Nepal is also a climber’s paradise. There are numerous 6-7000m climbing peaks available for climbing enthusiasts, as well as eight of the world’s fourteen 8000m+ peaks for the ultimate challenge
If you want to take the first step from trekking to mountaineering consider a short mountaineering course that takes in one of Nepal’s Mountain area. Nepal is also a climber’s paradise. There are numerous 6-7000m climbing peaks available for climbing enthusiasts, as well as eight of the world’s fourteen 8000m+ peaks for the ultimate challenge.
We Responsible treks are slowly expanding our services in peak & mountain climbing. We started with Mera peak but our core climbing expeditions would be in the west Nepal into Putha Hiunchuli, Changla peak, and Saipal. They are all located in western Nepal and are the highest peak in this region. Almost none have climbed this peak due to the remoteness of the mountain. Nevertheless, it’s a fantastic experience on a pristine peak with an amazing landscapes. The trek and the climb will both give you an unforgettable lifetime experiences Humla, Mugu and Dolpo are the mountainous districts in northwestern Nepal. Lying in the rain- shadow area of the Dhaulagiri and Annapurna Himalaya, this area receives far leass of the monsoon’s precipitation, and is comparatively arid, less intersively farmed and sparsely populate
Saipal Eco Climbing and Expeditions
With an impressive 7031 m, Mount Saipal is the second highest peak of the...
Changla Peak – 6563 m Humla
Changla peak is located in western Nepal-Humla and is the highest peak in this...
PUTHA HINCHULI – Dhaulagiri VII – 7246 M
Dolpo is remote,wild and considered by many to be one of the most magical...
Mera Peak Climbing
The first ascent of Mera peak was made in 1953 by Jimmy Roberts and...
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