Rock Climbing

Rock Climbing

  • Max Altitude 877m
  • Vehicle Jeep and Bus
  • Best Season Spring and Autumn
  • Trip Duration 5 days

Trip Overview

The best part about this rock climbing package is that it is located in a protected location. Surrounding Kathmandu Valley, only 20 minutes away by car. Similarly, this is a daily rock climbing program for which a 48-hour reservation is NEC. With changing technical challenges, a chimney, and bouldering, the climb is regarded as a suitable climb for beginners to professionals. In the protection area of the Nagarjuna National Park, there is an entrance fee.

In Addition, climbing is another adventure sport that has set a new standard in Nepal. When it comes to adventure sports and competing against others to reach the top. For many years, people have flocked to Nepal’s terrains for a variety of reasons. And in recent years, we’ve seen a massive influx of individuals seeking rock climbing on Nepal’s terrains. Several spots have been explored and celebrated for over a decade. And there is the chance of new rock climbing destinations in the future.

Rock Climbing in Nepal

Therefore, come join us if you have prior rock climbing expertise. And if you can take on a challenge posed by a hill in the Kathmandu valley’s south. Furthermore, Hattiban is a well-known suburb of Kathmandu. Our rock climbing location is around an hour’s drive from the capital city. Nestled among scarce trees on a small hilly terrain. The rock face is gorgeous, challenging, and south-facing, which means it gets a lot of sun on a hot sunny day, making it a little more difficult for climbers to overcome.

Moreover, we go 70 kilometers west of Kathmandu on the primary route connecting Pokhara and Bimalpur. Passing through the rushing tributaries Trishuli and Marshyandi. We go climbing the same day after getting our belongings together, and after climbing, we have dinner and continue camping on the camping grounds. The next day, we make our way into the cave to see the shrines inside.

The caves’ various tunnels, as well as the cave’s views. Particularly Annapurna mountain and the flowing Marshyandi River, are breathtaking. After a quick tour of the cave and passing through caverns. e either return to Kathmandu or proceed to our trekking destination in the Annapurna region, as scheduled.

What’s More

Due to the spectacular natural rock faces in majestic locations. It is quickly becoming one of the most popular sports for visitors and locals. There are many fantastic, thrilling sites in Nepal where you can enjoy a cliff-hanger rock climbing experience. Tourists that come to Nepal for adventure tourism are becoming interested in rock climbing. Similarly, Nepal offers an enticing rock climbing experience, and a trip to Nepal would be incomplete without it. Climbing is a physically and intellectually difficult sport. That puts a climber’s strength, endurance, agility, and balance, as well as mental control, to the test. If you’re looking for a cliffhanger experience in Nepal, the Kathmandu valley has a few options.

Likewise, the forested hill of Nagarjun is located 3 kilometers north of Kathmandu Valley. Moreover, It contains twenty routes and is ideal for novice, intermediate, and advanced climbers. All of the routes are securely bolted. Inside the Royal Forest, there is a climbing cliff. Moreover, private automobiles will take you 20 minutes and it would take you around an hour to walk from Thamel, Kathmandu. It is one of the valleys of Kathmandu’s closest climbing sites.

Highlights of Rock Climbing in Nepal

  • Kathmandu Valley Rock Climbing is a popular activity.
  • Climbers at all levels, from beginners to specialists, will find it suitable.
  • Climbing in the trees is a relaxing experience.
  • Views of Mount Annapurna, Langtang, Macchapuchre, and other Himalayan peaks are available.
  • Get a close look at the Padmasambhava Monastery and the little Buddhist shrine Langlunten.
  • Get a cliffhanging experience and push your limits.


Day 01

Arrival Kathmandu

A representative from Travel Nepal Now will greet you upon your arrival. Pick up your bags and look for our representative with a Travel Nepal Now with the Group leader’s name display board at the arrival gate after completing your customs formalities (Visa, etc.). After that, you will be taken to your hotel.

Day 02

Kathmandu Sightseeing

After breakfast, we will begin a sightseeing tour of Kathmandu with our experienced tour guide, visiting several of the city’s greatest historical and spiritual sites. Durbar Square, the revered Hindu temple of Pashupati Nath, the famous ‘Monkey Temple’ (Swayambunath), and the Buddhist shrine (Buddha Nath), which is one of the world’s largest Stupas, are all considered World Heritage historic sites. After returning from the tour, our trek leader and other team members will have a pre-trip meeting. Travel Nepal Now will provide you with information on your journey and we may have the opportunity to discuss any challenges that may arise during our forthcoming adventure. After overnight at a hotel.

Day 03

Nagarjun Forest Full Day Rock Climbing

After breakfast, drive 3 kilometers to Nagarjun, a forested hill in the Kathmandu valley’s northwestern corner. It contains twenty routes and is ideal for novice, intermediate, and advanced climbers. All of the routes are securely bolted. Inside the Royal Forest, there is a climbing cliff. Private automobiles will take you 20 minutes and it would take you around an hour to walk from Thamel, Kathmandu. It is one of the valleys of Kathmandu’s closest climbing sites. When you arrive, you will be given a site briefing and climbing equipment. You have a full day of climbing planned with a packed lunch. You return to your destination in the evening. Shopping, dinner, and an overnight stay at the hotel.

Day 04

Advance Hattiban Rock Climbing

We arrive in Hattiban after a brief private 1-hour drive via the city and a lovely village. Hattiban is a lovely location with a fantastic view of Kathmandu. Then a short uphill trek of around 25 minutes through the bush to the Big Crag climbing location. More than ten routes will be ascended. Your fantasy will come true with the exciting rock climb. Following that, we will bring you to your accommodation in a private vehicle.

Day 05

Kathmandu Departure

Today is the last day of this vacation in Nepal; you will bid farewell to the mountains as your journey in Nepal comes to an end today. Similarly, today the departure representative of our company will drop you at the international airport.


What’s Included

  • All arrival and departure transfer by Private AC vehicle.
  • Transportation to Rock climbing place.
  • 01 Full day Kathmandu valley sightseeing tour by Private vehicle with English speaking Guide.
  • 04 nights hotel accommodation in Kathmandu on BB ( Bed & Breakfast) Basis.

What’s Not included

  • Extra expenses if unavoidable circumstances such as weather hazards, political unrest, and avalanches
  • International Airfare.
  • Lunch/Dinner in Kathmandu.
  • Entrance fee to the sightseeing places.
  • Hiking shoes for walk to crag.
  • Personal equipment.
  • Travel / medical insurance.
  • 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).

Useful Info

Best Time for Rock Climbing in Nepal

Fall (sometimes known as Autumn) weather is ideal for general rock climbing. The weather should not be rainy; instead, it should be sunny or cloudy. Rain can make the rocks slippery and make climbing difficult, regardless of experience. Sunny weather, on the other hand, does not always imply scorching temperatures.

Cost for Rock Climbing in Nepal

Rock Climbing is one of the most anticipated adventure activities in Nepal. Annually, a lot of visitors come to visit Nepal to do this adventure activity. Similarly, the average cost of Rock Climbing in Nepal ranges from $120-$150.


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For outdoor enthusiasts, rock climbing is a hard and adventurous sport in Nepal. The majority of natural climbing sites in Nepal are in the north of the Kathmandu valley, near the Nagarjun forest and the Shivapuri watershed and wildlife reserve.

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