Nepal 6000 M Peaks

Nepal 6000 M Peaks

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Sign the Climber's Log

Nepal 6000 metre peaks

Listed in Alphabetical order:
Ama Dablam


Imja Tse-Island Peak

South-East Flank/South-West Ridge

Kongde Ri


Kyajo Ri

En tente cordiale

Lobuche East


Mera Peak

Hongu Valley



Thorong Ri


Getting There

To get to Nepal you will have to fly from either India, Thailand or Singapore. To get to New Delhi India try (there are many others).

Air India

British Airways

Air France

Air Canada

Kuwait Airlines

Qatar Airways



Royal Air Nepal

Red Tape

There are permits required. These can be arranged by yourself or the firm that you hire to support your team. There is also an entry visa to Nepal. The below can be of help. Permits The General Secretary, Nepal Mountaineering Association Post Box No. 1435, Kathmandu.

External Links

Ama Dablam

Imja Tse/Island Peak

Kongde Ri
  • Trekking in Nepal
    Trekking/Climbing site with information about summitting Kongde/Kwande

Mera Peak


Helping the Sherpa community

There are several organizations dedicated to helping the Sherpa community. Here are just two. Should you wish to contribute to this worthwhile cause contact either of the following organizations though the information below.

The Sir Edmond Hillary Foundation The Sir Edmond Hillary Foundation 222 Jarvis Street Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5B 2B8 (416) 941-3315

The American Himalayan Foundation The American Himalayan Foundation 909 Montgomery Street, suite 400 San Francisco CA 94133 Telephone (415) 288-7245 Fax (415) 434-3130

Vocational Tibetan Expedition Mountaineering School For further information please contact: Nima Tsering at: Fax: +86 891 633 6366 E-mail: Hans Schallenberger at: Fax: +852 2646 5301 E-mail:

Guiding Companies

If you are not able to be on an Official Expedition try one of these guided ascents.

  • Alpine Ascents International
  • Adventure Consultants
  • Himalaya Expeditions
  • Earth Treks
  • Jagged Globe
  • Mountain-Link Expeditions
  • Mountain Madness
  • Mountain Odyssey
  • Adventure Peaks

    Additions and CorrectionsPost an Addition or Correction

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    BigLee - May 30, 2006 7:28 am - Voted 6/10

    More peaks please

    What about adding 6000 peaks not on SP top this page. There's more than 8 6000m peaks in Nepal! At the moment this page doesn't serve any purpose, sorry.

    William Marler

    William Marler - May 30, 2006 2:37 pm - Hasn't voted

    Re: More peaks please

    Hi. You are right. There are tonnes of more 6000 metre peaks in Nepal. This is just a list of those on SP at the moment. I can't add ones where I have no personal data or data from other SP members. When these peaks are gradually added over time by you or other members including hopefully myself. They can go on this list. We can't just grab information from all over including images we have not taken ourselves. That as you can understand would lead (and had lead) to problems. I agree with you this list (page) serves no real purpose at the moment. I started it but am at a loss as to where to take it. I am busy at work these days so I have not put the time in required to make this a page of note. I can add a list of the names of peaks that have yet to be submitted. Thus prompting SPers who are travelling to take notes and add these if they are in the area. I will do so when time permits. Thanks for the comment and cheers William

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    Children refers to the set of objects that logically fall under a given object. For example, the Aconcagua mountain page is a child of the 'Aconcagua Group' and the 'Seven Summits.' The Aconcagua mountain itself has many routes, photos, and trip reports as children.