Peak Climbing in Nepal

Peak Climbing in Nepal

  • Max Altitude 8848m
  • Vehicle Bus and Flight
  • Best Season Spring and Autumn
  • Trip Duration 19 days

Trip Overview

If you are an ardent climber, no amount of hiking in Nepal will quench your appetite for adventure. Until you want to continue farther down the trekking route to the Peaks, no climbing experience is required. Peak climbing in Nepal is as popular as any other adventure. Despite the fact that it is extremely difficult and requires a wide range of skills.

The tiny peaks in Nepal that have been declared open for summiting are those that are less than 7,000 meters in elevation. Even the smallest of the so-called lower peaks open to climbing is likely to be higher than North America’s and Europe’s tallest peaks.

Climbing these summits will test your vertical limits as well. As none of them can be reached without a decent base camp and a couple of well-equipped high camps. Escalating all the way to the peak and returning to base camp may take 8–12 days. And the total expedition could take 3–4 weeks.

Different Peaks of Nepal

Mera peak, Island peak, and Lobuche east are some of the most popular climbing peaks in the Everest region. On Pisang and Chulu east, Annapurna is home to popular peak climbing. There are numerous additional popular peak climbing destinations in the Everest, Annapurna, Ganesh, Langtang, Manang, and Rolwaling regions. Which have been enjoyed by mountaineers for decades.

Peak climbing in Nepal is extremely difficult and requires far more than trekking skills in the thin air. Aside from physical abilities to reach the summit. The trek would necessitate a thorough understanding of mountaineering, including the use of an ax and ropes. There should be an excellent convoy working 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to ensure the route and safety, and several permits from the Nepalese government are required.

Peak climbing in Nepal, one of the world’s highest monuments, may be extremely rewarding. Ascending one of these stunning peaks in any of the country’s locales will reward you. With breathtaking views of the world’s highest mountains. Early acclimation in attractive culture-displaying villages allows you to experience the finest of Nepal’s nature and culture.

Countless peak climbs and expeditions in Everest, Annapurna, and Langtang have been planned by Travel Nepal Now. It is critical to ensure that you have the correct team for this highly professional excursion in order to assure success and safety. We will make your trip one of the most memorable vacations of your life. We recommend combining the Everest Base Camp trek with the Lobuche East Peak climbing adventure for a once-in-a-lifetime experience.

Why is Peak Climbing in Nepal Popular

Similarly, in the upper Himalayas, peak climbing is a popular adventure sport. Nepal has 1310 Himalayan peaks over 6000 meters, including 8 of the world’s 14 highest summits, with 326 peaks officially open to climbing and mountaineering. As a result, Nepal is unquestionably the top mountaineering and climbing destination in the world. Thousands of climbers and mountaineers visit Nepal for a variety of reasons: some to put their abilities and fortitude to the test, while others come to realize their dream of summiting an adventurous Himalayan peak and standing at the top of the globe. Peak climbing is the best way to climb a Himalayan peak while also giving you a flavor of being in the snowy outdoors without burning a hole in your pocket.

Highlights of the trip

  • Explore different flora and fauna of the place
  • Get on a scenic flight to Lukla
  • Explore Namche Bazaar
  • Visit different famous places like Tengboche, Dingboche, etc
  • Get a chance to travel to Everest Base Camp, Lobuche Base Camp
  • Experience the different cultures of the Himalayas


Day 01

Arrival in Kathmandu (1,350m)

You arrive in Kathmandu on this day, and we transfer you to your accommodation. After checking into the hotel, you relax and recuperate while taking in the sights. On the same day, a member of Travel Nepal Now will give a briefing on the itinerary.

Day 02

Visit Kathmandu City

While our backend staff is busy making plans for the day ahead, we’d want to take advantage of the opportunity to tour the city and see some intriguing historical monuments. We’d go to Swayambunath, which is also known as a monkey temple, Basantapur Durbar Square, which is a historic palace courtyard, and Patan Durbar Square on this day.

Day 03

Kathmandu- Lukla (2840m) - Phakding (2610m) 04hrs

After breakfast, take a 35-minute flight to Lukla’s Tenzing-Hillary Airport. We begin a three-hour journey through the bustling village of Lukla till we arrive at Phakding. In the tea lodge for the night.

Day 04

Phakding - Namche Bazaar (3440m) 06hrs

After breakfast, we will stroll through the pine forest and along the Dudh Koshi River, over a number of suspension bridges. The first thing we see is Mt.Thamserku (6618 m). Our excursion will begin at the Monjo checkpoint, which serves as the entrance to the Sagarmatha National Park. The trail ascends through forests and over bridges before providing the first view of Mt. Everest with the Lhotse-Nuptse ridge after a final tough ascent. Finally, we arrived at the Mt. Everest gate and identified “Namche Bazar,” the region’s primary trading center. Tea house lodge for the night.

