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Besides mountain climbing and expedition, Nepal is also emerging as a popular destination for rock climbing. Rock climbing is an adventure sport where the climbers have to mount up, down and over the natural rock composition or man-made rock walls using the rope through the allocated route without falling to the end. Rock climbing is not as easy as it seems. It demands the climber’s strength, balance, and endurance capacity. It is both physically and mentally challenging sport which tests the audacity of the climbers. One should acquire the proper climbing techniques and usage of climbing equipment for safe completion of routes. We will take you out and around the Kathmandu area to different popular Rock Climbing areas. Offering routes for beginners to more serious climbers. Each night you will head back to a luxury hotel in Kathmandu with our Kosher falicities, with plenty of time to explore the wonders of the the Thamel area and local cultural tours.
Mera Peak has become one of the most popular trekking peaks to climb in Nepal. It involves trekking in the most remote valleys in Khumbu and Hinku valley, pristine nature, densely forested hills, grazing fields, frozen lakes and waterfalls, and diversified flora and fauna of this region. You will be trekking through the amazing small Sherpa Villages and will have a lifetime experience of the Sherpa hospitality, their richest culture, and tradition. Climbing Mera peak itself is not very technical and doesn’t consist of a steep technical climb, but the high altitude at the summit makes this a challenging climb. Unlike other trekking peaks in Nepal, the climb to the Mera peak is straightforward. The majority of the climb involves walking in a glacier at a relatively fair degree of steepness with the use of crampons and an ice axe. The final section of the climb involves an ascent of a snow dome with the use of an ascender/jumar on a fixed rope. Previous experiences of trekking at high altitudes are beneficial and recommended before signing up for the Mera peak climb. Anyone who has done the Everest base camp trek or the Kilimanjaro trek can find themselves fit for the climb.
Lobuche East Peak is a perfect adventure in the Himalayas, offering stunning unique views of the surrounding mountains and valleys, with stunning views of enormous peaks, such as Nuptse, Cho Oyu, Lhotse, Ama Dablam, Makalu, and Mount Everest. Enjoy the feeling of being dwarfed by a multitude of surrounding peaks. Lobuche East Peak is known as the toughest trekking peak to climb in the Everest region. The mighty Lobuche East stands tall with 6,119m height in the scenic Khumbu region. This peak offers more challenges than its neighbours, Mera Peak and Island Peak, and has a more technical feel to it. It is a better choice for those who have had some mountaineering experience in the past. The itinerary combines Lobuche East Peak Climbing with Everest Base Camp Trek. You will also be climbing to Kalapathar for better acclimatisation and for a closeup view of Everest, the highest mountain in the world.