Mardi Himal Peak Climbing
Mardi Himal (5588 m) is one of the smaller peaks among the trekking peaks in Nepal. It is also the least climbing peaks. The peak is situated at the distance of less than 15 miles from Pokhara. The photograph which was taken by Baisl Good in the year 1953 drew attention of western climbers. The summit of the peaks offers breathtaking views of the Annapurna Range and Machhapuchhre (also known as fishtail). Superb views of Lamjung ranges, Annapurna ranges, picturesque village and diverse community with the majority of Gurung, Tamang, Bramhin and magnificent hilly landscapes will mesmerize you during the trek. This is one of the perfect treks that allow you to observe natural beauty and wildlife as well. Nepal’s national bird- Pheasant, national flowers- Rhododendron, Musk deer, Himalayan Thar, spotted deer, snow leopard and many more wildlife and several herbs, wild flower greets you in this region. The first accent to Mardi Himal was done in the year 1961. Climbing Mardi Himal is rather challenging and technical. It might be one of the smallest peaks, but the climbing difficulty is for professionals. The best season to attempt this climb is from March to November. The outlined itinerary for this trip is usually for 13 days, but it can be changed according to customer’s preference.