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Peak Climbing in Nepal
Peak Climbing in Nepal

Nepal first came into world focus when Tenzing Norgay Sherpa of Nepal and Sir Edmund Hillary of New Zealand conquered Mt. Everest in 1953. Ever since, there have been countless expeditions heading off to the Himalayas. With eight of world’s highest peaks within Nepal’s boundaries, there is tremendous interest in the Nepal Himalaya. Most of the peaks over 8000m high were conquered during the Golden Decade of Climbing in the 1950s. Climbing by then had become a national affair with various nations vying with each other to be the first to climb. Today it is all about breaking records. There are some 326 peaks in Nepal open for mountaineering today.

Climbing permits for peaks in the Nepal Himalayas are issued for all seasons by the Mountaineering Section of the Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation. The requisite official documents must be furnished when seeking permission to climb. Around 121 peaks do not require liaison officers for expedition while the rest must be accompanied by one.

Peak Climbing in Nepal
Island Peak Climbing

Island Peak ClimbingIsland Peak is a more technical climb, involving a grade 1 scramble up a rock gully and an easy rock ridge, to a glacier. Above the glacier, a steep snow headwall leads to the summit ridge, which continues, in an incredibly exposed position, to the summit. After the climb we descend to the main Everest trail with its welcome teahouses. This will certainly provide a contrast from our last two weeks in the remote high mountains!
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Mera Peak Climbing

Mera Peak ClimbingMera peak is considered one of the major and popular trekking peaks in Nepal. The Peak itself rises to the south of Everest. The ascent of the peak is technically straight forward. However, the heavy snow and the maze of crevasses can make the way longer to the summit. Besides the charm of climbing Mera Peak, the trek to its base camp from Lukla is rewarding for experiencing little-visited and as yet unspoilt region of Nepal with densely forested hillsides. There are Know more Mera Peak Climbing

Pisang Peak Climbing

Pisang Peak ClimbingMera peak is considered one of the major and popular trekking peaks in Nepal. The Peak itself rises to the south of Everest. The ascent of the peak is technically straight forward. However, the heavy snow and the maze of crevasses can make the way longer to the summit. Besides the charm of climbing Mera Peak, the trek to its base camp from Lukla is rewarding for experiencing little-visited and as yet unspoilt region of Nepal with densely forested hillsides. There are Know more Pisang Peak Climbing

Chulu east and west peak Climbing

Chulu east and west peak ClimbingThese peaks are part of the Manang Himal, which are quite rightly included in the larger Damodar Himal, the eastern limit of which runs south from Chako and Peak 6687 in a north-to-south direction along the Hunlung Khola, Nar Khola and Phu Khola. To the south it is bounded by the Marsyangdi Khola and the Mesokanta La. To the west its limit is the Kali Gandaki and to the north the Parchekya La (5,447m/17870ft). There exists considerable confusion with regard Know more Chulu east and west peak Climbing

Hiunchuli Peak Climbing

Hiunchuli Peak ClimbingHiunchuli lies in the Annapurna range and it is connected to Annapurna South. Discovered by Col. Jimmy Roberts, it is one of the three major trekking peaks within the "Annapurna Sancturary", to be named by Roberts. The mountains of this area are considered the sacred by the Gurungs who inhabit the region. The other two peaks within the sanctuary are Tharpu Chuli (Tent Peak) and Singu Chuli (Fluted Peak). Hiunchuli was first summited by an American Peace Know more Hiunchuli Peak Climbing

Mardi himal Climbing

Mardi himal ClimbingNorth of Pokhara, as the crow flies, this mountain is the most southerly of the Annapurna range. From some viewpoints it seems little more than an outlier on the south-west flank of Machhapuchhare. Mardi Himal is the lowest and perhaps least climbed or visited of the trekking peaks. Once again it was Col. Jimmy Roberts who, with two Sherpas, climbed to the summit by a route on its East Flank in 1961. The normal route of ascent reaches a Know more Mardi himal Climbing

Dhampus Peak Climbing

Dhampus Peak ClimbingDhampus Peak lies North-East of the big Dhaulagiri massif. It is in terms of climbing technicalities an easy mountain to ascent. The overwhelming altitude differences between the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri ranges make Dhampus Peak a very exposed spot to observe the scenery from. Having Tukuche Peak (6920m) and Dhaulagiri (8167m) spectacularly near you enjoy the feeling of being part of the extreme altitudes of the Himalayas. The biggest mountain Know more Dhampus Peak Climbing

