Climbs/Expeditions in Tibet

Everest expedition

Everest Expedition North Side - For experienced mountaineers, a chance to climb the highest mountain in the world from Tibet, on the north side, retracing the steps of those who first climbed it and supported by the very best high altitude Sherpas. This expedition with us has as standard a ratio of one to one climber : guide.

Cho Oyu expedition

Cho Oyu Expedition - this expedition is an excellent first 8000 meter peak for climbers to aim for. Cho Oyu is the 6th highest mountain in the world (8201m) and is located on the Tibet and Nepal border. It is frequently climbed because it doesn't require technical climbing experience. It isn't to be underestimated however. An aside and additional value to this trip is the time spent in Lhasa acclimatising that will give you an insight into the fascinating Tibetan culture.

Lhakpa Ri

Lhakpa Ri Expedition - This mountain at 7045 metres high, is a great progression from the trekking peaks such as Island Peak, Mera Peak and Naya Khang. This peak is a straight forward climb and for those with a good level of fitness very achievable despite its considerable height. There is often a non climbing option so for those with partners, friends or family who want to trek only; they can join the group and trek to Base Camp and in this beautiful area in Tibet.

Unclimbed peaks

Unclimbed Peaks - A number of previously unclimbed peaks are now available for anyone with a reasonable level of fitness. You could be the first to summit!

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