Expedition in Nepal

Everest Expedition


Join us on our expedition to climb Everest, the highest mountain in the world with top climbing Sherpas and leaders via the North Col route.

Cho Oyu Expedition

Cho Oyu is the 6th highest peak in the world (8201 meters) and it is located on the Tibet and Nepal border. It was first summited in 1954 by an Austrian and Tibetan Expedition. Cho Oyu is technically easier than most other eight thousand meter peaks. We will climb Cho Oyu via the West Face. Advanced Base Camp will be established at 5800meters, Camp 1 at 6500 meters, Camp 2 at 7100 meters and Camp 3 at 7400 meters.



Ama Dablam Expedition

Mount Ama Dablam is a beautiful mountain, located almost due south of Mt. Everest and Mt. Lhotse in the Khumbu region. It is a steep pyramid of ice with vertical walls and sharp, exposed ridges. Mount Ama Dablam forms a lasting impression on many trekkers in Nepal, as it is perhaps the most stunning mountain along the popular trekking route to Everest Base Camp.

Expedition, trekking, Mt. Ama Dablam


Baruntse Expedition

expedition, trekking, Mt. Ama DablamLying between greater cousin peaks of Lhotse and Makalu at the epicenter of three glacial valleys – the Barun, the Imja, and the Hunku – the peak is crowned by four summits on four ridges with a high rate of successful ascent on normal route via South Ridge. Despite being a 7000er, Baruntse Expedition involves various 8000m climb components, thus offering itself as an ideal training peak for higher climbing.

Chamlang Expedition

expedition, mt. ChamlangChamlang is a beautiful mountain lying in the Makalu region (Hongu valley, southwest of Makalu).  It is a steep forward mountain that demands  good physical fitness and technical climbing. This peak boasts an absolutely stunning summit panorama that  includes 5 of the world’s 8,000m peaks and other smaller peaks: Everest, Kangchenjunga, Makalu, Cho-Oyu, Lhotse, and many other  7,000m peaks including Baruntse, Ama Dablam, Pumori, Kangtega, Nuptse and other marvellous view around.