|location||Districts Rasuwa , Sindhupalchok ( Nepal )|
|Mountains||Chimsedang Lekh ( Himalaya )|
|Normal way||North route|
The mountain is located about 1.5 km west of Naya Kanga in the southwest of Langtang National Park . The (according to other information: 5718 m) high mountain was originally called Urkema Peak and was renamed in 2007 on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the Scout Movement in honor of its founder, Lord Robert Baden-Powell .
The first ascent of Baden-Powell Peak was carried out by an international scout team from Australia, Korea, Taiwan, Singapore, Taipei, Hong Kong, Malaysia and Nepal. The first person to reach the summit was Australian Mark Mangles on September 12, 2007 around noon.