Himalayan Mountains

Climbing the Himalayan mountains gives opportunities for all abilities, from the seasoned trekker to the extreme mountaineer. Have a look at our range of Himalayan peaks to climb and enjoy, which are all professionally guided and organised. With such a varied feast of Himalayan mountains to climb, we have chosen a few of the favourites as guided trips which will enable you experience the joy of climbing in this part of the world. 

Mount Everest is in the high Khumbu right on the border with Tibet and we offer expeditions for small groups of experienced climbers to ascend the South East ridge. We also can provide logistics for private expeditions. In the 6000m range of so-called 'trekking peaks' (this is an administrative allocation based on royalty fees, and has no association with the technicality of the climb) we offer such iconic mountains as Island Peak (also known as Imja Tse), which was a training peak used by Hillary and Tenzing in 1953, Mera Peak in the Barun Conservation area, Yala Peak at the top end of the Langtang Valley, and Parcharmo Peak in the Rolwaling district. Some expeditions cover multiple peaks and passes that include more technical crossings over the Amphu Lapcha Pass and the easier Kongma La. 

The valleys throughout the Nepalese Himalaya are well trodden and the approach routes to these peaks have many villages where you can enjoy local hospitality and buy stores. Nowadays mountain tourism has made its mark though, and it is important to tread lightly in these fragile environments. Waste management is a problem in the Himalayas, and it is up to the visitors to set a good example. Our trips support local initiatives like porters rest stations, plus we have helped to fund clinics and monasteries and schools in the solu Khumbu. 

A visit to Nepal to climb the Himalayas is a rite of passage for any climber or even trekker, and our trips offer first class guiding and support with an emphasis on sustainable growth in the region.