About Peak Climbing

Nepal has been the focus of outstanding achievements in the world of Asian trekking peak climbing, with its eight peaks above 8000 meters. It has challenged the minds and bodies of those who have dared for decades. Among the identified 1310 peaks above 6000 meter, one quarter are officially opened for mountaineering activities, including the 'trekking peaks'. Climbing these peaks is the next step beyond 'simply' trekking, before scaling the 8000-meter peaks.

Asian Expedition, special purpose for every climbing season. Our Company range Climbing guide, itinerary and Climbing permits for every climbing season are March, April, May June, August, September and October. Nepal is the home to world’s highest mountain, Mt. Everest, is also the place of eight of the fourteen eight-thousands. The wide ranges of Himalayas make Nepal the most popular destination for mountaineer. If you are beginners or experience challenging climbers or expeditions, Nepal has several peak of your choice including challenging climb, technical climb, non-technical climb and friendly beginners climb. Our Company Asiana Nepal Treks & Expedition member of Nepal mountaineering association of Kathmandu, Nepal.

The various mountains in Everest regionAnnapurna region and Langtang region are most popular peak climbing in Nepal. The most admired Nepal peak climbing includes Chulu East Peak, Chulu West Peak, Island Peak, Mera Peak, Yala Peak, Lobuche Peak, Tent Peak, Naya Kang Peak.

The peak climbing in Nepal will give you ultimate adventure and unforgettable experience with spectacular panoramic view of mountains and landscapes. This climbing will lead to most remote valley and witness Sherpa culture and walk through sub-tropical pine and red blooming rhododendron forest and abundant wildlife.

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