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Kyajo Ri Climbing -18 days

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2016-10-11

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Kyajo Ri is a wonderful mountain for those looking to progress their Alpine Mountaineering Skills. Situated in the Khumbu region, climbing this mountain offers a real experience of an Alpine Expedition. You will spend up to 5 nights in tented camp as you make your way up the beautiful secluded valley. The hike up to Base Camp is over interesting mixed terrain, and will feel quite challenging when combined with the high altitude. But you are rewarded with a stunning Cwm of towering mountains and camp will be set up next to a freshwater stream.
 
On day 2, you will head up the valley towards an obvious Col. To make it up to High Camp you will negotiate scree and rocks/boulders over steep terrain to reach the Col. At this point you will again be rewarded with another stunning valley and the summit of Kyajo Ri will be in sight!
 
After a well-deserved rest day, you will begin your final ascent to Advance High Camp. Again, there is another challenging scramble up to the final Col which is a mix of large rocks and scree. The setting for Advance High Camp is just perfect. Right next to a lake (generally frozen) you will have amazing glacial views and full sight of Kyajo Ri and the route you will take to ascend this technical mountain.
 
On summit day, you will start around 2am, and make your way around the frozen lake and experience breath-taking views of the glacier as you move over this in the dark (generally with crampons). You will experience a challenging Grade 1 scramble over rocks by head-torch to reach the South East Col before daylight and this is where the real climbing begins! Crampons on, and a good single technical ice axe (suitable for Scottish Grade 2) you will begin to ascend steep snow and ice using a jumar on a line fixed by your Sherpa. You will meet some demanding climbing up a rock wall which can be iced up. This section requires some technical climbing skill and you will use your ice axe in the rock to climb this section successfully. The route to the summit can feel extremely steep and exposed at times (between 60 and 70 degrees), where you are required to front point and use your ice axe for long periods of time, so good physical fitness and determination are required to meet the demands of this beautiful mountain.
 
Once at the top you are rewarded with the most amazing panoramic views across the whole of the Khumbu. The descent will be a number of abseils, and technical down climbing through rock, and snow in icy conditions, but you are always rewarded by the sweet hot tea waiting to reward you at camp. A truly exhilarating day that will leave you exhausted but very happy. A great challenging experience for the aspiring Alpine Mountaineer!


Customize Your Own Trek !

This climbing itinerary provided here is a standard itinerary prepared to this climb but if you want to customize your own climbing  itinerary at your timeline and interest, do write us, and we will be very pleased to customize this climbing to your timeline, interest and requirement. 


Outline Itinerary

Day 01: Arrival Day in Kathmandu (1350m/4428ft)
Day 02: Day Rock Climbing in Kathmandu
Day 03: Fly to Lukla and Trek to Phakding (2652m/8698ft)
Day 04: Trek to Namche (3440m/11283ft)
Day 05: Day Acclimatization in Namche
Day 06: Trek to Mende (3736 m/12,255 ft)
Day 07: Trek to Kyajo Ri Base Camp (4550m/ 14924ft)
Day 08: Rest Day at Kyajo Ri Base Camp
Day 09: Trek to Camp I (5200m/17056 ft)
Day 10: Trek to Camp II (5700m/18696 ft)
Day 11: Summit Day & Return to Camp II. 9-10 hours
Day 12: Climbing Reserved Day
Day 13: Camp II to Kyajo Ri Base Camp (4550m/ 14924ft) - 7-8 hrs
Day 14: Base Camp to Namche Bazaar (3440m/11283ft)
Day 15: Namche - Lukla
Day 16: Lukla - Kathmandu
Day 17: Leisure day in Kathmandu
Day 18: Departure from Kathmandu 

Important Trip Notes & Activities

Pleased acknowledge that you are joining us for the adventure trip in remote Himalayan region, where weather conditions, health and fitness of the member or unexpected natural disaster can compel us to change the itinerary and if so you have to understand it but we would try our best to keep the suggested itinerary as per the original schedule.

