A larger section of the Great Himalayan range, running from Iran to Burma, falls within the territory of Nepal forming a great natural bordering wall between Nepal and China which includes so many small peaks in addition to the famous eight thousands of the worlds.
Government of Nepal, Ministry for Tourism, Culture and Civil Aviation in association with Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA) - national alpine association of Nepal has divided the Nepal's mountains into two categories expedition peaks and trekking peaks. Expedition peaks are the peaks above 7,000 m that demand much costly permit fees and more mountaineering technical skills to conquer them. And the peaks below 7,000 meters are called trekking peaks that are considered climbable by anyone with a moderate amount of mountaineering experience and skills. While some can be climbed without crampons or an ice axe, most require use of this equipment. Trekking peaks offer a great potential adventure and exploration.
Nepal Holiday Trek and Expedition offers both trekking and climbing peaks for the passionate climbers in order to set astonishing success to their interests through climbing. There are some popular peaks like Pisang peak, Island peak, Mera peak, Chulu Far, Chulu West that are preferred by many climbers among all.
For trekkers there are 18 minor peaks open for Alpine climbing. Nepal Holiday Trek 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 6600m, 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 association has classified the trekking peaks into two sub-categories as Group "A" and Group "B" peaks. Association monitors all climbing activities of these peaks and is subject to its rules & regulations.
Island Peak is 6160 meters high and one of the busiest and most popular trekking peaks within Nepal, also known as Imja Tse, lies in the Khumbu Himalaya range. Climbing this peak gives the best satisfaction every amateur and serious climber can dream of.
Chulu East (6,564m) is a popular trekking peak that hides to the north of the Annapurna massive if viewed from southern Nepal. Chulu East and Chulu west jointly form the integral part of Manang Himal that ultimately combines with the Damodar Himal.
Singu Chuli is one of the peaks amongst many in the Annapurna Himal of Nepal at an elevation of 6,501m. It was formerly known as Fluted Peak. Singu Chuli looks like a minor peak being very foreshortened.
Mera Peak stands at 6654 meters height and is at the head of the quiet and remote Hunku valley, which lies within the Khumbu Himalayan Range, rarely frequented by trekkers or visitors.
Loboche East (6119m) is popular trekking peak that lies close to Khumbu Glacier of Everest region. Consecutively there are two peaks Lobuche East and Lobuche seperated by a distinct gap.
Chulu West Peak as of it moderate difficult makes as one of the best Trekking Peaks in Nepal at an elevation of 6,419m in the Annapurna region. There are superb views over Tibet and Mustang regions.
Langsisa Ri peak is situated in the Langtang Region at an elevation of 6,427m. It is another popular among hobby climbers and its accessible route follows to regular Langtang trekking region. Langsisa Ri peak is technically challenging peak.
Mardi Himal (5587m), actually is a daring for peak climbing in the Annapurna region. Among other trekking peaks of Annapurna range, Mardi Himal is southerly situated in the range.
Tharpu Chuli(5663 M) , also known as Tent Peak is one of the trekking peaks in the Himalayan range of Nepal. The peak is almost located at the center of Annapurna range.
Chulu Far East peak is located in Annapurna region. It is not difficult peak. One can settle at a high camp near the col, which follow the long south-west ridge on snow and ice. It is accessed from the base camp but are quite different mountains.
Kusum Kanguru is also known Kusum Kangguru, Kusum Kangru, Kusum Kang, Kusum Khangru, Kusumkhang Karda or Mount Kanguru is a mountain in the Khumbu Region of the Himalaya in Nepal at elevation of 6,369m.
Kwangde peak or Kwangde Ri is situtated in the Lumding Drangka in a high and remote valley bounded to the west by tumbling glaciers of karyolung, Khartang and Numbur at an elevation of 6,187m, which it is rarely visted by the trekkers and climbers.
Pachhermo Peak (6187m) is situated in the rolwaling region of Nepal. It is an eye catching snow peak lysing to the south of Tashi Laptsa pass. To the north by north-west ridge, it rises from the crevassed glacier astride the Tashi Lapcha.
Pisang Peak stands at an elevation of 6091 meters above Pisang village in the Annapurna Himalaya range, which considered one of the more technical climbing peaks among the trekking peaks throughout Nepal.
Pokalde Peak (5806 m), also popular as Dolma Ri which lies12 km south-west of mighty Mount Everest. It is one of the easiest trekking peaks in the Everest area. Pokalde is unsteady and barely snow covered throughout the trekking season.
Ramdung peak is situated in the south of the upper Rolwaling region. It is also called Ramdung Go as one of cluster of peaks around the Yalung La, a pass giving access to the upper Rolwaling from the south via the Khare Khola.
The Hiunchuli peak is situated at the Dhaulagiri range embraces some of the world's most remarkable peaks. This peak is one of the peaks having an altitude more than 7000m and signifies the last part of the snow-topped range.