Nepal Peak Climbing Packages

Chulu East Peak Climbing

Chulu East Peak Climbing

Duration

21 Days

Nature of trip

Climbing

Boundless Adventures arranges a Chulu East peak climbing trip every climbing season in the Annapurna conservation…

Chulu East Peak Climbing
Mera Peak Climbing

18 days Mera Peak Climbing

Duration

18 Days

Nature of trip

Climbing

Mera Peak Climbing is regarded as a moderate-climb level within 18 days. Its slopes are…

18 days Mera Peak Climbing
Island peak climbing picture

15 days Island Peak Climbing

Duration

15 Days

Nature of trip

Climbing

15-day Island Peak (6160m) is a famous climbing peak. It is also known as Imja Tse…

15 days Island Peak Climbing
Yala peak climbing

Yala Peak Climbing

Duration

15 Days

Nature of trip

Climbing

Yala Peak climbing (5500m) is the practical climbing peak in the Langtang region, north of…

Yala Peak Climbing
Naya Kanga Peak Climbing image

Naya Kanga Peak Climbing

Duration

16 Days

Nature of trip

Climbing

Naya Kang Peak Climbing (5844m) is in the Langtang National Park region. It is recognized as…

Naya Kanga Peak Climbing
Chulu West Peak Climbing

Chulu West Peak Climbing

Duration

16 Days

Nature of trip

Climbing

Chulu West Peak Climbing offers an exhilarating adventure in the Annapurna region of Nepal. Chulu…

Chulu West Peak Climbing
Tent Peak Climbing

Tent Peak Climbing

Duration

21 Days

Nature of trip

Climbing

Tent Peak Climbing (5663m)  is an adventure climbing peak in western Nepal. The tent peak…

Tent Peak Climbing
Lobuche Peak Climbing

Lobuche Peak Climbing

Duration

17 Days

Nature of trip

Climbing

Lobuche Peak Climbing (6119m) is a technical Climbing peak in the Sagarmatha National Park of…

Lobuche Peak Climbing

Nepal peak climbing, particular purpose for every climbing season 2024 and 2025 Boundless Adventure arranges a Nepal Peak Climbing guide, Nepal Peak Climbing itinerary, and Climbing permits for every climbing season starting from March, April, May, June, August, September, and October.

Nepal Peak climbing
Nepal Peak climbing

Nepal is home to the world’s highest mountain, Mt. Everest. The wide ranges of the Himalayas make Nepal the most popular destination for mountaineers.

Suppose you are a beginner or experienced in challenging climbers or expeditions. In that case, Nepal has several peaks of your choice, including challenging climbs, technical climbs, non-technical climbs, and nice beginner climbs.

We are a Climbing member of the Mountaineering Association of Kathmandu, Nepal. However, most technical climbing peaks are in Sagarmatha National Park and the Annapurna conservation area.

The mountain mountains in Mt. Everest, Annapurna, and Langtang regions are famous climbing peaks in Nepal.

The most admired Nepal Peak Climbing.

Another restricted hand area is the most popular trekking. Similarly, The most admired Nepal peak climbing includes Chulu East Peak, Tent Peak, and Chulu West Peaks, which are in the Annapurna conservation area.

Island Peak, Mera Peak, and Lobuche Peak are in the Everest region, and Yala Peak and Naya Kanga Peak are in the Langtang region of Nepal.

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 most remote valley, witness Sherpa culture, and walk through subtropical pine, red-blooming rhododendron forests, and abundant wildlife.

We are here to provide you with such adventure activities in the Nepal Himalayas; you can have the chance to see the trip video, map, and pictures of the  Peak climbing trip on the sports.

List of Small Peaks in Nepal for Climbing

The gigantic task of climbing a peak is dreamed of by millions but committed by only a handful. Capability, time, money, and so many other things determine if you will ever succeed in climbing one of them or face the most significant setbacks.

Nepal, a nation rich in natural and cultural wonders, has an abundance of large and small Himalayan peaks worldwide.

Some of the most iconic mountains, over eight thousand meters, are in Nepal: Everest, Kanchenjunga, Lhotse, Makalu, Annapurna One, Dhaulagiri, and Lhotse-Shar.

Similarly, More than 500 climbers ascend Mount Everest in a year! Not everyone can climb Mount Everest, even though everyone is trying to rise.

Therefore, Nepal introduced some of the finest smaller peaks to cater to the needs of adventure enthusiasts, comparably in a lesser time and budget.

Ama Dablam, 6,812 m (22,349′), is one of Nepal’s most famous climbed small peaks, followed by Mera Peak, Island Peak, and Yala Peak Climbing, small climbing peaks in Nepal.

  • Amadablam 6,812 m
  • Island Peak(Imja Tse) 6,189 m
  • Mera Peak 6,476m
  • Yala Peak Climbing  5500 m
  • Tent peak climbing 5663 m
  • Chulu-East climbing peak 6584m
  • Chulu-West Peak Climbing 6419 m
  • Lobuche Peak 6,119 m

Best Peak Climbing Season in Nepal

There are two seasons for peak climbing in Nepal: Pre-Monsoon season  (March-June) and Post-Monsoon (September-November), followed by some winter ascents but very few in numbers.

We are suggested to climb during the Pre-Monsoon season because, during the Pre-Monsoon, there is not much snow along the climbing routes, and it is accessible to fix the ice piton and ladder.

On the other hand, there will be very little chance of getting altitude sickness. That is why we suggest the Pre-Monsoon season climbing peaks. However, the weather is lovely during the Post-Monsoon, even during the day (September-November).

As you know, every peak climbs in the early morning due to less wind and easy to breathe without oxygen. Similarly, with information and cost details, you may contact us anytime for a peak climbing trip in the Nepal Himalayas. Through an email or WhatsApp at + 977 9851033819 now.