Climbing & Expedition
Nepal is the homeland of 14 world’s highest mountains and climbing these high summits is a dream for all mountaineers. From the small practice peak to the highest Everest and deadliest Makalu, Nepal’s the ultimate destination for all-mountain climbers. It’s where the 14 peaks- nothing is Impossible team started the journey and the entire world was left amused. When Everest was first climbed in 1953 by Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Sherpa, the impossible turned to possible.
Since then, every adventure freak has been lured by the Himalayan giant. There are fourteen peaks above 8,000 meters that are climbed by experienced trekkers only. Along with Everest, Annapurna, Dhaulagiri, Manaslu, Cho Oyu, Dhaulagiri, Kanchunjunga, and Makalu are very challenging and thrilling. These Nepal mountain climbs are assisted by the Sherpa, the heroes of mountains. Even then, you will need years of preparation and practice to conquer the high mountains of Nepal; it’s no joke.
Trekking And Hiking: What’s The Difference?
At 7,000 meters, the most popular climbing peaks in Nepal are Mera Peak, Island Peak, Chulu West Peak, Lobuche East, and Ama Dablam. For training purposes, Himalayan Masters organize short mountain climbs for peaks of 6,000 meters. High passes treks are also equally exciting as mountain climbs. High passes treks are cheaper (doesn’t need the climbing permits), easier, and need no climbing tools.
High passes at 5,000 meters can be a good start to the mountain trek. Undoubtedly, Nepal’s big technical mountains offer the best climbing expedition. But it can also be life-threatening and deadly. So, if you are planning for mountain climbing in Nepal, make sure you are accompanied by a registered and reliable trekking agency like Himalayan masters.
Our expert team of climbers, guides, cooks, and porters are all trained for high-altitude climbs. They will assist you with every difficulty and emergency for the climb, making peak climbing in Nepal a fun experience. Himalayan masters will be your best friend while you face the most challenging ventures and thrills in the world.