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Peak Climbing

Peak Climbing Overview

Welcome to Himalayan Circuit, as a team we want you to have the best experience possible. We ask you to take a few minutes to please read the following information to help you choose the best experience in Nepal. 

Peak climbing has become popular adventure support for those who thrive off adrenaline and lushing yourself to the limits. Nepal as 1310 identified Himalayan peaks and Nepal is the best place in the world to climb peaks as it also gives you a taste of wilderness and the beautiful snow-covered mountains in the background. Nepal is most famous for Everest, but let us assure you that there are many more peaks to be seen and climbed in Nepal.  

There is a succinct difference between climbing a hill and climbing a peak. Whilst Nepal does have some peaks which require very little technical support, it also boasts 8 out of 14 of the highest peaks in the world and 18 peaks above 5600 metres. It is vitally important you pick a trek you can physically do and enjoy. To put this into perspective, almost all the “Trekking Peaks in Nepal” are higher than the highest mountains in Europe, America or Africa. 

Before you fly out we expect you to have done around 3-6 months training at home by way of cardio, weight training and hiking with a weighted backpack. This will help you determine your current fitness level and understanding of how the trek will be. Most of the treks, on average, have you hiking for around 8 hours a day with many treks lasting over 21 days. The other obstacle to understand is the climate. As we climb higher the temperatures will drop and the air will become thinner. So whilst you are at home training and naturally, improving, we are not exaggerating when we state 3-6 months of training is required before flying. Please feel free to contact us for training information including specific treks you are looking at and we can devise a plan for you. Ultimately, we want you to enjoy Nepal and what the country has to offer. We do not want you to be uncomfortable and unable to complete the trek. 

For anyone who is an honorary mountaineer, you will be aware of the Winter Skills Course. This course is devised to enable an individual to understand the skills and stamina required for a trek like peak climbing in Nepal. A winter skills course covers the essentials skills of walking with an axe and crampons, ice axe self-arrest, navigation, winter safety, avalanche avoidance and much more. Whilst we do our best to avoid major issues, where there is a challenge there is a risk. We use highly qualified local Sherpas who are registered with the Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA) to guide us on the peak climbs but you must have an understanding of how to use the technical equipment. 

Your success and safety are key. We do not compromise with acclimatisation days which are built into the treks to help aid the climb overall. We aim to provide excellent service from start to finish and can accommodate both private and group treks. As a company, we aim to have a trek to each peak in the future so for those out there who would like to accomplish every peak, stay tuned. 

Please contact us if you have any questions or want to discuss a private trek with alternative routes. 

Yala Peak Climbing

Yala Peak Climbing is a practical climbing peak in the Langtang region, north of Kathmandu. Langtang is adorable to the mountaineers as it has got the options for all, those willing to take on to the climbing expedition above 7000 m or even the non technical climb like Yala Peak below 600m. In 1949,the legendary […]
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Island Peak Climbing with EBC Trekking

Island Peak Climbing with EBC Tour is an excellent opportunity to climb the magnificent Island Peak – the most popular highest trekking peak in Nepal as well as a trek to Everest Base Camp. Summit of Island Peak is 6,189m /20,305ft or Imja Tse located above the summer settlement of Chhukung and seen from above […]

Island Peak Climbing Everest Region

Island Peak is  located in the  Everest Region Khumbu area which offers an impressive and highly glaciated face that emerges from the Lhotse Glacier. Island peak at an elevation of 6189m is actually an extension of Lhotse Shar located between the Lhotse and Imja Glaciers, so the Island peak is also called as Imja-tse in local language. Island […]

Mera Peak Climbing

One of the highest peaks in Nepal is the Mera Peak boasting a height of 6476 metres but requires little or no technical climbing, perfect for those with limited experience. It is situated east of the main Khumbu and our guided trip is 20 days which includes flexibility for several days to attempt the summit.  […]