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Himalayan Climbing Tours

Nepal Trekking Climbing Peaks

Hiking or Trekking

Tours in Nepal, Tibet and Bhutan
Climbing Nepal

Climbing or Peak Trekking

Tours in Nepal
Cycling Tibet

Cycling or Mountain Biking

Tours in Nepal, Tibet and Bhutan
Sightseeing Tibet

Sightseeing or Festival

Tours in Nepal, Tibet and Bhutan

All of our adventures tours have a grading system based on a number, a letter and FP. The letter refers to the technical difficulty of the trip, and the number to the level of fitness required. The higher the grade combination, the more strenuous the trek and the more previous trekking/climbing experience is required. Note the grade of the trip highlighted in the button along side the trip image, and then click on the grade to view the full grading system

Island Peak

Nepal

Island Peak

Island Peak is known by many not as a technical peak but as a trekking peak. Regardless, you will need good stamina for a long days effort while climbing it, as the route heads up through unending steep rock and snow passes before you reach the snow line.

Mera Peak

Nepal

Mera Peak

Mera Peak is located at the head of the quiet and remote Hinku valley, an area of the Mount Everest region rarely frequented by trekkers or visitors. This route goes in via Lukla, returning the same way

Mera Peak Mingo La

Nepal

Mera Peak

This expedition combines Mera Peak with a return via the Mingo La which then brings you onto the main Everest base camp route trail, at Panchboche.

Mera Amphu Lapcha

Nepal

Mera Peak Amphu Lapcha

This expedition combines Mera Peak with a return via the incredible Amphu Lapcha pass. This is one of the highest and most technical passes to cross.