Peak climbing in Nepal does not require previous experience of real mountaineering. It is only necessary that participants should be in the excellent physical condition and have some previous outdoor experience.
The major peak climbing destination in Nepal is in the Everest region. Island peak also called Imja Tse(6189m) and Lobuche peak (6145m) is near Everest Base Camp. Another demanding climbing peak Meera peak (6476m) of the Everest region is in remote Hinku valley. Island peak and Lobuche climbing can finish within a short period of time and can combine with famous trekking routes Everest Base Camp, Gokyo valley, and Everest three high passes.
Pisang peak (6091m) Singu Chuli peak (6501) in the Annapurna region, Palder Peak (5896m) in the Langtang region are also the major climbing peaks in Nepal. Ramdung peak (5900m) and Pharchamo peak (6279m) at Rolwalling Himalayan range are the remote areas climbing peaks of Nepal. Plan to climb one of these peaks including the plan of Trekking in Nepal. You only reach the base camp of these climbing peaks only after a few days trekking which is also the best way to make your body fit in acclimatization.
Most demanded climbing peaks in Nepal are on the route of major trekking areas. Combining of trekking at altitude makes your body feet for climbing. Nepal Highland Treks provide and suggest peak climbing only in popular trekking destination. You will get enough days training before getting on top of the peak from our experience climbing team. Those who are beginners in climbing, we suggest you choose those trekking peaks which are suitable for beginners climber. Get a special climbing clinic course in the base camp of the peak with our team to make your successful summit. There are some mountain peaks which does not need any permit but most the peaks need to obtain climbing permit and permits are only allowed to obtain from registered Nepal trekking companies.