Nepal is truly one of the dreamiest and adventurous destinations for trekkers and climbers all over the world boasting over a thousand peaks above 6,000 meters. There are some 326 peaks in Nepal open for mountaineering. Spring summer, autumn and winter are consider as the main four season for mountaineering in Nepal.
The undefeated and pristine world of the Everest regions, every moment surrounded by its proud beauty yet a place that has always embraced any soul as its own. Enlisted as one of the world heritage sites, it is blessed with exotic species of Himalayan flora and fauna and treasures four of the world’s six tallest peaks; Mount Everest, Lhotse, Makalu, and Cho Oyu along with some of the highest located Buddhist monasteries in the world. The world famous Annapurna regions, Lang-tang, & Dhaulagiri Ranges equally boast their unmatched heights of breathtaking Himalayan peaks.
Peak climbing in Nepal is another major tourism and adventurous activity proving Nepal the cradle for mountaineers for ages. Thousands of mountaineers all over the world preferred to go Nepal for peak climbing. Some of the mountains like, Mt. Pumori, Amadablam, Baruntse are considered the popular mountaineering among 6000 and 7000 meter peaks where as Dhaulagiri, Makalu , Manaslu, Lhotse , Everest are the 8000 meter peaks for the challenging mountaineering in Nepal. Whether your interest is simply climbing a peak or an expedition on 7000 or 8000 meter peak, Osho World Adventure would befriend you in the hard snowy rocks to help you win the challenge.
The most easiest trekking peak of the Nepal is Yala Peak (5500 m) which lies north to Kathmandu in Langtang valley region. Trekkers or climbers does not require any mountaineering experience to climb Yala Peak. Yala Peak climbing and trekking starts from the either Dhunche or Syabru Bensi.
Lobuche Peak Climbing which is situated close to Khumbu Glacier in Everest Region offers an attractive climb summit with a variety of existing routes and wide scope for new lines. Lobuche Peak is one of the popular trekking peaks in the Himalayan country of Nepal.
Island Peak is also known as the Imja Tse Peak which is also one of major attraction of Nepal for climbing. Island peak (6,189) is situated in Khumbu region above the Imja Tse khola, hence is it also called as Imja Tse peak.
Cholatse Peak Climbing is situated in the khumbu Himalayan region. Mt. Cholatse is also known as Jobo Lhaptshan. In Tibetan language Cholatse can be understood by Cho means Lake, La means pass and Tse means peak. That is why literally Cholatse means “Lake Pass peak”.
Pisang Peak Climbing (6091m) is one of the non-expedition peak as well as one of the most popular trekking peaks in Annapurna region.
Mera Peak Climbing is another popular and adventurous peak climbing activities after Island Peak Climbing in Nepal. Mera peak is the highest trekking peak in Nepal which is located in Hinku valley.
Kusum Kangaru Peak Climbing is situated in between the Dudhkosi in the south and Hinku Valley to the north of the Khumbu region. The name Kusum Kanguru means “Three Snow-White Gods” in the Sherpa Language, it refers to the triple summit of the mountain.
Dhampus Peak Climbing involves one of the shortest yet most classic treks in Nepal as it passes through country inhabited by a wide diversity of people.
Chulu East peak climbing is situated in the north of Annapurna massif range and high above the Manang valley and the Chulu East Peak summit offers the eye-catching views Annapurna II, III and IV, Gangapurna, Glacier Dome, Dhaulagiri, Tilicho and Manaslu peaks. This peak is also known as Julu peak.