Nepal is a destination for peak climbers. Among various peaks, Island, Lobuche and Kyajo Ri are the most famous peaks that challenges stamina and strength of professional and amateur climbers of the globe.
All of aforementioned peaks are situated in Everest region. Imjatse is the original name of Island peak which is 6,189m from sea level. Mount Lobuche is for those climbers who dare to challenge tough. It is 6,119m high from sea level. Similarly, Kyajo Ri which is 6,186m from sea level is another preferred climbing destination.
Island Peak Climbing with Everest Base Camp Trekking (EBC) is a combined package that gives you opportunity to climb the peak and observe world’s greatest natural tower, Mt. Everest. Earlier western people used to climb this peak as a trail before going to Mt. Everest or some other Himalayas.
Lobuche is located near Khumbu Glacier. It has two main peaks—Lobuche Far East and Lobuche East. The hight of Lobuche East Peak is 6,119m whereas Lobuche Far East is 6,145m. Peak climbing is not just a part of trekking but it challenges your endurance, strength and courage. It discovers a tough and rigid part of yours.
Mera Peak is one of the popular climbing destinations among climbers as the peak is famous for its beauty. It is a highest trekking peak at an altitude of 6,461m from sea level that Nepal Trek Adventure (NTA) operates.
Although Imje Tse was renamed for Island Peak in 1980, its original name—Island Peak—is still popular among trekking lovers. This trekking is not limited within enjoyment and fun but is also challenging task for those who dare. It is something what you call man versus nature, it is something what you have to call man versus his endurance.
Lobuche West Peak Climbing including Everest Base Camp Trekking is combined package that gives you pleasure of peak climbing with EBC Trek at a same time. Climbing this peak is quite popular among western people. Like any other peak climbing Lobuche West Peak has true essence of peak climbing.
Among the peaks of Annapurana region, Pisang Peak is most popular among peak climbers. The hanging glaciers in the western part of the mountains are very challenging. The huge rock slabs at the western end makes the trip difficult for climbers.