For the more adventurous traveler, there are existing 18 minor peaks and newly categorized 15 peaks opened for climbing under Nepal Mountaineering Association. The climbing of these peaks is controlled under the rules and regulations formulated by the Association. It should be noted that in most cases the climbing of these minor peaks (Trekking Peaks) require snow and ice climbing experience, safety and expected successes. By Himalayan standards these are considered minor peaks, but in fact some of then provide relatively challenging snow and ice climbing of high standard, and more so in Winter. The peak climbing fee for a group are as follows:

Newly categorized: Existing:

S.No. Name Height in meter Region
1. ABI 6097 Eastern
2. Bokta Peak 6143 Eastern
3. Chekigo 6257 Central
4. Chhukung Ri 5550 Eastern
5. Cholatse 6440 Eastern
6. Kyazo Ri 6186 Eastern
7. Langsisa Ri 6427 Central
8. Larkya Peak 6010 Western
9. Lobuje West 6145 Eastern
10. Machhermo 6273 Eastern
11. Nirekha Peak 6159 Eastern
12. Ombigaichen 6340 Eastern
13. Pharilapcha 6017 Eastern
14. Yubra Himal 6035 Central
15. Yala 5732 Central

S.No. Name Height in meter Region
1 Chulu East 6584 Western
2 Chulu West 6419 Western
3 Ganjala Chuli (Naya Kanga) 5844 Central
4 Hiunchuli 6441 Western
5 Imsa Tse (Island Peak) 6183 Eastern
6 Khongde (Mehra) 5849 Eastern
7 Kusum Kangru 6367 Eastern
8 Kwangde 6011 Eastern
9 Lobuje 6119 Eastern
10 Mardi Himal 5587 Western
11 Mera peak 6654 Eastern
12 Paldor Peak 5896 Central
13 Parchemuche 6187 Central
14 Pisang 6091 Western
15 Pokhalde 5806 Eastern
16 Ramdung 5925 Central
17 Singu Chuli (Flutted peka) 6501 Western
18 Tharpu Chuli (Tent peak) 5663 Western
Fee Structure Fee Structure

  • Up to 7 climbing members US$ 500
  • More than 7 to 12 climbing members US$ 100 per climber
  • If there are more than 12 members in a group, new permit should require.


Group size Rate (US$) Additional (US$)
Up to 4 persons 350
5-8 Persons 350 40 (per person)
9-12 Persons 510 25 (per person)
Garbage Deposit for trekking peaks:

As per recent decision from Nepal Mountaineering Associations, US$ 250 shall be applicable for garbage deposit for all trekking peaks. The deposit will be return back to the climbing group after necessary verification of environmental formality during the climbing. This rule comes to force from autumn 2002.

    • The permit is valid for the period of one month only. The maximum number of the group size will be 12 pax.

    • For extension the permission, an additional 25% charge of the total amount of the initial fee will be made for each extra week.

    • The leader or climbing member of the team must collect the permit in person from Nepal Mountaineering Association.

    • Each climbing team will be permitted with the written application form, indicating a partner trekking agency whom registered to the HMG and NMA and accompanied by a sirdar/guide, who must be registered with NMA.

Source: Nepal Mountaineering Association