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Nepal is most prosperous country in terms of natural beauty due to her chains of hundreds of mountains. The green mountainous landscape and the snow covered peaks create extensive routes for trekking as well as extensive pedestal for peak climbing, mountaineering, and ice climbing. Whether the interest is just climbing trekking peak or climbing above 7000 or 8000 meter peak, mountaineering in Nepal has become a dream for most of the adventure aficionado mountaineers in the world. Icicles Adventure Treks and Tours has the expertise to organize adventure trekking, trekking peak climbing, mountaineering, ice climbing, and Expedition in Nepal. We also provide logistic support for mountaineering and peak climbing groups if not you need our full service for your peak climbing, mountaineering, and ice climbing trip in Nepal. Our customers have evaluated in the mean course that our trip organizing skills for peak climbing, and mountaineering are of international standard that has met our mountaineers customers’ expectation and actually our services were more than they expected. This is possible due to our professional and experienced climbing leaders, climbing Sherpas, our organizing skills, selection of high quality climbing equipments, plus our concern in safety and security of our clients. Our company leader himself being a climbing leader, our services for peak climbing in Nepal go beyond those offered by many other companies in credibility, motivation, professionalism and the safety measures are reflected in organizing all our trips of adventure trekking, peak climbing in Nepal, mountaineering in Nepal, and Ice climbing in Nepal.
We organize trekking peak climbing trips to all trekking peaks in Nepal those are permitted to be climbed by Nepal Mountaineering Association. The most preferred trekking peaks in Nepal by climbing enthusiasts are Island Peak , Mera Peak , Lobuche East Peak , Pokalde Peak , in Everest region; Pisang Peak , Singuchuli Peak , Tharpu Chuli, Mardi Himal, Chulu East, Chulu Far East, Chulu West, and Dhampus Peak in Annapurna region and Nayakanga Peak Yala Peak and Paldor peak in Langtang region.
Come! Join our Peak climbing adventure next season and we are sure you will soon return to accomplish another peak with few of your adventure lover friends!
Looking for an easy peak to climb in Nepal for your adventure holiday? Do Chulu Far East peak climbing and trek the off the beaten track to Tilicho La and Mesokanta La and savor the panorama of some of the famous highest summits of the Himalaya: Manaslu, Annapurna I, Dhaulagiri, Gangapurna and the M...Read More
Mera Peak and Island Peak Climbing via Amphu Laptsa Pass is an extreme adventure in Nepal where you will be climbing two of the popular peaks while crossing the technical pass of Amphu Laptsa. This extreme adventure allows us to immerse and explore its diversity in activities like trekking across ...Read More
Mera Peak Climbing and Amphu Laptsa Pass is an extreme adventure at Everest region. Embarking for Mera Peak Climbing and Amphu Laptsa Pass offers tented camping trekking experience in Nepal, stepping at highest climbing peak at high altitude of 6461m along with crossing challenging pass of Amphu Lap...Read More
Climb the Chulu East peak, a 6429m trekking peak north of Annapurna massive that provides breathtaking views across to the Annapurna II, III and IV, Gangapurna, Glacier Dome, Dhaulagiri, Tilicho Peak and Manaslu and a prospect to trek through one of the most popular trekking areas of the world, the ...Read More
Scale the summit of Island peak and experience the thrill of Himalayan adventure while certifying yourself a step ahead to mountaineering. Yes, if you want to take next step from trekking to mountaineering, climbing Island peak is the perfect ice climbing trip to try first among the 33 “trekking p...Read More
Go for Island peak climbing with Everest base camp trek if you are looking to jump a step ahead from trekking to mountaineering. Island peak (Imja Tse) is the most attainable climbing peak. Situated only 10 km away form Mt. Everest summit of Island peak provides 360 degree panorama of many of the ...Read More
Be a part of our adventurous trek and climb to Tharpu Chuli, also called as Tent Peak at Annapurna region. Tharpu chuli or Tent Peak standing tall at an altitude of 5663 meters is situated at the south of Annapurna Base Camp. Upon reaching the summit the stunning panoramic views of glorious Himalaya...Read More
Nepal peak climbing possesses adventurous peak climbing site in Langtang region popularly known as Naya Kanga Peak climbing. It gives you an opportunity to gain the challenging and worthwhile peak climbing experience through the popular trekking trail of Langtang region. Explore more about the Sherp...Read More
Embark Mera Peak (6476m/21,247ft), highest permitted trekking peak located south of Everest in Makalu Barun National Park dominating the wild and profoundly wooded Hinku and Hongu valleys. Although Mera peak is not the part of Everest Himalayan ranges, we can catch truly memorable view of five of th...Read More
Take the challenge of Lobuche East peak climbing with Everest base camp trek before peak climbing itself for acclimatization purpose. Lobuche East peak is challenging and technically demanding than the other easy trekking peaks of Nepal, so, it requires greater commitment and climbing expertise th...Read More
Embark an exceptional adventure to Island Peak Climbing with Gokyo Lakes and Everest Base Camp Trek, a challenging trek and a mountaineering opportunity at the same time. A trek to Gokyo valley and Everest base camp is recommended to gain adequate acclimatization before scaling the 6189m peak if you...Read More
Pisang Peak Climbing is one of the technical peak climbing in Nepal situated at an altitude of 6091 meters. The first ascent of Pisang Peak was made by German expeditions in 1955 and since then thousands of climbers have successfully climbed to the summit of Pisang Peak. The pisang peak ascends abov...Read More