Peak Climbing in Nepal requires technical skills and must be physically fit. Several considerations must be taken before beginning peak climbing activities in Nepal. Nepal opens 326 peaks of 1310 identified mountains for peak climbing and mountaineering purpose. Undoubtedly, 8 of the 14 highest Himalayas in the world are located in Nepal including the tallest one Mount Everest (8848m above sea-level).
Peak Climbing in Nepal is bounded by some rules and regulation. The climbers need to collect the special permits before heading to the mountains. It is restricted to climb the peaks without permission. Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA) has granted authority by Mountaineering Section of the Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation (MoCTCA) of issuing peak climbing permits. All the peak climber's data are recorded by this Association. Therefore climbers require getting permits from this association.
Mera Peak, the highest trekking peak of Nepal is the most demanding peak climbing in Nepal. Beside this, Island Peak, Chulu Peak, Pisang Peak etc are too popularly known.
Yatri Nepal Adventures is offering the following Peak Climbing Tours in Nepal to the climbers.