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Peak Climbing & Expedition

Peak Climbing

Nepal Peak Climbing and expedition are special-purpose for every climbing season in 2024, and 2025.  Adventure A one Trek arranges a Nepal peak climbing guide, Itinerary, and climbing Permits for every climber. while the Climbing season starts in March to October, these months are safer for peak climbing. we ( adventure a One Treks team) looking for your safety and achieving your dream success, that's why we are prepared very well. Nepal is home to the world's highest mountain Mount Everest and the 8 highest mountain out of 14 in the world.

We are a member of the mountaineering association of Kathmandu Nepal. However, most of the technical peak climbing expeditions are in the Sagarmatha National Park area and Annapurna Conservation Area. The Various mountains in the Mount Everest region, Annapurna Region, and Langtang Regions are the most popular climbing peaks in Nepal. On the other hand, we have several restricted areas that are also most popular for Trekking. Similarly, The most admired Nepal peak climbing Includes Chulu West, Tent Peak, Pisang Peak, and Chulu East Peak in the Annapurna Conservation Area.

Another way of Everest region there are many peaks like Yala Peak, Island Peak, Nayakang Peak, Mera Peak, and Labuche Peaks are some examples of climbing. Same as in the Langtang region there are Yala Peak and Naya Kang Peak which are just for climbing. Peak Climbing in Nepal will give you the ultimate adventure and unforgettable experience with the spectacular panoramic view of mountains and Landscapes. Nepal Peak Climbing will lead to a remote valley and witness Sherpa Cultural and walk through subtropical pine and red blooming Rhododendron forests and abundant wildlife. Our Management is here to provide you with such adventure Activities in Nepal Himalayas. 

Nepal Peak Climbing list

-Labuche Peak 6,119m/20,070ft.

-Island peak 6,189m./20,229ft.

-Chulu West 6,419m./21,054ft.

-Chulu East 6,584m./21,595ft.

-Mera Peak 6,476m./21,241ft.

-Tent Peak 5,663m./18,574ft.

-Yala Peak 5,500m./18.040ft.

-Amadablam 6,812m./22,343ft.

-Paldor peak 5,896m./19,338ft.

-Pisang Peak is a 6,091-metre (19,980 ft.)

Best season for Climbing and expeditions in Nepal

There are two different seasons for peak climbing in Nepal. pre-monsoon season (MARCH TO JUNE) and post-monsoon (September to November), followed by some winter ascents but very few in Numbers. We are suggested to Climb in the pre-monsoon season because during the Pre-monsoon season is not much snow along the climbing routes and easy to fix the ice piton and ladder. On the other hand, there will be very little chance of getting altitude sickness. Similarly, you may contact us for a peak climbing trip in the Nepal Himalayas at any time, with information and cost details through email or WhatsApp directly. 

Ajeeb Bhatta Dhruba Bhatta

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