Possessing eight among the ten highest mountains in the world, peak climbing in Nepal is among the top glorious moments for many climbers from all over the world. The challenging peaks of Nepal count to more than a hundred that range from accessible peaks to huge mountains. Among all the substantial beast mountains, the real beast is Mt. Everest, the tallest mountain in the world standing at the elevation of 8848 m. It was first conquered by Edmund Hilary and Tenzing Sherpa in 1953. Climbing to the top of Mt. Everest is still considered to be one of the essential achievements in the mountaineering world.
If not Mt. Everest, there are other famous climbing peaks in Nepal. To name a few of them, Mera Peak, Lobuche East, Island Peak, and Nirekha are some of them. There are a lot of opportunities for adventurous climbing and mountaineering expedition in Nepal. The trails are different and unique in their ways, which provides mesmerizing views and experiences. But there is one thing common in peak climbing in Nepal. Most of the trails offer the opportunity of indulging in the local culture and tradition and also getting close to the friendly Nepalese people.