Your safety and satisfaction of the trip is our prime concern while travelling with us and we ensure you our best team, logistics, professional services to make sure that you would have an amazing trip of lifetime with us. Also note that our trip leader deserved the final decision if the trip has to amend, change the route or cancel due to the extreme conditions for the safety precaution. However, he will try his best to ensure that the trip runs as according to the stated plan but be prepared for flexibility if necessary.

Additional Information

Regarding this trip, we have attempted to provide enough information as we can via our website. Nevertheless, if you need any discussion regarding your time availability and others query please feels free to contact directly at +9779851040806. Alternatively, please contact us via our email- sales@advadventures.com

Day 01: Arrival Day in Kathmandu 
Altitude: 1350m/4428ft

On arrival at Kathmandu; we will greet you at the airport and transfer you to your trip hotel. Later we meet and take you to our head office, brief you your upcoming trek/climb with us and introduce our trekking/ climbing guide. Evening, we host welcome dinner at one of the finest local restaurant with music and ethnic dance. Stay overnight at Hotel.

Day 02: Rock Climbing Or Guided Tour of Kathmandu Valley
Morning breakfast and relax at hotel. Afternoon, we will take you for rock climbing course in city. This course will provide excellent opportunities to learn how to use rope, harness, Ice axe, crampons required during the upcoming alpine adventure in the Himalayas.

Our second option includes the sightseeing tour of Kathmandu
Kathmandu Valley is probably one of the most interesting cultural valleys with superb blend of Hinduism and Buddhism and mega edifices dedicated to deities of these religions. Moreover, the historic courtyards and palaces inside Kathmandu are artistically fascinating, which date back to ancient and medieval eras.

Day 03: Fly to Lukla and Trek to Phakding 35 minute Trans Himalayan flight 
Altitude: Lukla at 2800m/9184ft & Phakding (2652m/8698ft)      Distance of walking- Approx of 8 Km- 3 to 4 hours

As per flight time, our Guide will meet you in to your hotel and takes you to the domestic airport to fly in to Lukla. It is scenery flight about 35 minutes, once you get in to the Lukla, breakfast at the lodge and prepare luggage for the Porters then walking starts through the stone paved trails towards Bhaisekharka. It is few up downs to get in to Phakding passing through plenty of prayer Rocks (Mani in local language). After getting in to the lodge at Phakding, fresh up and short walk to the village or hike up to the Gompa to get acclimatize. Stay overnight at the lodge.

Day 04: Trek to Namche 
Altitude: 3440m/11283ft      Distance of walking- 10-12 Km - 5-6 hours

After hot breakfast at your lodge, the trail leads towards the suspension bridge and easy uphill to the Monju from where Sagarmath National Park begins. After short National Park formalities, drop down to the river, cross another suspension bridge and continue walk to the high Hilary Bridge at the bottom of the hill. After the bridge the trail leads uphill to the Namche Bazzar. On the way you will have great view of Mt. Everest, Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Kusum Khangru and more with beautiful valley. Stay overnight at the Lodge.

Day 05: Day Acclimatization in Namche 
Altitude: 3440m/11283ft Acclimatization Day​ 

Today you explore the Museum, visit Khumjung village and Khongde village where you can enjoy the views of Mt. Everest and surroundings peaks with Sherpa culture. You can also visit Thame which is old Sherpa village as an option. Remaining of the day you can explore Namche Bazzar where you can use Internet, visit National Park head office, Museum and monastery as per your interest and time.  Stay overnight at Namche.

Day 06: Trek to Mende  
Altitude: 3736 m/12,255 ft      Distance of walking: 5-6 hours walk

After breakfast at Namche, the trail leads to the old village called Thamo which is easy walk through the valley. Thamo is a small Sherpa village. After exploring the village, the trail leads continue to Mende, a small town at the entrance of the Kyajo Drangka. O/N at Camp.

