Climbing in Nepal
CLIMBING IN NEPAL: Climbing literally means to ascend or move upward using the hands and feet or the feet alone. Climbing in Nepal is generally taken as an adventure sport to ascend to peaks above six thousand meters. Many climbers visit Nepal for climbing the snowcapped peaks as their hobby and profession. Step on Himalaya has been organizing such peak climbing expeditions with the proper guidance of Climbing Guides who are Government certified and experienced with the climbing. Their intimacy with climbing and familiarity with the locality of the mountains is the advantage of hiring them for climbing the peaks. We, at Step on Himalaya, hire Climbing guides who are experts and will always supervise your moves in the mountains.
Peak climbing in Nepal
Since the establishment of the Nepal Mountaineering Association in 1978, Peak climbing has opted for a sports adventure in the trekking peaks of Nepal. More than 30 peaks are duly registered and opened by NMA for climbing. There are 2 groups: Group “A” has 15 peaks and Group “B” has 18 peaks. These 33 peaks required special CLIMBING PERMITS. Step on Himalaya is a duly registered trekking company under the NMA and TAAN. So, there should not be any problem to get the climbing permits. The most popular climbing peaks of Nepal are Island Peak, Mera Peak, Lobuche Peak, Kwangde Peak, Chulu east peak, Chulu west peak, Pokalde Peak, Pisang Peak, Cholaste Peak, Tilicho Peak, Tent Peak, Singu Chuli Peak, Dhampus peak, Hiunchuli peak, Yala peak and many more.
Mountain Climbing in Nepal
Climbing or Trekking peaks above 6000 meters and below 7000 meters in height are usually done without any support of a crampon or rope. Undoubtedly, climbing or trekking peaks in Nepal is suitable for novice climbers as well as experienced trekkers. But basic training in climbing is always advantageous for your own safety. This will not only boost your self-confidence and energy to climb up to the peaks but also provide a sense of safe climbing as you will be learning how to use the climbing gear if needed. Step on Himalaya will ensure you have a hassle-free climbing the peaks at a very affordable cost.
Mountaineer in Nepal
Another important note to be taken is for ACCLIMATIZATION which is usually overlooked by many climbers. Sadly they have to leave their climbing or trekking in the middle and return without achieving their target. So Step on Himalaya always advises you to start climbing at least 300 to 400 meters every day, make a habit of drinking plenty of fluids and give as much rest to your body.
Snowy Peak Nepal
Step on Himalaya operates peak climbing in group or individual climbing. The itineraries are usually less than 20 days which includes a gap of days for rest and acclimatization. Choose one of our Peak Climbing treks to taste the real adventure in the snowy peaks of Nepal. Step on Himalaya is ever ready to serve our clients to let them experience the joyous moments of feats to the summit of the amazing enthralling peaks.