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Mountaineering Expeditions
The Majestic Himalayan range is home to some of the planet's highest peaks, including the highest, Mount Everest. The Himalayas include over a hundred mountain peaks exceeding 7,200 meters (23,600 ft.) in height. Himalayas, the greatest mountain range in Asia is filled with many ecstasies.

Right from snow filled peaks to the steeper valleys and the never ending lush greeneries along the terraces complemented with the rugged paths, the Himalayas brings the best choice for a thrilling visit to its vast ranges spread at different areas of India, Nepal and Bhutan. Mountaineering / climbing could be the best part for exploring these amazements in the valleys.

For thousands of years the Himalayas have held a profound significance for the peoples of South Asia, as their literature, mythologies, and religions reflect. Since ancient times the vast glaciated heights have attracted the attention of the pilgrim mountaineers of India, who coined the Sanskrit name Himalaya—from hima “snow” and alaya “abode”— for this great mountain system. In contemporary times the Himalayas have offered the greatest attraction and the greatest challenge to mountaineers throughout the world.

Mountaineering is not merely a physical activity rather it is a science and an art. Mountaineering has become a popular sport throughout the world. While mountaineering began as attempts to reach the highest point of unclimbed big mountains it has branched into specializations that address different aspects of the mountain and consists of three areas: rock-craft, snow-craft and ice-craft, depending on whether the route chosen is over rock, snow or ice. All require experience, athletic ability, and technical knowledge to maintain safety.

There are two main styles of mountaineering: Expedition style and Alpine style. Every year the alpine or the non-alpine mountaineering expeditions are attempted on the peaks which are far beyond imagination. They bring back great experiences of climbs and each of them set higher standards in the sport. With the recent openings of restricted areas numerous opportunities for mountaineers from around the world have sprouted to scale virgin peaks and inscribe their name in the books of mountaineering history.

We assist our clients from identifying peaks, choosing the feasible routes, arranging mountain guides / Sherpa’s / porters / mules / horses, logistical support  & food at base and forward camps.

We also cater to local liaison for permissions and permits, hotel accommodation and transport services.

We presently Cover the following Peaks & Ranges:-

Jammu and Kashmir

The major climbing peaks are in the Zanskar, Ladakh, Kishtwar and Eastern Karakorums. The mountains in the Kisthwar regions are not very high, however they are fairly technical such as Sickle Moon (6575mts) & Eiger (6001m).

Zanskar is the most famous region with peaks such as Nun ((7135m), Kun (7077m), White Needle (6500m) and Z peak series.

Ladakh in recent times has become quite popular with the famous trekking peak, Stok Kangri (6153m) almost being attempted 40-50 times every year. Eastern Karakorums with the maximum virgin peaks still holds the restricted access status.

Mt Plateau (7287m), Saser Kangri II East (7518m), Apsara Group, Teram Kangri are few of the virgin peaks in this region. With recent opening up of Baltistan numerous new peaks have opened up for climbing.

Climbing Season: May to October, August being the prime.

Himachal Pradesh

The maximum altitude of peaks in the region is approximately 6800 meters and the major climbing areas are the Kullu & Manali Valley, Lahaul-Spiti & Kinnaur Valley.

Kullu & Manali offers both expedition and trekking peaks, Indras San (6223m) and Hanuman Tibba (5932m) are the expedition style and Ladakhi (5345m) and Friendship (5289m) being the trekking peaks.

Miyar Valley in Lahaul & Spiti has been regularly visited by alpinists for its challenging technical climbs; apart from this the major peaks of this region are Chandra Bhaga series, Menthosa (6443m) & Gya (6794m).

The Kinnaur valley consists of high mountains and deep gorges, some of the prominent peaks in this area are Leo Pargail I (6816m) & II (6792m), Manirang (6593m) and Kinner Kailash (6437m).

Climbing Season: May to early June are good months to climb in the Kullu Manali Valley and from late July to October are good months to climb in Lahaul - Spiti and Kinnaur Valley.


Also called as Dev Bhoomi (Land of gods), with over 200 peaks above 6000 meters yet to be climbed, the region has been the hub for mountaineering activities in India! The state is divided as Kumaon in the east and Gahrwal in the west, Kumaon Mountains has peaks such as Trushuli (7050m), Nanda Kot (6861m), Maiktoli (6803m) and the Panchahuli range. Gharwal mountains has peaks such as Shivling (6545m), Nanda Devi East (7437m) allowed to be climbed from the eastern face, Meru North(6450m) & Meru East (6261m).

Climbing Season: Late April to June (Pre Monsoon) & August to early October (Post Monsoon)

Please call us or drop in a mail with your plan and contact details and we will customize an itinerary for you.

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