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Sunday, 2 March 2014

Yala Peak Climbing

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Yala Peak Climbing Overview

Yala peak climbing is well-suited for new mountaineers looking for a relatively easy peak expedition. 

Yala peak lying at an elevation of 5500 meters doesn’t need any earlier mountaineering experience and is Nepal’s easiest peak to climb. However, average level of physical fitness is required with earlier trekking experience.

Yala peak, placed in the Langtang region of Nepal which is only a few hours of bus drive from Kathmandu. We begin the trip driving from Kathmandu or Dhunche to Syabru Bensi, and trek up the Langtang valley for at least 3 days to reach the starting point of the Yala peak climbing. We set our base camp on a meadow at 4800 meters and climb ‘Yala peak’ the next day.

Yala Peak climbing is technically easy and relatively shorter than the other climbing well-suited for the ones’ wishing for a short and easy peak climbing. Most importantly, we take of all your climbing needs such as providing quality equipment, excellent food, trekking porters and experienced climbing leader so that you can only focus on the Peak climbing and nothing else!

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Sunday, 2 March 2014

Tent Peak Climbing

tent peak climbing

Tent Peak Climbing Overview

Tent Peak Climbing to the Tent peak (5663 meters), also known as the ‘Tharpu Chuli, is an adventurous peak set in the panoramic Annapurna region of Nepal. Lying just south of the ‘Annapurna Base camp’,

Tent peak climbing offers the most amazing views of the panoramic snow-capped peaks of the Annapurna region. If you’re looking forward to combine the peak climbing with the most beautiful scenic spots of Nepal then you should definitely opt for ‘Tent peak’ climbing.

The trail passes through the most amazing alpine plants, luscious rhododendron forests, ethnic local villages coupled with panoramic snow-capped peaks set to blow you away with tits tranquil beauty. As you trek higher, you will experience the buffer zone near the Annapurna Massif which is considered  as the most picturesque spot of Nepal.

Tent Peak climbing is technically easy and relatively shorter than the other climbing well-suited for the ones’ wishing for a short and easy peak climbing. Most importantly, we take of all your climbing needs such as providing quality equipment, excellent food, trekking porters and experienced climbing leader so that you can only focus on the Peak climbing and nothing else!

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Sunday, 2 March 2014

Mera Peak Climbing

Mera Peak Climbing

Mera Peak Climbing Overview

Mera Peak Climbing to the famous Mera Peak (6,461m) is the highest trekking peak of Nepal lying in the Everest region of Nepal. The trail that follows through the peak climbing is known to be the most rewarding in terms of mountain panorama and scenic beauty.

The Everest region itself is dominated with sky-high views of Mighty Mount Everest and several other worlds’ highest peaks. Since, Mera Peak itself is Nepal’s highest trekking peak, the Mera Peak Climbing is quite challenging and is only suitable for the experienced and physically fit climbers. However, it’s not very difficult technically, so if you’re fit and determined enough; we at Skyline Treks and Expedition can help you through climbing Mera peak.

We begin our trip to ‘Mera Peak climbing‘ following through a short flight from either Pokhara or Kathmandu to Lukla airstrip. After two days of continuous trekking through the Everest region we reach the starting point of the Mera peak climbing.

Our Mera peak climbing itinerary is designed carefully to allow slow acclimatization for the climbers. Most importantly, we take of all your climbing needs such as providing quality equipment, excellent food, trekking porters and experienced climbing leader so that you can only focus on the Peak climbing and nothing else!

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