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Trekking Peak Climbing

Trekking peak climbing in Nepal is one of the most sought after adventures. The "Trekking Peaks" of Nepal are between 5,500m and 6,500m high and they benefit from relaxed climbing regulations. A small peak fee is payable, but in all other respects they are treated as a "Trek" by the Nepalese authorities. This makes them more accessible and less expensive to climb. The term "Trekking Peak" is appropriate for street mountains such as Mera and Ramdung, but totally inappropriate for others. Peaks such as Singu Chuli and Kusum Kanguru are tough propositions, even by their easiest routes. Some of the more street peaks are climbed by the guided expeditions described in this programme. We can also make arrangements for any of them to be climbed by independent groups. This may include hotel accommodation; Transport, Porters, camping equipments, food, cooks, local guides and peak permit if required.

FIXED DEPARTURE SCHEDULE FOR TREKKING & PEAK CLIMBING, Just a Few Itineraries for Some of the popular Trekking Peaks:

 
  Trekking Peak Climbing Routes
DAYS
Aerro
Mera Mingbola (6,476m)
22
Aerro
Makalu to Mera (6,135m)
30
Aerro
ISLAND PEAK (6189M)
24
Aerro
South East Flank & South-West Ridge
Aerro
Gokyo Ri/Lobuche/Island Peak
36
Aerro
Langtang - Ganjala Pass
21
Aerro
Rolwaling - Khumbu With Yalung Ri
21