Day 07: Trek to Kyajo Ri Base Camp 
Altitude: 4550m/ 14924ft      Distance of walking: 3-4 hours 

From here our expedition to Kyajo Ri continue on the remote valleys in Khumbu. After breakfast, we will head ahead Mende leave the main trails and follow a faint yak trail up over a couple passes to enter the Kyajo Drangka; which is the isolated broad valley south of our peak. Today is slightly a longer day as it gain a higher altitude in a day. O/N tented camp at Base Camp.

Day 08: Rest Day at Kyajo Ri Base Camp 
Altitude: 4550m/ 14924ft      Acclimatization Day​ 

Today is our day rest and acclimatization in base camp. As our gain to the altitude on previous day hike is longer, it is important to us to get well settled in altitude before pushing ourselves the summit thus this day is essential. We will take a walk around to acclimatize. Evening, checking and preparation of climbing equipment’s, discussion of climbing in your team and get the ideas of climbing in mountains with climbing leader/s. O/N at Base Camp.

Day 09: Trek to Camp I  
Altitude: 5200m/17056 ft      Distance of walking: 5-6 hours walk

Today, after hot breakfast at your tent, you are prepared for hiking to Camp I. firstly, we will have almost of two hours of hiking over to the grassy spur and boulders, and then short walk follows to the upward rocky section with a lot of boulders and skid pebbles. Another 3 hours steep walk then get to the Camp I for overnight. Now, you will have wonderful scenery of Kyajo Ri and small glacial lakes. O/N at Tented Camp.

Day 10: Trek to Camp II 
Altitude: 5700m/18696 ft      Distance of walking: 5-6 hours walk

This day, the walking mostly involves some of the technical climbing over mixed face slopes up to 40 degrees as well as through the glacier and rock areas. Our camp II would be near by the glacier lake. Final preparation of climbing. Easy evening, early dinner and O/N at Tented Camp.

Day 11: Summit Day & Return to Camp II 
Altitude: 6,186m/20,296ft at summit & 5700m/18696ft at Camp II      Distance of walking: 9-10 hours walk

Early wake up, light breakfast at around 3:00 AM, then prepare for our summit day climbing. Initially climbing through the rocky part with boulders and after a walk reaches at Glacier part from where it's fairly hard to climb further.

Day 12: Climbing Reserved Day  
As you know that climbing in mountains always depends weather conditions and if weather is not favorable on our climbing day as planned on the itinerary, then it would be trouble to head for summit day thus, we would require waiting a day here for good weather condition to summit to Kyajori and return. Thus, this day is planed here as climbing reserve day. 

If weather is favorable, we will summit Kyajo Ri as planned day, but if weather is extremely bad, heavily snowing or if our participant has some trouble of acclimatization etc. then this day is used for this condition. If everything would be fine as days planned, then this day could be used for somewhere in your return to Lukla or in Kathmandu as per your interest.

Day 13: Camp II to Kyajo Ri Base Camp 
Altitude: 4550m/ 14924ft      Distance of walking: 7-8 hrs walk

Well, you have made this dream come true. Simply an easy morning, breakfast then retrace back to Kyajo Ri base Camp. O/N at Tented Camp.

Day 14: Base Camp to Namche Bazaar 
Altitude: 3440m/11283ft      Distance of walking: 5-6 hrs walk

After breakfast at base camp, we will retrace back to Namche, whereas our climbing team would pack up all the gears, tents, mattress, kitchen utensil etc. and return back to Namche till to evening. This day required almost of 5 to 6 hours of hiking hills down to Namche. O/N at Namche.

Day 15: Namche- Lukla 
Altitude: 2,800m/9,184ft       Distance of walking: 16 Km- 6 to 7 hours

After breakfast, we hike steeply descends to the Hillary Suspension Bridge and then continues walking over several local villages of Jorshale, Manjo & Phkding etc. and most of walking is at Dudh Kosi valley surroundings. It is the last day walking, but slightly long but mostly descent and walking through the villages, farming lands, river valley with crossing suspension bridges. 

Upon reaching to Lukla, refreshed up at your hotel and relax. Evening, you could have a party with your trekking crew as it is your celebration of Everest Base Camp Trek and the last night overnight at mountain. O/N at Lukla.

