Cross the steep Amfu Labtsa La Pass with a panoramic view of Mera Himal, Nepal’s most popular peak
Mera Peak Climbing with Amphu LabstaPass Trek is a challenging trek in the Everest region. Mera Peak (6,476m) is the most popular and highest official trekking peak in Nepal. This peak climbing and trekking offers exciting, scenically stunning mountain views of the Everest region. In this journey, you get the opportunity to observe the exceptional Himalayan panoramic view of the five world’s 8000 meter peaks, Mt. Everest, Lhotse, Makalu, Cho Oyu, and Kanchenjunga. The hearty scenery of lakes, remote Hinku and Hunku valley provides heavenly pleasure to the visitors.
This journey is an opportunity for all the adventure seekers who are physically fit. Mera peak climbing and Amphu Labsta pass trekking are technically straightforward and physically demanding which requires the knowledge of the use of climbing equipment and physical fitness. In this journey, you trek through the undamaged trail of the Everest region. Mera peak climbing with Amphu Labsta pass trek gives a lifetime memory to the trekkers.
Mera Peak Climbing with Amphu Labsta Trek starts from Lukla after a 35 minutes scenic flight from Kathmandu. During the trek you walk through the undamaged hill with dense forest which provides you the wilderness experience of the Everest region. After climbing the Mera Peak (6,476m) you trek along a high rocky ridge through dense forests and cross several streams before reaching Amphu Labsta Pass (5,778m). From the uninhabited Hinku Valley, you head to the Khumbu region.
From the peak, you can enjoy an excellent view of the towering mountains like Mt. Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, Amadablam, Makalu, Baruntse, Thamserku, Kusum Khangaru, and many more. During the trekking, you visit different Sherpa settlements where you can explore their culture and lifestyle enjoying their friendly behavior. The best seasons to go for Mera Peak Climbing with Amphu Labsta Pass trek are spring and autumn.
Day 01: Arrive at Kathmandu (1350m)
Day 02: In Kathmandu for trek/climb preparation
Day 03: Fly to Lukla and explore around Lukla (2,860m)
Day 04: Trek to Chutanga (3,430m) 3-4 hrs
Day 05: Trek to Thuli Kharka (4,320m) via Zwatra la (4,600m) 5/6 hours
Day 06: Trek to Kothe (3,600 m) 5/6 hours
Day 07: Trek to Thaknag (4,356m) 5/6 hours
Day 08: Acclimatization and rest day
Day 09: Trek to Khare (5,045m) 3/4 hours
Day 10: Pre Climb training and acclimatization day
Day 11: Trek to Mera High Camp (5,800m) 3/4 hours
Day 12: Summit Mera (6,476m) and trek to khongma Ding (4,840m) 10/12 hours
Day 13: Trek to Seto Pokhari (5,000m) 5/6 hrs
Day 14: Trek to Amphu Labsta high camp (5,400m) 6/7 hrs
Day 15: Trek to Chukung (4,730m) via Amphu Labsta Pass (5,850m) 8/9 hrs
Day 16: Trek to Tengboche (3,860m) 6/7 hrs
Day 17: Trek to Namche bazaar (3,440m) 5/6 hrs
Day 18: Trek to Lukla (2,860m) 6/7 hrs
Day 19: Fly to Kathmandu (1,350m) and Leisure day
Day 20: Contingency (Free day at Kathmandu)
Day 21: Departure from Kathmandu.
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Arrive at Tribhuvan International Airport and after completing the visa formalities and collecting your luggage at the airport, please exit the arrival hall. Your tour leader will wait for you outside the arrival hall and take you to your hotel. Please look for the AlpineTrav Treks & Expeditions placard when exiting the arrivals hall. And upon arrival at the hotel, welcome drinks will be served and after you freshen up, your trek leader will brief you about your journey in the evening at your hotel lobby. And your free time. Get familiar with your surroundings by taking a walk down the street.
After your first night in Kathmandu, you will be well informed on arrival about the time for briefing and equipment check. However, sometimes, depending on your flight arrival, if it’s too late into the night we will do an equipment check in the afternoon instead of the morning to give you some sleep and rest so that you can get rid of that jet lag. In the evening, you will be briefed by your trek and climb leader about your trekking program the next day. In case you have fallen short of any trek and climb equipment that you may need, this time can be used to arrange for it.
