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PEAK CLIMBING IN NEPAL.

The trekking peaks of Nepal offer a great potential for adventure and exploration and are less expensive than large-scale expeditions. For travelers who can stomach greater adventures, there are 18 minor peaks open for Alpine climbing. Lalman Trekking & Expedition provides you all the details, information and logistical support required for making climbing arrangements for making summit attempts on any of these peaks. Despite being below 6500m, these peaks offer a serious challenge often passing over rocky, icy and snowy terrain. The use of ropes and other mountaineering equipments are also necessary on these treks. It is strongly recommended that these treks can be attempted only by climbers with technical know how about snow and ice climbing, except for a few easy peaks such as Mera Peak (6476m). The climbing of these peaks is monitored by Nepal Mountaineering Association, and is subject to the rules and regulations formulated by this Association.


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Island Peak Climbing.

Island Peak (6189m) is one of the major climbing peaks in the Everest area and the mountain got it's name in 1952 due to its striking location in the middle of the Chhukung valley. Island peak has an impressive, highly glaciated West Face, which rises from the Lhotse Glacier. The mountain extends from the South Ridge of Lhotse Sar and is separated only by a small column. From Base Camp, you will ascend a steep, grassy slope up small rocky steps to the higher camp. It is necessary to climb a steep, exposed snow and ice ramp to the summit ridge; fixed ropes will be used where necessary for a safe ascent to the top. This climb is more of a technical challenge than many other peak climbs, however our experienced guides will assist you as much as is necessary, depending on your climbing experience. The maximum altitude reached is 6189m and a high level of physical fitness and some climbing experience is necessary for this expedition.

Pisang Peak Climbing.

Pisang Peak rises above Pisang village and the green yak pastures in a uniform slope of ice and snow to the final pyramid like summit. Pisang peak is considered one of the easier climbing peaks among the trekking peaks of Nepal. To reach the base camp from Pisang village, the path ascends through sparse forested areas and grazing pastures to Kharka (4380m), which is considered the best place for setting up base camp. ‘High Camp’ is set up at 5400m, climbing to a shoulder on the South-West Ridge. There will be snow at the high camp from the end of November to the end of March.The well-defined ridge leads to the final snow slop, which is quite steep, however, it is not difficult to reach the summit. The descent is made along the same route. Although this climb is considered to be among the easier ones of the Himalayan region, a reasonably high level of physical fitness and health is still strongly recommended.

Chulu West Peak Climbing.

Chulu West 6419m is situated in a tiny valley and situated at the north of Manang. This is one of the Peak can be seen from the major trail Thorong La/ Thorung la pass trekking. One should have a technical idea to climb Chulu west peak. North West Ridge is summit way. While climbing this peak, be prepared for steep scree to col a 4,900 m. North of the col ascend snow slopes for 200 meters to a rock band at 5,100 m. Climb.

This difficult rock band to 5,450 m., cross on to a snow plateau at 5,530m and follow the progressively narrowing ridge to the summit (Chulu West). To climb Chulu Central, cross the snow plateau and then traverse onto the Chulu Glacier basin east of the ridge.

Ascend the broad glacier slopes avoiding serac obstacles. While not technically difficult, this area can be nasty in soft snow and is prone to avalanche under certain conditions. Continue toward the obvious Central summit on steeping snow until it is possible to gain the crest of the summit ridge, which may be corniced. This leads directly to a small saddle and the final 15- meter pinnacle.

Chulu East Peak Climbing.

Chulu Peak is situated to the north of the Annapurna range, and is an ideal summit for those wanting to extend their climbing experience beyond the trekking peaks of the Everest region. It is a prominent peak in the Manang Himal range, rising majestically from the semi-arid flatlands of the Manang valley, in the mid northwest region of Nepal. At 6410m Chulu West is the highest peak in the Manang Himal range and is also considered on of the most beautiful. It is also and ideal peak on which to develop expeditionary style experience, as members will play an active role in establishing intermediary camps on the mountain.

This trek is strenuous therefore a high level of physical fitness is essential. A strong sense of adventure, and the willingness to walk 8 to 9 hours a day, often at high altitude is strongly recommended. A basic knowledge of mountain climbing is an advantage, although our experienced Sherpa guides will guide and accompany you to the top.

Lobuche East Peak Climbing.

The true East Peak is quite striking and is reached by descending into a marked notch and climbing steep snow/ice slopes to the top. This is rarely climbed and is often mistaken for Lobuje East but our top Sherpa climber knows the correct route and peak. Most attempts on the mountain climbed the submit ridge only as far as a subsidiary snow summit, before the notch, south east of the true peak. The false summits east of the notch have been attained by numerous climbers but the first recorded ascent of the true Lobuje East seems to have been made by Laurence Nielson and Sherpa Ang Gyalzen on 25th April 1984.It seems likely that others may have reached the true summit before this date but no records exists.

Ramdung Peak Climbing.

This trek is strenuous; therefore a high level of physical fitness is essential. A strong sense of adventure, and the willingness to walk 8 to 9 hours a day, often at high altitudes adds to the excitement. A basic knowledge of mountain climbing is an advantage, although our experienced Sherpa guides will guide and accompany you to the top.

Ramdung Peak (5930m) is situated south of the Tesilabtsa pass, which borders Khumbu and the immense Rolwaling valley. Crossing the pass into the remote valley of Rolwaling takes you to the rarely climbed peak of Ramdung. Your climb of this ‘hidden peak’ of the Himalayan wilderness begins with a trek into the Rolwaling valley, just recently opened to trekkers. You first make an ascent up lower Ramdung, which, despite its lack of height compared to Parchamo, offers a challenging climb, requiring two high camps on the northeast face route.

Singu Chuli Peak Climbing.

Singu Chuli (6,501 m) was formerly known as Fluted Peak. Wolf Noyce and David Cox using the North–East Face and the top section of the East Ridge, made the first ascent of this peak. This mountain has proven to be very difficult to climb for most commercial climbing groups who have tried to concentrate on Tent Peak.

Singu Chuli is the first summit on the long ridge cascading down from Tarke Kang (Glacier Dome), which separates the South and West Annapurna Glaciers. Annapurna South Base Camp provides the best distant view of the mountain.

To date, apart from the original route, most efforts to climb this mountain have concentrated on the face and ridges seen from this viewpoint. The southwest ridge of the mountain connects with Tent Peak. The terrain between the two mountains is a confusing one and the ridge is not straight.

Naya Kanga Peak Climbing

Formerly known as Ganja La Chuli, Naya Kanga (5,844 m) rises to the west of Ganja La, and is a popular but difficult mountain to climb. The normal route to this peak is via the snowy north–east ridge. It is not yet certain who climbed this summit first. The most important reward of climbing Naya Kanga is the spectacular view of mountains in or near Tibet.

This trek is strenuous therefore a high level of physical fitness is essential. A strong sense of adventure, and the willingness to walk 8 to 9 hours a day, often at high altitudes is required of climbers. A basic knowledge of mountain climbing is an advantage, although our experienced Sherpa guides will guide and accompany you to the top.

To date, apart from the original route, most efforts to climb this mountain have concentrated on the face and ridges seen from this viewpoint. The southwest ridge of the mountain connects with Tent Peak. The terrain between the two mountains is a confusing one and the ridge is not straight.

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