Rock Climbing

Trip Descriptions

Rock Climbing: A step by step route to the giant mountains

Within its boundaries, eight of the world’s 14 highest mountains, epic glens and flowing rivers with nature’s unique characteristics that run from gentle to ferocious, Nepal is one of the most famous outdoor destinations on the planet. But the many that come out here for vacations of any kind are beginning to realise that the adventure scene is far more than just trekking.
Rock climbing in Nepal is a formidable sport for outdoor lovers. Several areas for Rock climbing are situated towards the north of Kathmandu and some areas can be found near by Pokhara & in the Everest region; Chhomrong is based in the Annapurna region and Khumbu Rock climbing is in the Everest region. Heading out to any of these places can be combined with hiking, bird watching, nature tours and other activities. If you wish to go in for rock climbing with professional Rock and Mountain Guides, we will provide you IFMGA Guides who are trained to keep you safe enough while enjoying the sport at the same time. 

Below follows a few briefs on some areas for rock climbing and what they do:

Hattiban [close by to Kathmandu]

Climbing areas determined are for professionals where they can enjoy top level grades for climbing. There are eight routes which are well bolted. We provide you site briefing, travel arrangements; lunch, climbing gears and professional IFMGA field Guides.

Hattiban is located 15 km south west of Kathmandu valley.


The Rock climbing spots hereabouts have twenty routes and are an ideal site for beginners, intermediates, as well as professional climbers. All routes are well bolted.

Nagarjun is located 3km North West of Kathmandu valley via Balaju by pass.

Khumbu [Everest region]

Rock climbing in this key region offers you fascinating rock climbing with views of the Everest Region while enjoy your sport.

Chhomrong [Annapurna region]

Rock climbing in this beautiful region is a wonderful delight while you enjoy the sport in natural geographical areas ideal for enjoying this sport amidst natural mountain settings.

All Guides provided by us are certified Himalaya Guides with IFMGA credentials.

What do we mean by IFMGA Credentials?  

If an individual trainee [experienced in mountain climbing] reaches the highest level of certification in each discipline they automatically become an IFMGA member and are an IFMGA licensed guide. IFMGA means International Federated Mountain Guides Association and is the English translation of Union Internationale des Associations de Guide de Montagne (UIAGM). IFMGA guides are given a pin and a card, identifying them as a licensed guide. The process of obtaining IFMGA credentials can cost upwards of US$30,000 and takes about 5 years overall to complete the certification process.