Rock Climbing in Nepal

Rock Climbing in Nepal
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Rock climbing in Nepal is a challenging and dangerous sport popular among the adventure lovers. Rock climbing in Nepal offers some marvelous and dizzying places for those who get their kicks from crawling up vertical cliffs. Rock climbing tour in Nepal is attractive as one of the hottest sports to accomplish for tourist and neighbors due to the breathtaking natural rock faces in splendid surroundings.

Nepal Rock climbing comprise of climbing the natural or artificial rock walls with the motive of summiting the formation. It might be a hazardous sport and make an understanding of accurate rock climbing performances and handling of dedicated climbing equipment for the harmless completion of routes. Rock climbing in Nepal has been one of the exciting sports in recent days, since this is the country with full of rocks and sloppy hills. This variety of sport primarily suits to those who wish to take challenge of climbing straight rocks, crawling up cliffs with the assist of their fingernails.

Nagarjuna forest and Shivapuri National Park offers best rock climbing option in Kathmandu. It is the preparation for climbing mountains and practicing for success. Rocks situated towards the north of Kathmandu valley are the best suitable for practice of rock climbing which can be combined with hiking, bird watching and other activities. The cliff located in this area is suitable for both beginners and professionals.

Other popular rock climbing site are the Hattiban Rock climbing site and Pasang Lhamu rock climbing training center site suitable for professionals.

Rock Climbing in Nepal Itinerary

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Day 1 : Arrival in Kathmandu.

Arrival in Kathmandu international airport than we transfer to Hotel in Thamel. And briefing about the rock climbing training.

Day 2-5 : Nagarjun rock climbing training center

After breakfast drive to Nagarjun rock climbing training center full day rock climbing practice evening back to hotel in Thamel.

Day 6 : Continue join next trip or back to own destination

Continue join next trip or back to own destination

Cost Includes

  • All airport pick up and drop
  • 4 days rock climbing training in Nagarjung forest .
  • All climbing equipments and lunch during rock climbing training.
  • a certificate of completion at the end of their training.
  • All governments taxes and permits
  • 5 nights accommodation stander hotel with BB plan.
  • Life Dream Adventure service charge .

Cost Excludes

Fequenty Asked Questions (FAQs)

What is rock climbing in Nepal?

Rock climbing in Nepal is a popular outdoor activity that involves scaling natural rock formations with the help of specialized equipment such as ropes, harnesses, and climbing shoes. Nepal offers a diverse range of rock climbing routes, from beginner-friendly routes to challenging ones for experienced climbers.

Where can I go rock climbing in Nepal?

There are several popular rock climbing destinations in Nepal, including Nagarjun Forest Reserve, Hattiban Rocks, Thamel Rock Climbing, and Bimal Nagar. Some of these locations are located near Kathmandu, while others require a longer trek.

Do I need to have prior experience to go rock climbing in Nepal?

No, you do not need to have prior experience to go rock climbing in Nepal. There are several beginner-friendly routes available, and experienced guides can provide training and support throughout the climb.

What equipment do I need for rock climbing in Nepal?

You will need specialized climbing equipment such as a helmet, climbing shoes, harness, and ropes. Most tour operators will provide this equipment, but you can also bring your own if you have it.

Is rock climbing in Nepal safe?

Yes, rock climbing in Nepal is generally considered safe. However, it's important to follow safety guidelines provided by your guide and use appropriate equipment. It's also recommended to choose a reputable tour operator with experienced guides.

What is the best time of year to go rock climbing in Nepal?

The best time to go rock climbing in Nepal is from September to November and from February to May when the weather is dry and cool. However, some climbing routes may be accessible year-round.

Can I combine rock climbing with other activities in Nepal?

Yes, there are several tour operators that offer combination packages that include rock climbing as well as other activities such as trekking, rafting, and sightseeing.

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