In Nepal, “Trekking Peak” is a term applied by the Nepalese authorities to peaks under 6,500 m, which has easy access and does not need the logistics of a major expedition.
The label (trekking peak) is often misinterpreted as “easy” climbing requiring no technical climb. However, their technical difficulties and objective dangers vary enormously and should not be taken lightly as they offer a good challenge to any amateur climbers.
First successful K2 Winter ascent has finally been made!!! At 16:58 local time, Saturday the 16th of January 2021, a team of 10 Nepalese mountaineers made the first successful winter ascent of K2, the second highest mountain in the world and the last 8000er to be climbed in winter. An emotional moment was shared when the […]