Day 05

Namche Bazaar - rest day for acclimatization

Today is our first day of acclimatization. We’ll visit Namche Bazzar, the Everest (Khumbu) region’s main town, which features government offices, ATMs, Internet cafés, shops, restaurants, and a bakery. You may see a variety of artifacts relating to Sherpa culture and learn about the varied plant and animal life of the Everest region at the Tourist Visitor Center near the Sagarmatha National Park’s headquarters. Climb further to the famous airfield at Syangboche, where you can see the Everest View Hotel and enjoy spectacular views of the world’s tallest mountain, Mount Everest. We make our way back down to Namche Bazaar. Tea house lodge for the night.

Day 06

Namche Bazaar - Tengboche, (3860m) 05:00hrs

Following breakfast, the hike begins with spectacular views of Mt. Everest, Nuptse, Lhotse, Ama Dablam, and Thamserku. Wild animals such as pheasant, musk deer, and Himalayan Thar can be seen on the trip to Tengboche. Before reaching Tengboche, we continue our hike through the pine forests. From The Tengboche, you can see Ama-Dablam, Nuptse, and Everest up close. Tengboche is home to Khumbu’s largest Buddhist monastery. Tea house lodge for the night.

Day 07

Tengboche - Dingboche, (4350m) 05:00hrs

We depart after breakfast, passing by many Chortens, Mani walls, and little settlements. We arrived in Dingboche after a five-hour hike. Beautiful fields with stone fences to protect barley, buckwheat, and potatoes will be seen. Tea house lodge for the night.

Day 08

Acclimatize day In Dingboche (4350m/14270ft)

Our trip’s second acclimatization day is today. So we’ll go exploring around Dingboche. Tea house lodge for the night.

Day 09

Dingboche - Lobuche (4925m) 04:00hrs

Today we will ascend the Khumbu Glacier’s steep deadly moraine. We’ve arrived in Mount Everest’s vicinity, yet the huge mountain remains enigmatic. We arrived at Lobuche after a four-hour journey, where you may feel a little out of breath due to the high altitude. Lobuche is where you’ll spend the night.

Day 10

Lobuche - Gorakshep (5170m) - Kalapatthar (5545m)-Gorakshep 06:00hrs

You start your journey early in the morning. We follow the trail that runs alongside the Khumbu Glacier through a trough. We continue on over tough terrain to Gorak Shep, where we can take a quick rest to replenish our fluids. We arrive at Kala Pattar after a two-hour journey. Kala Patthar is a tiny rocky summit on Mt. Pumori’s southwest ridge. The trek up Kala Patthar is difficult, but the view from the summit is breathtaking. Huge creaking glaciers surround you, as well as famous vistas of Mount Everest. The views from Kala Patthar’s summit (5545m) are quite breathtaking.

Day 11

Gorakshep - Everest base camp (8848m) - Lobuche (4925m) 06:00hrs

Today’s hike will take you to Everest Base Camp. Mt. Everest, also known as “Chomolungma” in Chinese, “Sagarmatha” in Nepali, and “Mount Everest” in English, was originally known as Peak XV. In 1852, it was recognized as the world’s highest peak, and four years later, it was given the name “Mount Everest” in honor of Sir George Everest, the general surveyor. Mount Everest is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and the Nepalese government has established “Sagarmatha National Park.” We return to Lobuche after experiencing the amazing views and the Khumbu glacier. Tea house lodge for the night.

Day 12

Lobuche - Lobuche Peak Base Camp (4950m) (02 hrs trek)

Today is a relatively easy trekking day. We’ll spend some time at Lobuche before heading to Lobuche Peak Base Camp via an easy trail. Our Sherpa crew will build up camp and make the necessary preparations for setting up further camps at higher elevations once we reach the base camp. Because it will be a short day of trekking, we will have plenty of time to relax, which will be essential for the ascent to higher altitudes and the main summit ascent of Lobuche Peak. In a tented camp for the night.

Day 13

Lobuche Base Camp - High Camp (5400m) (04 hrs trek)

We will leave the base camp after breakfast and follow a narrow track that is frequently snow-covered and treacherous. Today’s climbing expedition may require the use of ropes and crampons. Our ascend journey can be exhausting, so taking a break now and then might help restore vitality. We’ll arrive at an excellent campsite at 5400 meters, where our Sherpa staff will swiftly set up camp and inspect our climbing gear and health before the main summit ascent of Lobuche Peak the next day. In a tented camp for the night.

