Trekking peaks

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When trekking peaks referred to in general mountains and peaks of a mountain guide can be climbed as part of a multi-day tour booked in the company.

In Nepal , the term refers to peaks that can only be climbed in the company of a mountain guide from the Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA). Currently (as of 2015) 33 peaks and mountains are included in the list of trekking peaks. These are divided into two categories ("A" and "B"). Each of the two categories has its own price list with the fixed fees depending on the number of participants.

The following peaks are in category "A":

summit Height
in m
Boktoh 6142
Chekigo 6257
Chhukung Ri 5550
Cholatse 6440
Kangchung Nup ( Cholo ) 6089
Kangchung Shar ( Abi ) 6103
Kyajo Ri ( Kyozo Ri ) 6186
Long shisha Ri 6427
Larkya Peak 6010
Lobuche (west summit) 6145
Nirekha 6169
Ombigaichen 6340
Pharilapcha 6017
Yala Peak 5732
Yubra Himal 6035

The following peaks are in category "B":

summit Height
in m
Chulu (outer east summit) 6038
Chulu (East Summit) 6429
Chulu (central peak) 6584
Chulu (West Summit) 6419
Hiunchuli 6441
Imja Tse ( Island Peak ) 6189
Kongma Tse ( Mehra Peak ) 5849
Kongde Ri 6187
Kusum kangaroo 6367
Lobuche (East Summit) 6119
Mardi Himal 5587
Mera Peak 6476
Naya Kanga ( Ganja La Chuli ) 5846
Paldor 5896
Parchamo 6273
Pisang 6091
Trophy 5806
Ramdung Go 5925
Singu Chuli ( Fluted Peak ) 6501
Tharpu Chuli ( Tent Peak ) 5663

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Individual evidence

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