The 7 Best Climbing Peaks in Nepal

Nepal is home to many stunning and breathtaking Himalayan beauty, including the highest mountain ranges and short peaks as well as climbing peaks. Mountaineers can find variety of climbing peaks in Nepal.  The peaks less than 7000m above the sea level are called climbing peaks. These peaks can be conquered by anyone who is physically fit and has not had to undergo any special training or equipment.

According to the old saying, “We don’t travel to escape life. We travel to make life better.” Sometimes, the monotony and hustle of city life can become too much. What could be more satisfying than a trek to the highest climbing peaks directly into the majestic Himalayas? These seven peaks are among the most spectacular climbing peaks that one can add to a bucket list.

We have mentioned the 7 best Climbing peaks in Nepal:

1: Island Peak

Island Peak is a popular trekking peak that climbers love. It offers beautiful views of Everest and Solu Khumbu. It is also known as Imja Tse and offers a breathtaking view of many Himalayan peaks, including Mt. Makalu, and many other.

Climbers will be welcomed by some of the most majestic mountains in the world, including Mt. Everest, as well as nearby 8000ers such Lhotse and Cho-Oyu, will be greeted by climbers. Makalu. This is a challenging climb that can be thrilling and worth the effort.

Highlights from Island Peak Trip:

  • The perfect spot for Himalayan mountaineering is one of the most beautiful and popular climbing peaks in Nepal.
  • Amazing views of the highest mountain peaks, glaciers, and glacial lakes.
  • You can reach the summit with a 99 percent success rate
  • It is a combination journey, the Everest Base Camp Trek.
  • Enjoy the beauty of nature, Himalayan Sherpa culture, and remote lands.

2: Mera Peak

Mera, Nepal’s highest trekking peak is a popular choice for those who are just starting out in mountaineering. It is a relatively easy peak to climb, even though it is the highest. Mera is a group of three summits

Mera North, Mera South, and Mera central. It is located south east of the Island Peak and is relatively easy to climb despite its elevation. It is a stunning climb that will be treasured forever.

Highlights from Mera Peak

  • Enjoy the most difficult trekking peak climbing.
  • Amazing view of Mt. Everest, Mt. Tso Oyu (MT. Makalu, MT.
  • Experiences on a wilderness trek to Tangnag-hinku Valley and Mera la Pass from Lukla.

3: Lobuche Peak

Lobuje, while a little harder than its neighbour peaks makes it an exciting climb for those who love the Himalayas. Lobuje peak is made up of two distinct peaks, Lobuje east & Lobuje West. For beginners, the Lobuje West can be difficult to access.

Lobuche East Peak, on the other hand, offers stunning, surreal views over the surrounding Everests, Lhotseses, Nuptses, Ama Dablams, Cholatse, and Pumori. We can see the Everest base camp (5.363) and Kala Patthar (5.545 m) on our way to Lobuche camp.

Highlights from Lobuje Peak Trip

  • Khumbu’s highest peak at high altitudes.
  • Aerial view of the Khumbu Himalayas
  • Amazing alpine climbing experience.

4: Chulu East Peak

The Annapurna region’s most famous climb peak, Chulu, is also composed of two distinct peaks, Chulu East or Chulu West. To access both summits, you will need separate permits. Chulu East requires a little more skill and endurance and is recommended only for those with previous experience and good physical condition.

The ultimate joy of the magnificent and panoramic views of all of Annapurna, Dhaulagiri and North Tibet makes it well worth the effort. For those who love to climb hard-earned success, the Chulu East is the perfect choice.

Highlights from Chulu East Peak

  • One of the most popular routes for climbing Annapurna’s peaks.
  • Amazing view of Mt. The magnificent view of Mt. Himlung.
  • Enjoy the beauty of nature, culture, and mountaineering skills.
  • Trekking in Nepal’s best hiking trail.

5: Tent Peak (Tharpu Chuli)

Tent Peak, also known as Tharpu Chuli in Nepalese is the third most popular Annapurna peak. It is the ideal trek for people who are interested in starting to climb and amateur mountaineering. This climb offers spectacular views of the Annapurna and other majestic scenes from the summit.

Highlights from Tharpu Chuli Peak

  • The Annapurna Sanctuary is home to one of Nepal’s most popular climbing peaks.
  • Amazing view of Mt. Glacier, Annapurna, and Snowy Himalayan Peaks.
  • The best trekking and climbing routes in Nepal.

6: Naya kanga Peak

It is locally known as Ganja La Chuli and is the closest peak to the Kathmandu Valley. It is located in the Langtang region. This is a popular peak for climbing. You will start in dense forests of oak and rhododendron before you reach a more rockier, marshy place.

The beauty of the region, which includes peaks, glaciers and waterfalls, makes the Naya Kanga trail a stunning and unforgettable experience for climbers. This peak is renowned for its amazing hospitality and stunning views of the mountains.

Highlights of Naya Kanga Peak

  • Langtnag Trek’s most popular and well-known peaks.
  • Langtang Lerung, Langtang Valley and other snowy peaks from the aerial view.
  • Enjoy the Indo Tibeto Tamang Culture, a natural forest hike, and wildlife like the Red Panda.

7: Larkya Peak

Larkya Peak, located in Nepal’s western Gorkha district is one of the least-climbed trekking peaks. The region is home to very few climbers and trekkers, making it more thrilling, exciting and adventurous. Larkya’s peak is a stunning combination of cultural diversity, natural beauty, and religious heritage.

Two peaks bear the Larkya name: Thulo Larkya and Sano Larkya. Thulo Larkya is a longer climb and walk than the Sano Larkya. In the end, Larkya Peak is a memorable climb that can provide climbers with a lifetime of memories of trekking and climbing. It also offers amazing views of majestic mountains in remote western Nepal.

Highlights from Larkya Peak, Manaslu Trek

  • Manaslu Circuit Trek is one of the most remote and wildest routes to climb in Nepal.
  • Close up view of Mt. Manaslu, glacial lake, and other snowy mountains from the top.
  • The manaslu trek offers a unique opportunity to experience the beauty of nature, high altitude climbing and Buddhist culture.

Conclusion

The ranging of altitudes and the royalty that comes with climbing permits make these climbing peaks very popular. Nepal is home to more than 7000 mountain peaks, many of which are still unclimbed. If you’re interested in climbing an unnamed peak in a remote area, you might be eligible for royalty. For all details, rules and preparations for your Nepal climb adventure, please contact your operator. We are an experienced travel entrepreneur always eager to help you.