Tukuche Peak Expedition

Peak Climbing

Having over 1000 Himalayan peaks above 6000m altitude, Nepal offers unbeatable peak climbing and mountaineering opportunities. For decades Nepal’s Himalayas have enticed trekkers and mountaineers from all over the world to test themselves. Nothing can compare to conquering a snowy summit amid the world’s highest mountains.

The “Trekking Peaks” of Nepal can be climbed on an organised trek after paying the correct peak fees and obtaining permission. There are 18 of these Trekking Peaks, with summit heights beginning from 5600m above sea level. Our membership to the Nepal Mountaineering Association allows Volunteer Society Treks Nepal to easily receive climbing permits for our tours, saving you the complicated hassle of dealing with applications yourself.

Nepal has been the focus of mountaineering achievements for decades, challenging the minds and bodies of daring adventurers. Among the 1300 peaks that rise above 6000m, one quarter are officially open for peak climbing expeditions, including the Trekking Peaks. Reaching these summits is the next step beyond “simply” trekking in the Himalayas; climbers can go home satisfied that they conquered the Himalayas.

Most of these peak climbing expeditions begin through wild and virgin alpine environments, beyond the reach of the regular trekking routes. Peak climbing takes you further than the average trekkers, into untouched wilderness and up to the boundary of the realm of gods.

Click on the links to see the full range of our peak climbing expedition tours in Nepal. We have qualified and experienced guides ready to help you accomplish your dream of reaching the snowy peaks of the Himalayas, what are you waiting for?