Peak grades:

In order to enjoy your journey in the Himalayan country, Nepal, it is necessary to know which trek and climb peak match most with your physical, capabilities and skills. Thus, we have graded your entire trip of climbing Peaks in the following ranks:

Moderate difficult:

It is a highly demanding climb for beginner climbers. It does not require previous climbing experience and a good level of physical fitness. It is not technically difficult to climb. It might be 15 degrees to 75 degrees of rock and compact snow slope. There can be involving some tearing snowfields. You do not need to put long fixed rope. You can climb, it with support of guy rope.  It might be a danger with wind blow and white out.

Mera peak, Thapa (Dhampus peak), Sharebung and Yalla peak.


It does not need compulsory previous climbing experience and a very sporty party. It is a little bit technically difficult to climb. There are 30 to 80 degrees ice and rock slopes. It is a danger with an avalanche and rockfall. There are many crevasses on the climbing route. It needs a ladder to cross tearing snowfield and fixed rope on slope of the peak. It requires highly safety equipment placement knowledge.

Labuche east, Island peak, GanjaLa peak, Pisang peak, Chulu West and Chulu far-East, Thorong peak, Papchermo peak and Ten peak (Tharphuchuli), Larkye peak.

Extremely difficult:

It requires, long holidays, a lot of previous climbing experiences, mentally, physically and economically well prepared or there is 90 degrees vertical rock, ice wall increase more overhang. It’s difficult with altitude. It is difficult with challenging crevasse, rockfall, avalanche zone, rough weather. It demands high skills to climb. It might be of high risk to climb. You need to put a lot of fixed ropes on the slope. Or you need lots of Camming devices, Chalk-Frends, Ice crews, Rock pitons, Snow-bars, Carabineers and Ropes.

Hiuchulu, Singha chuli, Kyajo Ri, Yubra.