Himalayan region has always remained at the focus on various outstanding achievements in the sector of peak climbing or mountain climbing with the inclusion of their identified mountain peaks of about 1300 in numbers and most of them at the height of 6,000 meters.
According to Himalayan standards, individuals will find many small mountains referred commonly as trekking peaks, whose heights range from 5500 meters to 6500 meters and they act as perfect options for all keen trekkers and/or hikers willing to experience peak climbing in Nepal.
Climbing of mountain peaks available in the aforementioned ranges or expedition in Nepal is the advanced step that goes beyond simple and easy trekking activity. However, it also involved basic mountaineering above the actual snow line, application of climbing boots and crampons, usage of ice axes and ropes and similar others.
Best thing in this case is that individuals will be able to get consistent instructions and supervisions from professional guides possessing sound expertise and vast experience in mountaineering field including different ascents of the famous Mount Everest. Both new climbers and experienced trekkers will be able to experience the best possible expedition and adventurous climbing or trekking in Nepal.
For instance, trekkers will be able to pass through island peak, which is popular for all experienced and novice trekkers. It provides an exhilarating experience in climbing sector rather than providing simple trekking solutions to individuals. By climbing this peak, you will expect to reach at the summit of 6000 meters of wonderful mountain and gives unforgettable achievement feelings, as you reach to view the top portion of Mount Everest.
Especially, individuals will be able to expect one of the adventurous type Gokyo Lakes trekking in Nepal. For this, individuals have to follow the route of high mountain pass named Cho La at the height of approximately 5,000 meters towards the base camp of famous Mount Everest. This ascent further follows Khumbu glacier region or Khumby valley and Dudh Koshi from the Sherpa people homeland to the valley of Gokyo.
In this way, travelers will be able to get breath-taking views of four different mountain peaks of height equal to 8,000 meters. These include Cho Oyu, Everest, and the biggest glacier of Nepal named as Ngozumpa glacier. Moreover, few of the travelers believe that visiting to the turquoise lakes of Gokyo by following the yeti’s footsteps over High Mountain passes of Chola towards the Mount Everest base camp.