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Peak climbing is an adventurous activity in Nepal. With home to 8 of 10 world's tallest peaks, peak climbing in Nepal offers amazing opportunities and experiences to the summit. Climbing peaks are generally classified as a different group than expeditions. Even though both activities involve climbing a mountain, peak climbing is easier than an expedition. However, this doesn't mean that it's a piece of cake. Ascending through the peaks in Nepal lets you explore the divine force of nature in a way that you might not have witnessed before. Generally speaking, you are on an expedition if you are climbing Everest and other giant mountains.  On the other hand, you are peak climbing if you are climbing Mera Peak, Island Peak, and similar shorter mountains. So, if the thought of peak climbing in Nepal ever crosses your mind, just go for it. 

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1. What is peak Climbing?

A climbing peak refers to a mountain or hill peak or a rock formation that has to be ascended by climbing. 

2. What is a summit hike?

A summit hike is to arrive on a surface that’s higher in elevation than all points immediately adjacent to it. The topographic definitions acme, apex, peak (mountain peak), and zenith are synonymous.

3. How many mountains can we climb in Nepal?

 There are 326 other mountains within Nepal that are open for mountaineering expeditions. Out of them, 103 have not been climbed before.  The availability of these many mountains has managed to make peak climbing in Nepal one of the most sought adventure activities. Nepal offers mountaineers more opportunities more than any  country in the world,

4. How many peaks in Nepal are over 8000 meters?

Only 14 peaks in the world are known to rise over 8000m into what today is called “the dead zone”. All are situated within the Himalayas range spreading over  Nepal, India, Pakistan, and Tibet. With the presence of 8 peaks over 8000 meters, many people seem to prefer peak climbing in Nepal.