7000 Meter Peaks Of Nepal

7000 Meter Peaks Of Nepal

If you would like to climb tougher than 6000 meter peaks, we suggest to you climb 7000-meter peaks. If you are planning to scale any 8000 meter peaks in future, we strongly suggest you climb any 600-meter peaks or 7000-meter peaks as preparatory expedition. It will give you idea about mountaineering, some training and you can adjust yourself with the high altitude. There are 422 peaks are opened for climbing. Among them, 72 peaks are above 7000 meters which are opened for climbing.


Trekking Experts offers wide ranges of expedition trips to climb 7000-meter peaks in Nepal. Putha Hinchuli, Himlung, Ratna Chuli, Baruntse, Chamlang are the most popular 7000-meter peaks climbed in Nepal. Based on your interest and request, we provide peak climbing services for all 7000-meter peaks too. We’ve classified some of 700-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 7000m Peaks

Mount Putha Hiunchuli (alt. 7246m)

Mount Himlung (alt. 7126m)


Some Moderate 7000m Peaks

Mount Baruntse (alt. 7129m)

Mount Churen (alt. 7385m)

Tilicho Peak (alt. 7134m)


Some Challenging 7000m Peaks

Mount Ama Dablam (alt. 6812m) (we’ve listed Amadablam in 7000-meter even its 6812 because of its toughness)

Gangapurna Peak (7455m)

Pumori Peak (7161m)

Ganesh I Peak (7429m)