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Rock Climbing in Nepal

Rock Climbing in Nepal
Rock Climbing in Nepal

Rock climbing in Nepal is an activity in which you will climb up or across natural rock formations or man-made rock walls with the goal of reaching the summit of a formation or the endpoint of a pre-defined route.

Rock climbing is generally differentiated by its need for the use of the climber’s hands to hold his or her own weight in order to make the balance. Rock climbing is a physically and mentally demanding sport, one that often tests a climber’s strength, endurance, agility, and balance along with his or her mental control.

It can be a dangerous sport and knowledge of proper climbing techniques with the skill of usage of specialized climbing equipment is crucial for the safe completion of routes.

Rock climbing areas in Nepal:

1. Nagarjun Forest – 20 minutes drive from Kathmandu

Nagarjuna Rock Climbing which is 3 kilometer far from Kathmandu city which has twenty routes and

the best place for beginners and the experience. Nagarjuna Rock Climbing is suitable for intermediate as

well as professional climbers.

In brief Best Season: Except monsoon season Jun, July & August.

Itinerary: Full day Included: Group Climbing rope & Rock gears, equipment and transportation with Lunch.

2. Hattiban – 1 hour drive from Kathmandu

Hattiban Rock Climbing which is 9 kilometer north of Kathmandu city spot is for professionals where they can enjoy top level grades climbing. There are eight routes which are well bolted. We provide you site briefing, travel arrangements; lunch, climbing gears and professional IFMGA field Guides.

In brief Best Season: Except monsoon season Jun, July & August.

Itinerary: Full day Included: Group Climbing rope & Rock gears, equipment and transportation with Lunch.

3. Bimal Nagar – On the way to Pokhara

Rock Climbing in Bimal Nagar is very good rock wall for climbing, where you can enjoy the view of Mt. Manaslu and Marshyandi River which in newly open rock climbing

In brief Best Season: Except monsoon season Jun, July & August.

Itinerary: Full day Included: Group Climbing rope & Rock gears, equipment and transportation with Lunch.

4. Pokhara at Mountaineering Museum

In Pokhara an artificial climbing wall named  after French Alpinist Maurice Herzog, the first mountaineering ever to summit an 8000m peak Annapurna

Rock climbing in Nepal is an activity in which you will climb up or across natural rock formations or man-made rock walls with the goal of reaching the summit of a formation or the endpoint of a pre-defined route.

Rock climbing is generally differentiated by its need for the use of the climber’s hands to hold his or her own weight in order to make the balance. Rock climbing is a physically and mentally demanding sport, one that often tests a climber’s strength, endurance, agility, and balance along with his or her mental control.

It can be a dangerous sport and knowledge of proper climbing techniques with the skill of usage of specialized climbing equipment is crucial for the safe completion of routes.

Rock climbing areas in Nepal:

1. Nagarjun Forest – 20 minutes drive from Kathmandu

Nagarjuna Rock Climbing which is 3 kilometer far from Kathmandu city which has twenty routes and

the best place for beginners and the experience. Nagarjuna Rock Climbing is suitable for intermediate as

well as professional climbers.

In brief Best Season: Except monsoon season Jun, July & August.

Itinerary: Full day Included: Group Climbing rope & Rock gears, equipment and transportation with Lunch.

2. Hattiban – 1 hour drive from Kathmandu

Hattiban Rock Climbing which is 9 kilometer north of Kathmandu city spot is for professionals where they can enjoy top level grades climbing. There are eight routes which are well bolted. We provide you site briefing, travel arrangements; lunch, climbing gears and professional IFMGA field Guides.

In brief Best Season: Except monsoon season Jun, July & August.

Itinerary: Full day Included: Group Climbing rope & Rock gears, equipment and transportation with Lunch.

3. Bimal Nagar – On the way to Pokhara

Rock Climbing in Bimal Nagar is very good rock wall for climbing, where you can enjoy the view of Mt. Manaslu and Marshyandi River which in newly open rock climbing

In brief Best Season: Except monsoon season Jun, July & August.

Itinerary: Full day Included: Group Climbing rope & Rock gears, equipment and transportation with Lunch.

4. Pokhara at Mountaineering Museum

In Pokhara an artificial climbing wall named  after French Alpinist Maurice Herzog, the first mountaineering ever to summit an 8000m peak Annapurna

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