Trekking Peaks

Pokalde Peak Pokalde Peak - This peak is in the Everest region and is a wonderful peak for those wanting to climb their first peak in Nepal. The trip will be supported by highly experienced climbing guides to give the group every chance of reaching the summit. The views in this area are simply stunning and this trip often incorporates Everest Base Camp and Kalapathar as well.

Mera Pokalde Lobuche East Mera, Pokalde & Lobuche East Peaks - This trip climbs three significant trekking peaks in one journey including Mera the highest trekking peak. The route is all in the Everest region and is a wonderful trip for someone wanting to get some great experience and really test their climbing skills and fitness. The Everest region is the most famous of all mountain climbing areas and you will see numerous famous mountains along the way including Everest of course.

Two trekkers near the summit - Mera Peak trek, Nepal Mera Peak - At nearly 6,500 metres, this is the highest trekking peak in Nepal, requiring no technical climbing expertise. A fabulous experience in the heart of the Everest (Khumbu) region.

Himalayan range - Everest Round - Gokyo Lakes trek, Nepal Gokyo Lakes with Pokalden Peak - A trek via Gokyo and a series of holy lakes to Kalapathar to see Everest Base Camp and stunning views of Everest and the Khumbu ice fall.

Trekking group - Island Peak trek, Nepal Island Peak - An exhilarating climb and possible as a ‘first 6,000 metre trekking peak’ with breathtaking scenery and stunning views of Everest along the way.

Tent Peak Tharpu Chuli (Tent Peak) 5695m - This peak is situated in the heart of the Annapurna Region. It is an exhilarating climb that takes you alongside the stunning Annapurna South 8000 metre peak and whilst physically challenging does not require technical climbing experience

Yala Peak Yala Peak - Yala peak is located in the Langtang region of Nepal. Langtang is north of Kathmandu and has over 70 glaciers, also the Ganesh Himal and Langtang mountains as well as high altitude lakes. The local people are from the Tamang cast who have a culture that goes back hundreds of years. You will start your climb of Yala peak from Kangyin Gompa, a wonderful remote and traditional village. This trekking peak is a straight forward, non technical climb and a great first Himalayan peak. From the summit there is a wonderful view of Shishapangma (8013m) in Tibet.

Gokyo Lakes Loboche East Gokyo Lakes with Loboche East Peak - A trek via Gokyo and a series of holy lakes to Kalapathar to see Everest Base Camp and stunning views of Everest and the Khumbu ice fall.

Lobuche East Peak Lobuche East Peak - This trek is in a superb area and views of Everest, Nuptse, Lhotse, Makalu and Thamserku, the ‘Himalayan giants’ will be possible along the way.

Hot spring route on Naya khang Peak trek, Nepal Naya Khang - A trek that provides an opportunity to scale one of the less climbed trekking peaks in Nepal, requiring no previous technical experience, in one of Nepal’s most beautiful and isolated regions.

Trekking group - Throung Peak trek, Nepal Throung Peak - A trek which takes you through some of the most beautiful parts of the Nepal Himalayas and provides a chance to scale a 6,000 metre peak only recently made available.

These adventure holidays provide an excellent opportunity to scale a peak without the need for previous technical climbing experience. They combine a physical challenge, trekking at altitude in the clear air of the majestic Himalayan mountain range, with a chance to sample ancient Buddhist culture in a landscape of intense beauty.

Trekking peaks are an exhilarating climb, and we are able to organise the ideal ‘first 6,000 metre summit’ for anyone ‘up for the challenge’, with breathtaking scenery and stunning views of Everest along the way. A fabulous experience, with most trips taking place in the heart of the Everest (Khumbu) region.

All our Trekking Peak trips are supported by high altitude, local Sherpa Guides, experienced in providing support. A good level of fitness is essential, however, to ensure you get the most out of your holiday and we will be happy to advise you about this. Also, see How fit do I need to be?


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