An adventure trip with the final destination of Mera Chuchuro and Amfu Lapta Pass departs from Kathmandu today for a short and scenic flight to Lukla. This early morning flight takes us through a vast landscape of towering mountains, lush valleys, and green forests with close-up views of snow-capped peaks. We landed at Lukla’s Tenzing-Hillary Airport, one of the most interesting and beautifully situated airports in the world. We will meet the rest of our team here and after refreshments at the hotel; we will explore this beautiful village. Apart from the beautiful landscape of Lukla, you can explore the cobbled streets, stone houses, teahouses, and cafes, and the scenery of the Tire Mountains and snowy peaks. Get ready for the trek starting tomorrow. And stay overnight in Lukla.
The trek will officially begin today as we head to Chutanga, an introductory trek to this adventure in the Everest region. Leaving Lukla, we branch off from the main trail at Everest Base Camp and follow the trail through small hamlets and wood yards to reach a densely forested section home to silver fir, birch, rhododendron, and pine trees. At intervals, you will walk through the mountains with mountain views and in many places across wooden bridges and rickety stilts over small streams, with many small stone houses. After a few hours of trekking up the steep hills of Lukla, we reach Chutanga, the last permanent settlement on the way to Mera Peak, and stay overnight at Chutanga.
Today we will be in Makalu Barun National Park as a destination. Starting the ascent from the corners of the surrounding mountains, including Sebudanda, we will slowly walk along a steep path that will lead us to the Black Mountain cliffs of the Naulek range of mountains. The ups and downs continue along the trail as we are surrounded by lush, green, and misty mountains and forests that take us to the bottom of the Jwatra La Pass. As we reach the summit of the pass (4600 m) with cairns and prayer flags we will pass a march decorated with small chortens, stone cairns, and prayer flags. Before this pass, we enter the Hinku Valley and leave the Khumbu Valley. From the pass, on a clear weather day, we can see a beautiful view of Dudhkoshi River, Hingku Valley, and Lumding and Karyolung peaks. After coming down from the pass, we reach the destination of Thuli Khark, a summer grazing place, after traveling for about an hour. And staying the night.
Today we start our trek with a beautiful sunrise over the green hills. Departing from Thuli Khark village on this trail, we will cross Chetarwa with panoramic views of Mera Peak and other mountain peaks and join the Mera Peak Trek Trail at Tashing Ongama. Trekking ahead of this seasonal settlement with some tea shops, we will have a long walk on a narrow path through a dense forest of pine, moss, and rhododendron trees. Along the Hinku River and surrounded by various flora and fauna, we will pass through some grazing areas, the foothills of Gondisung Peak and streams to reach the destination of Basti Kothe surrounded by high mountains and large boulders. Along the way, you will pass many rocks and steep and long sections of trail. And stay the night.
We will be doing gradual hikes on the trail for the purpose of supporting rapid acclimatization before climbing the challenging Mine Peak. We start our trek from the Hinku River stream and continue along a rocky path, which can remind us of the glacial outbursts upstream of the river. Gradually we enter the high altitudes surrounding the Himalayas, passing summer pastures of yaks and other animals above the river. We will then reach Gondisung which is a seasonal herder’s settlement and a popular lunch spot among trekkers. Gondisung, on the west bank of the Hinku Drangka, has an ancient Tibetan-style monastery that is about 200 years old. From here we’ll encounter a summer settlement with primitive lodges and a few tea shops, before trekking to Thaknak with views of open boulders, the confluence of Hinku and Sanu Drangka, Kusum Kangaroo and Shikhar 43 mountains. And stay overnight.
Today is the scheduled day for compatibility before we move on. Since an activity helps us create a suitable environment, we will travel to the Charpate Himal Glacier or the side of a nearby mountain. Our main objective today is to climb higher and sleep less. Later, we will return to Thangnang for overnight stay.
After breakfast, we will leave Thaknag and drive through the lateral moraine of Dig Glacier to Dig Khark. A panoramic view of Charpate Himal from Dig Khark will welcome you. We will follow the climbing route through moraines to the mouth of Hinku Nup. Moving on, we will cross the Shaar Glacier and follow the path uphill to Khare where we will camp overnight. Khare allows a great view of the north face of Mera Shikhar.
