Nepal is the destinaton place for expedition. our goal is to get as many members to the summit as possible & even more importantly return safely home. However, because of the nature of Everest Expedition, the highest and one of the more difficult mountains in the world, we cannot guarantee everything. We strive to conduct a safe, successful and enjoyable experience, and will do everything possible to achieve each of these goals.
After final preparations for the historic Everest Expedition in Kathmandu, we'll fly to Lukla and begin our teahouse trek up the Khumbu Valley to Everest Base Camp (E.B.C). We will establish our base camp at 5300m at the foot of the notorious Khumbu Icefall before making our way to Camp 01 at 6200m. We'll climb to Camp 02 at 6600m smacks in the middle of the Western Cwm, up the Lhotse face to Camp 03 at 7200m. Finally, we'll head up the South Col to Camp 04 at ~8000m before making our Everest summit push.
Yala Peak is one of Nepal's easier trekking peaks, just to the north of Kathmandu in the beautiful Langtang valley region, this 5500 meters peak does not require mountaineering experience. From Kathmandu we drive to Dhunche or Syabru Bensi,
Pisang Peak (6092 m.) is considered as one of the easier climbing peaks among the trekking peaks of Nepal. The Pisang Peak has majestically stood up above the village of Pisang and has formed the shape of pyramid in the summit. Our trekking starts
Situated at an altitude of 21,825 ft. above the sea level, Mera Peak is the highest of all Nepal's official trekking peaks. The peak is located in the Hinku Valley. It is a challenging and thrilling task even for the adventurers to climb Mera's summit,
Mount Chulu East (6,584M.) was first ascended in 1955 by a German expedition via the northeast ridge. It forms an integral part of Manang Himal combining both the peaks, Chulu East and chulu east, which ultimately combined with Damodar Himal
A magnificent circuit of the Everest region with a challenging ascent of Island Peak (6189mt.) is a wonderful trek that takes us first of all into the heart of the Khumbu as we follow in the footsteps of the great Everest climbers through Namche Bazaar towards
Chulu East and Chulu West are the two famous peaks for climbing in Annapurna Region. Among the two, Chulu West is the highest one. It is also called Chulu Central. This peak was first ascended in 1952 by a Japanese Expedition Team. It lies to the north
Situated in Annapurna Sanctuary in the Annapurna Himal, Tent Peak is locally known as Tharpu Chuli. It was nicknamed " Tent Peak" by Jimmy Roberts in 1956. The peak lies at an altitude of 5663mt. above the sea level. Located in the heart of Annapurna
Lobuche East (6,119mt.) and Lobuche West (6,145mt.) are popularly known as ‘Lhauche’ among the Locals. This majestic summit rises above the town of Lhauche which is just a few kilometer away from the Mt. Everest. Lobuche consists of two different summits,
The Snow Saddle - is another beautiful mountain which rises majestically to a saddle shaped summit from Khumbu and Hinku valley and sits next to another prominent mountain Kangtega to the south. Thamserku's best view is from above Phortse,
Ramdung (5930m) peak is situated to the south of Na in the upper Rolwaling area. It is also called Ramdung Go. The peaks in the area were first explored by Scottish Himalayan Expedition led by Bill Murray in 1952. The team climbed three of the peaks
Pachharmo peak (6273m) lies south of the Tesi Lapcha and, when seen from the pass the mountain is really attractive. It is a straightforward snow peak first climbed in 1955 along a well defined north-by-northwest ridge rising from a relatively flat, but crevassed,
Naya Kang (5,844m), formerly known as Ganja La Chuli lies in the lap of the most perfect alpine landscape in the world, the Langtang region. Regarded as the second largest national park in Nepal, Langtang National Park has healthy forests of rhododendron,
Paldor Peak 5,896m is located in the Ganesh Himal, northwest of Katmandu. The name Ganesh is taken from the elephant-headed Hindu god of good luck, probably the most popular goddess in the Kathamndu valley. It was Frist climbed by John Cleare
Mardi Himal is the most southerly peak of the Annapurna range. It is the lowest and least climbed peak. The photograph of the Mardi Himal, taken in 1953 by Baisl Good fellow, first drew the attention of western climbers. The first ascent to the Mardi Himal
Singu Chuli Peak (6501m) is also known as the fluted peak. It was first scaled by Wilf Noyce and David Cox via North East Face. The peak is proven to be very difficult to climb for most commercial climbing groups who wish to concentrate on Tent Peak.