Island peak Climbing is one of the most popular Peak in Nepal. It was first conquered by an expedition team that was preparing to climb Mt. Everest in the year 1953. The summit of this peak is a little bit difficult to climb however descent is comparatively easier and faster. The scene from the summit is incomparable as well as captivating.
Island Peak Trekking leads us through the rich countryside which is also a melting pot of both Nepalese as well as Tibetan cultures. Likewise, the journey also offers some of the most bewitching scenery of Khumbu and Dingboche. The stone village filled with Buddhist shrines excites us towards the ice climbing of the mountain.
Island Peak is a lofty challenge and most sought after a peak in and is also one of the busiest peaks of Nepal. Island Peak has some technical sections for which you will require technical skills during the climbing. Imja Tse is surrounded by a sea of glaciers and this trip and also be combined along with Everest Base Camp Trek. Island Peak offers us beautiful trekking through the Khumbu region where you will be mesmerized by the beauty of this region.
Island Peak Climbing is a sublime effort. Island peak otherwise known as Imja Tse stands at the altitude of 6189m above the sea level. It is located at the beautiful Imja Valley on the Everest Region. It is named Island Peak as it looks like an island in a sea of ice from Dingboche. This peak is the most searched trekking peak in the world.In comparison to other mountain peaks, this peak is relatively difficult to climb. The Island Peak climb is straight forward with some technical section (300m) in the beginning and near to the summit. However, with the experienced trekking guide and your own determination make you succeed in the mission of island peak mountaineering.