In recent years, Island Peak Climbing has been a popular peak climbing destination due to its extraordinary beauty and the perfect mountain vista it provides. Island Peak, also called Imja Tse, is a mountain in the Everest area of Nepal that attracts many climbers. It is named as Island Peak because from Dingboche, it looks like an island in the middle of a sea of ice. This incredible Himalayan trek is intended for active, physically fit travelers who may not have much expertise with actual mountain climbing.
Island Peak (6189m) is a popular climbing destination due to its glaciated West Face, which rises from the Lhotse Glacier. In comparison to the other peaks, the Island Peak is easier to climb for the physically fit beginner who wants to try peak climbing for the first time.
In addition to the life-changing experience of summiting a mountain, climbing Island Peak in Nepal is a fantastic chance to learn more about the myths and stories that surround the Everest area. The trail leads us into the Khumbu region, where we can learn about the Sherpa people, see Everest Base Camp (at an altitude of 5,357 meters), and climb Kalapathar Peak for spectacular views of mountains like Nuptse, Lhotse, Everest, Ama Dablam, Cho Oyu, and many more.
Moon Himalaya Adventure invites you to experience the beauty of the mountains, the solitude of the wilderness, the challenge of the Everest region's trails, the thrill of a summit attempt, and the respite from the stresses of everyday life.