Nepal, the land of Himalayas with highest peak of the world—Mount Everest (8,848m)—consists of more than 1,600 peaks identified so far. Out of all these peaks around 300 are located just in Khumbu Region (Everest Region). The government of Nepal has granted more than 30 peaks for climbing. Some of them are simple whereas some are technical and some are both—technical and arduous.
Peak climbing is one of the extreme adventures that trekkers across the globe prefer to experience while in Nepal. The peaks in Nepal have attracted many people from the world so far and many like you are planning for this heavenly experience.
Sir Edmund Hillary from New Zealand and Tenzing Norgay Sherpa from Nepal were the first two persons to scale the highest peak of the world—Mt. Everest. They stepped on the peak in 1953 and since then thousands of people are being experiencing the thrill of peak climbing by scaling many different peaks including the Mt. Everest.
Some of the renowned peaks of Nepal are Mera, Lobuche, Island, AmaDabalam. Every year more than 5000 people visit Nepal just to climb the peak.