8000 Meter Peaks Of Nepal

8000 Meter Peaks Of Nepal

Nepal is home for 8000-meter giant mountains in the world. There are fourteen 8000-meters mountains in the world and out of them 8 are situated in Nepal including highest mountain in the world. All eight 8000-meters mountains are opened for climbing.


List of 8000-meter Mountains in Nepal:


Second highest mountain, Mount K2 (8611m) is located in Pakistan. Also ninth highest peak Mount Nanga Parbat (8125m), eleventh highest mountain Mount Gasherbrum I (8080m), twelfth highest mountain Mount Broad Peak (8051m) and thirteenth highest mountain Gasherbrum II (8034m) are also situated in Pakistan. And the last eight thousander Mountain Sishapangma (8027m) is situated in Tibet, China. Trekking Experts operates expedition to climb these 8000-meter mountains.


For your general information, we’ve classified 8000-meter peaks based on its toughness to climb. We have classified mountains in grading system based on its difficulty to climb in its’ group i.e.  Easy, Moderate and Challenging.


Some Easy 8000m Peaks

Mount Cho Oyu (alt. 8201m)

Mount Manaslu (alt. 8156m)

Mount Lhotse (alt. 8516m)


Some Moderate 8000m Peaks

Mount Makalu (alt. 8463m)

Mount Dhaulagiri (alt. 8167m)

Mount Sishapangma (alt. 8027m)

Mount Gasherbrum I (alt. 8080m)

Mount Gasherbrum II (alt. 8034m)

Mount Broad Peak (alt. 8051m)



Some Challenging 8000m Peaks

Mount K2 (alt. 8611m)

Mount Nanga Parbat (alt. 8125m)

Mount Annapurna I (alt. 8091m)

Mount Kanchejunga (alt. 8586m)

Mount Everest (alt. 8848m)