The Mountaineering activities are extremely brave activities in the Asian nation. Likewise, the mountaineering and peak climbing in Nepal is also in the range of 6000 – 6500 meters peak. So as it is also referred by Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA). Furthermore, the 6000 – 6500 meters peak in Nepal listed in this category are also workable by the entire trekkers and beginners climber who wants to gain some user-experience in the mountaineering and trekking peak climbing.
There are 297 (6000m) crests in Nepal that are open for climbing, this incorporates both climbed and unclimbed tops. Of those 297 pinnacles, 270 are possessed by the Department of Tourism and 27 are claimed by the Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA). We can further incorporate trekking peaks into this classification that go down in height to (5500m/18,044ft)
The peak climbing and mountaineering normally involve ascent over snow and icy terrain. NMA has classified 21 trekking peaks ranges from 6000m – 6500m peaks into Group A comprising 11 peaks and Group B comprising 10 peaks. Service charges for foreign climber per person are also different according to the season:
The price listed below is of the seasonable climbing permit to climb the mountain for the range of 6000 – 6500 meters peak in Nepal under the Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA). It is applied based on per person category basis.
Garbage deposit to get the climbing permit for USD 500.00. And it is refundable after trip completion but if you request our company to pay garbage deposit, we would pay and get a refund after your trip completion.
Note: Mountaineering and peak climbing in Spring and Autumn Season have a success rate of 95%.
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