Mountain climbing in Nepal instantly became a passionate adventure treat for mountaineers after the country first opened doors to climbers back in 1949. Though the attempts to climb mountains started from the early years of the 20th century but no one had been able to claim triumph over it until 1953 when Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgey set their first ever foot on the summit of Mt. Everest. Soon after the pair's first historical mountaineering victory, the appeal of mountaineering grew manifold luring thousands of mountaineers from all around the world to scale various Himalayan heights. Despite all the hardship of mountaineering, adventurers have been fighting their way through the summit in a hope of making their dream of adventure come true. Gleaming like a silver majestic fortress, Nepal boasts of having eight of the world's highest fourteen peaks over 8000m, including the highest of them all, Mt. Everest.
Equipped with top notch equipment, highly experienced team of Sherpa climbers, Explore Himalaya has led hundreds of Mountaineering Expeditions to 8000+ meter peaks and innumerable trips to trekking peaks below 6500 meters. Our surefooted support crews are thoroughly trained on mountaineering techniques and are highly competent on handling all the dangers of mountain climbing and using mountain climbing tools. Our highly professional administrative team at office is expert in handling all the issues related to Climbing Nepal Mountains.
Some of the mountains lie in Nepal-Tibet border. Check our Tibet mountaineering page for more
Manaslu, the eighth highest mountain in the world is a part of the Mansiri Himal in the Nepal Himalayas. The mountain's long ridges and valley glaciers offer feasible approaches from all directions, and culm
Api Himal is located in western Nepal and is the highest peak in this region. Very few people have been climbing this peak due to the remoteness of the mountain. Nevertheless, it's a fantastic experience…
We provide full support including all tents, all meals at BC and on the mountain, all oxygen, good walkie talkies, better than 1:1 sherpa ratio, satellite phones, internet-email to keep your sponsors and family happy…
All the staff was extremely helpful and friendly. They accommodated all requests to the best of their ability. The trek was a good level of difficulty for our students. Meals have been excellent, especially on the trek. Porters were extremely polite and helpful. Service was very good.