summit of Island peak.Read More
This trek offers challenging and adventurous trekking around Annapurna peaks with an ascent of a technically straightforward peak, Chulu East at 6200 meter. The summit of Chulu East provides the most breathtaking views of Annapurnas II, III and IV, Gangapurna, Glacier Dome, Dhaulagiri, Tilicho Peak and Manaslu.Read More
Standing proudly erect at an altitude of 6454m, Mera Peak is the most popular trekking destination and is the highest trekking peak in Nepal. This fairly challenging trek has been designed to cater to trekkers’ adventure needs to explore Mera peak from length to breadth.Read More