Peak climbing expedition is usually both technically and physically very challenging activity. It requires considerable climbing skills and in Nepal usually is done on sub-eight thousand meters high mountains, where acclimatization is easier and more effort can be devoted to climbing skill rather then shier brute force to combat altitude.
Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA) has been given the authority by the Mountaineering Section of the Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation (MoCTCA) of issuing peak climbing permits. Nepal government open 326 peaks for peak climbing and mountaineering in Nepal.
Our objective is to serve the climbing community with helpful information, advise and practical services. By Himalayan standards, there are smaller mountains known as "trekking peaks" (ranging from 5587 to 6500 metres), which any fit and keen trekkers can climb. Climbing these trekking peaks in Nepal is the next step beyond simply trekking. However, it includes basic mountaineering above the snow line, using ice axes, climbing boots with crampons, ropes etc. under the supervision and instruction from your professional climbing guides. All climbing guides have considerable mountaineering expertise and experience including multiple ascents of Mt. Everest and other Himalayan peaks climbing.