Yala Peak Climbing

Yala Peak ClimbingRi [5066m], where the views are as spectacular as anywhere in the Himalaya. After completing our climbs of Yala Peak [5520m] and Naya Kanga Peak [5846m], we descend from the upper Langtang Valley as far as Syabru, before following a different trail, past Sing Gompa, to the sacred lakes of Gosainkund. We cross the Laurebina La [4610m] and return to Kathmandu through the lovely villages of the Helambu region. The Langtang Valley is located only 19 miles Know more Yala Peak Climbing

Fluted Peak Climbing

Fluted Peak ClimbingFluted Peak is the highest amongst the "Trekking Peaks" of Nepal. Wilfred Noyce, the first man to summit this shapely mountain with David Cox compared its beauty with India's highest and probably the most beautiful peak, Nanda Devi. This peak is situated in the Annapurna Sanctuary adjoined to Tharpu Chuli and across Hiunchuli peaks. We arrive at the base camp of Singu Chuli in spectacular six days walk up the Modi Khola gorge to the Annapurna Sanctuary. Know more Fluted Peak Climbing

Group "A" NMA Expedition Peaks

S.N Peaks Height in meters Range District Caravan Route
01. Mt.Cholatse 6440 Mahalangur Solukhumbu Lukla-Namche-Pheriche-BC
02. Mt.Machermo 6237 Mahalangur Solukhumbu Lukla-Namche-Gokya-BC
03. Mt.Kyazo Ri 6186 Mahalangur Solukhumbu Lukla-Namche-Gokyo-Bc
04. Mt. Nirekha 6186 Mahalangur Solukhumbu Lukla-Namche-Gokyo-Bc
05. Mt. Langsisa Ri 6427 Jugal Rasuwa Dhunche-Lantang-Langshis-ABC
06. Mt.Ombigaichen 6340 Mahalangur Solukhumbu Lukla-Namche-Gokyo-BC
07. Mt.Bokta 6143 Kanchenjunga Dolakha Charikot-Simigaon-beding-BC
08. Mt.Chekijo 6257 Gaurishankar Dolakha Charikot-Simigaon-beding-BC
09. Mt.Phari Lapcha 6017 Mahalangur Solukhumbu Lukla-Namche-Machermo-BC
10. Mt.Lobuja West 6145 Mahalangur Solukhumbu Lukla-Merala-BC
11. Mt.Larkya Peak 6249   Manaslu   Gorkha   Gorkha-Samagoun-Lamjung Bc 
12. Mt.ABI 6097   Mahalangur   Solukhumbu   Lukla-Merala-BC 
13. Mt.Yubra Himal 6035   Langtang Himal   Rasuwa   Dhunche-Legberi BC 
14. Mt.Yala  5732   Langtang   Rasuwa   Ktm-Dhunche-Langtang-Bc 
15. Mt.Chhukung Ri  5550   Mahalangur  Solukhumbu   Ktm-Lukla-Namche-BC 

Fee Structure For Group "A" NMA Peaks

Royalty for upto seven members (U.S Dollars) 500.00
Royalty for each additional member upto 12 person (U.S. Dollars) 100.00

S.N Peaks Height in meters Range District Caravan Route
01. Mt.Cholatse 6440 Mahalangur Solukhumbu Lukla-Namche-Pheriche-BC
02. Mt.Machermo 6237 Mahalangur Solukhumbu Lukla-Namche-Gokya-BC
03. Mt.Kyazo Ri 6186 Mahalangur Solukhumbu Lukla-Namche-Gokyo-Bc
04. Mt. Nirekha 6186 Mahalangur Solukhumbu Lukla-Namche-Gokyo-Bc
05. Mt. Langsisa Ri 6427 Jugal Rasuwa Dhunche-Lantang-Langshis-ABC
06. Mt.Ombigaichen 6340 Mahalangur Solukhumbu Lukla-Namche-Gokyo-BC
07. Mt.Bokta 6143 Kanchenjunga Dolakha Charikot-Simigaon-beding-BC
08. Mt.Chekijo 6257 Gaurishankar Dolakha Charikot-Simigaon-beding-BC
09. Mt.Phari Lapcha 6017 Mahalangur Solukhumbu Lukla-Namche-Machermo-BC
10. Mt.Lobuja West 6145 Mahalangur Solukhumbu Lukla-Merala-BC
11. Mt.Larkya Peak 6249   Manaslu   Gorkha   Gorkha-Samagoun-Lamjung Bc 
12. Mt.ABI 6097   Mahalangur   Solukhumbu   Lukla-Merala-BC 
13. Mt.Yubra Himal 6035   Langtang Himal   Rasuwa   Dhunche-Legberi BC 
14. Mt.Yala  5732   Langtang   Rasuwa   Ktm-Dhunche-Langtang-Bc 
15. Mt.Chhukung Ri  5550   Mahalangur  Solukhumbu   Ktm-Lukla-Namche-BC 

Fee Structure For Group "A" NMA Peaks 

Group Size   Price in USD Extra price per person
1- 4 350.00 only  
5- 8 350.00 plus 40.00(per person)
9- 12 510.00 plus 25.00(per person)

Garbage deposit for all 33 NMA Peaks
An amount of US$250.00 should be deposited to NMA as garbage deposite to get permit to all 33 NMA peaks. The refund shall be made as per the provisions made by NMA.

