Climbing & Expeditions
Himalayan kingdom Nepal has a lot to offer for fantabulous peak climbing as it proudly holds the highest peak of the world, the glorious Mt. Everest along with more than thousand other peaks. Among the numerous peaks of Nepal, 326 have got the permit for climbing. The rules and regulations of peak climbing are under the control of laws of Nepal Mountaineering Association(NMA). The budget for peak climbing varies with season.
Peak climbing is a thrilling adventurous activity. It gives the experience of cool air with low oxygen. Once you reach the top of the peak, the stunning views and scenes give you a feeling of awesomeness and glory. This rewards your effort and pleases you to be there. The Ariel view of mountains from 5,500m to 8,848m heights can see.
The peak Khumbila (5,800m) of Everest Region and Machapuchhere (6,993m) in Annapurna Region are allocated as the holy peaks. These not allowed for climbing. The best peak climbings operated by Apex the Asia Holidays are Island Peak (6,190m), Mera Peak (6,470m), Lobuche East peak (6,119) and Pisang Peak (6091m).