Day 16: Lukla- Kathmandu (35 minute Trans Himalayan flight)
Altitude: 1350m/4428ft 

Our flights are in the morning for Kathmandu. After breakfast at Lukla hotel, you will check in to the airport and take your board to fly Kathmandu. (Depending on the weather conditions and visibility, the flight may get delayed.)

Transfer to your hotel. You will have free time to relax, refreshed up and rest. Evening, we will meet you again, take a feedback of your trekking and host a farewell dinner at one of the finest Nepalese restaurant in town. O/N Ktm.

Day 17: Day in Kathmandu
Today is your leisure day in Kathmandu. Simply relax at hotel or visit to thamel- shopping paradise in Kathmandu. 

Day 18: Departure 
Altitude: 1350m/4428ft

It is your final day on your trip with us. Breakfast at Kathmandu hotel, then your free for your personal shopping at the Kathmandu shopping paradise at Thamel. As per your flight departing, we will transfer you to airport on time and your trip ends now. 

End of our services! 

Price: US $3000 per person

What is Included?

  • All ground transportation in Kathmandu by private vehicle ( Including airport pick up and departure transfer)
  • 04 Nights twin sharing deluxe hotel in Kathmandu on BB plan- Hotel Apsara Boutique
  • Welcome Dinner at one of the typical Nepalese Restaurant in Kathmandu and Farewell Dinner at one of the finest restaurant in town
  • Day rock climbing in Kathmanadu or Half day guided Tour in Kathmandu Valley ( As requested)
  • Kathmandu- Lukla- Kathmandu flight
  • Kyajo Ri Peak Climbing & Trekking in Khumbu (5 Days on Climbing Excursion with Tented Camp), full board of meals (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, tea or coffee in cups, seasonal fruits etc.)
  • Trekking accommodation in Mt. Lodge & Guest House and climbing in tented camp( Two men tent)
  • Kyajo Ri climbing permit and fees, Everest National Park Permit & Khumbu Village Rural Cipality Permit and fees
  • Group climbing gear such as-  Climbing rope, ice crew, ice hammer, ice axe, snow bar, rock piton.
  • One Advanced Adventures Climbing guide for climbing section & One Advanced Adventures Trek Leader for trekking Section( Both leaders are English speaking, first aid trained, Climbing Leader are licensed from Nepal Mountaineering Association- Rock Climbing and mountaineering trained and has climbing experienced in Everest Summit and other 8000m peaks), the cost of camping and trekkers crew/ insurance/s
  • Sleeping Bags and Down Jakcet for Trek/ Climb use( Need to return after the trip)
  • Advanced Adventures Trek/Climb Duffle Bag & T- shirts, Adventure Certificate
  • Medical Kit Bag ( Including high altitude medicine- Diamox)
  • All necessary Gov. Taxes and service charges

What is Excluded?

  • Nepal Visa fees, intl. airfare in/out Nepal
  • Cost of lunch and evening meals while staying in Kathmandu ( Except provided welcome/farewell dinner)
  • Personal Climbing Equipment such as- Ice Axe, Crampons, Harness, Zoomer, Descender, Carbines, climbing boots etc.
  • Travel Insurance ( Must includes coverage for, air ambulance, medical expenses and trip cancellation)
  • Personal nature expenses such as- phone calls, laundry, hot shower, bar bills, cold beverages
  • Personal tipping to guide/s and porter/s
  • Cost of any extending trips
All prices are in US dollars and do not include international airfare, unless otherwise noted.

We do have several departure dates for our trekking /climbing trips. Please find your convenient departure date from the below listed year and write us. Being as a Nepal based adventure travel Company, we do have permanent trekking set up in mountains so we are very much flexible for the departure dates for our every Himalayan trip. Please view our available group dates as stated and if the listed dates are not matching your expected time for this trip, write us with your personal date, we are happy to organize this trip to you as per your own selected date and we can open the same date for our group departure date.

