Welcome to Climb High

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Climb High Client Turker Sengul M.D. from Turkey sent us this great photo of him on Island Peak

Nepal Earthquake – News 

Coming to Nepal

We would like to notify all of our clients that Nepal really needs their business; the people of Nepal need work and are desperate that the tourist trade carries on so that they can rebuild. There is no objective danger to you, and although trekking facilities are somewhat affected there is still plenty of tourist infrastructure intact enough to cope by this autumn. So we hope that all clients will come this autumn to help the country to get back on its feet. Your trip should, in the main, be unaffected and people will be grateful for your help as they know everyone will have thoughts about visiting Nepal.

All Climb High clients on treks and climbs have been reported as safe. Some Climb High staff have suffered damage to homes and those of their families, and we are currently involved in trying to help them with supplies. If you’d like to help or send a cash donation, get in touch – this is a very direct and practical way of helping Nepalis and you know that 100% of your money will go directly to those needing assistance.

The Climb High office in Mandala Street is fully open and running; please come and see us anytime!

The best current contact for Climb High is the normal cellphone number for Amber Thapa – (977) 981 8511 295.


 

Climb High is a travel, tour, trekking and expedition company with a difference.

Based in Nepal, we have strong UK and US connections which enable us to deliver stateThe Original Nepal Glacier School of the art trips whilst losing none of the flavour and culture of traditional Nepali hospitality. Our staff have worked with many organisations from throughout the world and we are able to organise any type of trip for you and your group in Nepal – give us a call!

We also come recommended by many including the British Army, top US mountaineers and the Independent.

We have a fantastic new office in the modern hub at the centre of Kathmandu’s tourist area – Mandala Street. This pedestrian street of cafes, shops and trekking offices provides a quiet haven from the noise of Thamel – come and visit us for a chat and coffee with no obligation.

Our team in the office of Ang Sange, Amber Thapa and Abhi Rai will give you information on the trips we can organise for you – from Everest Base Camp to safaris in Chitwan, and rafting or mountain biking excursions for all abilities. We’d love to see you, so come and visit us any time on the second floor.

We also have representatives in the UK, Germany and Australia – see our contact page for details if you’d like to speak to them directly.

News – The Government of Nepal has released a statement about the current trekking and tourism infrastructure and reassuring tourists that things are safe – see here

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 Glacier School fixed departure 7th October 2015 from Kathmandu – join now! For more information click here
Poon Hill Trek, Annapurna Region – fixed departure 19th December click here
Everest Base Camp Fixed Departure Treks – 10th October, 25th October 17 days click here
Annapurna Circuit Trek 21 days 15th October and 1st November – click here
Island Peak fixed departures 15th October and 1st November – click here

Baruntse expedition poster 2015Ama Dablam expedition  poster 2015
Autumn/Fall 2015 Expeditions

Please email us at: info@climbhighhimalaya.com

Our preferred travel agent for booking your flights is Cheapflights – why not get a quote from them when booking your trip to visit Climb High in Nepal?

Climb High in the IndependentClimb High has been featured and recommended in both The Independent (UK Daily National newspaper) and International Travel News – click on the article to view.

 

Nepal Mountaineering AssociationRecommended in Lonely PlanetTourist Ministry of Nepal RegisteredTrekking Agencies Association of NepalNepal Tourist Board Registered
Nepal Mountaineering AssociationLonely Planet RecommendedNepal Tourism MinistryTrekking Agencies Association of NepalNepal Tourist Board