Mardi Himal Peak Climbing

17 Days
  • 17 Day(s)
  • Easy-moderate
  • 2-12 people
  • Autumn and Spring
  • Lodge and Camping
  • Breakfast, Dinner, Lunch
  • Bus / Jeep / Car
  • 5587 M

Overview

Mardi Himal lies below the Mount Machhapuchhre which is approximately 15 miles north of Pokhara. The peak sits an altitude of 5555 meters to the east of Modi Khola across the valley from Mount Hiunchuli. So, the Mardi Himal Peak Climbing follows the route along the Mardi Khola for two days before you climb the ridgeline.

17 days Mardi Himal Peak Climbing involves trekking through the off beaten trail along with the gorgeous alpine landscapes. The trek rewards you with some of the mesmerizing views of Koshi river, terrace fields, deep valley, pasture grounds, lush forest and many more. The views of Mount Annapurna, Machhapuchhre, Gangapurna, Huinchuli look magnificent. The peak climbing is relatively a less crowded trail that passes through ethnic villages and traditional settlements of the Annapurna region.

Climbing to the Mardi Himal can be a good introduction to peak climbing in Nepal. It can be a decent option for the beginner climbers who want to have a peak climbing experience in the Himalayas. You will not need any previous experience of high altitude climbing. It is one of the shortest and easiest peak climbing expedition to do in Nepal.

With Exciting Nepal, your journey to Mardi Himal Peak Climbing will be thrilling and adventurous. With proper acclimatization and guidance of our climbing experts, you will have an easy and comfortable peak climbing experience. So what are you waiting for? Book your trip with us immediately. You can also contact us at Exciting Nepal to know about more details.

Best Time for Mardi Himal Peak Climbing

The best time for Mardi Himal peak climbing would be during the Autumn( September, October, November) and Spring seasons. Both the seasons offers climbers with favorable weather and temperature of the Annapurna region.

The Mardi Himal weather is not too hot nor too cold during autumn and spring which would be perfect for climbing. Likewise, the Annapurna region expects minimum rainfall during these seasons. So, it can be an ideal time of the year for peak climbing experience.

Difficulties during Mardi Himal Peak Climbing

Mardi Himal Peak climbing involves trekking up to the Mardi Himal height of 5555 meters. The average walking period in the entire journey would range between 6-7 hours. The climb may not be technically difficult, but you will require some physical training to achieve a successful climbing experience.

Use climbing equipment such as the hammer, harnesses, ropes crampons, etc are very common when Mardi Himal Peak Climbing. The trail to Mardi Base is short and narrow. So walking along such trail might be quite difficult during wet and snowy conditions.

So, it would be better to avoid your Mardi Himal Peak Climbing during winter and monsoon.

And also, be aware of the altitude sickness when trekking above the height of 3000 meters.

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Mardi Himal Peak Climbing
From $1,870
/ Adult

Trek’s Routes Map

Mardi Himal Peak Climbing