Nepal has some of the best climbing peaks on Earth. The climate and landscape is extremely varied from hot Terai low land to ice-covered mountain Mount Everest, the highest in the world. The Himalayan country, Nepal is a varied land with vast climbing opportunities. Home to the highest point on Earth, Mt Everest at 29,000 feet and the lowest Chitwan National Park at 450 feet. Nepal is certainly a land of contrast and many climbing peaks of Nepal remain relatively unexplored by climbers. Add to the mix a constantly changing political landscape, and any climbing to Nepal is guaranteed to provide an adventure to remember.
Nepal’s claim to fame is surely the 10 towering above 8000 meter peaks of the Himalaya. However, Nepal has plenty to offer the casual climber such as world-class vacation peak climbing on Mera Peak, Island Peak, Thorong Peak, Lobuche, Pisang Peak, Tent Peak, Yala Peak, Chulu Peak and Paldor Peak climbing in Nepal. The climbing peak in Nepal is a peak under 7,000m that is considered easily climbable by anyone who is physically fit without specialized equipment and training. So, a climbing peak combines the joy of proper mountaineering with relative ease of ascent, which is why they are very popular among trekkers in the Himalayas -ice axes and other climbing gear are still required for many of the climbing peaks in Nepal.
Difficulty wise it should be noted that the fact that a climbing peak in Nepal is classified as easy does not mean the trip, climb and itinerary is very easy. It means that you still have to be rather fit but that you do not need to have any previous mountaineering experience. The mystic Himalayas of Nepal feature a wide range of climbing peaks of varying remoteness and difficulty. There is no such thing as a one-size-fits-all climbing peak that is suitable for everyone. Different people have different sets of skills, time and preference which means that some research is required before choosing a peak climbing in Nepal.