The gigantic task of climbing a peak is dreamed by millions, but committed by only handfuls. Capability, time, money and so many other things determine if you would ever succeed in climbing one of’em or face the biggest setbacks.
Nepal, a nation rich in natural and cultural wonders, has abundance of large and small Himalaya peaks in the world. Some of the most iconic peaks, Eight-Thousander, are located in Nepal, namely; Everest, Kanchenjunga, Lhotse, Makalu etc.
More than 500 climbers ascent the Everest in a year! Not everyone can climb Everest, therefore, Nepal introduced some of the finest smaller peaks to cater the needs of adventure enthusiasts, comparably in a lesser time and budget.
Ama Dablam 6,812 m (22,349′) is one of the most climbed small peak in Nepal, followed by Mera peak, Island peak and so on.
Note: There are 2 different seasons for climbing in Nepal; Pre-Monsoon (March-June) and Post-Monsoon (September-November), followed by some winter ascents but very few in numbers.