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Dear climbers and mountaineers
We take pleasure in offering you here a list of Himalayan peaks that are open for Mountaineering Expeditions in the Nepal Himalaya. Any person or group can climb these list of peaks upon the completion of all formalities as required by the Ministry of Tourism, His Majesty’s Government of Nepal.
Royalty and Size of Expedition Team
Realizing mountaineering as the back-bone of Nepal’s tourism industry, the Government of Nepal has made following decisions in a bid to make mountaineering royalty fee competitive amongst the neighbouring countries, promote mountains lying in remote and less privileged areas, and create environment to transform the seasonal mountaineering business operational round the year and materialize the concept of ‘Nepal for all Seasons’.
Provide discount of 50% in winter and Summer Season and 75% in Autumn Season keeping intact the Royalty Fee in Spring Season.
Increase the number of climbing member in an expedition from 12 to 15.
Provide 100% discount on Royalty Fee for mountains located in mid and Far Western Development Regions for 5 years.
Implement Incremental Royalty Break-down System (IRDS), a system under which permit fee increases with the increase in number of climbing members, on all mountains instead of lump sum per expedition having climbing members seven or less than that.
New Mountaineering Royalty (Effective from 01 Jan 2015)
Royalty for Foreign Climber per Person in US $
|Everest Normal Route
|Everest Other Route
|Others Mountain more than 8000m
|7501m – 7999m
|7000m – 7500m
|6501m – 6999m
|Mt. Amadablam (6812m)
|Less than 6500m
The Mountaineering Royalty has been totally waived to those mountains situated on mid western and far western development region of Nepal for 2070/04/01 – 2075/03/32 (16 July 2013 to 15 July 2018)