Wall climbing

Rock climbing is the sport of climbing sheer rock faces and outcroppings, using specialized equipment and climbing techniques. The principles of rock climbing are similar those of mountain climbing; rock climbing is not directed at an ascent to the peak of a mountain, and the suitable rock formations for sport climbing can occur in any elevation. Wall climbing is a sport that is a man made creation; wall climbing is a miniaturized form of rock climbing, where the participants climb artificial surfaces constructed from wood or other materials and built either indoors or outdoors. Both rock climbing and wall climbing are a part of the growing group of activities often classed as extreme sports.

Rock climbing first began as an organized activity in the hills of England's Lake District in the 1880s, with the climbs attempted on the face of the sheer 115 ft rock (35 m) outcropping called "Nap's Needle." The sport also became popular as a training aid for mountaineers intent upon climbing various peaks in the European Alps in the later part of the nineteenth century, as the mountaineers sought out very difficult individual sections of boulder or rock face upon which to train for their expeditions.

As per our flexible time we go to climbing center either it would be PasangLhamu Sports climbing center or Astrek climbing wall.  After getting inside one of the staff explained about the center and gave us instructions and all the saftey tips. Then we wrapped the belt around our body and started climbing. During our climbing time we would be guided by instructers. We will be starting with the 0 level which will be very easy and won't be having any problem while climbing it.
We will be taking rest for a while and then move to other levels that would be little difficult than 0 level climb. We will try our best for climbing and it would be really a good experience and enjoyable as well. 
  • Transportation
  • Salary for guide
  • Welcome & Farewell Dinners
  • Entrance
  • All theequipments


  • All personal expenses, including Nepal Visa (for country entrance)
  • Personal medical and evacuation insurance
  • Tips
  • Personal purchases.

Climbing Equipment’s

  • Climbing ropes
  • Harness
  • Climbing helmet
  • Rock climbing shoes
  • Belay device
  • Chalk
  • Chalk bags
  • Carabineers
  • Quickdraw


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Trip-Code: WPP-002-WC
Destination: Nepal
Region: Kathmandu
Altitude: 1400 M
Season: All
Difficulty: Medium
Duration: 1

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