Trekking Peaks | Peak climbing in Nepal.
Those peak under 7,000 meters that is considered easily climb-able by anyone who is physically fit, without specialized equipment or training. So, a climbing peak combines the joy of proper mountaineering with ‘relative’ ease of ascent, which is why they’re very popular among trekkers in the Himalayas (ice axes etc are still required for many of them!).
The Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA) is responsible for classifying certain peaks as trekking peaks or group B climbing peaks.
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.
A list showing altitude and location of Trekking peaks of Nepal. Climbing Permits for the following Trekking Peaks and newly opened trekking Peaks of Nepal are issued by Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA). Every expedition has to be accompanied by a Climbing Guide registered with the Nepal Mountaineering Association.