Encompassing the Himalayas to the north, valleys to the south, and hills to the centre, Sagarmatha has all things natural and stunning. It is home to the iconic Mount Everest, the picture-perfect Ama Dablam peak, as well as other prominent mountains such as Cho Oyu, which at 8,188 meters is the world’s sixth highest. Visit in autumn between September and November and spring between March and April for ideal climbing conditions.
Himalayas 5 Peaks Technical Climbing Course and Ama Dablam Ascent
Mera Peak 20-day guided ascent
Ama Dablam “5 peaks” Alpine mountaineering course in the Himalayas (33 days)
Lobuche Peak Climb
Combined EBC Trek and Lobuche Ascent
Ama Dablam 28-day guided expedition
Himalayan alpine mountaineering course
Climbing Ama Dablam in the Himalayas
20-day Climbing to Island Peak, Near Mount Everest
Trek to Gokyo Valley and Everest Base Camp
Climbing Mount Everest, South side
Cho Oyu 6 week Guided Climb
Cho Oyu (8201 m) guided climbing expedition
What should I know about Mountain Climbing Nepal?
The historic region of Sagarmatha lies in the central section of landlocked Nepal, located in South Asia. Most of the country sits upon the high Himalayan mountain range. It borders China to the north and India to the east, south and west. Within the country’s territory, Sagarmatha is home to some of the tallest mountains in the world, including Mount Everest, which at 8,848 meters, is the highest point on Earth.
Why should I choose Nepal for my Mountain Climbing adventure?
Core of Nepal
Located in the central north region of Nepal, Sagarmatha is home to some of the tallest and most prominent peaks in the world. Sagarmatha offers dream terrain for spectacular mountain climbing. And with such monumental terrain to explore and experience, the steep and challenging slopes are perfect for mountain climbing, with its vast open spaces offer breathtaking views and a deep sense of solitude.
Visit an ancient culture
The collection of traditions and customs of Nepal have been cultivated over the centuries, with them particularly being largely influenced by Indian and Tibetan influences. This is due to the strong historical trends of trade, war, and migration. Yet despite its relatively small size, the state of Nepal is home to a large number of ethnicities, languages and customs.
The physical geography of Nepal may be small yet it’s rich and diverse when it comes to its wildlife. And there are large chunks of land that are national parks for the purpose of protecting this incredible diversity. The Bengal fox and tiger, snow leopard, the one horned rhinoceros, and Tibetan wolf. Some are even unique and rare to the region, such as the spiny babbler bird that is spotted in the Kathmandu Valley.
What can I expect from the weather during my Mountain Climbing trip in Nepal?
Spring is warm with rain showers, while autumn is cool with clear skies.
Which language is predominantly spoken in the Nepal region?
Nepali, as well as a number of regional languages including Sherpa and Hindi.
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When is the best time to travel to Nepal for Mountain Climbing?
Visit in autumn between September and November and spring between March and April for ideal climbing conditions.
I can't say enough about Top Himalaya Guides (THG)! Extremely knowledgeable and experienced guides with a genuine passion for the mountains. Our lead guide Sonam did a great job of managing expectations and ensuring that we stayed healthy and happy throughout the expedition. We were fortunate to summit all of our objectives including Ama Dablam, which was an experience of a lifetime. I highly recommend THG for any Himalayan experience and will definitely be using them again when I return to Nepal!!
I had an amazing experience with Tshering’s experienced and highly qualified team including guide Sonam Shalaka and Sherpa Thomas Vechayba. I really enjoyed the concept of acclimating for Ama Dablam by doing the Everest Base Camp trek via Gokyo Lakes and climbing a number of peaks along the way, including Lobuche, rather than the typical repetitive climbs from base camp. It is always my preference to climb with local guides who intimately know the mountain and local customs and this was a perfect example of the benefits of that rather than going with a large group of westerners. Explore-Share always does a great job of facilitating those connections. This was an outstanding experience all around and I would gladly recommend Tshering and his team for any mountaineering experience in the Himalayas.
After a year and a half of planning, a new attempt was made on Ama Dablam. This time a third person joined the climbing party. Acclimatisation on Lobuche gave us a foretaste of what the numerous pitches on Ama Dablam's steep terminal slopes would feel like. Good weather conditions and a swift Alpine style climb to C1, C2 and finally the summit concluded this project. Thank you so much Jyamchang for guiding us up there! The timing of the climb (before Autumn's commercial expeditions), choice of porters and additional logistics were once again very professional.
Professional, competent and friendly guide who always takes great care of the clients. We were a group trekking and climbing during 21 days in the Everest region with the company. We were a group of friends who all knew the guide on beforehand, and knew how good he is at his work. We were very pleased with the experience we had. I can recommend the company for everyone who wants a great experience in the Himalayas.
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