Peak Climbing in Nepal Not many countries in the world are as famous as Nepal in terms of natural and cultural diversity. Nepal is best known in the world as the land of Himalaya. The country offers great opportunities to climb different peaks for adventure seekers. Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA), a non-governmental organization working as a national alpine association of Nepal has categorized 33 peaks in Nepal as NMA ‘trekking peaks’ with the elevation between 5650-6500m (18,537-21,325ft) All these peaks involve both trekking and climbing and have been graded easy, moderate and challenging according to their appropriate elevationt. Nepal Mountaineering Association is the only government authorized body to issue climbing permits for these 33 trekking peaks. The joys of peak climbing side by side the pleasure of trekking in Nepal cannot be translated into words. Some most popular trekking peaks worth mentioning are Island Peak , Mera Peak , Lobuche East Peak , Pokalde Peak in the Everest region, Naya kanga Peak in Langtang region and Pisang Peak , Tharpu Chuli Peak and Singuchuli Peak in the Annapurna region. Pioneer Adventure organizes any trekking peak climbing trip in every trekking region with the support of our professional and NMA licensed Sherpa climbing guides. We provide high quality services including all necessary permits, trekking and climbing equipment to all our valued clients at the most affordable cost for any group size.