Popular Peaks Climbing in Nepal

Popular Peaks Climbing in Nepal

Nepal is home to the mountains. It is an ideal place for any kind of mountaineering activity. Many popular peaks are climbing in Nepal where you can create your intrepid tale of climbing. Mountains above 7000 m are classed as expedition whereas below are classed as peak climbing. Therefore, every kind of climber can fulfill their wish of being at the top of the snowy mountain. Popular Peak climbing in Nepal are Island Peak Climbing, Lobuche Peak Climbing, Mera Peak Climbing, Pisang Peak Climbing, Chulu West Climbing, Tent Peak Climbing, Dhampus Peak, Tharpu Chuli Climbing, etc.

The blog features three regions of Nepal. These three regions have many popular peaks climbing in Nepal. Read everything about these peaks and decide for yourself.

Popular Trekking Peaks  Climbing in Nepal

Peaks Climbing in the Everest Region

The Everest region is on top of the list of places where you can do various stunning peaks climbing around the Khumbu Valley. While adventure travelers have the option to choose the various peaks climbing in the Everest region such as Island Peak Climbing, Lobuche Peak Climbing, Pokalte Peak Climbing, and Mera Peak Climbing are the most famous trekking peaks of the region.

Island Peak Climbing (6160m) is one of the renowned and preferred climbers in Nepal. Also, it is a challenging peak to climb but it is not technically difficult. The Everest Base Camp Trail combines two popular trekking peaks Labuche and Island Peak climbing too.   Probably, Lobuche Peak climbing is the 3rd popular trekking peak climbing in the Everest region and it’s situated at 6119m above sea level.  The Lobuche climbing is both a challenging and technically difficult trekking peak climb but it’s the most fascinating climb to explore Mt Everest and the massive Himalayas from the top.

These two peaks are suitable for advanced beginners and intermediate climbers. However, Mera Peak Climbing is the highest peak climbing than Island Peak and Lobuche Peak. The Mera Peak height is 6476m above sea level and it’s stunning climbing in the Khumbu region. If weather permits, it is the easiest among these three. However, Mera is the tallest permitted trekking peak in Nepal.

Popular Trekking Peaks Climbing in the Annapurna Region

Annapurna Region of Nepal is a beautiful trekking destination and includes the popular peaks climbing too. It hosts many trekking and expeditions. The Annapurna region is home to the world’s 10th tallest mountain Mt. Annapurna. Besides these high mountains, there are many charming trekking peaks in the Annapurna region. You can quench your hunger for climbing to the fullest here.

Popular Peaks Climbing in Nepal at Annapurna region Pisang Peak Climbing (6091m), Chulu West Climbing (6419m) (Tharpu Chuli peak climbing, Dhampus Peak and Mardi Himal Climbing. Among these peaks, Pisang Peak and Chulu West Peak climbing are the most popular and preferred trekking peaks in the Annapurna region. It lies in the world’s popular Annapurna Circuit trail as well. If the weather is getting worse during the climbing it’s very difficult to summit both peaks.

Peak Climbing in Langtang Region

Langtang region of Nepal is nearby of the capital city of Kathmandu Valley and it’s the third most popular destination in Nepal after the Annapurna and Everest regions. There are some peak climbing and popular trekking high passes such as Ganja La Pass (5106m) and Gosainkunda Pass (4634m). The Yala Peak Climbing is the easiest and it can climb without a special permit because it’s less than 6000m. It is combined with the Langtang Valley trail and other popular treks too. Tserku Ri (5113m) viewpoint is the highest viewpoint and the best place to see the marvelous peak of Langtang Himalayas.

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