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Passport & Visa Information
Nepal visa is the easiest visa to obtain; you may buy your Nepal visa at your nearest Nepalese Embassy/ Consulate or Mission offices abroad or buy this upon on arrival to Kathmandu international airport as per your convenient. You have to have 2 passport size photographs, Visa fees in US cash & valid passport at least for 6 months valid at the starting of the trip.

Nationals of SAARC countries and China do not need visa when visiting Nepal. As per this rule, Indian nationals do not require visa. 

Transit visa is provided for foreign nationality for 3 days. Visa must be obtained for staying over the initial period of three days. Currently, foreign national can obtain Nepalese visa from the following border.

• Tribhuvan International Airport, Kathmandu
• Kakarvitta, Jhapa (Eastern Nepal)
• Birganj, Parsa (Central Nepal)
• Kodari, Sindhupalchowk (Northern Border)
• Belhiya, Bhairahawa (Rupandehi, Western Nepal)
• Jamuna, Nepalgunj (Banke, Mid Western Nepal)
• Mohana, Dhangadhi (Kailali, Far Western Nepal)
• Gaddachauki, Mahendranagar (Kanchanpur, Far Western Nepal)

Tourist Visa Fees: 3 days transit visa - Free of Cost
Multiple entry 15 days - US$ 25 or equivalent convertible currency
Multiple entry 30 days - US$ 40 or equivalent convertible currency
Multiple entry 90 days - US$ 100 or equivalent convertible currency

(For further information, please, contact Department of Immigration, Maitighar, Impact Building, Kathmandu, and Tel: 00977-1-4221996 / 4223590 / 4222453, 

Download visa form-: www.nepalimmigration.gov.np

Group Size
In this Kyajo Ri climbing, the minimum group size would be 2 and maximum group size is 10. We can also organize private trip to solo person with single supplement cost. Else, join our estimated group departure dates available online or ask us with your personal dates, we will open group date on the same date. 

Our Guides, Trip & Safety
Because this hikes/Climbing to Kyajo Ri takes you on the remote high Himalayan region, it is very essential that you are accompanied with the very experienced and qualified & equipped leader for the safe and successful trip. We Advanced Adventure employee the local trek guide and stuff who are trained and qualified on the trip we worked on. Our guides are trained and licensed from Nepal Gov, certify from TAAN & Nepal Mountaineering Association. All of our leading Trekking and Climbing Guide are experience from last 8 to 10 years. We have train them specially for your trip, to cater the flexible needs of our peoples in the group joining from different countries, this double assure you that your trip is at the right and professional hands.

At every trip, there would be our one Trek leader/ Climbing Leader and one assistance leader on each additional 2 peoples on the trek/Climbing- this arrangement would ensure that even if any of our guide/ assistance guides get sick or if any travelers gets sick and need to be back or delay the days of walking, it would still works smoothly and there would not be any impact on our original trek plan. Also each two trekker would have one Sherpa helper for carrying your trekking bags. 

Meals & Accommodations
While in Kathmandu, you will be staying 3 star deluxe hotel that ensure your comfort stay and while in trek, your accommodation is at Mt. Lodge and local tea houses, they are clean and comfortable. During climbing, you will be staying in tented camp- two men tents. 

Our accommodation plan on this trip is at twin share unless stated but single supplement accommodation is also available on personal request at the additional cost of US$- 300. 

In Kathmandu, daily breakfast is included on the offered trip itinerary, and welcome and farewell dinner but while in trek & climb full board of meals is included (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner, and Tea- Coffee etc.). We provide you food from the Mt. Lodge & Guest House from en route. Breakfast and Dinner is to be provided from the same guest house we would overnight but lunch would be en route in between. During climbing, we will have our own cook and assistance team to cook food for you. We will also provide boiled drinking water while on climbing only. 

Foods provided are depends on the availability of the Mt. lodges we would be staying but in general, you can have Nepalese foods (Dal Bhat), Tibetan fried bread, various soups, Momo’s (steamed dumplings), potatoes, pastas and even a version of pizza! So, over all you have a different choice of food on trek.

