Our Trips

Mountain Climb offers few selected mountaineering expeditions in Nepal and Tibet as listed below.  We have climbed and organized expeditions to these mountains several times, therefore you can book these expeditions with us in complete confidence for reliable and efficient service. Generally we operate expeditions two seasons a year (Spring & Autumn), though some winter expeditions can be organized, but the dates are not mentioned.
  • Everest Climb South Side
    Mount Everest is universally known as the highest mountain the world is also known as Quomolungma (the Mother Goddess of Earth) in Tibetan and Sagarmatha in Nepali rises to 8,848 meter / 29,028 feet above the sea level is located on the Sagarmatha Zone, Nepal – Tibet, China border. To climb the Everest is the dream of virtually every mountaineer. We take the Everest Climb expedition very seriously to make it a grand success and we are again going to organize the Everest Expedition in 2014 during pre-monsoon season under the management of Natemba Sherpa, a veteran Everest climber (9 times Everest climb) who has very long career in climbing history from 1974 continuing till to-date setting many mountaineering records. He has probably the longest climbing career in mountaineering history.
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  • Lhotse Climb
    Lhotse is the fourth highest mountain in the world is located in the South of Everest massif, separated by the Everest South col. Generally we operate Lhotse expedition in post monsoon season (Spring) though it can also be organized in Autumn season on request. Lhotse is a massif of different in the Lhotse range such as Lhotse shar, Lhotse middle, Lhotse East and we climb the highest peak of the massif.

    Lhotse Climbing route follows the Everest route untill Camp III, then splits off to “Lhotse Camp 4” steep up the Camp III. Our Sherpa team will fix the route all the way to the summit, but there is steep ice and rock in the Lhotse Couloir so you need to be very fit and capable.

    Our Lhotse expedition begins after a panoramic flight to Lukla, following the classis Everest route, we set up base camp on same as Everest Base camp, after our strong team of Sherpas set up various camps, whereas members have the chance to up and down acclimatizing and on a favourable day we attempt to climb this impressive mountain.
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  • Cho-Oyu Climb
    Cho-Oyu is one of the easiest of all 8000m mountains rises 8,201m / 26,906 ft. above sea level at 86° 35' 14''E - 28° 09' 14'' N, situated high above the Tibetan plateau on the Tibet/Nepal border. Cho-Oyu is the highest & easiest of the more straightforward 8000m peaks and the sixth highest mountain in the world is an excellent choice for mountaineers wishing to climb their first 8000 metre peak. Historically, expeditions to Cho-Oyu have a higher rate of success than any other 8000 meter peaks, attributed by two key factors- first, access to the mountain is easy, as it is possible to drive all the way to the mountain. This makes logistical planning much easier than for a Himalayan peak where there is a long approach walk using porters. Secondly, the route is fairly easy and has minimal objective danger. The first camp on the mountain can normally be reached wearing only trekking boots. Above this the technical sections are short and are all fixed ropes. From base camp at 5700m steep moraines lead to a shoulder at 6400m, the normal site of Camp 1. Above this camp lies the technical crux of the climb, a 50-metre high serac barrier split by a ramp. Climbers jumar this short section on fixed ropes. Above this Camp 2 is situated at about 7000m. The climbing angle eases slightly towards the highest Camp 3 at about 7500m on the North West Face. On summit day the route ascends through a steep rock barrier before easier-angled snow.
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  • Ama Dablam Climb
    Ama Dablam is known to be one of the most spectacular mountains in the world, and a true alpinist's dream is a great challenge at 6,856 meters rises above the Dudh Kosi River valley on the way to Everest Base Camp lies directly above Thyangboche Monastery in Nepal. Ama Dablam is a great introduction to climbing at altitude; that offers exposed climbing from all sides and a terrific view of Everest, Makalu, Pumori, Lhotse and many other beautiful mountains of the whole Khumbu Region.  This unforgettable climb also involves cultural trek in the Khumbu you see some of the world’s most famed mountains to the legendry famous Sherpa village. We place three camps along the beautiful Southwest ridge where we have dramatic and exposed views of the Himalayas.
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  • Shishapangma Climb
    Shishapangma happens to be the only peak lying entirely in Tibet and is regarded to be one of the easier 8000 m peaks along with Cho-Oyu, though it is most straightforward 8000 m climb that the summit is frequently achieved. The approach is same as for Cho-Oyu. Among the 14 peaks over 8000 meters in the world, Shishapangma ranks the last. The climate of Shishapangma is quite close to that of Everest. The best timing for mountaineering activities comes each year in April-May and September-October. Our Shishapangma Climb expedition entry and exit is via Zhangmu from Kathmandu, but on clients' request / requirement we can also organize the expedition based on entry Lhasa or Mainland China on some exceptional cases but extra supplement will apply.
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  • Makalu Climb
    Makalu is the 5th highest mountain in the world is an impressive mountain mass of red granite located 22 kilometers (14 miles) east of Mount Everest in Makalu-Barun National Park northeast region of Nepal. Nepal and Tibet border is separated by the Makalu summit ridge. The name Makalu is derived from the Sanskrit word “Maha Kali” (the Great Black Goddesses), a name for the Hindu goddess in Nepali. If we may judge by photographs…. “Makalu is incomparable for its spectacular rugged grandeur.” This was the view what the great George Mallory had expressed, who as part of the Everest Reconnance  1921 was the first foreigner to be able to observe Makalu from close proximity

