Two organizations control climbing expedition in Nepal. The ministry of tourism and civil aviation (MoTCA) is responsible for major expedition and the Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA) is responsible for trekking peaks. The rules is the higher the peak, the greater the fee.
The rules for mountaineering on major peaks require a minimum of six months advance application to the ministry of tourism and civil aviation for a climbing permit completed application, endorsement of National Alpine Club, of the country organization the expedition. Short biographies of all the members of expedition team (with photograph and signature) map and photograph of the mountain indicating climbing route and approach route map.
CLIMBING 'EXPEDITION PEAKS'
|Trekking Route||Trek Grade||Length|
|Mt. Everest South Face Expedition in Nepal||Hard||65 Days|
|Mt. Kanchenjunga Expedition||Hard||64 Days|
|Mt. Makalu Expedition in Nepal||Hard||60 Days|
|Mt. Dhaulagiri Expedition in Nepal||Hard||58 Days|
|Mt. Manaslu Expedition in Nepal||Hard||59 Days|
|Mt. Annapurna Expedition||Hard||56 Days|
|Mt. Pumori Expedition in Nepal||Hard||36 Days|
|Mt. Ama Dablam Expedition De||Hard||30 Days|
|Mt. Baruntse Expedition in Nepal||Hard||35 Days|
|Mt. Lhotse Expedition in Nepal||Hard||55 Days|
|Mt.Everest- North Ridge Expedition Tibet Side||Hard||50 Days|
|Mt. Langtang Lirung Expedition in Nepal||Hard||38 Days|