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Peak Climbing in Nepal

Peak climbing in Nepal is well-known for mountaineering and peak climbing all over the world. It’s the homeland of world's eight highest peaks out of fourteen peaks above 8000 meters. No doubt, Nepal has been the focus of outstanding achievements in the world of mountaineering. The Himalaya has always remained a source of fascination and inspiration for people from all walks of life in the world.

Nepal, being situated in the centre of the Himalayan range, it boasts altogether eight peaks that exceed 8000m including Everest, the world's highest peak. It has a junction of 1310 magnificent peaks over 6,000m. The dauntless icy peaks have posed as challenge to those who dare since many decades back. The government of Nepal has opened so far 326 peaks for mountaineering. In the last two years, the government has opened around 175 peaks to mark the Mount Everest Golden Jubilee Celebrations. Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA) has given the authority of issuing peak climbing certificates in all seasons to the climbers in association with Mountaineering Section of the Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation (MoCTCA).

Besides, fabulous trekking peaks in Nepal scattered east to west of Nepal offers bonus adventure attraction to adventure madness. The eastern trekking peaks such as Island peak, Lobuche peak and Mera peak offer outstanding trekking opportunity. North-east Langtang region exposes terrific Yala peak, Naya Khanga peak and many more on Tibetan frontier. The famous Annapurna region is crowned with snow peaks of Chulu west and Pisng peak which can’t be further choice to any adventure trekkers. 

Spring and Autumns are the best season for peak climbing in Nepal, though Mountain Mart Trek-adventure team make it happen round the year. Our testimonial reviews are the live references of our evaluations. Trekking combination with terrific trekking peak is unexpected happy finishing of the nature holiday.