Being the home of highest peaks in the world, Himalayas have largest list of peaks for climbing. Only the quarter of 1,310 peaks above 6,000 m are made available for climbing. Those peaks officially opened for climbing are known as ‘Trekking peaks’. Trekking peaks ranges from 5,800 m to 6,500 m, goes beyond the bitten trail and above the snowline, making it the next level adventure to the trek.
Peak climbing in the Himalayas offers best of both, the teahouse trekking and mountaineering experience. Most popular and easily accessible 27 peaks are categorized as ‘Trekking peaks’ by Nepal mountaineering association. Other 6 peaks out of 33 have been recently made available for avid trekkers to step into next adventure. However, all of them need mountaineering equipment, technical climbing guide and camping arrangements for at least a day.
Peak climbing in Nepal is an adventure sport that allows novice as well as old hand an opportunity to learn and try their next step of adventure. We help you choose the right peak that fits your skills and fitness and also provide basic training while acclimatizing at the higher camps. The climbing trip is led by professional and experienced climbing guides with several experiences of 8,000 m expeditions.
The tour, guides, and porters exceeded all of my expectations. They planned and adjusted our tour to our needs throughout the trek. They were experienced, positive, knowledgeable and so much…Read More
Thank you so much for an amazing adventure. You and your team made this an unforgettable experiences. I survived the Annapurna trek thanks to your support and patient. Can't wait…Read More
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Rabi & Shiva were absolutely great at organising our tours and…
We found Anna Nepal Trek on the internet and worked with them to plan several different tours in Nepal. Rabi helped us to plan a trip to see Chitwan and…Read More
Rabi and Kopila were our Airbnb hosts and were so accommodating. We ended up selecting Anna Nepal Trek due to how great they both are, and Rabi's years of experience…Read More