Mardi Himal Peak Climbing overview
Located on the south Part of Annapurna Range and separated from mount Machhapuchhare. Mardi peak is the most preserved mountain and perfect destination for mountain climbers. Mardi Himal peak climbing is a short duration climbing activity in Nepal.
As it can be done in short amount of time, Mardi himal peak climbing can be beneficial to those climbers who have busy schedule.
Trip provides an opportunity to explore local village culture, tradition, their languages and hospitable society along with the wide mountain ranges.During the trek; you can see the exceptional views of wide mountain ranges such as Mount Annapurna, Mount Annapurna South, Mount Hiunchuli, Mount Machhapuchhare and Mount Mardi. You can explore the local animals, birds, flowers.
Beauty of the trip
Animals such as Yak, musk deer, Sheep, Rhododendron (Rhododendron is the National flower of Nepal), Pheasant (Himalayan Pheasant is the national bird of Nepal)etc and less-crowd during the trekking trip can be another interesting factor to attract to summit of mardi.
We suggest the mountain climber that, they should have the basic knowledge of climbing and the use of climbing equipment; which leads to better bonding with the climbing guide and ultimately supports for the easiness while climbing.
This is how our peak climbing in Nepal is highly successful with our extra special Sherpas and advanced peak climbers. As Mardi himal is by the side of a holy mountain, you will have great view of Annapurna range and the valley by pokhara city.
Mardi Himal Peak Climbing difficulty
Mardi peak 5587 meter/18325 feet is not a hard peak climbing. Less explored region of Nepal, away from the eye of climbers this peak will be fun more, thrill less.
Most of the climb is ice climbing and there is rarely a vertical climb in route to the summit of mardi peak. Low altitude climb is easy but the view is stunning from the summit. Because of the location of this peak, you can see contrast of valley and the mountains at once.
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