6000m Trekking Peaks Nepal
Listed peaks are graded using the Alpine Grade system.
The overall seriousness of the complete route based on all factors of the final approach, ascent, and descent—including length, altitude, danger, commitment, and technical difficulty.
Top 5 best 6000m+ Trekking Peak Climbing in Nepal
Nepal consists of more than 1310 mountains which are over 5500 meters (18,090 ft.) to 8848m (29,028ft) above sea level. Some of the mountain peaks above 6000m are also listed in Nepal mountaineering association. Among them Mera Peak (6476m) and Island peak (6,189m/20,305ft) and many others are known as “Trekking Peaks”. 6000m Climbing peak offers novice climbers a chance to handle a Himalayan crest without arranging a noteworthy campaign. Some of them are called as 6000m trekking crests since they are in the trekking courses.
With the help of Sherpa Expedition have classed the below as non-technical mountain climbs. These mountains are below 7,000m (23,000ft) and do not require extensive high-altitude experience or practical knowledge (e.g. rope, crampon and ice axe skills or the ability to abseil and rappel). That said, as with all adventure sports, the more experienced and prepared you are for these challenges, the better. Regulations pertaining to trekking peaks are relatively simple. A permit is required which is issued by the Nepal Mountaineering Association on payment of the royalty fee. This fee depends on whether the peak is in group A or group B.
Climbing of Mera Peak is considered more adventurous and challenging as the climb comprises of several technical sections .Read More
This 19-day expedition itinerary ensures you acclimatise gradually whilst trekking up the Khumbu Valley, before climbing Island Peak.Read More
Lobuche Peak is an exceptional pick for your first Himalayan climb.It is an aesthetic peak with stunning views from its summit.Read More