About The Trekking Peaks of Nepal
Annapurna area trekking and easy snow peak climbing
1. Pisang Peak 6091m
2. Chulu West 6419m
3. Chulu Far East 6062m
4. Chulu East 6501m

Langtang trekking and snow peak climbing in Langtang area easy peak
1. Yala Peak 5832m
2. Naya Kanga 5895m
3. Kang Chambu

Everest trekking and snow peak climbing in Everest area
1. Island Peak 6160m
2. Pokaldy Peak 5800m
3. Labuche East 6119m, West 6145m
4. Mera Peak 6472m

Technical trekking peak climbing all over Nepal
1. Singuchuli via Annapurna Base Camp 6500m
2. Cholatse via Everest trek 6440m
3. Hiun Chuli via Annapurna Base Camp 6441m
4. Machhermo peak via Lukla Everest region 6270m

Ice Climbing
1. Langtang trek and Ice climbing top rope and Led climbing, single pitch 14m climbing.
2. Everest Base Camp trek and Ice climbing 100m climbing, Multi pitch.
3. Kongdy water fall ice climbing expedition 800m climbing, Multi 18 pitch.

About 33 trekking peaks of Nepal

For the more adventure travelers, there are 18 minor peaks open for Alpine climbing under Nepal Mountaineering Association. The climbing of these peaks is controlled under the rules & regulations formulated by this Association. Detailed information & application for climbing permits are available from Government register Trekking Companies or Nepal Mountaineering Association.

It should be noted that in most cases the climbing of these minor peaks Trekking Peaks required snow and Ice climbing experience. For the permit you should apply for the permit through the trekking agency & you should have climbing guide otherwise permit is not issued.

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Climbing every year, we assist to our expedition team climbing to the Himalayan peak is the height high of the world that we offer to our customers. For climb the peak you do not have previous experience however the climbing team need to be prepare mentally as well as physically for the adventurous climbing. All mountaineering trips are run with professional mountain Guides & Sherpas. We provide quality services for our customers and make your trek and climbing is so simple and easier one. Nepal Excursion Team will take care of you.

While, you are in Nepal to enjoy trekking and climbing yourself. Nepal Excursion team is fully organized to provide any support of any kind of trekking peak & obtaining permission, providing support staffs including high altitude climbing assistants, porters and other necessary arrangement.

Trekking Peak Climbing Options

Name of the Peak Region
  1. Mera Peak
  2. Island Peak
  3. Kongma Tse Peak
  4. Kusum Kanguru Peak
  5. Kwangde Ri Peak
  6. Lobuche Peak East
  7. Lobuche Peak West
  8. Cholatse
  9. Ombigaichen
  10. Machhermo
  11. Chekigo
  12. Kyazo ri
  13. Nirekha
  14. Phari Lapcha
  15. Parchamo Peak
  16. Abi
  17. Pokalde Peak
  18. Tarphu Chuli Tent peak
  19. Pisang Peak
  20. Chulu East Peak
  21. Chulu West Peak
  22. Chuli Far east
  23. Hiunchuli Peak 
  24. Mardi Himal
  25. Larkya Peak
  26. Singu Chuli Peak
  27. Naya Kanga Peak
  28. Paldor Peak
  29. Ramdung Go peak
  30. Langsisari
  31. Yubra Himal
  32. Yala Peak
  33. Bokta

Island Peak Expedition from the South East Flank & South-West Ridge
Normally, the base camp is set at Pareshaya Gyab (5,087m), between Imja Tse and the lateral moraine of the Imja Glacier. It should not be forgotten that the place is more likely for avalanche in the event of heavy snow fall. From the base camp, a well acclimatized party in good conditions can make the summit and return to the base camp in a day. However, most of the climbers prefer establishing a High-Camp which helps a safe ascent. From the base camp the route skirts south east around and base of Imja Tse and climbs steep grassy slopes and small rocky steps. We scramble up on open gully which leads between two ridges to the site of high camp on the left-hand ridge below and to the right of a small hanging glacier (5,280m). From the high camp, the left hand ridge scramble across the broad open gully. After crossing a gully a steep snow and ice ramp leads upward for nearly 100 meters to the summit ridge. Climbing near the summit is a little difficult due to steep climbing. In recent times the snow slopes below the summit has developed some large crevasses making the final ascent to the top difficult.

Kwangde Ri Peak Climbing (6011m)
A stunning new Khumbu trek and climb combination - A fresh perspective on Nepal's most popular region - Fabulous views of Everest - Trek to the "forbidden" Nangpa La on the Tibetan Border. Towering above Namche Bazaar, the triple summited Kwangde Ri is a strikingly impressive mountain. This is one of the difficult climb trekking peak. Its northern summit, Kwangde Nup (19795ft.), which is climbed from a base camp in the rarely visited Lumding Valley, makes a superb trekking peak objective and also provides a simply fantastic vantage point. The summit panorama extends across the Khumbu, from Ama Dablam and Makalu in the East, to Everest and Cho Oyu and includes the spectacular Rolwaling peaks, to the northwest. Just as exciting as the peak, however, is our chosen means of acclimatization, which will involve a week of trekking in the lovely valley to the north of Thame and culminate in an ascent to the high and glaciated Nangpa La (18750ft.). This remote pass is the high point of a historically important trade route between Nepal and Tibet and has, until recently, been off-limits to trekking groups. This mouth-watering new itinerary provides a whole new way of looking at the Khumbu.