Today you will receive pre-climb training from your climbing guide. Terrain information, climbing techniques, proper use of equipment and glacier travel, etc. will be covered in our training program today. You will learn how to use the rope to move up and down. And later, in the afternoon we will return to Khare to stay the night.
We have to use climbing gear like crampons and axes to climb steeply to the high camp of Mera Chuchuro. From Mera La, we will climb the glacier road. At around 5800m altitude, we will find a rocky section between the glacier to set up our high camp. Located on the side of a hill, this area offers a breathtaking view of Kanchenjunga rising eastwards over the Chamlang cliffs. Also, one can see the panoramic views of Makalu, Ama Dablam, Nuptse, the southern part of Lhotse, and Lhotse Shar Mountain. And stay overnight at High Camp.
We will get up very early this day. After drinking tea, we will slowly move towards the peak. Temperatures in this region average 10 degrees Celsius below zero. We will climb the glacier and continue on the snowy hump-back ridge. We will follow a non-technical and classic route through the southeast ridge. Climbing further from the glacier’s snout, we will climb the summit ridge above the south summit. Finally, comes the moment we’ve all been eagerly waiting for. 360-degree views of 8,000-meter peaks with views of Everest, Kanchenjunga, Makalu, Cho Oyu, Lhotse, and other peaks and mountains can be seen. We will spend some time taking in the views of the summit before descending to the foothills of Mera to reach Mera La from where we will continue our journey to Khongma Ding.
After my long and tiring climb, we will follow the easy trail to White Pond. Traveling through the Hongu Valley, we will follow a scenic route with views of Chamlang (7319m) and Baruntse (7129m) from most points. The trail is mostly flat and has occasional ups and downs. Finally, we arrive at the White Pond, where we will spend the night.
Being a very high and remote valley, there are no inhabitants in this area. We will follow the less crowded route to Chamlang base camp. Walking through the west face of Chamlang, we reach the Hongu river. Continuing through the Hongu glacier, we will reach the sacred five lakes of Nepal, Panchpokhari. After spending some time in the beauty of these five lakes we will proceed to Amphu Lapcha High Camp where will stay overnight.
Crossing Amfu Lapcha Pass requires technical skills. We will start early this morning when the weather is clear and calm. We need to cross steep sections of ice and rock. After climbing the difficult Amfu Lapcha Pass, we descend on the other side of the pass to the Imja Valley. We will continue walking to Chukung where we will rest overnight at the lodge.
From Chukung the road reaches the edge of the valley above Dhudkoshi. We get our first really good views of the great peaks of the Khumbu, including Mount Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse and Ama Dublam. Passing through many villages and many tea shops where we can rest before the steep climb to Tengboche. Although the zigzag path hike is tiring, it presents us with many beautiful views of rhododendron bushes with beautiful birds and great mountain views. Tengboche is famous for its legendary monastery, the largest monastery in Khumbu.
Today we continue to follow the river and, after crossing it, climb back up through the birch and rhododendron forests, enjoying the view of Kwangde, Tawashe, Everest, Nuptse, Lhotse, Ama Dablam, Kantega, and Thamserku, some of the giants of the Himalayas. Can be seen From Tengboche we descend to Dudhkoshi Bridge. At Funki Tenga, we get to see water-powered prayer wheels, before returning to active Namche for a cool night of fun and a good night’s sleep in a nice hotel.
Today is our last day of trekking through Dudhkoshi River to Lukla. From Namche, it’s a steep descent for a few hours and then it’s mostly a gradual walk along the Dudh Koshi River. We have lunch on our way and we make our final ascent to Lukla Airstrip.
The rest of the day is free and you can relax under the warm sun and reflect on the emotional experiences we had while trekking through these massive mountains that helped us rediscover ourselves in the least expected way. This is our last day in these magnificent mountains. Later we celebrate the successful completion of our trek with our Sherpa guides and porters who we have come to know well and are now good friends. It would be a pleasure to end this amazing trip on a happy note.
We get up early in the morning, enjoy our breakfast and get ready for the arrival of our aircraft for the flight back to Katmandu. On our touchdown at the Kathmandu airport, we will be met by our office reps and transferred to your hotel.
Today, enjoy a leisure day in Kathmandu. This day can be used as a contingency for any possible delay due to flight cancellation etc. Cancellations may occur due to inclement weather. If the flight is canceled, outside or inside Kathmandu, you can explore the places and try to mingle with the locals where you live. You can meet local people and hear different stories from them. Try their traditional Nepali local organic food and enjoy the day in a wonderful atmosphere.
