Nepal is a mountaineer’s paradise. Home to the world’s highest mountain, Mt. Everest or Sagarmatha as the locals call it, Nepal surpasses an adventurer’s imagination. The high mountains in the Himalaya are covered with snow all year around. So, mountain lovers always have the breathtaking views they wish to observe.
As Nepal is the holy grail of high mountains with 8 among the 14 highest mountains in the world, it is every mountaineers’ first choice for peak climbing and expeditions. The dream to set foot on the highest point on earth, Mt. Everest requires conquering smaller mountains first. For those looking to make their dreams of climbing Mt. Everest or any eight-thousander true, peak climbing in Nepal is the way to start.
Peak climbing in Nepal comprises conquering of trekking peaks, usually above 5,500m to 6,500m. For those who already have some experience in mountaineering or high Himalaya trekking, expedition in Nepal is ideal. If you have climbed smaller mountains like Mt. Kilimanjaro, Mera Peak or any other, tackling a taller mountain like Ama Dablam, Baruntse or with all necessary experience even Everest becomes a bit easier. Some of the most preferred expeditions in Nepal are Mt. Pumori expedition, Mt. Ama Dablam, Lobuche peak, Barutse peak, Mt. Everest expedition. Adventure Club Trek organizes expeditions to conquer all these mountains.
Our expeditions begin with cultural sightseeing in Kathmandu and preparatory meetings. Before we embark on the expedition, we make sure that you don’t feel like you are in some unknown corner of the world. The cultural sightseeing gives you a perspective, it gives you a sense of belonging and purpose. We believe this is an important part of the expedition as well. We have been organizing expeditions for over 2 decades now. Our mountaineers and expedition guides have over 15 years of experience in the industry and have climbed the respective mountains they are assigned multiple times. They are well-trained and thus can train you as well. We provide customized and fixed itinerary expeditions.