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Nepal Peak Climbing  
 
Compared with the full scale mountaineering attempts of the Everest & others to be attempted by highly professional climbers only, smaller peaks offer a less risky but no less adventurous climbing to hardened trekkers & mountaineers alike. Thus, these smaller peaks are called the Trekkers’ Peaks, for they were opened to provide dedicated trekkers an opportunity to attempt mountaineering with minimal costs, and with comparatively little training. However, as Stan Armington cautions in his Lonely Planet travel guide Nepal Himalaya, to call them the Trekkers Peaks may be interesting for the high mountaineers, but nonetheless a misnomer for average trekkers. All these smaller peaks are still higher than the highest peaks in America & Europe. Hence, you need to get some real training on climbing a snow mountain with an ice axe. Still, that’d not be a big deal for daring &dedicated hikers who wish for some extra adventure.

There are altogether 33 climbing peaks that can be attempted accompanied by a register guide with the Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA). Some Trekkers’ Peak on Nepal’s Popular Trekking Regions:

Annapurna Region: Hiunchuli 6441meters Mardi Himal 5587meters Singu Chuli 6501meters Tharpu Chuli 5663meters Everest Region: Imja Tse 6189meters Khungma Tse 5820meters Kwangde 6187meter Mera Peak 6476meters Langtang Region: Naya Kangri 5846meters Rolwaling Region: Ramdung 5925meters Manang Region: Chulu East & West Both around 6500meters The charges for climbing peak issued by Nepal Mountaineering Assoiciation: Royalty: USD 350 to 510 depending upon the Peak category & the number of climbers Garbage Deposit: USD 250.
 
 
 
 
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