Please do not hesitate to let us know if you would like to extend your stay. Please message us for more details on extensions. We will be at your service 24 hours a day on how to make arrangements.
Thank you for joining us on this trek and it has been our pleasure getting to know you during this time. We hope this venture has enriched your experience with happy memories. So stay tuned. Today is the last day of the journey, saying goodbye to the trekking and the Nepal tour is ending today! No plans except to trade emails and organize photos with travel buddies. If you have more time you can go shopping in the tourist center of Thamel where you can buy souvenirs for your family. Your AlpineTrav Treks & Expeditions representative will transfer you to the airport approximately 3 hours before your scheduled flight, (SAFE TRAVEL!! We hope to see you again)
- Fully guided climb with climbing guides at 1:3 ratio
- 4 nights’ standard hotels and 13 night’s camp. Twin sharing tent for accommodation during the trek there will be a kitchen tent, dining tent, toilet tent, table, chairs, and more for your comfort
- Domestic flights (Kathmandu-Lukla-Kathmandu)
- Duffel bag, sleeping bag, and down jacket (if required)
- Employee equipment, insurance, and allowances
- Trekking permit, and national park +local fees
- Peak permit fee and garbage deposit
- Arrival and departure transfers in Kathmandu
- Comprehensive first aid kit with high altitude medicine
- Porterage of all equipments
- Oxygen cylinder, mask and regulator for emergency purposes
- Satellite phone for emergency purpose but nominal charge for use
- Climbing equipment Ice hammer, Rope, Snow bar, and Ice-screw
- Mera peak summit certificate issued by Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA)
- All transportation as mentioned in the itinerary
- Helicopter rescue arrangement (If necessary)
- Group farewell dinner at a typical Nepali restaurant
- International airfare & Nepal Visa
- Travel and rescue insurance
- Single accommodation (available on request, Kathmandu only)
- Lunch and evening meals in Kathmandu (and also in the case of early return from the mountain than the scheduled itinerary)
- Extra night accommodation in Kathmandu because of early arrival, late departure, and early return from the mountain(due to any reason) than the scheduled itinerary
- Horse renting & additional porters due to natural calamities on the trek
- Personal trekking & Peak climbing gears
- Personal expenses - Drinks & Souvenirs
- Gratuities for staff
At AlpineTrav Treks & Expeditions, our goal is to provide a wonderful vacation in our part of the world and ensure that our customers enjoy the vacation as little risk and worry-free travel as possible, whether monetary, physical or emotional. . All the logistical arrangements required for the trip will be made available to you on a hassle free trip and trek before your arrival; You will be led by an experienced and medically trained guide/leader and climbing guide with a high staff ratio.
On the trek, all-inclusive food and accommodation are included in the teahouse/camping tents. Our itinerary is also designed with every aspect in mind such as adaptability, good campsites, real-life experiences, etc. We also provide sleeping bags, down jackets, and waterproof duffel bags, There camping will also be a kitchen tent, dining tent, toilet tent, table, chairs, and more for the comfort of each participant.
Mera peak climb, an excellent physical level is required as this trip involves a longer duration of trek/climb. Previous experience of high altitude treks and climbing smaller peaks is of great advantage while climbing a 6000m peaks. While the previous experience of trek/climb is a requirement, our carefully planned itinerary allows people without previous experience to join as well. We begin the trip with an acclimatized trek to Mera peak and afterwards cross the Amphu Laptha.
You should be both mentally and physically prepared for this trip. A fierce determination, burning desire and teamwork is required. We have allowed ample time for acclimatization and contingency day on our itinerary and there will also be a climbing course at the base camp where your guide will teach you the proper way to use the equipment.
The best seasons for mera peak Climb are Autumn (from October till the end of November) and Spring (April to May). Temperatures will drop considerably as you ascend higher every day. The nights are cold (between 5C to -5C) and the days are sunny and hot (between 10C to 20C). Mornings are usually clear, with clouds building up in the afternoon and disappearing at night. Trekking and climbing during the monsoon seasons and winters are not recommended as the visibility is poor and limited whilst upper parts and high passes could be covered with snow.
