Climbing Gears play a vital role in mountaineering fields. While you are planning to climb peaks in Nepal, you might be in confusion what to bring and what not to? So, Himalayan Wander Walkers have prepared this checklist of Peak Climbing Gear and Equipment with the help of our experienced climbing guides and field staff.
In General, any mountain with a maximum elevation below 7000 meters is considered as a Peak in the Nepal Mountaineering industry and beyond 7000 meters are known for the Mountains. Trekking Peaks are also classified into two kinds they are Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA) Peaks and Free Peaks. NMA peaks required royalties for permits whereas Free Peaks can be climbed without permits.
It is essential that every peak climbing require technical skills, enough Gear and equipment, and an experienced expedition team to achieve your dream to summit your desired Peaks in Nepal. We arrange an expert and professional team of guides, porters, kitchen helpers, and a Sherpa team leader.
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Tell us about your interest in Nepal peak climbing, and what you expect from it. We will answer your questions in 24 hours and help you design a trip with a comfortable itinerary to best meet your needs.
Do you know Gear costs for peak climbing can be cut in many ways? Most of the trekkers, hikers, and climbers don’t want to spend much money on gear because besides it they need to pay for other costs such as food, accommodation, transportation, and crew members. These days you can find a lot of mountain gear brands in the market but you must know what to buy and what not to? Below you will find some secret tips for saving your cost on gear and equipment.
5. Climbing Gears
7. Hygiene and first aid
Come and join the HWW team to achieve your dream to summit your desired mountain which offers you the remarkable and worthwhile life experience of immaculate snowy peaks, ancient and isolated villages, high passes, and splendid vistas.