Peak climbing in Nepal is a very challenging activity in terms of both physical and technical aspects. Nepal is home to 8 of the highest peaks in the world including Everest. Similarly, there are 1310 mountains that are above 6000 m and 414 of them are open for peak climbing. Peaks below the altitude of 6000 meters are the peak climbing destinations in Nepal. All in all, these trips are ideal for climbers to test their skills and practice to conquer higher peaks.
Peak climbing not only consists of hard climbs but a fair amount of trekking as well. You will explore many remote areas with varieties of cultures and lifestyles. The climbers need to consider many things while peak climbing in Nepal. Proper climbing training, climbing gear, and physical fitness are a few of the things that are important on these trips. While on the way, you need to consider the proper diet and enough rest among many other factors. Acclimatization at a certain level of altitude is also important for climbers. One must also obtain a permit to climb the peak and enter protected areas on a peak climbing trip. Also, experienced guides and porters along with comfortable means of lodging and transport are also necessary.