    The first attempt to ascent of Makalu was by the French team in 1934 from the Tibetan side, as Nepal was still closed to foreigners, but the Lhasa government rescinded which was given OK before. After overthrown of the Rana dynasty in 1950, Nepal was open to the outside world and since then many expeditions have been carried out to this region including ourselves that we organize almost every year.

    Our caravan route for the Makalu expedition will be from Tumlingtar-Tashigaon and finally to Makalu Base camp. There were as many as three expeditions who used this approach route climbing Makalu in 1954: American expedition led by Willi Siri, Edmund Hillary and French team led by Jean Franco. After gaining lots of experience from the 1954 expedition most of the same expedition members formed and a team and the entire team reached to the summit of Makalu in 1955 on 15th 16th and 17th May. The members included Jean Couzy, Leonel Terray, Franco, Magnone, Bouvier, Leroux, Coupe, Vialatte). It was also the first record in mountaineering that the entire team had reached to the summit. Then there after an international Team led by Hermann Warth, Germany climbed this mountain including our Mountain Climb company director Natemba Sherpa who became the first Nepalese to climb Mt. Makalu (8,463m / 27,767ft) & survived a bivouac at 8250m on the descent.

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  • Annapurna IV climb
    Annapurna IV is one of the peaks of the Annapurna massif lying South of Manang and west to Annapurna II, Annapurna IV Climb is relatively much accessible to all of the Peaks of the Annapurna range. Annapurna massif is a series of peaks in the Himalayas, a 55 km long massif of which the highest point, Annapurna I standing at 8091m, making it the 10th-highest summit in the world and one of the 14 "eight-thousanders", and Annapurna IV is one of the peaks of the Annapurna massif. The massif is located east of a great gorge cut through the Himalayas by the Kali Gandaki River, which separates it from the Dhaulagiri massif. In Nepali / Sanskrit Annapurna means "full of food" or as Goddess of the Harvests. In Hinduism, Annapurna is a goddess of fertility.

    The entire massif and surrounding area are protected within the 7,629 sq. km Annapurna Conservation Area Project (ACAP), the first and largest conservation area in Nepal, established in 1986 by the King Mahendra Trust for Nature Conservation. The Annapurna Conservation Area is home to several world-class treks, including the Annapurna Circuit.

    Lying south of Manang and west to Annapurna II, Annapurna IV is relatively easier to all other peaks of Annapurna massif.

    We set up three camps above Base Camp (4800m) before pushing to the summit-Camp I (5600m), Camp II (5800) & Camp III (6450m).
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  • Putha Hiunchuli Climb

    Putha Hiunchuli is the westernmost peak of the Dhaulagiri long range to the west of Annapurna South of Ganesh Himal standing on the serene. This mountain is the last 7000m marking the end of the snow-capped range and also sometimes referred to as Dhaulagiri VI. Jimmy Roberts, a legendary explorer, climber and most possibly the father of modern-day trekking in Nepal, first climbed this peak on 11/11/1954 also a Nepali Sherpa Ang Nyima Sherpa reached to the summit on the same day. 

