The Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA) manages a list of trekking peaks in Nepal known as the NMA Peaks. These peaks are considered technically less challenging compared to the major expedition peaks but still offer exciting climbing opportunities. Here is some information about NMA Peaks and permit fees:
It’s important to note that the permit fees and regulations for NMA Peaks are subject to change. It is advisable to consult with authorized trekking agencies, the Nepal Mountaineering Association, or the Department of Tourism in Nepal for the most up-to-date information on permit fees, regulations, and application procedures for climbing NMA Peaks.
Climbers should also ensure they have the necessary experience, physical fitness, and appropriate equipment to attempt the chosen NMA Peak. Engaging with experienced climbing operators or professional mountaineering guides is highly recommended for a safe and successful climbing expedition.