Climbing

Known as the Himalayan Kingdom, Nepal has 1310 mountains (the major portion of the Mountain range.) which are over 5500 meters (18,090 ft) to 8848m (29,028ft) above sea level. This creates our country especially popular for mountaineers well-known for as mountains and mountaineering. Since 1978, the Nepal Mountaineering Association has had the authority to issue climbing permits for small-scale peaks. Currently 326 peaks are available for expedition with an additional 33 minor peaks being designated as Trekking peaks”. The climbing of these peaks is controlled under the rules & regulations formulated by this Association. Peak Climbing is the one of the major sports detected in Nepal

You will be required to get a climbing permit before departing on any expedition. High altitude Sherpa is fully organized to provide qualified & trained climbing guides to take non climbers for convenience, safety & expected successes. The permit will only be issued to you if you have a registered S guide traveling with your group. The expedition leader is required to collect the permit and every check post has to show. The permit is valid for a period of one month and an additional fee of 25% of the original permit fee is payable per week for a maximum of two weeks. Permit fees are not refundable after full payment is made. An additional garbage deposit is charged at US$ 450 per group, this will be refunded after the expedition has left the area in a satisfactory state.