Regarding climbing, there are many types of climbing in Nepal like Rock climbing, ice climbing, peak climbing. To this note, we will be discussing about peak climbing, island peak climbing and mera peak climbing. For the peak climbing as a whole, it is one of the most adventurous sports known to mankind. So, the Nepal Government has opened 326 peaks for peak climbing in Nepal which has been categorized into 3 categories- 6000-6500m, 6501-7000m and 7001-8848m. Now, taking about Island peak climbing, you have to take permit and go for it. It is situated in the Everest Region and takes you around 19 days to reach there. From here you can experience a breathtaking view not just of the mountains but of the glacier beneath its surface and most importantly it is not a difficult trekking route. And for Mera peak climbing, however it is quite difficult than Island peak but it is however a moderate trekking route. Mera peak climbing; also known for its visibility of the highest mountain ranges, it is the highest trekking peak of Nepal. Therefore, making it a suitable option for acclimatization purpose.


Mera Peak

Starting
From
$1500
16 Days
Island peak

Starting
From
$1500
18 Days
Lobuche Peak

Starting
From
$1800
17 Days

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