The trekking peaks of Nepal offers something different from trekking in Nepal and they provide great potential for adventure and exploration. Fees must be paid to climb these peaks but the cost is very small compared to large-scale expeditions.The Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA) has designated thirty three peaks in Nepal as suitable for climbing, they range from 5500 meters to 6500meters and they are divided into expedition peaks group A and Group B.Much of the red tape to attempt a summit of these peaks has been scrapped,in the past a liason officer was required to accompany the group.The royalty / payments received by the Nepali Government is dependent on the altitude of the peak and the season you are planning to climb it.
In spite of the fact that the altitude of the peaks is below 6500m, many are not easy at all and they often involve rocky, icy and snowy terrain. The use of ropes and other mountaineering equipment is also necessary on these treks/climbs. People wishing to attempt a peak should have some technical know-how on snow and ice climbing before attempting it. Peaks range in technical difficulty, the easier peaks such as Mera Peak (6476m) are little more than a long stiff roped up trek to the summit avoiding crevasses along the way. However even Mera can be tricky when the weather comes in. It is very important when climbing a peak that more days are added to the itinerary for acclimatization and it is also well worth considering adding a further day or so for any bad weather that may be incurred.
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