Island Peak also known as Imja Tse is one of the most popular trekking peaks in Nepal for climbing on Himalayas . The combination of Everest base camp trek and Island Peak climbing is probably the best trip in Nepal adored by adventure seekers. From Dingboche the mountain is seen as an island in a sea of ice. Imja Tse not only provides an enjoyable climb but also provides some of the most spectacular scenery of Himalayas in the Everest region. Seen from the summit the giant mountains, Nuptse (7,879m), Lhotse (8,501m), Lhotse Middle Peak (8,410m) and Lhotse Shar (8,383m) make a semi circle in the north. The views of Makalu (8475m) in the east, Baruntse and Amadablam in the south add more charm in climbing Island Peak . For many mountaineers climbing Island Peak marks the beginning of climbing on Himalayas to prepare for a big Himalaya expedition in Nepal in the later years. For some mountaineers the peak stands for the purpose of acclimatization before heading to bigger mountain climbing. Trekking to Kaalapatthar or Everest base camp is best suited for acclimatization before proceeding to the climbing on Island Peak .
Mera Peak (6654m) is the highest and the permitted peak to climb. Stunning panorama showcasing in the route of five of the worlds eight thousand peaks Mt. Everest, Kanchenjunga, Makalu, Cho-oyu, and Lhotse can be seen while climbing this peak. The peak stands to the south of Everest and makes dominates to the wide and thickly forested valley below. The trek follows by a climb in the standard route along the Mera La gives a few days of relaxation on the way to Tibet tour and Bhutan visit can be possible, when the snow falls excessively and the mouths of crevasses are open and the path can be strenuous for the experienced mountaineers. To climb Mera Peak, Ramdung Expedition provides experienced mountain guides climbing guides, other staffs and all the necessary arrangements to make your climbing memorable and enjoyable.
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