Among the Chulu range, the Chulu East Peak has garnered quite a bit of attention in recent years. Its popularity lies in the fact that it is comparatively easier than its counterpart the Chulu West peak.
Chulu West Peak climbing trip provides you with an excellent view of the Annapurna massif as well as the region.
Perched in the northern parts of Kathmandu, this climbing trip combines traversing through ancient Buddhist settlements along with admiring the picturesque display of mountains like Langtang and Naya Kanga.
Island Peak Climbing is not among the Himalayan giants, but nevertheless provides an exhilarating mountaineering experience to the novice and expert alike.
The Larkya Peak has only recently become a hit in the mainstream media, but veteran trekkers and travelers know the real identity of this peak.
For travelers in search of a natural high and cultural melodrama, the Lobuche East Peak Climbing trip is the one to choose.
The Mera Peak climbing trip takes you to the summit of the highest trekking peak in Nepal, the Mera Peak.
Paldor Peak is one of the most famous but least explored climbing destinations of the region. The less mainstream route of Paldor Peak exposes with the incredible Tamang and Sherpa culture of the region.
Along with the glamorous view of Annapurna Himalayan ranges, Gangapurna Himal, and Tilicho peaks, the trip is a lifetime opportunity to be exposed in the wilderness of the Himalayas.
This peak region is a relatively new trekking route so there is quite a bit of mystery attached to it.
With landscapes that include ancient caves and alien-looking canyons and the deep-rooted culture within its ancient villages, ruins, and monasteries, this trek is a full package.