"Island Peak Climbing - Best Climbing Experience for Seasoned & Novice Climbers"
Island Peak Climbing in Nepal is the most popular climbing adventure. It is suitable for both experienced climbers as well as for first-timers. Moreover, the peak climbing itinerary comes along with the Everest Base Camp Trekking.
The peak is also called the Imja Peak in the local language. Imja refers to the landmass in the middle of a lake or a white crystal diamond. It is indeed the most beautiful peak after Amadablam in Everest Region. It is the pride of Dingboche and Chhukung Valley of Khumbu. The increase in the popularity of this peak is its location as well as the technical aspect of climbing.
Journey of Island Peak Climbing in Everest region of Nepal follows the trail of Everest Base Camp Trek. As part of the acclimatization trek before climbing most of the climbers prefer the Everest Base Camp hike. It serves well for the successful ascent of the peak.
After the visit to Everest Base Camp, climbers follow the trail of Chhukung Valley via Dingboche towards Island Peak Base Camp. Last-minute training, gears check and altitude adjustment is made. Early in the morning around 1-2 am the climbing starts. There are 2-3 places where climbers have to use the ladder. We have a highly experienced Sherpa for climbers' assistance. Therefore, heed the instructions of Sherpa during ascent and descent. Ridge walking is the most exciting during the climbing. The top offers plenty of mountain vistas including the best view of Mt. Lhotse.
Book the Island Peak Climbing in Nepal with us. Our Sherpa is a world record holder with whom climbers can get acquainted. Yolo Hike ensures the safety of our climbers through expert trip planning and crew members.