At, AlpineTrav Treks & Expeditions; Our emphasis is always on maintaining the small groups so that it will be easy to coordinate and cooperate with each other. We only take up to 12 pax in one group. If you are to join our’, you are likely to be joining people from different countries of any age group except minors. The size of the group varies, the minimum no of persons required to operate the trip is 2 and the maximum is 12 people. (For Teahouse and Camping Trek)…Contact us firstname.lastname@example.org
If you want to travel something that is not included in our travel list, we are ready to tailor a trip to your exact needs. In short, we will do our best to get you on the journey you want, when you want it.
In Kathmandu, we stay at the Manang Hotel in Kathmandu, in the heart of Thamel, where you can relax and have fun. Breakfast will be served at the hotel and your accommodation will be based on a twinning partnership.
Whether you’re returning from the mountains or touching the base from the airport, come and relax at the hotel, and order some good Italian espresso or a cold beer enjoy.
(Everest area) Large logistics accommodation is not required for hiking as there are many clean and friendly lodges along the trail. Rooms are basic, usually a bed with pillows and blankets, but there is a wonderful view from your window. All teahouses/lodges have adequate warm dining room lounges. The rooms are very basic. Blankets are usually provided by the teahouse but we will provide warm sleeping bags for everyone. The bathrooms are often shared and in many places, the toilets are squat type. Please note that some of these are very basic and require a sense of adventure.
Amphu and Mera, your accommodation will be in a fully tented camp. Tents will be provided for 2 people equal to 1 tent each. By default in the case of single, we will provide a single tent without any additional cost.
Those who want to build their own room in Kathmandu will have to pay only one supplementary fee. Especially when traveling in groups, we always pair up to share a room with people of the same sex and age. If in the case of the single by default, customers do not have to pay for a single supplement. Please note that trekking, due to limited rooms in teahouses/lodges, is sometimes not possible for singles. But at camping, if you want a tent for a single by default we will provide a single tent at no extra cost.
On Trek: Drinking Water
Staying hydrated is important during any physical activity but especially at altitude where it is generally recommended to drink at least 3 liters per person per day.
We urge you not to buy bottled water on the trek as it contributes to the growing problem of plastic pollution in Nepal.
Teahouses sell almost boiled water. Nepali Rs.150-300 per liter but (cost increases when traveling) which does not require treatment. It’s also perfect for bedtime refills as it can double as a hot water bottle.
Alternatively, all teahouses will provide free cold water on request. Although it is not good to drink without treatment, it is important to note that we recommend that you bring a reusable bottle and use an effective form of water treatment.
All meals are included in the trek and we will provide three meals a day (B, L, D) during the trek. Tea houses range from traditional Nepali dal bhat, and momo (dumplings) to Indian food to pizza and apple pie. During the trek, breakfast and dinner will be served at the tea house/lodge where you are staying and lunch will be on the way.
For camping Mera base camp and Amphu, this would be the perfect camp style. Our team will prepare food for us at the base camp.
In Kathmandu, breakfast will be provided only to give maximum flexibility in deciding where and with whom to have lunch and dinner.
If you have any special dietary requirements please let us know in advance and we will be sure to send your message to your staff. For a gluten-free diet, we recommend that you bring extra foods, especially for breakfast, as your options for breakfast will be limited.
Daily wake-up calls will be between 6.00 am to 7.00 am while on the trek. The wake-up time and breakfast time will be decided the night before during the briefing time. The timetable for each day will entirely depend on your walking duration for that particular day.
Tea will be served at your room or tent as a wake-up call. After a hearty breakfast, we set off on the day’s walk. Before breakfast, you are required to pack your duffel bag as it will be loaded by the porter while you are having your breakfast. During the trek, Breakfast and Dinner will be served at the Camping where you stay and Lunch will be along the way. We will arrive at our destination by tea-time and the camp evening will be free. After dinner, the evening will often be spent playing cards and reliving the day’s adventures, before heading off to bed for a well-earned sleep.
You will only carry your day pack carrying the essential items (Water, Cameras, Extra Fleece, Rain jacket, Sunscreen, Snacks, Valuable Items, etc.) that you may need during the walk. The rest of your stuff will be carried by the porter. We provide 1 porter for every 2 participants and we also provide a duffel bag to put your trekking gears.
The gears listed below are required for this trek. We encourage you to get all equipment listed below and kindly ensure you check and try every piece of equipment. You can also buy or hire the same in Kathmandu as they are available in the many trekking shops.
