6000 Meter Peaks Of Nepal

6000 Meter Peaks Of Nepal

Nepal has always been on top choice for either beginner climbers or advance climbers who dreamed to climb higher. Nepal is a home of mountains where there are eight peaks of 8000 meter out of fourteen as well as there are more than 422 peaks which are more than 7000 meters. Similarly, there are around 297 peaks in Nepal which are 6000 meter from sea level. 6000 meter peaks in Nepal includes many trekking peaks which are listed in Nepal Mountaineering Association and Department of Tourism. Still there are many peaks which are not opened for climbing and haven’t climbed by anyone yet. Out of 297 peaks, 270 are owned by the Department of Tourism and 27 are owned by the Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA).


Trekking Experts offers wide ranges of peak climbing trip for all 6000 meter opened peaks and explore unclimbed peaks too. Island Peak, Mera Peak, Lobuche Peak, Saribung Peak, Chulu Far East, Yala Peak etc are most popular trekking peaks climbed by travelers. Out of 297 peaks which are 5500 meter to 6000 meters, we offer following featured trekking peaks to climb 6000 meter peaks. Based on your interest and request, we provide peak climbing services for all 6000-meter peaks too. We’ve classified some of 6000-meter peaks based on toughness to climb. We have classified peaks in grading system based on its difficulty to climb i.e.  Easy, Moderate and Challenging.


Some Easy 6000m Peaks

Yala Peak (alt. 5732m)

Naya Kanga Peak (5844m)

Mardi Himal Peak (alt. 5587m)

Chulu Far East Peak (6059m)

Bokta Peak (6114m)

Tharpu Chuli Peak (5663m)

Chhukung Ri Peak (5550m)

Larkya North Peak (6065m)

Ramdung Peak (5925m)


Some Moderate 6000m Peaks

Island Peak (6179m)

Mera Peak (6476m)

Lobuche East Peak (6119m)

Chulu East Peak (6584m)

Dhampus Peak (6012m)

Saribung Peak (6328m)



Some Challenging 6000m Peaks

Chulu West Peak (6584m)

Pisang Peak (6091m)

Singu Chuli Peak (6501m)

Mount Amadablam (alt. 6812m)