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19 Days Mera Peak Climbing
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Island Peak Climbing
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Island Peak Climbing

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Nepal: 20d Chulu Far East Peak Climbing
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Nepal: 20d Chulu Far East Peak Climbing

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Chulu West Peak Climbing In Nepal
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Chulu West Peak Climbing In Nepal

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Nepal: 21d Pisang Peak Climbing
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Nepal: 21d Pisang Peak Climbing

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Lobuche Peak Climbing-Nepal: 19days
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Nepal: 22d Tharpu Chuli (Tent) Peak Climbing
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Nepal: 22d Tharpu Chuli (Tent) Peak Climbing

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Nepal: 25d Ramdung Peak Climbing
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Nepal: 25d Ramdung Peak Climbing

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Nepal: Naya Kanga Peak Climbing
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Nepal: Naya Kanga Peak Climbing

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Peak climbing in Nepal is so popular around the world. That you can’t find a more exciting place on Earth than Nepal. You can reach the top of the snow-covered peaks and look over a wide area.
Nepal has over 1300 peaks higher than 6,000 meters, and eight of the world’s highest peaks higher than 8,000 meters. The government has only opened 326 peaks above 6,000m for expeditions, and 33 smaller peaks were made into “trekking peaks in Nepal”. Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA) permits a summit between “18-22,000 ft”. Per person, a fee needs to be charged depending on the time of year. But planning a hiking peak has become a lot easier in recent years.

To get to the top, you must know how to use an ice axe, crampons, and a rope. Also, you need to be in good shape because many peaks exceed 6,000m. So, you must be ready for very cold weather, bad weather, and a higher chance of getting altitude sickness.
Himalayan Leaders registers a fully trekking company that helps individuals and groups climb in Nepal and Tibet. Climbing in Nepal and Tibet can take two weeks to two months. Don’t think the Himalayas are only for tough and strong people. Other trails are good for people who have never climbed a mountain before and don’t know how to do it.
The group of climbers can only have 12 people. Himalayan Leaders P. Ltd. is run by guides registered with the NMA and has much experience. The route is out carefully to keep you safe and give you the best chance of success. Climbing skills teach, but you need to know the basics of climbing before you try to reach a peak.

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