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Our India expeditions are from April – November each year, and in our usual style, are to peaks that aren’t often climbed, or are unclimbed. Check out our current expedition offerings in India below. Oftentimes we are the only team on the mountain, and we seek this out as we want to give our guests a wilderness experience as much as we possibly can.
Changtang Peaks Exploratory | 6000m+ – June 2018 (novice/moderate alpine climbing and mountaineering)
Zanskar Exploratory Alpinism | 6000m+ – July 2017 (intermediate/advanced alpine climbing and mountaineering – 3 weeks)– FULL
Our Nepal expeditions are to the classics, along with unclimbed peaks in both alpine and expedition style. Our “differentiate” is that we are choosing peaks that not many people have been to, or even heard of. There are certain peaks in the Himalaya that are an exception to this rule, Ama Dablam being an example. Some peaks are simply too aesthetic to pass up, even though they are quite busy with other climbers. If we do choose popular peaks, we always “warm-up” on other peaks that are less-traveled, which still allows a more “wilderness” feel to trips. Check out our peak offerings below for Nepal.
Tibet, a region of China now, boasts a tremendous amount of exploratory and unclimbed peaks, along with the classic 8000 and 7000 meter peaks that fringe the Nepal border, including Chomolungma (Everest), Cho Oyu, Lhakpa Ri, and Shishapangma. Check out our current peak offerings to China’s Tibet below.
Cho Oyu – the 6th highest 8000 meter peak, and one of the most attainable 8000m summits | 8201m – September 2018
AMERICA and ELSEWHERE
I realize that it’s a big step for folks to come to the Himalayas. For years, I’ve talked about having prerequisite trips in the alpine hubs of other continents. Starting in 2017, we are now offering alpine skills trips and alpine climbs in the Teton range of America, the Monte Blanc massif of Chamonix, and the New Zealand Alps. Get in touch with Luke for the latest offerings here.
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