Kwangde Ri is also called Kongde Ri and Kwande on various maps. This difficult mountain forms an impressive multi-summited ridge on the eastern end of the Lumding Himal, which in turn can be regarded as part of the Rolwaling Himal. Rising south-west of Namche Bazaar above the Bhote Kosi River, the mountain's northern flank forms an impressive barrier that throws down several steep ridges to the north.

It's glaciated southern flank is more aloof. It is hidden at the northern end of the Lumding Drangka, a high and remote valley bounded to the west by the tumbling glaciers of Karyolung (6,511m), Khartang (6,853m) and Numbur (6,959m). The Lumdring valley is rarely visited by trekkers or expeditions. At the northern end of the valley the stream cascades down a natural rocky barrier above which is a moraine-bound lake, the Tsho Og, at the snout of the Limding Glacier. North of the Tsho Og, itself hidden in a huge rocky, is the massive Lumding Tsho Teng (5,151m).All of the routes climbed to date on the Kwangde Peaks are difficult; none have proved suitable for commercial trekking peak expeditions.

The routes on the North Face are particularly difficult and reflect recent developments in lightweight Himalayan climbing, with an emphasis on technical difficulty and a high degree of commitment. Two climbers without support camps or fixed ropes have invariably made them, although in at least one case a subsequent ascent has seen a return to traditional siege style tactics with masses of fixed rope and camps. Even the routes on the South Face are committing and difficult, although the climbing is more traditional in character.

Experienced climbers who are looking for rarely climbed and challenging small peak in the Himalayas will find this peak very attractive.

Tarphu Chuli/Tent Peak Climbing
Locally known as Tarphu Chuli, Tent Peak is situated in the heart of Annapurna Sanctuary and is among the few snow-clad summits at this height range in Nepal. This peak offers an ideal opportunity for those who want to summit a Himalayan peak, but who may otherwise be hesitant to try a higher peak as a Himalayan debut.

Besides providing an interesting climb combining glacier travel, face climbing and tiptoeing on knife ridges, a climb on this mountain offers an unparalleled view of the entire Annapurna Sanctuary a breathtaking circle of hanging glaciers and moraines surrounded by some of the highest peaks on earth. The normal route follows the North-West Ridge to the summit although the mountain has been climbed via the South-East Ridge as well as South-West Face.

Mera peak 6472m
Mera peak is considered one of the major and popular trekking peaks in Nepal. The trail winds among forests of pine and rhododendron in this remote and uninhabited valley, which leads to Mera Base Camp. The Peak itself rises to the south of Everest. The ascent of the peak is technically straightforward, however, the heavy snow and the maze of crevasses can make the way longer to the summit. Besides the charm of climbing Mera Peak, the trek to its base camp from Lukla is rewarding for experiencing little-visited and as yet un-spoilt region of Nepal with densely forested hillsides. There are several approaches to the base camp besides the easy and normal route, which is mentioned below. The routes crossing Amphu Labtsa (5,780m) and the Mingbo La (5,871m) provide some the most adventurous trekking with spectacular scenery through remote glaciated valleys and passes.

North Face Glacier from the Mera La
The base camp can be set up at 5415m near Mera La on the Hongu side in the moraine below the ice. From here a high camp is set at 5,800m near a rocky outcrop on the Mera Glacier. The high camp proves to be one to the most glorious viewpoints in Nepal offering the panoramic views of Kanchanjunga, Chamlang, Makalu and Baruntse sweeping around from the east and Amadablam, Cho Oyu and Kangtega to the west.

The giant faces of Everest, Lhotse and Nuptse appear in the north. There are three main summits which are climbable without much difficulty. The south summit (6,065m) is the most accessible with the Northern Summit (6,654m), the highest, which can be reached by skirting the Central Summit (6,472m) to the north and following snow ridge to its top. Climbing the middle summit requires ascent up on steep snow and is more technical. Mera North is straightforward to climb.

Alternate Trek Routes To/From Mera peak
Mingbo La pass to Everest Base Camp:
Return through the upper Hongu valley and over Mingbo La pass into the Imja valley on the Everest Base Camp route. From here a visit can be made to Everest Base camp and return to Lukla. This is a very high altitude trek through glaciated valleys with possibilities of being stranded in adverse weather condition. Only strong, well equipped, groups should attempt this route. Please let us know if you want to use this route to exit.

Amphu Laptsa pass to Everest Base Camp:
Return trek through the upper Hongu valley and then over the high pass of Amphu Laptsa to come out at Chukung in the upper Imja river valley near Island Peak. From here a visit can be made to Everest Base camp and return to Lukla. This is a very high altitude trek through glaciated valleys with possibilities of being stranded in adverse weather condition. Only strong, well equipped, groups should attempt this route. Please let us know if you want to use this route to exit.

Kusum Kanguru Peak Climbing (6367m)
Regarded as technically very challenging on all possible routes, Kusum Kanguru is an impressive rock and ice peak, which forms the border between the Dudhkosi in the south and Hinku Valley to the north. Its name originating in Sherpa language means the Three Snow-White Gods. This climb is suggested only for participants who have enough alpine mountaineering experience.

North Ridge
The North Ridge is approached from Monjo on the trail to Namche Bazaar. From base camp ascend steep grass and screed and finally a ramp leading to the ridge proper.

South-East Ridge
The approach to the South East Face is from the Hinku valley side. From Lukla the base camp can be reached in 5 days. The ascent route to the main summit is through the South East Face. With a base camp at 4360m, two or three high camps are required to complete the climb.

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