Peak Climbing


Peak Climbing in Nepal has been popular ever since Tenzing Norgey Sherpa and Sir Edmund Hilary made successful summit on the Mt. Everest (8,848 m) the highest peaks in the world in 1953. Peak climbing is most challenging but best adventure sport in the world, whereas Nepal is one of the most popular destination for peak climbing because, Nepal is home of eight highest peaks above 8,000 meters height [among the 14 mountains in the world]. Similarly, there are more than 1,300 mountains above 6,000 m. Out of them the government has opened some 400 peaks, including Mt. Everest, for climbing purpose and organizing any kinds of adventurous sports including peak climbing, mountaineering and expedition. There are hardly any country in the world which holds such a numerous of peaks and where you can have such adventurous sport and make your holiday a memorable one. This is why thousands of tourists make it to Nepal for having peak climbing.

Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA) is one of the authorized association in Nepal to grant permission to climb certain peaks while the mountaineering section of the Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation issues the permission for higher mountain climbing . The charge for peak climbing depends on the number of members involved in a group and the height of the mountain you want to have summit and the adventure sport you want to organize in the particular mountain range. The team of Glacier Family Treks has been organizing various kinds of adventurous peak climbing and mountaineering, expedition on the major trekking peaks in Nepal.

Popular Trips of Peak Climbing