East - Gokyo Peak -
Kala Pattar - Mardi
- Island Peak - Mera Peaks
- Pachermo - Ama Dablam -
Kang Guru - Baruntse South
The 3 pass
24 - 30 days
In the Annapurna valley. You go to Chulu, smol village, and you will stop
at the firtst Base Camp Chulu Far East 4760 m. You go to intermidary B
C of : 5215 m. Your rising early to climbing the summit is long and difficult
you are : - 6000 m. Your back to Jomoson
- fly to KTM, or walk back to Ghasa, Ghorepani, Pokhara : the famous half
way of Annapurna.
16 - 19 days
In the Khumbu.
The best panoramic views of Everst.
A very popular
trekking destination, a sort of side trip for those who are in the region
to go to Everest Base Camp. Many trip outfitters include a visit . The
views from here are spectacular possibly surpassing those from Kala Pattar
above Gorak Shep near the Everest Base Camp. Notable peaks to be viewed.
Vantage point are Cho Oyu, Gyachung Kang, Lhoste, Everest and on a clear
day Makalu. The vantage point can be reached in about 2-3 hours if you
are acclimitized well, from the summer grazing village of Gokyo. The point
where 99 % of the trekkers go, is not the real summit but a shoulder at
Pattar. 5 630 m
20 - 22 days
These two summits are a good training and acclimatation to
prepare higher difficulties.
We fly from Kathmandu to Lukla between Himalayan peaks, landing on the
famous and spectacular airstrip in Lukla. The views form the plane are
unbelievable, where it almost seems as if the plane will touch its wings
to the side of the mountains. We will start our trek in Lukla, where many
commercial expeditions start their ascent to Everest. The trail winds
through the "Milk River" valley, climbing and dropping, with
stunning views of some of the world's highest peaks emerging around practically
every corner. After two days of trekking Mount Everest will appear in
the distance. At the end of the day, we will reach Namche Bazaar, which
is the main Sherpa village in the Khumbu Region. The following day we
will spend in Namche Bazaar to acclimatize our bodies to the altitude.
There will be time to explore the area, visit monasteries and the Everest
National Park Exhibit.
Mardi Himal &
Pisang. 5 587m
16 - 20 days
We propose you these two summits, in lower altitude,
but they are the wildest and the more interesting in Népal. Mardi
Himal is the most southerly peak of the Annapurna range. It is the lowest
and least climbed peak. The photograph of the Mardi Himal taken in 1953
by Baisl Good fellow, first drew the attention of western climbers. The
first ascent to the Mardi Himal was in 1961. The first route was via the
East Flank and it is the only used so far. Mardi Himal separates the southwest
ridge of fishtail as a separate mass at right angles to the ridge and
it is best seen from the south. The southwest face of the mountain has
three well-defined ridges rising from the rock buttresses and separated
by hanging glaciers. Its east face is separated from the fishtail ridge
by a col at 5200m.
Peak. 6 189 m -
Khumbu, 21 days
is well situated : at a few days from the Everest Base Camp and nearly
at the South face of Loste.The initial climbing of the Kala Patar allows
a good acclimatation before reaching The Island Peak from an intermedary
camp. The last icy slope, at 45°, is already prepared with fixed rops.
Peaks. 6 461 m
19 / 29days
of expé 2008
This wonderful trek passes through a valley dominated by peaks before
Tangnang. You will walk on a glacier on the way to Mera La - 5 410 m.
You will stop at a first base camp before the rising. The climbing of
this summit is long and not too difficult (you are on a 5800 m glacier).
6 273 m
17 / 27 Days
Through Rolwaling, wild valley, without lodge.Tesi Lapcha pass : 5755
meters, good physical training, above all for the climbing of Pachermo.
This trek with this peak is wonderful.
Start at Luckla pass at Khumbu : approach trek shorter but worse for the
acclimation, we will start from Jiri.
L'Ama Dablam The AD is one of the most attractive moutains of Nepal. The
trek mixes rocks and ice. The South West crest is technical but it follows
a route which is free of objective-dangers. A big scale trek
As it is a belvedere over the Annapurna and the Manaslu, it is an efficient
first step towards an upcoming 8000m trek. Slopes are pleasant, snowy,
of medium inclination. The use of fixed ropes is necessary in a short
stiff area. A long glacial crest with numerous cornices as an end is the
occasion of a high altitude challenge.
31 days. South crest of the Baruntse, 7200m. An
awesome peak situated half way between the M and the E. We will follow
the road to the M, towards Mera La and the West cervix in order to reach
it. The loneliness and the technical difficulties of the Baruntse makes
it a high level peak.
is the longest trek in Nepal. Viewing the flora and fauna of inner Nepal,
with panoramic views of mountains, you will pass through the Yalung glacier
at the highest altitude, while you will see cardamom farms at the lowest
altitude. You can reach Base Camp after 28 days, from which you walk 3
days back to Taplejung (Suketar) Airport to fly to Kathmandu. Mt. Kumbhakarna,
Mt. Kiratchali, Mt. Nepal Peak, Pathibhara Himal and Chang Himal are the
famous mountains one can see from this trek.
The 3 cervixes.
High path of the Makalu. The famous high path of
the Makalu will be walked out in 30 days. Crossing of the Mera La 5400m,
optional ascension of the Mera Peak 6476m, and crossing of the Hinku high
valley untill the Panch Pokhari lakes. Climbing of the West Cervix 6135m,
crossing of the glacial high plain between the West Cervix and the Sherpani
Cervix 6110m. From the SC to Tumlingtar; trough the Makalu base camp and
the Arun high plain, the landscape is very hilly and riquires significant
of some trek