Peak Climbing Trekking Peak Climbing
Peak climbing is, arguably, one of the most popular adventure sports in the world; and there is no other country in the world other than Nepal that offers an array of challenging peaks for adventure seekers from any part of the planet. Gleaming like a silver majestic fortress, the Himalayas mountain range of Nepal boasts of having eight of the world's highest fourteen peaks over 8000m, including the highest of them all, Mt. Everest and numerous other trekking peaks between 5000m and 6500m. Possessing a highly experienced team of Sherpa climbers, Adventure Mission Nepal & our team have led a number of Himalaya Mountaineering Expeditions and innumerable trips to trekking peaks below 6500 meter in the last ten years of our experience on the rugged trails of Himalayan Nepal. Our surefooted support crews are thoroughly trained in mountaineering techniques and are highly competent in handling all the dangers of mountain climbing and using mountain climbing tools. Our highly professional administrative team at office is well experienced in handling all the issues related to Climbing Nepal Mountains.
The peak climbing had been started when NMA (Nepal Mountaineering Association) had the authority to climb peaks permits since 1978. To climb peak is very challenging so you need professional and experienced peak climbing guide. Our Guides are experienced high elevation mountaineers. They are trained to take you safely into the thin air region of the majestic Himalayas. They are particularly concerned about the acclimatization process. Unlike certain other organizers, we only dispatch guides who are have summit experience on your target mountain.
Pokalde peak with a height of may not be a high peak in the Everest region but it is high enough to challenge you while you trek through it and try to conquer its summit.