6,000 Metres Peak Expedition in Nepal
People love to trek to the Himalayas. Among them, some push forwards themselves for extra adventure. And the thrill after high altitude trekking is climbing 6,000 metres peak. Often termed trekkers peak, scaling 6,000 metres peak gives the aspiring mountaineers their first taste of mountain climbing. Also, some intermediate climbers climb 6,000 metres peak to sharpen their climbing skills.
Annually, many trekkers in Nepal opt for 6,000 metres peak climbing. Some are easy climbs, some are moderate, and some are technical climbs that even Everest summiter find arduous to summit. Ama Dablam, Mera Peak, Chukung Ri, Pisang, Naya Kanga, Kongde, Kusum Kanguru are the most popular climbing peaks. Further, Tharpu Chulu, Yala, Lobuche East, and Island Peak are ideal climbing peaks for amateur mountaineers.
Here are our expert-designed 6,000 metres expeditions with fixed departures for autumn 2022 and Spring 2023. We offer IFMGA certified experienced climbing guides, excellent logistics, 100% guaranteed summit, and safe returns.
We are receiving many queries and seats are filling fast. Select your dream 6,000 metres expedition from our different packages and experience the mountaineering thrill with World Expedition Nepal.