Top 5 peaks for climbing and trekking in Nepal

Nepal is one of the best trekking, tour, and hiking destinations in the world. It lies in the lap of the big Himalayas. Most of the world’s highest and most magnificent mountains are situated in Nepal. Many over the years have cherished this naturally gifted physical feature of Nepal.

Great personalities like Sir Edmund Hillary and Miss Tenzing Sherpa are two of the many famous people who have renounced their name forever in the history of the world by climbing in the peak of Nepal.

When one trek in Nepal, they not only enjoy the views of the mountains and the overall scenery but also spectate the places where years ago, many great personalities made outstanding records. Many years ago, these personalities passed through the same land and saw the same views.

One cannot stop themselves from revisiting Nepal after seeing it once. Even though technology has coved the world over the years, however, Nepal and its people have been able to store the natural gifts of nature.

Many mountain areas mostly remain untouched and can take a trekker very close to nature. Here are the five best peaks for trekking in Nepal.

Lobuche peak Climbing

Trekking to the Lobuche peak incorporates the classic destinations one visits during any trek in Nepal. Like most of the hikes in Nepal, it also starts from Lukla, which is the best way to enter the Everest region.

On the way to the Lobuche peak, one also surpasses the Everest Base camp. It also includes a walk through the rhododendron forest and a visit to the Tengboche monastery, one of Nepal’s best monasteries.

One can also spectate the rich and versatile culture of the Sherpa people during the trek. The trek takes you to a maximum height of 6119m which is a great height considering other treks in Nepal.

This peak is divided into two parts, the east, and the west; the west takes you to the maximum height. This trek surely does not fall among easy treks. One indeed needs to have prior experience for the trek.

Island Peak Climbing

The Island peak climbing is one of those treks in Nepal that will give you an opportunity to view a peak covered with snow, and the view with the presence of snow gets a lot better. The reason behind the name of this peak is the fact that the cliff looks like a piece of land near the ocean of snow.

This trek is not easy; it involves areas in which one needs to climb with the help of ropes which is undoubtedly not easy. For better climbing conditions, one can visit this trek during the spring season, which in Nepal comes by mid-May.

The base camp for this trek is built at an altitude of 5100 meters, and the maximum altitude one can visit during this trek is about 6160m.

The trek will provide you with a complete view of the Imja valley, which is one of the most beautiful valleys of Nepal. Throughout the trek, one can see mountains like Mt. Everest, Mt. Makalu, Mt, Lhotse, Mt. Nuptse, and many more.

Pharchamo Peak Climbing

It is infrequent for people to mention Pharchamo peak when it comes to trekking in Nepal. However, the fact that very few people know about this [particular trek makes the path to the trek very pure and untouched.

The peak is situated towards the southern region of the Tashi Lapcha Pass. The peak is one of the peaks lying in the Rolwaling Himal range. Since the way to the peak as well as the final destination is not at all crowded, one can enjoy the true essence of nature.

On the way to the peak, one can find more than 200 species of flora and fauna. The trek is primarily famous for the fact that it provides the best view of the Gaurishankar Himal.

This particular trek incorporates everything, including the best scenes of the mountains, a great altitude, remote, undiscovered locations, culturally rich destination, glacier, Tsho Rolpa Lake.

The view of the lake is mind-blowing, and the surrounding area is very peaceful. The maximum altitude of this peak is 6187, which is quite appreciable.

Mera Peak Climbing

The Mera peak is Nepal’s one of the top peaks likes in the Makalu region in the south part of the world. This trek follows the iconic path of the Everest Base Camp region. However, it further proceeds to remote areas, which makes the trip better than any other classic trek.

This trek is not very technical; it is considered a little tough as it takes you to an incredible altitude of 6476 m. Many trekkers undertake this trek as the path to this peak is very straightforward, which hence cuts down on the difficulties of climbing.

The track is not very steep, and thus one can expect comfort during the trek. A separate base camp for the Mera trek exits, which is at an altitude of about 5400m.

This trek will provide you with a crystal clear view of Mt. Everest, Makalu, Kanchenjunga, Lhotse, and many more. Overall this trek gives you more with less effort.

Kyajo Ri Peak Climbing

If one wants to experience a trek that is different from a regular trek in Nepal, the Kyajo Ri trek is quite unique. This peak lies in the Khumbu region of Nepal, which is a hub to many other mountains in Nepal. This peak seems to connect Thame to the Gokyo valley.

Even though this peak is a part of the Khumbu region, the peak is not very crowded and less visited. One of the reasons behind fewer people undertaking this trek is the fact that the trek is challenging.

Before climbing this peak, one has to take a short lesson so as to prepare for the trek; the requirement of practice itself proves the technicality of the trek.

If you are physically mentally robust and have prior experience of trekking, this trek will quench your thirst for challenging your limits and give a lifelong fun memory to cherish.