Article published by : Navin Baniya on Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Category : Travel & Leisure

Top 5 Peak Climbing In Nepal For Beginners


Home to 8 of the 10 tallest peaks in the planet, it’s only appropriate that Nepal is known as ‘the Home of the Gods’. Conquering the grand Himalayas can be a far-away dream of a lifetime to some while it could simply be an extreme sport, an exhilarating pursuit that provides the ultimate challenge of strength, endurance, and sacrifice for others. For those who harbor an interest in the Himalayan climb, these Short Peak Climbing in Nepal will steer starters through their first climb:

Pisang Peak:

The most recognized climbing peaks inside the Annapurna province, Pisang Peak is perhaps one of the tinniest trekking peaks popular among new ascenders for its pretty effortless hike, short duration and awe-inspiring Himalayan panoramas. The peak rises from Pisang village & yak grasslands in a homogeneous slope of snow and ice to the ultimate summit pyramid.

Island Peak:

Island Peak is no doubt the most renowned peak as it provides all new trekkers and climbers an exciting ascending experience & is often regarded as the 1st step for any ascenders before their summit endeavor of massive peaks in the Himalaya. Well, Island Peak climbing not just offers a delightful hike but also provides some of the magnificent sceneries of the Himalayas in Khumbu province.

Lobuche Peak:

Placed just on top of the Lobuche village in the Khumbu region, Lobuche peak isn’t far from the Mount Everest but just a few kilometers closer to the way of this globe’s tallest mountain. Lobuche Peak features its 2 diverse summits, one is Lobuche West Peak (6145m) and the other is Lobuche East Peak (6119m).

Yala Peak:

Placed nineteen miles north from Kathmandu in Langtang region Yala Peak (5732 m) is admired among trekkers when it comes to easy trekking in Nepal. Langtang area in itself is a good choice for all hikers. The trek & the climb both remain unforgettably beautiful & culturally rich with scenic beauty and Himalayan panorama enclosing you.

Tent Peak:

Located just south of the ABC (Annapurna Base Camp), Tent Peak summit provides incredible panoramic vistas of royal snow-covered mountains of the Annapurna province. It’s ideally suited for those who’re looking to move ahead from hiking to beginner mountaineering. This trip encompasses hike to the picture-perfect ABC with few days of peak ascending making it a rather renowned trekking peak climbing experience.

So, when you are going to try these above mentioned peaks in Nepal? Don’t be too late though.




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