Climbing Seasons
We do have two best seasons to attempt this trek/climbing to Kyajo Ri. We always suggest you to plan this trip at one of the best month for best weather and excellent trip experience. 

Spring: - (March, April, May) - Best warmest time to attempt Kyaro Ri climbing. Rhododendron flowers in bloom- excellent trails and clear skies, best visibility. Good Temperature, warmest weather of the year.

Autumn:- (Mid September, October and November) - Excellent trails, clear blue skies, best visibility. Best Recommended time to attempt this Kyajo Ri Climbing 

Winter Months:- (December, January and February) are also good, but it’s obviously colder. You have to be prepared for this. Summit to the Top is Pretty Cold.

Summer: - Monsoon, so rain and visibility can be a big issue (From Mid June, July and August). We do not suggest you this time for the climbing at this time.

Mountain Weather
The weather conditions in the mountains are notoriously difficult to predict. During the day it can be nice and warm and the nights are generally always cooler. The weather you will experience at Kyajo Ri is simply extreme and rather unpredictable so it is best to be prepared for all eventualities. While at climbing to Kyajo Ri, temperature could fall into negative 10 to 18 degree celsius easily so you have to be prepared for this. 

However, above given chats of temperature are the expected but temperature can be different as per the everyday weather conditions of the mountain so it is unpredictable. Expect the unexpected!

Acclimatization
There is no way to prepare for altitude other than to spend time at altitude. Being in very good physical condition will help ameliorate some of the exhaustion that people often feel, but it will not prevent altitude caused medical problems such as Acute Mountain Sickness. This itinerary was designed with a high degree of awareness of AMS (Acute Mountain Sickness) in mind and to ensure a comfortable and safe adventure trek in the Himalayas. Staying well hydrated and getting plenty of rest may help. 

Travel Insurance & Vaccination
You must obtain personal travel insurance to join us for our Himalayan trips. You must be having a travel insurance, which must cover helicopter evacuation, trip cancellation and medical expenses. And it is suggested that you buy your insurance policy from you homeland country before travelling, as it is difficult buying local travel insurance policy at Nepal. Vaccination is generally requested to plan to your trip to Nepal but it is not a must to have thing to come, but highly suggested. Your doctor will have the information of vaccination you would require to the country you will be travelling. Hepatitis A, Japanese Encephalitis, Polio, Rabies, Tetanus, Typhoid and Malaria etc. are the recommended vaccination for travel Nepal. 

Packing for Trek & Climb
It is essential to have warm clothing and equipment to plan this climbing with us. Here below are some suggestions for planning this trip to Kyajo Ri climbing. Please take it as a reference and prepare your own clothing and equipment.

Head: Sun hat or scarf, Light balaclava or warm fleece hat, Sunglasses with UV protection, and Lip balm
Upper Body: T- Shirts (2), Light and expedition weight thermal tops, Fleece jacket or pullover, Fleece Wind-Stopper jacket (optional), Waterproof (preferably breathable fabric) shell jacket
Hands: Lightweight gloves
Lower Body: Underwear (3), Hiking shorts (2), Lightweight cotton long pants, Light and expedition weight thermal bottoms, Fleece or wool pants, Waterproof (preferably breathable fabric) 
Feet: Thin, lightweight inner socks (3), Thick, warm wool hiking socks (2), Hiking boots with spare laces
Camp shoes (sneakers and/ or sandals)
Accessories: Sleeping bag rated to zero degrees F, Headlamp with spare bulbs and batteries, Small padlock or combination lock, Basic First Aid Kit, Large plastic bags- for keeping items dry inside trek bag
Daypack (you will carry your own small daypack), Water bottles (2), Hiking poles/ walking sticks
Toiletries: Soap, shampoo, toothbrush, toothbrush etc, Earplugs, Small wash towel
Extras: Camera with extra batteries and cards/ film, Binoculars, Reading book |Trail Map/ Guide book
Journal & Pen, IPod & Travel games (i.e. cards, chess, and backgammon)

