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Lobuche Peak


Here you'll find a selection of our favourite and most popular peaks in Tibet and Nepal. These peaks will take you to the summit of some of the highest mountains in the world.

Nepal is easily one of the best places to climb a life-changing peak. We've carefully selected the most breath-taking and awe-inspiring.

If there's a peak you'd like to climb that isn't listed here,  please get in touch with us. We'd be more than happy to discuss a bespoke climbing package with you.

Peak Climbing in Nepal


Island Peak 6189m, (Imja Tse) is a mountain in the Himalayas of eastern Nepal. The peak was named Island Peak in 1951 by Eric Shipton's party since it appears as an island in a sea of ice when viewed from Dingboche. In 1952 Eric Shipton followed the Imja River en-route to the remote Barun gorge between Baruntse & Makalu.



Lobuche (6119 m.) is an attractive peak located in Khumbu region, which offers various existing routes and also a potential for new ones. The dark triangle of its rocky East face rises over the moraines of the Khumbu Glacier to a spectacular skyline, forming the south ridge.



Pokade Peak (or Dolma Ri) is a mountain peak of Nepal situated 12 km southwest of Mount Everest. Pokalde Peak is one of the shortest and easiest trekking peaks in the Everest Region. The majority of the 650m climb from base camp requires little more than walking with short sections of scrambling up rock. 



Pachermo peak is an attractive snow peak, which lies on the south of the Tashi Lapcha. It has a north-by-northwest ridge, which rises from the crevassed glacier astride the Tashi Lapcha. From the high camp near the Tashi Lapcha cross wide, crevasse snow slopes to gain the ride of Pacharmo, rising from the broken glacier of the pass. 



Mera Peak is a mountain which lies in the Khumbu region of Nepal. At 6,476 metres, it is classified as a trekking peak. Mera Peak is the highest trekking peak in Nepal, which can be climbed without pre-mountaineering experience because technically Mera Peak is not difficult to climb.



The Kyajo Ri peak was officially opened to climbing by the Nepalese Ministry of Tourism in 2002 and listed on group 'A' climbing peak by Nepal Mountaineering Association. The first ascent was made that year by a French/British team. The good route to climb the Kyajo Ri peak is from Mende, (the village in Thame side from Namche) and the other route is from Machhermo side, in the Gokyo valley. 


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