Lobuche, Island Peak and Mera Peak — Peak Climbing in Nepal with Instruction.
Have you always wanted to say you stood on top of the world? You can summit a Himalayan peak while you are on your Nepal adventure! We offer 3 climbing peaks that are accessible for most people provided you are reasonably fit.
1) Island Peak Trekking w/ Climbing Instruction; 17 days – Book Now
2) Lobuche/Island Trekking w/Climbing Instruction; 20 Days – Book Now
3) Mera Peak with instruction; 19 days – Book Now
Who Can Do Peak Climbing?
These climbs are great for people who want to do some trekking while in Nepal, experience Sherpa culture en route and then move on to summiting a Himalayan Peak. It’s not Everest, but it’s a good start!!
For first time climbers or those new to mountaineering, try Island Peak or Lobuche Peak with experienced climbing instructors who will guide you through everything from putting on your crampons to reaching the summit.
What About Mera Peak – Trekking Peak?
For a longer peak climbing experience in the Nepal Himalaya you should go for Mera Peak. At 6,476 metres (21,247 ft) it is classified as a trekking peak. The view from the summit is one of the finest in the Himalaya with five 8,000m peaks visible: Mount Everest, Lhotse, Cho Oyo, Makalu, and Kanchenjunga, as well as other Himalayan peaks.
[important]All climbers should prepare themselves physically for peak climbing, and be prepared for acclimatization at high altitude.[/important]
Please educate yourself about AMS (Acute Mountain Sickness) before attempting any high altitude treks or climbs.
Included: Trekking, lodging and meals, climbing equipment, guide and instruction.
Not included: PLASTIC BOOTS, warm clothing, sleeping bags, flight tickets, insurance, bar bills or personal extras.
Please let us help you rent or buy your climbing clothes and extras at our outfitting partner Kala Pather climbing and trekking shop located in Thamel.
*Trekking Guide Hire for Nepal Treks
As of Sept. 1, 2012 climbers must trek in small groups or on their own with a trekking guide in the Solu Khumbu region.
Ready to Climb Mount Everest?
We don’t outfit Everest Climbing, but we have some good friends here in Kathmandu who do. Please contact us if you would like to suggest some reputable international outfitters for climbs over 8000 meters. Please be sure to use reputable companies who practice sustainable tourism and support our local communities in Nepal. Ask the Nepal Mountaineering Association for more information.