    This is a rarely climbed peak with two distinct faces: a steep, technical ridge climb pioneered by the Japanese in the early 70s and a much easier snow climb up the northern flanks where the average angle does not exceed 35 degrees. We climbed this peak ourselves successfully twice on the same season in 1978 and few times later. Not many expedition team come to climb this peak, though it is one of the most magnificent, therefore we have the full chance to explore ourselves and avoid the crowds. The Base Camp is situated at an altitude of 4575m and from there we set up 3 camps (Camp I- 533m, Camp II-5940m, Camp III- 6475m) before attempting the summit. 

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  • Manaslu Climb
    Manaslu is the 8th highest mountain in the world and situated in the central region of Nepal in the Gorkha massif The name Manaslu was derived from the Sanskrit word “Maanas” meaning “soul” or “intellect”. Toshio Imanishi, Japan and Gyalzen Norbu, Nepal were the first to climb Mount Manaslu on 9th May 1956. Though there are many routes to this mountain, as the long ridge and valley glacier offer feasibility to approach from different directions, but South Face is considered to be the most difficult.

    Our Manaslu Climb expedition caravan route begins from Gorkha to Samagaon, then to Manaslu Base Camp. Besides just climbing the mountain, Manaslu region offers some of the best trekking with stunning views of Manaslu Massif, Annapurna and Lamjung Himal. After completion of Manaslu Climb expedition we retrace our route via the Larky La to the Annapurna classic route, making the expedition even more memorable one.
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  • Kangchenjunga Climb
    Kangchenjunga is the 3rd highest mountain in the world after Everest and K2. Located on the Sikkim (India)-Nepal border as part of the Himalayan mountain range climbers had tried to explore the southern portals of Kangchenjunga even before Everest was discovered in 1852 to be the highest mountain in the world. The first foreigner to explore this region was Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker. Many climbers such as William Douglas Freshfield in 1999, the Swiss team-Jacob Guillarmod, Reymond etc, Paul Bauer in 1929 & 1931, Prof. Dyhrenfurth, in 1930, John Hunt in 1937, and finally Joe Brown, George Band and John Kempe reached to the summit on 25th May 1955 by the Northwest Face route followed by Norman Hardie and Tony Streather the next day.
    Kangchenjunga Climb expedition will be from the Nepal side of the mountain setting up as many as VI camps above base camp for the summit push.

    Our company director Natemba Sherpa climbed Mt. Kangchenjunga (8,586m/28,170 ft.) twice in 1982 and 1989, so having ourselves well knowledgeable about the mountain and the exact logistics involved make the expedition a success in the best possible way you can book this expedition with us in full confidence.
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  • Himlung Himal
    Himlung Himal (7,126m / 23,345ft) is a beautiful, non-technical mountain situated in western region of Nepal, North West of Annapurna and Manaslu majestically situated above the ancient Tibetan village of Phu. Naar-Phu region was oficially open only in 2001for foreign expeditions and trekkers. This region is still a restricted area, so we need a special permit to enter the region that Mountain Climb organizes all the permits and related expedition logistics. There are less expeditions to this mountain than other mountains in other regions such as Khumbu, but still this valley is very beautiful with magnificient views of Manaslu, Annapurnas and ancient ruined Tibetan settlements and yak pastures. Except in Phu village, we find only the ancient ruined Tibetan settlements and there are still people living in Phu and Naar villages, these are the most beautiful villages of the region.

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  • Annapurna One Climb
    Annapurna I is located on the Annapurna massif, east of a great gorge cut through the Himalaya by the Kali Gandaki river is an enormous Himalayan massif is the tenth highest mountain in the world. An eight membered French expedition team led by Maurice Herzog climbed the peak first on the 3rd June 1950 via the North face. The successful climbers to Annapurna I were Maurice Herzog himself and Louis Lachenal. The expedition team had arrived Base Camp on 18th May 1950 and took twenty-three days to succeed. It was also the first 8000m mountain ever to be climbed.
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  • Baruntse Climb
    Baruntse is one of the most significant peak situated in Nepal between Everest and Makalu. It is bounded on the east by the Barun Glacier flowing north-south from Mt. Cho Polu (6735m), to the north-west by the Imja glacier and the Hunku glacier forms the south-east boundary. We climb the mountain by the normal South -East Ridge which has more chances of success.

