Peak Climbing

Peak Climbing 

 

 

 

Island Peak, Nepal

 

Exploring the trekking peaks is an adventure and involved mountaineering challengers. Peak climbing will take climbers around the world and during spring or autumn season. Global Expedition Club take climbers for Peak Climbing around the Seven Continents but still focused in the Himalayas.

The Himalayas have always been the benchmark of outstanding mountaineering achievements in the world of mountain climbing with their many peaks above 6000 meters. Many of the peak in the Himalayas still not officially opened for mountaineering and those opened will offer the great opportunity of adventure peak climbing in Nepal, Tibet and Pakistan.

 

 

Lobuche Peak Climbing

 

Climbing the trekking peaks in Nepal or around the world is the first step in mountaineering. The journey will include the basic mountaineering activities above the snow line. Climbers will get the chance to learn and experience the use of snow equipment like ice axes, climbing boots with crampons, ropes and many more.

Every expedition to peak climbing is a program to learn and experience basic mountaineering course. Usually all climbers will get chance to learn and practice mountaineering right from beginning of the trek to base camp, while at base camp or high camp. All climbers will be lead by experience guide and GEC will also provide some personal and group equipment. The experience and learning gained from these trekking days and basic mountaineering at base camp will build your self-confidence and ensure that all climbers are well prepared to safely and successfully summit the trekking peaks.

 

 

Peak Climbing in the himalayas. Gokyo Lake view

 

Peak Climbing in Nepal

 

Some of the available packages of Peak Climbing in Nepal.

 

 

Island Peak (Imja Tse)  – Imja Tse, better known as Island Peak, is a mountain in the Himalaya of eastern Nepal. The peak was named Island Peak in 1951 by Eric Shipton’s party since it appears as an island in a sea of ice when viewed from Dingboche. The peak was later renamed in 1983 to Imja Tse but Island Peak remains the popular choice. The peak is actually an extension of the ridge coming down off the south end of Lhotse Shar.

Trip Duration :  18 – 19 Days

Highest Altitude : 6189 meter

 

 

 

Lobuche Peak Climbing

Lobuche East Peak – Lobuche East is one of the hardest of the trekking peaks that commercial groups attempt. In the Everest region only Kwangde and Kusum Kangguru are more difficult.

 

Trip Duration  : 18 – 19 Days

Highest Altitude : 6119 meter.

 

 

 

 

Pisang Peak

Pisang Peak – Pisang peak (6,091 m) lies just north of the Manang Valley which the famous Annapurna Circuit passes through. While sometimes offered as a three day excursion from the village of Pisang, this can only be done if properly acclimatized. Naturally there are fabulous views to be seen from the summit over the Manang Valley and the Annapurna Range.

Trip Duration : 18-19 Days

 

 

 

 

Mount Mera Peak

Mera Peak – At 6654 metres Mera Peak is the highest of the trekking peaks in Nepal. When this is combined with the fact that it offers unparalleled views and stunning panoramas it makes this trekking peak one of the most sought after mountaineering trips in Nepal. Mera Peak is never particularly technically difficult, but there is the altitude to contend with which makes this an exciting and challenging trip.

Trip Duration : 18-19 Days

 

 

 

If you wish to join any of the Peak Climbing Expedition in Nepal, please be free to contact us at : ravieverest8848@gmail.com or ravigecm@gmail.com.

 

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Peak Climbing around Khumbu Glaciers and Everest Region