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Mera Peak Climbing (6,654 m)

Mera Peak is located at the head of the quiet and remote Hinku valley, an area of the Mount Everest region rarely frequented by trekkers or visitors. There are many approaches to Mera; some are easy and some require the crossing of high and difficult passes.

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Chulu East Peak Cllimbing (6,584 m)

Close up views of the Annapurna range (40 miles between the two river valleys contain at twelve 7,000 m peaks and many more above the 6,000m) and varied ecosystems, diverse cultures and an ever changing landscape

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Singhu Peak Climbing (6,501 m)

Situated nearby the Annapurna Sanctuary and proximity to Tharpu Pass, the peak offers a great fascination with its stunning gracious look. Plans to summit this summit are worth in real if successful, but you'll better realize as you see the summit is a real problem so considered as one of the most technical climbs.

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Hiunchuli Peak Climbing (6,441 m)

In the most amazing mountainous amphitheaters of the world and near to the Annapurna South is this beautiful mountain, first discovered by Col. Jimmy Roberts, and later named by Roberts.

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Kusum Kangaru Peak Climbing (6,367 m)

For those who seek seldom climbed peak, here we have one standing at a height of 6,011m. Considered as difficult to climb, this peak has several prominent names like Kangde Ri and Kwangde, Kwangdi Ri. Forms an impressive multi-summited ridge at the eastern end with the proximity to Lumding Himal, which in turn is part of Rolwaling Himal.

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Parchamo Peak Climbing (6,187 m)

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.

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Island Peak Climbing (6,160 m)

Imja Tse peak towers at a height of 6,160 meters, and gets famed by the Island Peak (Named by Eric Shipton’s party in 1953), as the peak resembles an island in a sea of ice when viewed from Dingboche. Later in 1983, the peak was renamed as Imja Tse.

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Lobuche Peak Climbing (6,119 m)

Not perhaps the Everest by a little - but its Lobuche that stands close to the highest point in the planet. Attractive, and daunting mountain that rises over the moraines of the Khumbu Glacier to a spectacular skyline, forms the south ridge providing common climbing route.

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Pisang Peak Climbing (6,091 m)

Go for the the moderate challenge - there is Pisang Peak towering as high as 6,091 meters and prepared for all type of exploration. The Germans were the first to ascend this peak in 1955, and since then it has been something of considerable remark.

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Ramdung (5,925 m)

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.

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Paldor (5,896 m)

Located northwest of Kathmandu, the Paldor Peak lies in the range of Ganesh Himal towering up to 5,896m. Already mentioned above, Paldor falls in the range of Ganesh Himal, but still somewhat is quiet separate with the main range. This of course makes a great different sense as you reach the summit, where the grandeur view awaits you.

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Kongma Tse (5,849 m)

You will be surprised to know - most of the peaks in Nepal were either unnamed for a long time, and among those who had that of their own - were later renamed. Kongma Tse too, was formerly called Mehra Peak or simply Mehra. Rising dauntingly to the north of Kongma La and standing above the Khumbu Glacier opposite of Lobuje, it is the stunning one.

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Naya Kanga (5,844 m)

Marvelous peak rising to the west of Ganja La and situated in the lovely Langtang region, this is indeed a popular but also the difficult peak to to climb. It was formerly known as Ganja La Chuli, Naya Kanga (5,844 m).

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Pokhalde (5,806 m)

Not perhaps the Everest by a little - but its Lobuche that stands close to the highest point in the planet. Attractive, and daunting mountain that rises over the moraines of the Khumbu Glacier to a spectacular skyline, forms the south ridge providing common climbing route.

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Tharpu Chuli (5,663 m)

Another the stunning mountain in the heart of the Annapurna Sanctuary! Everybody has to say Tharpu Chuli is one of the glorious vistas on the surrounding. It is a part of the ridgeline and is located south from the glacier dome.

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Chulu West Peak Climbing

This trek and climb is difficult to match for its spectacular mountain scenery, trekking and mountaineering challenges and the expose it provides on the variety of ethnic Nepalese cultures. Starting in the lowland paddy fields the trek steadily gains altitude passing through oak and pine forests

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Kwangde Peak (6,011m / 19,720 ft)

For those who seek seldom climbed peak, here we have one standing at a height of 6,011m. Considered as difficult to climb, this peak has several prominent names like Kangde Ri and Kwangde, Kwangdi Ri. Forms an impressive multi-summited ridge at the eastern end with the proximity to Lumding Himal, which in turn is part of Rolwaling Himal.

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