    Mountain Climb
    has been organizing expedition to Baruntse
    (7,129m / 23,389ft)almost every year with good success rates. We take an alternative trekking route for Baruntse Climb than generally other expedition organizers use for proper acclimatization before reaching to Baruntse Base camp. Baruntse Climb expedition starts from Lukla and then towards the Hillary’s classic Everest route to Panggom and then to over the Mera-La to the upper Hinku basin in complete wilderness amidst the great snow peaks that surround the high camp near Panch and Hongu Pokhari then further to Baruntse Base Camp (5400 m). We set up three camps above the Base camp and after the mountain has been climbed we return via Mera la to Zetra Kharka then to Lukla making the expedition a great memorable.

    For Baruntse Climb our effort will be always to put maximum number of climbers to the summit with good logistics and strategy.
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  • Everest Climb North side
    Mount Everest (Chomolungma)-the mother Goddess of the World - rises majestically to its supreme height of 8848m/29,028ft on the Nepal - Tibet border dominating the Sherpa region of Khumbu in the South and the open Rongbuk Valley in the North. We climb this mountain via the normal North Col and North East Ridge route. The expedition will be provided a professionally led strong Sherpa climbing team, but it will be you taking each step, therefore good physical, mental and a spirit of mountaineering and previous mountaineering experience is essential to take part for this expedition.

    Everest expedition, North side is a long climb on through the glacier but lacking a major icefall, it is a great route. Going back to the history the first ever expedition to Everest was carried out in 1921 by Mallory, Bullock, and wheeler with three Sherpas, who reached as a far as the North Col, and in 1924 another expedition including George Mallory and Andrew Irvine took place reaching upto Camp IV becoming contact less and the mystery remained unanswered whether any member of this team climbed the mountain and after numerous attempt by many people, finally Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgey Sherpa successfully reached to the summit of Everest on 29th May 1953. 

    We start in Kathmandu and drive through Tibet to Everest Base Camp. Upon establishing a permanent advanced base camp, and few days acclimatization our strong sherpa climbing teams maintain and restock the food, equipments and other logistics to different camps, whereas you will walk up and down for better acclimatization, physical and mental preparations. We set up four camps from Advanced Base Camp for the summit. Having climbed Everest personally and organizing several Everest climbing expeditions, you can confidently book the Everest Climb North side with us in full confidence. We all know that Everest is the highest mountain in the world and should not take it lightly  in terms of the logistics, level of support & security, therefore we do not compromise on service provision for this expedition and our effort will be to put maximum number of climbers to the summit. We provide strong & dedicated  team of Sherpas who has long climbing experience in the Himalayas and several Everest Climbs and summits and good team cooks to keep your stomach health and tasty foods.
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  • Everest North Col Climb
    Everest North Col was first discovered by George Mallory and his team in 1922 on their expedition from the North side of Everest in the 1920s and 30s, the North Col of Everest is an ideal choice for climbers those who want to experience the real Everest climbing avoiding highly expensive Everest permit.

    Everest North Col climbing is quite similar to the 8848m, though our summit is 7010m, and the weather permitting, view from this summit is marvelous from the mountain chains of Tibet to Nepal.
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  • Ratna Chuli Climb

    Ratna Chuli is one of the AD graded Himalayan peaks that lies between the border of Nepal and Tibet in north of the Annapurna and Manaslu, majestically situated above the Tibetan village of Phu in the western region of Nepal. Ratna Chuli was officially open for mountaineering expeditions ever since the first opening of the Nar Phu region of western Nepal in 2000, there has been very few mountaineering expedition teams to thismountain.

    Our Ratna Chuli Climb expedition starts from Kathmandu after 6 hours drive to Beshishar then commence trekking through the classic Annapurna circuit route till Koto and then leaves towards the route Dharmasala, then to Tibetan village, Kyang, Phugaon where we spend one day extra for proper acclimatization and local exploration, soon reach to the Ratna Chuli Base Camp. After setting up the Base Camp our strong team of staffs set up various camps, members have the chance to going up and down for proper acclimatization and we attempt summit on a favorable day for everyone.

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