Island Peak Climbing Overview
Island Peak Climbing Nepal is home to over 5,000 peaks, a few of which can explore and summit. Island Peak or, as it is locally called, Imja Tse, reaches 6,173 m (20,252 ft) and is one of the most popular peaks for moderately experienced climbers. Island Peak is not as technical as some but does require basic snow climbing skills. The trip initiates in Kathmandu where we embark on a flight to Lukla, the entryway to the Everest region. During our trek up the Khumbu Valley, famous for its fascinating villages and hospitable inhabitants, we will see Mt. Amadablam and Mt. Lhotse and will be walking on the Checking Glacier and on the famous Lhotse Shar trekking trail.
Island Peak Climbing trip will be full of panoramic views of Everest mountain ranges as we traverse the Everest and Gokyo Valleys. Climbing Island Peak is possible during the months of October, November, December, March, April, and May. Be sure to contact Shiva Excursion now for the best possible price for this exciting opportunity. Our guides are highly experienced, and we will take care of all permits and documentation. Please, see Island Peak Climbing below for more detail.