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Reaching the top of a mountain is not only within reach of experienced mountaineers. Amateur mountaineers and strong trekkers can successfully climb many smaller Himalayan Peaks on a relatively short holiday. Permits for "trekking peaks" can be obtained within a short time, with comparably few formalities and at a lower price than what is typically required for high-peak expedition permits.

There are several challenging opportunities for a range of abilities: Mera Peak, at 6654 meters, is the highest of the trekking peaks and can be reached by trekking through a pristine wilderness. From the summit you can get a glimpse of an astounding range of high peaks: Everest, Lhotse, Makalu, Cho Oyu, and Kanchenjunga.

Another popular trek leads to Island Peak, which, at 6189 mters, offers spectacular views of Ama Dablam, Lhotse South Face, and Everest.

To learn more about the various possibility and help us find the right match for you, contact us at info@independent-trekkingguide-nepal.com