Day 14

High Camp - Summit Lobuche Peak (6119m) and back to Base Camp (09 hrs)

Today is the day we’ve all been looking forward to. We set out early in the morning, fully acclimatized and armed with the necessary climbing gear, with the goal of reaching the peak before noon, as strong winds after that time can make reaching the summit difficult. We’ll ascend up the south ridge, overcoming various challenging portions on our way to the top, following the footprints and instructions of our experienced climbing specialists. Our strenuous ascent to the summit is rewarded with spectacular views of Everest, Lhotse, Makalu, Nuptse, Pumori, Ama Dablam, and other nearby high peaks. We’ll spend a brief amount of time at the summit before descending along the same route and returning to base camp. In a tented camp for the night.

Day 15

Lobuche Base Camp - Pangboche (3930m) (06 hrs trek)

After reaching the summit of Lobuche Peak, we’ll continue on the trail, passing by cairns and tributes dedicated to climbers who died while attempting Mount Everest. Our trail is a gentle descent that takes us through Pheriche before continuing on to Pangboche, where we will spend the night. Tea house lodge for the night.

Day 16

Pangboche - Namche Bazaar (3440m) 05:00hrs.

We return through birch and rhododendron forest to Tengboche, the Khumbu region’s oldest monastery, and continue the journey to Namche Bazar, with wonderful views of the Himalayas.

Day 17

Namche Bazaar - Lukla (2840m) 06:00hrs

Today is our last day of trekking as we follow the Dudh Kosi down to Lukla.

Day 18

Lukla – Kathmandu (1310m) fly 35 minutes

The return flight to Kathmandu is 35 minutes early in the morning.

Day 19

Kathmandu departure

Transfers to the airport for your flight to your final destination.


What’s Included

  • All arrival and departure transfer by private a/c vehicle.
  • 03 nights hotel accommodation in Kathmandu with BB Plan,
  • Full day sightseeing in Kathmandu with experienced city guide, all entrance fees and private vehicle
  • Kathmandu – Lukla – Kathmandu flight
  • Climbing permit for LobuchePeak.
  • All essential ground transportation by private vehicle.
  • All required Trekking permits and national park fees.
  • Tea House + Camping combined accommodation during trek – as per itinerary.
  • All meals during trek & climb– Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.
  • Experienced trekking & climbing guide.
  • Required number of porters.
  • All necessary climbing gears.
  • Kitchen equipments and camping equipments during climbing period.
  • General first aid kids.
  • Insurance, clothing and salary for staffs.
  • Welcome and farewell dinner in Kathmandu.
  • All government taxes and necessary paper work.

What’s Not included

  • International Airfare.
  • Lunch/Dinner in Kathmandu.
  • Personal climbing gears.
  • Tips & Summit Bonus for staffs.
  • Personal equipment.
  • Travel / medical insurance & evacuation cost.
  • Single room supplement fee if need.
  • Tips for the tour guide and driver.
  • Personal expenses such as laundry, telephone calls, alcoholic beverages, bottled drinks, (including cold drinks and mineral water).
  • Extra expenses if unavoidable circumstances such as weather hazards, political unrest, and avalanches.

Useful Info

The best month to climb Mount Everest

March, April, May, October, and November are the most popular months for trekking in the Everest region since the weather is at its finest during these months. The spring and autumn have more moderate temperatures, sunny skies, little to no rain, and a lower likelihood of snowfall.

Cost to climb Mt. Everest

A regular sponsored climb can cost anywhere from $28,000 to $85,000. A fully customized climb will set you well over $115,000, while extreme risk-takers can get away with less than $20,000. Transportation from Kathmandu or Lhasa, food, base camp tents, Sherpa support, and supplementary oxygen are usually included.

Everest Heli Tour

A helicopter has landed on the summit of Mount Everest, bringing an end to an era that began 52 years ago today – when the only way to the summit was by climbing the mountain. Last week, French test pilot Didier Delsalle landed the Eurocopter on the snow-covered summit of the world’s highest mountain.

How hard is Lobuche

The Lobuche East is one of Khumbu’s most difficult and tricky peaks to climb. There is a high 45-degree ascent as well as sharp climbs and descents on this climb.

Everest Base Camp height

Mount Everest, at 8,848 meters above sea level, is the world’s tallest mountain and part of the Nepalese Himalayas. Everest Base Camp is one of two base camps of Mount Everest, one on each side. South Base Camp is at 5,364 meters in Nepal, and North Base Camp is at 5,5150 meters in Tibet.


How many peaks are open for climbing in Nepal?

It’s all about breaking records these days. Nepal has 326 peaks that are open to mountaineering today. The Mountaineering Section of the Ministry of Culture, Tourism, and Civil Aviation issues climbing permits for peaks in the Nepal Himalayas throughout the year.

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