There are several 6000m peaks climbing nepal that are open for alpine climbing under NMA (Nepal Mountaineering Association) regulations. The ascent of these mountains is controlled under the rules and auspices of the association. Being a member of the NMA helps operators to organize peak climbing programs in various regions of the country. Climbing a trekking peak gives amateur climbers the opportunity to tackle a high Himalayan peak without having to organize a major expedition. Although these peaks are not as lefty as their famous cousins- the 8000m peaks, many of the climbs are no less demanding and adventurous in nature. By the Himalayan yardstick these are considered minor mountains, but on a global scale, some of them are extremely challenging snow and ice climbs of high standards.
Our company provides guests with qualified and trained mountaineering guides and other field staffs to take inexperienced visitors, even non-climbers, to the summit safely. Our services are guaranteed to make one’s trek including the peak climb, sage and simple. Please check out our programs for further details and feel free to contact us for further information.
Lobuche East is the hardest of the trekking peaks that commercial groups attempt. In the Everest Region (Khumbu) only Kwangde and Kusum Kangru are more difficult. The main peak of Lobuche is Lobuche West and is not included in the trekking peak permit.
This expedition has been packaged to enable visitors to either climb Mera Peak. This course is suitable for the complete novice and is also a great refresher for those who want to climb again.Mera Peak Climbing takes us to the summit of Mera Peak