Climbing in Nepal

Climbing in Nepal is a challenging undertaking. It is also an incredibly rewarding and personally satisfying life experience. Success on any Himalayan mountain only comes as the result of solid preparation, planning and a determination to continue when things get hard. Safety and success also depend heavily on a great team, great teamwork and a no short-cuts approach. Staying healthy, plenty of food and fluids and a strict acclimatisation schedule round out the key elements to being successful above 6000m. Congratulations on finding us.



Climbing in Nepal with us

We offer a broad range of mountaineering expeditions in Nepal designed to suit all experience and ability levels. If you’ve never worn crampons or clipped onto a rope before then consider Mera Peak as your starting point. We rate Mera Peak as the best introductory high altitude mountaineering trip going. You get 3 full days climbing on the snow and ice. Base Camp at 5400m and High Camp at 5800 give you a solid taste of the routines involved and living at altitude. Summit day begins at 1am and you’ll be standing on top of Mera (6476m) by around 8am. We guarantee you’ll never forget successfully climbing your first Himalayan giant.

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The route from the Mera La to Mera Peak High Camp

For something more challenging consider the seldom climbed Chulu West in the Annapurna region. Or maybe a remote journey to Ramdung and Parchamo in the Rolwaling Himal is more your style. If you’ve already experienced climbing at altitude and have the skills, then Ama Dablam is possibly the most stunning climb in the Everest region.

All our climbing in Nepal adventures are camping expeditions. Our equipment is new and modern. The meals we provide are nutritious, tasty and are always all you can eat. The highest standard of food preparation and hygiene is applied to every meal we serve. Best practice acclimatisation strategies are employed to maximise your chances of safety and success. We even include our renowned Follow Us Live GPS trip tracking so your family and friends can watch your progress via our website in real time.

Watch this short video and learn more about the Trek Climb Ski Nepal way.