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  • Trekking Nepal and some incredible facts regarding famous Trekking peaks

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    Have you ever been climb some of the famous trekking peaks in Nepal? If your answer is no then sharing with some of important piece of information regarding  trekking in Nepal climbing on Nepal trekking peaks. Remember that there are 33 trekking peaks in Nepal which are given authority to climb without any expedition permit by Nepal Mountaineering Association. At one time, possible to climb without expedition permit but while on the other hand, the peaks which are going to be climbed must be under 7000 m. Surprisingly, climbing to peaks above 8000 m are bit expensive as considered to be known PEAKS.

    The competence level for climbing any trekking peak changes according to condition. Since various known trekking peaks requires a little attention to have proper mountaineering skill while many of them just requires good health. But the fact to remember is that the “YAALA PEAK” (5535 m) which has the least altitude has the elevation of Kilimanjaro (5894 m). However, attempting any peak is surely changeling and must meet the proper equipment and health.


    Island Peak:

    Island Peak which has the elevation of 6,186 m lies in the Everest region. Also called as Imjy-Tsi means floating since the shape of the peak is just like floating the ship in the ice and glacier, it is something unique in between the core of glacier and ice. It is reported that 12,500 climbers did their best to climb the peak during the 2006 to 2010. Luk-La is small hometown from where the base camp to Island peak start. The difficulty level is very low but to tackle the glacier and snow at the top.


    Cholatse Peak:

    One of the most thrilling and adventurous peak located in the Lukla (small town) of Khumbu region. Comprises of steep walled and vertical appearance, it has an average elevation of (6,435 m). Similarly, the Base Camp to Cholatse Peak can achieve by few days of trekking which is very interesting indeed. Interestingly, this peak is like barrier which is situated in between the Gokyo and Khumbu (valleys). The history reveals that it has not been summit until 1982.


    Lobuje Peak:

    One of the famous trekking peak in Nepal considerably for those who are willing to summit Mount Everest for Acclimatization. Higher on elevation (6,110 m) than Khumbu glacier, it is located near but opposite to Everest making it more attractive to mountaineers. Almost every climber climb it before starting the Mount Everest Expedition. Interesting to note that it has two faces named as Lubje East and Lubje West. Remember that this trekking peak is strenuous and must meet necessary requirements.


    Larkye Peak:

    Having at the elevation of (6,135 m), Larkye Peak has something to offer for mountaineers and adventurers. Preferably, this peak is considered to climb since it is fall en-route to Manasulu Trek. Climbing the peak requires lot of techniques either physically or mentally as to tackle the snow. There are two summits as Sano Larkye which is a one day climb while to reach at the main peak, it takes two days including another camp up to base camp. Surprisingly, mountaineers who get accomplish the peak has the biggest opportunity to have the amazing views of ANNAPURNA.


    Yalaa Peak:

    This trekking peak is one of the most admirable peak in Nepal and usually very suitable for those people who are willing to climb as their first experience. Situated at the height of 5522 m in the Lang Tang area (Langthang region is very beautiful and a national park is also located with name, Langthang National Park). Preferably, reach in the LangTang via road travel from Katmando. The duration of the trek is 19 days including from starting and summit. Those who successfully accomplish have an astonishing opportunity to get the view of Shishapngmaa Peak, the highest peak in TIBET. Furthermore, easiest journey having small houses offering warm tea.


    Meera Peak:

    This trekking peak is surely the second highest peak in the Nepal and famous after Everest with an approximate elevation of 6,652 m. One of the challenging adventure as to make foot-walks through the forest and lush green villages then to summit the climb. The preparations of the trek start from Kathmandu where you can find necessary equipment. Surprisingly, you can take by plane journey to Lukla which is situated in Khumbu region, a gateway to Everest. Likewise, climbing is not much difficult but must meet good physical condition and have strong acclimatization.

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