EXPEDITIONS IN THE HIMALAYA རི

expeditions

* Quite often there are trips running that aren’t on the site. Don’t see what you’re looking for below? Do say hello, I enjoy discussing options and the Himalayas at large. –Luke
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  INDIA

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.

 

Himalayas Exploratory | Ski/Splitboard Touring –  3 – 17 January 2018 (advanced ski touring and ski mountaineering – two weeks) – details soon, email Luke

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Zanskar exploratory ice climbing | 18 – 25 January 2018 (beginner to advanced first ascent ice climbing- one and two weeks) 

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Pir Panjal Exploratory | Ski/Splitboard Touring – 4 – 17 March // 17 – 30 March 2018 – (intermediate/advanced ski/splitboard touring – 2 weeks) – details soon, email Luke

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Kang Yatze massif | 6000m+ – Ski/Splitboard Touring – 3 – 17 June 2018 (intermediate/advanced ski/splitboard touring – 2 weeks)

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Markha valley trek with Kang Yatze | 6000m+ – Climb an achievable 6000 meter peak and trek in the classic Markha valley, and all in two weeks – June 2018 (beginner/intermediate trek with optional peak climb – 2 weeks)

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Changtang peaks exploratory | 6000m+ – Climb an achievable high altitude peak and explore the Changtang plateau of eastern Ladakh – 18 June – 8 July 2018 (beginner trek and peak climb – three weeks)

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Pangong peaks exploratory | 6000m+ – Trek in the remote and beautiful Pangong region and climb 6000m peaks – 9-22 July 2018 (beginner trek and peak climb(s) – 2 weeks)

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Changtang Spiti traverse via Parang La and Pin Parvati | 6000m – A grand traverse of the Himalayas with optional peak exploring – 23 July – 21 August 2018 (beginner trek with peak climb(s) – 3 weeks)

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Chandra Tal peaks exploratory | 6000m – A quick two week trek through a wilder region with peak climbing – 22 August – 4 September 2018 (advanced peak climbing with approach trek – 2 weeks)

 

 NEPAL

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.

Unclimbed Dogari Himal | 6555m – November 2018 (first ascent mountaineering – 4 weeks)

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Himlung Expedition | 7140m – 30 September – 3 November 2018 (fixed rope sherpa-supported intermediate peak climb of a 7000 meter peak – 4 weeks)

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Annapurna IV | 7525m – 30 September – 3 November 2018 (fixed rope sherpa-supported intermediate peak climb of a 7500 meter peak – 4 weeks)

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TIBET

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.

Labuche Kang 3 – the highest (legal) unclimbed peak on Earth | 7250m – 29 April – 28 May 2018 (strenuous first ascent mountaineering)

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CHINA

A new program for us. Let’s go explore a new area (!)

Mustagh Ata Ski Expedition| 7546m – 23 June – 14 July 2018 (challenging ski & splitboard-based mountaineering trip) – details soon

 
***Don’t see the trip you are looking for? Get in touch with Luke, we will find the trip and dates in the Himalayas that matches you. Very often there are trips running that aren’t on the site.***

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