If you ski or snowboard, here’s something completely unrivalled. Ski Mera Peak (right next to Mt Everest) in Nepal. This is a real ski adventure not a ski holiday. You won’t get to hot-tub, drink red wine and shower each night on this ski trip. 23 days. All your guides have climbed Everest. We have a 100% safety record. Places are strictly limited – watch the promo video and you’ll see why.
Ski Mera Peak
The ultimate ski mountaineering adventure providing unsurpassed views of the highest mountains on earth. For skiers and snowboarders that have been there and done that. This will change you.
Ski Nepal with the experts
When we began pioneering our Nepal ski expeditions, we didn’t quite know what to expect. We’re pretty sure we were the first to ski Chulu West (6419m) in the Annapurna region in 2006. Two years later we took our skis to Parchamo and enjoyed some challenging conditions. We’ve even had a ski on the 6th highest mountain in the world – Cho Oyu at 8201m. But after countless expeditions to 6476m Mera Peak, this is the Himalayan giant we had to choose as our marque ski Nepal offering.
Quite simply, this is an expedition that will change you. From the summit of Mera Peak you’ll take in stunning views of Everest, Kanchenjunga, Lhotse, Makalu and Cho Oyu. 5 of the 6 highest mountains in the world right in front of you. Then you’ll click in and ski Nepal. You’ll do it safely with our team of experts. We guarantee you’ll never forget it. Watch this for a taste of what to expect.
Best time to Ski Nepal
We operate our ski Mera Peak expeditions in April (Nepal spring) and October (Nepal autumn). Whilst the weather during both of these seasons is generally stable, our pick is October for a couple of reasons. Firstly, there’s a lot more snow on the ground post-monsoon than pre-monsoon. This translates to more reliable skiing conditions and less crevasses. Less crevasses is always good! The weather is getting cooler as winter approaches which equals crisp clear days high up. If you’re going to ski Nepal, you might as well do it when conditions are likely to be best.