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Nepal is truly a Himalayan paradise. It is the home to eight out of fourteen mountains which are above 8000; including the highest mountain in the world, Mt. Everest (8848m).

It quite does not matter whether you’re a novice or a professional mountain climber. If you are committed enough to climb a peak, you definitely can! There are total 33 different peaks permitted to climb in Nepal. With such large numbers, comes wider variation of peaks differing in altitude and the technicality. Obviously, some of these mountains are considered the world’s most dangerous mountains. However, Nepal is also blessed with plenty of less technical trekking peaks to start with.

If you’re climbing your first mountain or consider yourself a novice, a good choice would be to start with trekking peaks enlisted under Group B by Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA). These trekking peaks are between 5663m to 6654m in elevation and are relatively easier to climb. Despite most of these trekking peaks require very less or no climbing experience at all, they definitely should not be considered a cakewalk. Peak Climbing in Nepal requires a serious commitment and physical prowess.

Top Trekking Peaks in Nepal:

Peak Climbing in Nepal is one of the most popular extreme adventures. Every year, trekking peaks attract thousands of tourists from all over the world to experience the ultimate Himalayan adventure. Here are some of the most famous climbing peaks in Nepal:

  1. Island Peak (6,189m)
  2. Mera Peak (6,654m)
  3. Yala Peak (5,732)
  4. Lobuche East (6,119m)
  5. Pisang Peak (6,019m)
  6. Chulu West (6,419m)
  7. Kyajo Ri Peak (6,186m)
  8. Dhampus Peak (6,012m)

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