Expeditions to most of the major peak of Nepal must be booked well in advance and detailed itinerary planned with sufficient notice. We can organize all the necessary paper work and documentation as per choice and convenience as well as Sherpa experts and basic equipment up to the base camp.
These mini expedition involve trekking and Climbing of small scale peak. They mostly require rock climbing equipment. There are around 300 trekking peaks in Nepal. Among them 103 peaks are currently open for trekking and expeditions to blow your mind off.
1. The mountaineering royalty has 50% waived to Dhaulagiri peak from May 7, 2010 to 31st December 2011and for this period free visa is provided for Mt. Everest and Mt. Dhaulagiri summiteers (Cabinet Decision- May 7, 2010).
2. The mountaineering royalty has totally waived to Waden Pawel Scout Peak (5891m.) from 31th March, 2010 to 30th March 2012 (Cabinet Decision- May 7, 2010).
3. The mountaineering royalty has totally waived to those mountains situated on mid western and Far western development regions of Nepal for coming five years. (2065/04/01-2070/03/32 i.e. 16 July 2008- 15 July 2013).
For other Peaks climbing permission rule & regulation
The mountaineering expedition team has to take permit for the mountaineering expedition, one has to submit an application to the Ministry in the format as prescribed in Schedule-1.
(1) The leader of the mountaineering expedition team shall submit the report relating to mountaineering expedition in the format as prescribed in schedule - 12 in the Ministry in the time of debriefing in person before departure from the Kingdom of Nepal.
(2) The leader of mountaineering expedition team shall submit a detailed photographic report with a map of the route of the mountaineering expedition either in English or in Nepalese language to the Ministry within five months of the completion of the mountaineering expedition.
(3) The mountaineering expedition team while presenting the report with photographs under sub rule (2) shall enclose the at least a copy of photograph of each of the concerned mountain pick taken from the climbing route, photographs taken from base camp and other camps and if the team member has taken photograph from the pick such photograph to the Ministry
(4) If any mountaineering expedition team publishes a book or booklet relating to such mountaineering expedition after completion of the mountaineering expedition, the team shall send two copies of such book or booklets to the Ministry.
(5) If any mountaineering expedition team makes documentary film relating to its mountaineering expedition the team shall submit one copy of such film to the Ministry.
(6) Royalty may be exempted:
Not withstanding anything contained in this Regulation, Government may exempt full or partial royalty of the mountaineering expedition team under this Regulation by a notification published in the Nepal Gazette in the low pressure period for the mountaineering expedition of following mountain:
(a) Mountain in Low pressure,
(b) Mountain situated in the area which is underdeveloped from the economic or social development point of view,
(c) Mountain, which is technically easy and can be climbed in a short span of time.
(a) For the purpose of this Rule "low pressure period" means that period between 15 Jestha to 15 Bhadra (June to August) and first Poush to Falgun 15 (Mid Dec. to Feb.)
(b) Notwithstanding anything contained in this Regulation, Government may fully or partially exempt royalty to be paid under this Rule by the Nepalese mountaineering expedition team or to be paid by the member of the Nepalese mountaineering expedition team joined in the foreign mountaineering expedition team, by a notification published in the Nepal Gazette.
(8) Certificate to be Provided:
The Ministry shall provide a certificate of mountaineering expedition to the mountaineering expedition team and the member of such team for successful mountaineering expedition in the format as prescribed in schedule - 13.