Climbing Gears: Ice Axe, Crampons, Harness, 2 x Tape slings, 2 x Screw gate Karabiners, Descender/ Abseil Device, Prussic Loops & Plastic Mountaineering Boots

Responsible Travel
Advanced Adventures is committed to Responsible Travel and true sustainability. It was a commitment formed when the company was established, and today, in the face of a multitude of threats to the environment, our commitment is stronger than ever. We aim to ensure that our destinations retain their natural character and cultural diversity for future generations as it is. This vision can only be achieved with the support of all of our travelers and our team effort. We encourage our customers to be sensitive when it comes to photography and dress code, urging travelers to respect difference, privacy, and modesty.  We also consider the effects of tourism on our destinations and promote responsible travel on our trips. We care for the proper wages and proper working conditions for our porters and mountain guides who work with us for our entire trips. In addition, Advanced Adventures is also working to support rural Himalayan community with coordination with Pioneer Foundation Nepal- www.pfnepal.org, which is non- profitable organization that carries social projects in rural mountains/ Himalayan community in Gorkha, which is one of the rural communities in the country. 

Booking a Trip with Advanced Adventures
Once you would choose which trip you would like to book with us, write us with the information or phone us on our phone number for the trip booking confirmation. We have online trip booking option, you may go on that link, choose your trip and date and follow the instruction with information required and summit us.Once your trip-booking request would be received, we would suggest you the final trip booking procedure with advance payment of the trip. Non-refundable deposit of 20% (per person) is required to confirm a place on your selected adventure. Please don't hesitate to contact us in relation to any questions you may have regarding our trip booking Process. 

Meantime, if you any questions, Confusion, do not hesitate to write us at- info@advadventures.com Thanking you!

Pem Chottar Sherpa

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Climbing Guide - Pem Chhotar Sherpa

Personal Details

Full Name: Pem Chhotar Sherpa (CERTIFIED)

Birth: Sotang, Solukhumbu 1979

Career: Climbing/Expedition Guide

Expertise: Climbing, Sightseeing and Culture

Interests: Languages and Rock Climbing

Pem Chottar Sherpa is one of the most experienced climbing/expedition guides in Nepal. Active since the year 2000, Pem has led successful trips to numerous peaks in and outside Nepal.

With 15 years of experience in leading and guiding solo and group climbing trips, he has grown immune to fatigue, disinterest or displeasure from Himalaya. When he is climbing, he is the busiest man in the team; however, his successes came with much difficulties and ordeals.

He started as a junior porter in an expedition led by his uncle. After working 2 years as a porter, he joined chefs’ team for the next 3 years and gradually made his way to assistant climbing guide.

A devoted family guy, he started his job as a guide from Lakpa Ri of Tibet, where he spent almost 4 years. When he returned to Nepal, he was overwhelmed with offers he received to guide teams to mighty mountains like, Mount Everest and numerous other Eight-Thousanderpeaks.

Today, he leads amateur as well as expert climbers to many popular small peaks around Nepal. He’s your climbing leader who will make sure you go summit and back in a good health.

Credentials:

Successful Ascents

S.No

Year

Team

Mountain

Report

1

2000

BRITISH

MERA PEAK

Summit

2

2000

BRITISH

POKALDE

Summit

3

2000

JAPANESE

THARPUCHULI

Summit

4

2001

BRITISH

LABUGE

Summit

5

2001

JAPANESE

KHODE

Summit

6

2002

BRITISH

ISLAND PEAK

Summit

7

2002

SINGAPORE

MARADI HIMAL

Summit

8

2003

BRITISH

LUBUGE

Summit

9

2003

KOREAN

CHOLATE

Summit

10

2004

JAPANESE

MANASALU

Summit

11

2004

BRITISH

RAMDUNG

Summit

12

2005

BRITISH

CHULI WEST

Summit

13

2006

BRITISH

KANCHANJANGHA

8,045 M

14

2007

BRITISH

MERA PEAK

6,654 M

15

2008

KOREAN

EVEREST

Summit

16

2008

INDIAN

EVEREST

8,755 M

17

2008

INDIAN

DHAULAGIRI

7,565 M

18

2009

BRITISH

CHOYO

Summit

19

2010

USA

EVEREST

Summit

20

2011

GERMANY

MERA PEAK

Summit

21

2011

ITALY

ISLAND PEAK

Summit

 

