About Peak Climbing

Peak climbing is one another popular adventurous sport in Nepal, been popular especially after the successful summit made by Tensing Norgay Sherpa and Sir Edmund Hilary on the Mt. Everest (8848 m) back in 1953. Nepal is the home of the eight highest peaks, out of 14 peaks in the world above 8,000 meters; many of them have been opened for the climbing purpose. Subsequently, Nepal has more than 1,300 mountains above 6,000 meters, which offer an opportunity for mountaineering or peak climbing, which wish to have fun through it. Among those, a number of mountains, only some 400 are only yet open for the purpose of climbing and organizing any kinds of adventures sports, including peak climbing, mountaineering and expedition. Our Guides are well-experienced climbing guides. They are trained to take you safely into the "thin air" of the Himalayas, and are particularly knowledgeable about the acclimatization process. If you want to climb a peak or require more information please contact us for specific details. We arrange equipment, guides, high-altitude porters, food provisions and accessories. NMA is an approved association in mountain Climbing and Expedition in Nepal, we will gladly send you a set rules and regulations of the NMA upon request.
There are only two items you have to bring yourself: spirit! And knowledge of your capabilities. Skypark Travel will take care of the rest. The Himalayas in Nepal are the single most determining factor in playing a vital role in sustaining Nepal's overall tourism apparatus & peak climbing in Nepal generates almost one forth of the total revenue in foreign exchange for the country. For visitors who have a special feeling for the wild, there are 18 minor peaks open for Alpine climbing under the administrative management of Nepal Mountaineering Association. These climbing peaks in Nepal are controlled under the rules & regulations formulated by this Association. Detailed information & application for climbing permits are available from the Association's Office or you can simply get in touch with the Skypark Travels in Kathmandu who is an affiliated member of the Nepal Mountaineering Association. We will assist you in clearing the sluggish process for obtaining your permits after the necessary royalties are paid. While, the mountaineering section of the Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation issues the permission for climbing on the peaks having elevation above 2,200 ft. The charge for peak climbing depends on the number of members involved in a group and the height of the mountain you want to climb as well as the adventurous sport you want to organize in the mountain areas. Skypark Travels has long been attributed for organizing various kinds of adventurous sports in Nepal, including trekking, peak climbing and mountaineering to name a few. We operate either group or individual peak climbing packages as per the requirements.