Climbing is the elite adventure sport popular among climbing enthusiasts. With the advent of technology, climbing has been less harder; and anyone with previous trekking experience can climb a couple of small peaks.
Nepal Mountaineering Association has classified 33 peaks in Nepal as ‘the trekking peaks,’ ranging from 5,650 meter to 6,500 meters. Group A comprises of 15 peaks and Group B comprises of 18 peaks. Check the entire small peaks list.
If you wish to try something new or taste the amateur mountaineering experience, you can sign up for any of the small peak climbs in Nepal. Our certified Sherpa guide, a team of skilled porters, assistants and chefs, and carefully planned logistics can help you get to the top and back in one piece.
Do not mistake small peak climb for expeditions. The latter requires lot more time and money than climbing a small peak.
Tibet – Mt. Cho Oyu, the world’s sixth highest mountain at 8,201m, is located west of Mt. Everest along the Nepali-Tibetan border. A straightforward climb and not technically demanding, an excellent mountain for climbers wanting to scale their first 8,000m peak with out taking much risk. Our itinerary that begin by driving into Tibet through […]Read More
Nepal – An ascent on Baruntse (23,390ft / 7,129m) is an adventure for climbers wishing to summit a true Nepali peak. This remote expedition into the heart of the Khumbu culminates in a relatively short climb to the summit of this majestic 7,000er. Baruntse is among some of the highest peaks of the Himalaya, including […]Read More
Ama Dablam is one of the most beautiful mountain peaks in the world. Known for its aesthetic appeal, Ama Dablam is mostly chosen by experienced climbers for its technical challenge (5D Category) and short climb duration. The standard climb route follows the South West Ridge, the same route used by the first expedition team in […]Read More
Pisang Peak is a popular short peak located in Manang valley at the mid-western region of Nepal. Surrounded by the great Annapurna, Machhapuchhre, Dhaulagiri, Langtang and Manaslu, the scenery adds to the charm of the trip. At 6,093 meters, the spectacular Pisang Peak offers a challenging climb for both the amateur and experts. With the […]Read More
Lobuche Peak or Lobuje is one of the highest trekking peaks in Nepal. It is known to have two distinct summits, Lobuche East (6,119 m) and Lobuche West. Most climbs are perfomed at the Lobuche East. In order to climb the Lobuche West, you would need an Expedition permit. Among the trekking peaks in Nepal, […]Read More
Island Peak at the altitude of 6,189 meters is one of the most popular trekking peaks in Nepal. Also known as Imja Tse, the peak lies close to Mount Everest in the Khumbu region. A mountainous area, you get a glimpse of almost every high peaks located at the eastern section of Nepal. Most climbers […]Read More
Mera Peak is the highest trekking peak in Nepal. Located at Hinku Valley, just beside the Khumbu region, the Mera peak climb offers excitement to both the amateur and expert climbers. A technical climb, it’s harder than many other small peaks in Nepal. The trek starts from Lukla and up to Khare. From here, you climb all […]Read More
Island Peak at the altitude of 6,189 meters is one of the most popular trekking peaks in Nepal. Also known as Imja Tse, the peak lies within the Khumbu region, under the shadows of Mount Everest and Lhotse peaks. Island Peak is one of the best trekking peaks in Nepal. Most climbers take on Island peak […]Read More
Kyajo Ri is a small peak located in the Khumbu region of Nepal. It is surrounded by the counterparts, namely; Island Peak, Lobuche and Mera Peak. A technical peak, it requires a good crampon and ice-axing skills. The climb is a concoction of the mixed terrains, and will feel quite challenging when combined with the […]Read More