Nepal Peak Climbing

The Nepalese Government in 1978 introduced a category of trekking peaks to capitalize on the demand and interest by climbers in less complicated arrangements. The terms Trekking peaks denotes a small mountain that may be attempted with few formalities instead of an expensive expedition permit and complex regulations.

Climbing on trekking peaks usually commences at high altitudes and the summits are on or near the danger zone, above 6000m (19,680ft), even for relatively modest peaks. There exist a handful of peaks that give novice climbers a chance to top a respectable Himalayan summit, involving an ascent over snow and ice terrain; these peaks are located in the popular trekking areas (Everest, Annapurna and Langtang regions), have relatively easy access and can be undertaken within a relatively short period of time. Rolwalling, Kanchenjungha and far west region have also beautiful climbed peaks. These are the peaks that we focus on. For those seeking to climb one of these peaks, an essential requirement is to be in excellent physical condition and have some outdoor background.
Peak climbing to the Himalaya, large or small, are usually required to work through a local agency for the provision of services with in that country. Proper physical, mental, and logistical preparation is the key to a rewarding and successful climb.Climbing permits are valid for one month.
Note: Since Oct 2015, Peak Climbing permit obtain only from the Ministry of Tourism,NMA has lost the Authority togive the trekking peaks Permits. And High climbing rescue insurance is a must.

Peak Permit Fee Structure as below:
 
Group "A' Peaks
Cost/Season→
Spring
Autumn
Winter
Summer
SN
Name of the peak
Region
Height↓
March-April-May
Sept-Oct-Nov
Dec-Jan-Feb
June-July-August
1
Mt Cholatse
Khumbu
6423m
USD250
USD125
USD70
USD70
2
Mt. Kyazo Ri
Mahalangur
6151m
USD250
USD125
USD70
USD70
3
Mt.Phari Lapcha
Mahalangur
6017m
USD250
USD125
USD70
USD70
4
Mt. Nirekha
Mahalangur
6159m
USD250
USD125
USD70
USD70
5
Mt. Langsisa Ri
Jugal
6412m
USD250
USD125
USD70
USD70
6
Mt. Ombigaichen
Mahalangur
6340m
USD250
USD125
USD70
USD70
7
Mt. Bokta
Kanchenjunga
6114m
USD250
USD125
USD70
USD70
8
Mt. Chekigo
Gaurishankar
6121m
USD250
USD125
USD70
USD70
9
Mt. Lobuje West
Khumbu
6135m
USD250
USD125
USD70
USD70
10
Mt. Larkya Peak
Manaslu
6416m
USD250
USD125
USD70
USD70
11
Mt. ABI
Mahalangur
6043m
USD250
USD125
USD70
USD70
12
Mt. Yubra Himal
Langtang Himal
6048m
USD250
USD125
USD70
USD70
 
Group "B' Peaks
Cost/Season→
Spring
Autumn
Winter
Summer
SN
Name of the peak
Region
 
Height↓
March-April-May
Sept-Oct-Nov
Dec-Jan-Feb
June-July-August
1
Hiunchuli
Annapurna Himal
6434m
USD250
USD125
USD70
USD70
2
Singu Chuli (Fluted Peak)
Annapurna Himal
6501m
USD400
USD200
USD100
USD100
3
Mera Peak
Khumbu Himal
6470m
USD250
USD125
USD70
USD70
4
Kusum Kangru
Khumbu Himal
6360m
USD250
USD125
USD70
USD70
5
Kwangde
Khumbu Himal
6086m
USD250
USD125
USD70
USD70
6
Chulu West
Manang district
6419m
USD250
USD125
USD70
USD70
7
Chulu East
Manang district
6584m
USD400
USD200
USD100
USD100
8
Imja Tse (Island Peak)
Khumbu Himal
6165m
USD250
USD125
USD70
USD70
9
Pharchamo
Rolwaling Himal
6279m
USD250
USD125
USD70
USD70
10
Lobuje
Khumbu Himal
6090m
USD250
USD125
USD70
USD70
11
Ramdung
Rolwaling Himal
5900m
USD250
USD125
USD70
USD70
12
Pisang Peak
Manang district
6091m
USD250
USD125
USD70
USD70
13
Khongma Tse (Mehra Peak)
Khumbu Himal
5849m
USD250
USD125
USD70
USD70
14
Ganja La Chuli (Naya Kanga)
Langtang Himal
5863m
USD250
USD125
USD70
USD70
15
Paldor Peak
Langtang Himal
5903m
USD250
USD125
USD70
USD70
 

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