|Climb High Client Turker Sengul M.D. from Turkey sent us this great photo of him on Island Peak|
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 state 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 - Climb High have a fixed departure trip going to Lobuche East this spring, and are offering a climbing service including base camp services and climbing guide only for just $1000! Trek to base camp under your own steam and we’ll take you to the top – a low cost solution.
Fixed summit date: 24 April 2015
US$ 1000 per person
Lobuche East is a 6119m trekking peak just near Everest and is ideal for the non-technical climber – see our Lobuche East page
Climb High has an Ama Dablam Expedition on 20th October..
Please email us at: email@example.com
Climb High has been featured and recommended in both The Independent (UK Daily National newspaper) and International Travel News – click on the articles to view.
|Nepal Mountaineering Association||Lonely Planet Recommended||Nepal Tourism Ministry||Trekking Agencies Association of Nepal||Nepal Tourist Board|