Known as the Himalayan Kingdom, Nepal has 1310 mountains (the major portion of the Mountain range.) which are over 5500 meters (18,090 ft) to 8848m (29,028ft) above sea level. This makes our country exceptionally popular for mountaineers.
Since 1978, the Nepal Mountaineering Association has had the authority to issue climbing permits for small-scale peaks. Thanks to our NMA membership, Unique Path Trekking can see to permitting without the previously complicated application process.
Our Guides are experienced high elevation mountaineers. They are trained to take you safely into the thin air region of the majestic Himalayas. They are particularly concerned about the acclimatization process. Unlike certain other organizers, we only dispatch guides who are have summit experience on your target mountain.
We shall gladly send you the rules and regulations of the Nepal Mountaineering association upon request. If you are interested venture into the snow and ice regions of the high Himalayas, please contact us for detailed information. We can arrange equipment, guides, high altitude porters, and all food and accessories. Any NMA-approved mountain can be targeted. There is only one item you have to bring yourself: brave and spirit! Unique Path Trekking will see to everything else.
Lobuche Peak (6119m / 20075 ft)
There exist two distinct summit to Lobuche peak: Lobuche east ( 6119m/ 20,075ft ) and Lobuche west ( 6145m/ 20161ft ). Although they are connected by a continuous ridge there is a sharp gap and a considerable distance between them. The trekking peak permit is for the east peak, whilst Lobuche
Mera Peak (6476 m / 21247 ft)
The bulk of Mera, officially the highest of Nepal's permitted trekking peaks, ries to the south of Everest and dominates the watershed between the wild and heavily woded valleys of the Hinku and Hongu Drangkas . Mera (Peak) is a chance to venture into a little visited and as yet unspoilt region of Nepal
Island Peak (6189 m / 20305 ft)
This peak offers an enjoyable climb the peak, also provides some of the most striking scenery in the Khumbu. If the peak can be likened to an Island in a glacial sea, than the main land forms a semicircle of cliffs that rise in the north to the rugged summit of Nuptse ( 7879m/ 25850ft ), Lhotse (
Pisang Peak (6091 m / 19983 ft)
Seen from Pisang the peak rises from yak pastures above the village in a uniform slope to the final summit pyramid, which is an undistinguished snow and ice slope. Looked at from above Ongre, the peak is a little more interesting and can be seen as a curved ridge, with the faces above Pisang
Naya Kanga (5844 m / 19180 ft)
Viewed from the hill above Kyangjin Gompa in the Langtang Valley, Naya Kanga is a shapely mountain rising to the west of the Ganja La (5122m/16800ft) which is a popular, although at times difficult, pass giving access to Helambu and the Kathmandu Valley. The normal route of ascent
Yala Peak (5500 m / 18045 ft)
Yala is a “trekking peak" in the Langtang Region of Nepal. It is classed as Grade F (facile/easy) on the Alpine Grading system although this can vary by a point or so depending on the snow conditions. In 2003 I would have definitely rated the peak as PD. The peak is seldom climbed in it’s own right,
Pharchamo (6187 m / 20298 ft)
West to the Khumhu and close to the Tibetan frontier is a wild, isolated high valley the "Rolwaling" - drifted down between steep snowcapped peaks. This splendid valley is un spoilt and apart from the ravaging onslaught of trekkers.
Tharpu Chuli (5500 m / 18045 ft)
Join us for this shorter trek into the Annapurna Sanctuary, a spectacular cirque stuck right in the heart of the Annapurna Range surrounded by a collection of Himalayan giants. This is the best trip for climbing a peak in the Himalayas in the shortest amount of time. An excellent introduction
Dhampus Peak (6012 m / 19725 ft)
Dhampus peak situated in the Dhaulagiri range is becoming one of the popular peaks in the area. This is not a technical peak however may need to be acclimatized before you try to ascend it. Before ascending the peak, a trek to Thorang Pass (5416 m.) is advisable which helps you to be acclimatised .
Chulu East Peak (6250 m / 20505 ft)
Ascent of Chulu West and Chulu Central are best made from a base camp in a small valley north of Manang situated off the main trail to Thorong La pass 5416m. Indeed some of the best views of this peak can be had from that pass.
Pokhalde Peak (5806 m / 19049 ft)
This mountain poses few difficulties and it is often used as a warm up for other Himalayan Peaks. It is one of the so called ‘trekking peaks' of Nepal and it does not require a huge amount of mountaineering skill. The term trekking peak is, however, a little misleading for some of these peaks
Throung peak (5555 m / 18225 ft)
This mountain is the shortest possibility to gain a 6000 m-peak while doing the famous trekking around Annapurna. The highest point of this Trekking is Thorong La (pass), 5416 m. From this pass it is the first mountain to the south.
Tilicho Peak (7134 m / 23401ft)
Tilicho peak is a little bit hard to climb than the other mountains having height of the around 7000m. The way to this mountain climbing has two ways up to it’s base camp. One way goes via Marshyangdi valley route and another way goes via Kaligandaki valley route. If the teams go through Kaligandaki
Thapa Peak (6012 m / 19719 ft )
Conical peak on the northern side of Thapa ( Dhampus )Pass. Generally snow covered but not alpine in nature ie no bergshrund or crevasses. Access from Marpha or via Hidden Valley on circuit of Dhaulagiri.