One of the thrilling and exciting adventures you can explore in Nepal is Rock Climbing. For this adventure, you need both physical and mental fitness. That’s why one that often tests a climber’s endurance balance, the mental capability of controlling and strength. Climbers also need to have knowledge about techniques and equipment for climbing. All the climbing instructors will be there for you to guide for the safe completion of the routes. It also differentiates as per the height and weight of the climber.

There are five main rock-climbing sites in and around Kathmandu. For the beginners and intermediated Nagarjun forest site is the best one. It is situated in 3km north-west from Kathmandu. Next is the Hattiban Rock Climbing site where you can enjoy climbing in the sunlight as the site faces to the south. It has 10 routes for climbing. Thame Rock Climbing site is the next most alluring site situated in eastern Nepal in the Khumbu region, 3800m above from the sea level. The natural rock there is 200m tall with adventurous structure and 17 climbing routes.

Likewise, Balaju Rock Climbing is the next site inside Kathmandu with 21 routes for climbing. And the next is Bimal Nagar Rock Climbing site on the way to Pokhara, 140km away from Kathmandu. There you can climb the 60m rock. So, if you are an adventure activist, you must not miss climbing these breath-taking rocks of the Himalayan country Nepal.