Island Peak Summit Video

island peak summit video

October 8, 2014

This Island Peak summit video shows the truly stunning view from the top of Island Peak. Filmed by Trek Climb Ski Nepal expedition member Danny Collins-Roe, this Island Peak summit video was taken on a perfect blue sky day in October, 2010. Learn more about our Island Peak expedition climbing itinerary.

Our Island Peak expedition is a 23-day adventure that also includes an Everest Base Camp Trek. Trekking first to Everest Base Camp provides the ideal acclimatisation schedule in the lead-up to climbing Island Peak. Our Everest Base Camp trek also includes climbing to the top of Kala Pattar at 5550m which is a great hit-out in preparation for the 6189m of altitude you’ll experience on Island Peak.

Island Peak for first-time climbers

Island Peak is suitable as a first-time mountaineering experience in Nepal and you don’t need to have previous climbing experience to join this trip. You do however need to be very fit as mountaineering above 6000m is a demanding undertaking. We get plenty of people joining this trip that have already been on an Everest Base Camp or Annapurna region trek. Many aren’t prepared for the extra altitude they need to deal with on Island Peak. The extra vertical involved might only be another 600 metres above Kala Pattar, but that 600m becomes solid work on summit day.If you have any questions you’d like to ask about our Island Peak expeditions, don’t hesitate to contact us. Be sure to view our Island Peak image gallery and keep checking our blog for regular updates and posts on this exciting expedition.

Watch more Island Peak summit video

Our YouTube channel has a playlist dedicated to our Island Peak videos. Go to our Island Peak playlist. Here you can watch several videos we’ve produced along the way that clearly show the route and what’s involved in a climb of Island Peak. Our social media streams are a great way to connect with our active trekking and climbing community and learn more about this trip. Our¬†Sherpa¬†team in Nepal have climbed Island Peak many times (literally hundreds!) and are always keen to share their stories and insight. Connect with us on Facebook and learn more about the way we operate.