Climbing Rules of Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA) Nepal Mountaineering Association

Climbing rules (Effective August 6, 1981)
In exercise of the powers conferred by Government of Nepal, Nepal Mountaineering Association has made the following rules to be observed for the climbing of the peaks of Nepal Himalaya listed in Appendix '1'. These rules will come into force at once.

Definition: -
Where applicable definitions for these rules will be the same as those for Government of Nepal Mountaineering Expedition Regulations 1979 and its first Amendment 1984.

Permission:-
Any person or mountaineering team desirous of climbing the peak listed in Appendix '1' must receive permission from Nepal Mountaineering Association. Application to climb the peak must be made in the form as prescribed in Appendix '2'. Permission to climb the peaks will be granted for a period of one month only. Permission may be extended, if necessary, for another period of two weeks. The period of permission granted relates to time spent for climbing above the base camp. The trek to and from the base camp is not included. Application for climbing permit may be made at any time by the concerned mountaineering team. Permit will be granted on a first come first serve basis. The right to give permission to another party for climbing the same peak during the same period is reserved by Nepal Mountaineering Association. Nepal Mountaineering Association will recommend to Immigration Office of Government of Nepal for obtaining trekking permit of the area to the team members.

Payment of fee:-

The climbing fee structure of NMA 18 Trekking Peaks listed in Appendix "1" is as follows: Group Size Rate US$ Additional P/P US$
1-4 Persons 350.00 Only
5-8 Persons 350.00 Plus 40.00 (Per person)
9-12 Persons 510.00 Plus 25.00 (Per person)

For extending permission, an additional 25% charge of the total amount of the initial fee will be made for each extra week. The leader or climbing member of the team must collect the permit in person from Nepal Mountaineering Association. The maximum number of person in a group is 12 pax.

Refund:-
In the event of cancellation of the permission by NMA or the failure of the expedition to materialize due to some other reasons, the feels already paid will not be refunded. Every individual or party granted a climbing permit shall be accompanied by a Sirdar/Guide, who must be registered with NMA.

Functions and duties of the Sirdar/Guide :-
To assist the climbing party with recruitment of porters and other staff, control of porters, local purchase of food, etc. And to solve any problem that may arise to the best of his ability. To report to Nepal Mountaineering Association in case the party spends more than the prescribed time limit in the mountain.

To ensure that the climbers comply with the terms of their permit.
To ensure that the climbers (trekkers) follow the specified route.
To ensure proper disposal of waste materials.
To report to NMA any infringement of the climbing rules
To report any serious incidents to the nearest police post. The Sirder Guide shall be employed from the day the climbing party begins the trek until the trek is finished. The Sirdar/Guide will be provided with the following facilities:-

Minimum daily allowance to be paid as per the rules of Government of Nepal, Ministry of Tourism, and Civil Aviation.

Food and tent accommodation.
Climbing equipment and necessary clothing if required to go above the base camp.

Insurance:- All employees going above the base camp must be insured for personal accident to the value of Rs. 200,000.00.
Nomination of representative in Kathmandu:- Each party granted climbing permit will nominate representative in Kathmandu to act as liaison between NMA and the climbing party. The representative may be an individual or an organisation registered with NMA. The nominated representative will be responsible for making necessary arrangements for the climbing party in case of accidents or any other unforeseen circumstances.

Submission of report: - On the conclusion of the climb and on return to Kathmandu, the party will submit a report to NMA. in the form prescribed in Appendix '4'. Power to cancel the permit:- NMA may cancel or withdraw the climbing permit any time with or without showing any particular reason. Non-compliance of the regulation:- Where any trekking party acts in contravention to the climbing permit or indulges in acts of unsocial or outrageous behavior contrary to the customs and culture of the people of Nepal, NMA may recommend to HMG to take necessary measures in accordance with the article 37 of Mountaineering Regulations 1979.

Protection of Environment:- Base camp and other camps will be left perfectly c lean at the conclusion of the climb. No foreign materials, such as fix rope, pitons, etc shall be left on the mountain. All rubbish and waste material must be burnt or otherwise disposed off. Revision of the Regulations:- any article of this regulation may be revised or amended by NMA with prior permission of HMG/Nepal.

 

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