Peak Climbing in Nepal

Peak Climbing in Nepal

Peak climbing in Nepal Expedition offers some of the best peak climbing destinations in Nepal. The Nepal Mountaineering Association has classified 33 peaks in Nepal as ‘trekking peaks’. A misleading name because all involve Nepal Climbing Expedition. Ranging from 5650-6500m (18,537-21,325ft) some are best with a combine trekking program. “Limited bureaucracy” peaks would be a better name.¬†Currently, $250 per team deposit for the climb is made. Climbers, sirdar, and leaders need to sign to receive the refund amount. This method is available to change as per the needs some time.

Acclimatization and Itinerary planning
Heading straight up to high altitude for the first time is a hard job for climbers. Following the recommended guidelines, is usually a shock to everyone’s system. The effort required for walking, let alone climbing, uphill at 5000 m is much greater than you might think. So a sensible acclimatization program is essential. 300 m a day rules, not only to avoid altitude sickness but also time to gain strength during Climbing. Almost a trek itinerary with a couple of days thrown in for a climb doesn’t lead to a successful ascent. Plan the trip as a peak expedition, with the trek in and out as a means for acclimatizing and getting fit.

Climbing without support
Quite a few people want to try a peak without any sort of support, carrying all their own gear. this isn’t realistic. It is much better to hire at least a porter or two so that you can enjoy the trek. But, the best reason to take a climbing Sherpa or at least a porter-guide is for route-finding. None of the trails marked, and the routes on the mountain are not always obvious either.