Mt. Nirekha Peak Climbing Expedition in Nepal

20 Days, Multiple Departures

Mt. Nirekha Peak Climbing Expedition in Nepal
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Overview of Mt. Nirekha Peak Climbing

Nirekha Peak is listed in the list of new ‘A’ trekking peaks of Nepal. Nirekha Peak lies east of the Cho La Col which is a few hundred meters away from the Famous Cho La pass in the same chain as the Lobuche summits. To climb the summit one needs to be properly trained and experienced. The peak is great and difficult to climb depending on the conditions.

The summit of the peak consists of two pyramids and can be summited to north or south summits. The north summit requires crossing a difficult crevasse where whereas the south summit requires one pitch in steep 50° ice. The first ascent of this summit was done by Matt Fiorett and Greg Valentine in April 2003. You start the ascent from the Kanchung BC or the lake camp. Both the ascents offer wonderful sceneries but it is difficult to do in one day from the lake camp. The peak offers a wonderful view of Mt. Everest. Cho Oyu, Nuptse, Lhotse and other Himalayan ranges. It is a demanding trek for anyone with perfect physical fitness and seeking adventure.

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