– Warm Hat and Bandana
– Scarf, Baseball cap
– Sunglasses with UV protection
– Headlight with spare batteries
– Long-sleeved shirts
– T-shirts, Baselayers
– Warm Jacket
– Sweater, Pullover
– Waterproof Gore-Tex Jacket
– Down Jacket with hood (800m)
– fill Primaloft or light Jacket.
– Thermal, Inner, wears
– Baselayers, Undergarments
– Waterproof Gore-Tex Pants
– Trekking Trousers, Pants
– Down, or Primaloft Pants.
– Warm socks 4 pair thin socks
– 4 pair thick socks
-Trekking Boots (preferably full to protect, support your ankle),
– Camp Shoes
– Liner Gloves,
– Primaloft Mitten
– Down Mitten
– Sleeping bag
– Backpack 40-50 liters, a pair of trekking poles
– Water bottle one 1 liter X 2, Multi-tool knife (Inflatable sleeping mattress for additional comfort)
– Laundry bag to keep dirty clothes
– Large plastic bags to keep the clothes dry
– Padlock, sewing kit
– Duct tape
– Reading materials notebooks & pens
-Passport with visa and validity of 6 months after your trip completion
– 4 copies of passport size photos for permits and official formalities
– Travel Insurance
– Credit cards in case of emergencies
– Driving ID or any other ID in case of loss of your passport
“Please carry the photocopy of all the documents along with you and leave a copy to next of kin”
Toiletries & hygiene
– Quick-drying towel
– Small face towel
– Toothbrush & Toothpaste
– Soap and Shampoo (Smaller bottle)
– Face and body moisturizer
– Sunscreen, and lip balm
– Hand sanitizer
– Antiseptic wipes
– Hygiene products
– Basic first aid kit
– Oximeter to check pulse, heart rate
– Climbing helmet
– Mountaineering boots
– Lightweight and comfortable size
– Large handle
– 4 screw gates
– 4 snap gate
– Prussik cord X 2
– Slings X 2/Ice Axe
– Steel crampons
- Respect the privacy of local people and ask permission before photographing them or their children
- Appreciate and respect local culture and customs
- Always stay on the upper side of the road when crossing donkeys for your own personal safety.
- In landslides, fields quickly cross them or climb around them if possible.
- Smoking and drinking alcohol are not recommended at altitudes above 3000 meters
- Drink at least three liters of water a day
- Be aware of symptoms associated with altitude sickness and be honest with yourself and your guide about any symptoms.
- Although not mandatory, it is always beneficial to use the invaluable services of a guide on a hike.
- However it is always beneficial to consult with an easy or difficult guide as needed.
Important Note: Your safety is of imperative concern while traveling with AlpineTrav Treks & Expeditions. Please take care to note that your leader has the authority to amend or cancel any part of the itinerary if it is deemed necessary due to your safety concerns. Every effort will be made to keep to the above itinerary; however, since this adventure entails traveling in remote mountainous regions, we cannot guarantee that we will not deviate from it. Weather, the health condition of a group member, unexpected natural disasters, etc., can all contribute to changes in the itinerary. Therefore, the trek leader will try to ensure that the trip runs according to plan, but please be prepared to be flexible if required.
Mera peak difficulty
Climbing Mera peak itself is not very technical and doesn’t consist of a steep technical climb but the high altitude reaching 6461m at the summit makes this a challenging climb. Unlike other trekking peaks in Nepal, the climb to Mera peak is straightforward. The majority of the climb involves walking in a glacier at a relatively fair degree of steepness with the use of crampons and ice axe. The final section of the climb involves an ascent of the snow dome at a 5o degree angle with the use of an ascender/jumar on a fixed rope.
Training for Mera Peak
High altitude treks and climbs especially in the Himalayas are challenging and require you to be in the top physical, emotional, and psychological condition. The more fitter you are, the more enjoyable your trip will be.
Training well ahead in advance is recommended and after you have signed up for the trip, we will send you our training booklet which provides essential information on how best to prepare yourself.
Whilst on the trip before your actual climb, we will conduct a climbing clinic at the base camp where our guides will teach you the required mountaineering skills.
Other information such as (Insurance, Arrival Instructions, Visa and Passport, etc.) required for the trip will be provided after your trip confirmation. Please feel free to get in touch with us if you require more information about the trip.