David Gottlieb’s Adventures with Climb High

David Gottlieb, renowned US Mountaineer, always comes with Climb High when he visits Nepal:
The (above blog) shares my 5th trip with CHH. I have had nothing but great support from the airport to my advance base camp and back to Kathmandu. Feel free to ask me anything about my trips with CHH, I am planning another trip this fall (2012).

David used Climb High as the support company for his first ascent of Pangbuk Ri in fall 2011. Watch his excellent video from the summit below, or check out his blog at:http://alpineextreme.blogspot.co.uk/2011/11/awsome.html

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This is the basic route, with are last high camp site as the black triangle. We descended to the left of the flag and down the basin behind the left sky line

CIWEC Clinic

Climb High use the CIWEC Clinic in Kathmandu. CIWEC Clinic Travel Medicine Center is one of the most famous travel medicine clinics in the world. The clinic was established in 1982 to meet the need for a western standard clinic to treat foreign diplomats and aid workers in Nepal. During its 30 year journey, it has expanded its services from a small clinic set up in 1982, to a full service clinic cum hospital providing both outpatient and inpatient care. Check the CIWEC website here.

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Climb High Associated with Himalayan Rescue Association

The Himalayan Rescue Association coincidentally have their office adjacent to Climb High in Mandala Street, Thamel and recognise Climb High as a professional trekking company. Climb High use the services of HRA in case of altitude and other difficulties clients may encounter; notably at the HRA Health Post at Pheriche in the Khumbu region.

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Visit our New Office

Climb High Himalaya have a brand new office in the heart of Kathmandu. Mandala Street is a privately owned street, a quiet haven right in the middle of the bustling heart of Kathmandu, Thamel. Come and see Amber, Steve or Sange on the second floor for a chat about your trip, free wifi, and advice about anything in Nepal.