Peak Climbing
Peak climbing in Nepal  is usually both technically and physically very challenging activity. Nepal with 1310 identified Himalayan peaks over 6000m including 8 out of 14 highest 8000 meter peaks in the world is unquestionably  climbing destination for thousands of climbers and mountaineers testing their skills and endurance and fulfilling their desire to summit a Himalayan peak and marvel the world from its rooftop. Currently there are 326 peaks open for climbing and  mountaineering in Nepal
Since the Peak climbing is technically and physically very challenging activity, It requires considerable climbing skills and in Nepal usually is done on about 6000 meters high mountains, where acclimatization is easier and more effort can be devoted to climbing skill rather then shier brute force to combat altitude.
Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA) has been given the authority to issue the permits for selected 27 peaks among them by the Mountaineering Section of the Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation (MoCTCA) through registered Trekking  company  .
Hence, our objective is to serve the climbing community with helpful information, advice and practical services. On our website you will find wealth of information to help you to understand and decide on your climbing adventure. The biggest and loudest is not always the coolest. We have put lots of work to make our website useful to climbers, adventurers as well as any traveler to decide, what is cool. Now it is up to you and we will be delighted if you find cool climbing adventure just because you have visited our website. Please let us know what you think and how can we improve. These pages were created in collaboration with people who live in the country and people who were exploring it, so there are different angles on different aspects and not just a sterile lonely opinion.
Peak climbing in Nepal requires several considerations before one can embark on actual climbing activity. There are various rules and restrictions imposed by the government regulating peak climbing activities due to economic, safety, environmental and cultural concerns. Mountains are part of natural resource and most countries, even those wealthy with mineral resources derive fees and income from permits to climb special mountains like Denali in the USA or Aconcagua in Argentina. For Nepalese government fees are an important part of export income.
Vedic Himalayan Adventure, provides range of support services to climbers guiding you through procedures, ensuring that you get the best value for money and that you succeed in your objective. Knowing where to go, when to go, with whom to go and what to take with you is half the battle.