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Nepal Peak Climbing

The Term "Trekking Peak" is unfortunate: it denotes a small mountains, no longer virgin that may be attempted with reasonable formalities rather than requiring an expedition permit, liaison officer and often complex regulation.

The current list, as at Spring 1986, is as follows. Both the heights given and the names are from His Majesty's Government's official list and may not necessarily be those accepted by many mountaineers with practical experience of these mountains.


*Group A (above 20,000 ft)
Lobuje    6,119m/20,075 ft
Island Peak 6,153m/20,187 ft
Kangde (Kwangde or Kwangde Ri) 6,194m/20,322 ft
Chulu East (Gundang) 6,200m/20,341 ft
Pharchamo 6,282m/20,610 ft
Hiunchuli 6,331m/20,771 ft
Kusum Kangru 6,369m/20,896 ft
Fluted Peak 6,390m/20,965 ft
Mera Peak 6,431m/21099 ft
Chulu West 6,630m/21,752 ft
*Group B (below 20,000 ft)
Tent Peak 5,500m/18,045 ft
Mardi Himal 5,555m/18,225 ft
Ganja La Chuli (Nya Kanga) 5,800m/19,029 ft
Pokhalde 5,806m/19,049 ft
Mehra Peak 5,820m/19,095 ft
Paldor 5,894m/19,337 ft
Ramdung 6,021m/19,754 ft
Pisang 6,091m/19,984 ft
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