The trekking peaks of Nepal offer a great potential adventure and exploration and are less expensive than large-scale expeditions. For travelers there are 18 minor peaks open for Alpine climbing. Nepal Spiritual Trekking P Ltd provides all kinds of detailed information and logistical support required for climbing arrangements to attempt summits. In spite of the fact that the altitude of the peaks is below 6500m, they offer a serious challenge often passing over rocky, icy and snowy terrain. The use of ropes and other mountaineering equipment is also necessary on these treks. It is strongly recommended that the climbers having technical know-how on snow and ice climbing can attempt these peaks, except for a few easy peaks such as Mera Peak (6476m). The climbing of these peaks is monitored by Nepal Mountaineering Association and is subject to the rules & regulations formulated by this Association.
Imsa Tse peak is more popularly known by the name of Island peak. Eric Shipton's party named island in 1953, as the peak resembles an island in a sea of ice when viewed from Dingboche.
Lobuche consists of two different summits, east and west with the height of 6119m and 6145m respectively. A continuous rim ties them but there is a sharp gap and a considerable distance between these two summits.
Machermo Peak climbing in Nepal with Nepal Spiritual Trekking P Ltd, Machermo Peak is interesting and challenging trekking peak
Mardi Himal is the most southerly peak of the Annapurna range. It is the lowest and least climbed peak. The photograph of the Mardi Himal, taken in 1953 by Baisl Goodfellow,
Mera is one of the highest peaks in Nepal Himalaya. Rising south of Everest, the peak was first scaled 20th May 1953 by J.O.M. Roberts and Sen Tenjing. The ascent of Mera is generally technically straightforward
Pisang Peak is taken as easy trekking among other trekking peak but it is also found very difficult by some climbers and complained us that this is not also easy one.