Bal Bahadur Tamang

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Bal Bahadur Tamang was born in Solukhumbu. After completing his eighth grade, he left his village and went to Jiri to work as a porter. His first experience as a porter was to carry a big sack of rice from Jiri to Lukla. He has carried as heavy as 110 kg of load on his back as a porter.

After working as a porter for some years, he met a trek company owner in Lukla and started working for them as a porter. He was later afforded the opportunity to work as a guide. He took the opportunity with both hands. As a guide, his first assignment was to lead two Canadian trekkers and an Australian trekker to the Everest Base Camp.

At present, he lives with his family in Kathmandu. He has a 12 years old son and a 7 years old daughter. He is very fond of the mountains. So much so that as soon as a trek concludes, he cannot wait for the other to begin so that he can be around the mountains again.

 his first assignment was a group of two trekkers from Canada and Australia whom he took to EBC…that being his first trip, it required him to ask a lot of questions to other fellow guides…he learnt a lot.

his family is now in Kathmandu….he has two kinds..a 12 yo son and a 7 yo daughter…and his wife…..when he is not on trek , all he does is wait for the next group to arrive so that he can go to the mountains.

He believes that it is important to give tourists a unique taste of places they visit- be it local animals or flora and fauna, celebrations or culinary experiences. He tries his best to always give the tourists a close view of the life in the Himalayas beyond just the majestic mountains.

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2016-10-11

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It’s a very serious company and I recommend it to everybody

Hi i am gabriel; i’m from montreal, canada.  It was a long time dream for me to travel to nepal so i deceided to fulfill it this november of 2011.I checked on the internet for itinnerary and all details, so i found “adv. Adventures”. I e-mailed them and the next day i got the response and the offer attached.

booked with them and i did my trip with “adv adventures”.  Everything went as i expected, i found the professionalism which i nedeed, i was amazed by the friendship of the staff (Chetprasad Bhatta), guides (ram timalsina), etc as a conclusion, it’s a very serious company and i recommend it to everybody
Anybody interested could contact me for details, opinions
 
MR. RUNCAN GABRIEL | 2011
2404 MONTCLAIR AV, APP.5, MONTREAL, QUEBEC, CANADA
1-514-449-7032
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2014-09-16

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Don’t be put off by the fact that Advanced Adventures is a Nepal based company. They conduct business very professionally

G’day my name is Mitchell, I’m an Aussie (Australian), and have just got back from Nepal. During May 2013 I joined an Advanced Adventures guided climb of Mera Peak. This experience would have to be one of the best trips I have ever taken part in. If you are considering climbing Mera or even just visiting Nepal I would say stop thinking and book your airline tickets. There might be a little bit of pain involved in the climb but the views are breathtaking and the cultural experience is fantastic.

The team at Advanced Adventures was very accommodating right from when we were picked up from the airport, nothing was too hard. In fact one of the common phrases that came out of our English speaking guide’s mouth was “No Problem”, and he wasn’t just saying that, he understood what we wanted and it really was no problem. Our guide had vast experience in the Himalayan Mountains and had been above 8000m several times, he had also been to Mera a few weeks before (Advanced Adventures use the same guide on the same peak the entire season) so he knew the conditions which helped the trip run smoothly, especially on summit day, navigating the ever changing crevasses.

Don’t be put off by the fact that Advanced Adventures is a Nepal based company. They conduct business very professionally, they speak English quite well and are willing to tailor a trip to suit your needs, you just have to ask. In fact one night several weeks before the trip I emailed my Advanced Adventures contact with some questions and got a response within the hour, this was the case with all of my emails.

I am already planning my next trip to Nepal and when I am in the mountains again I will be using the team at Advanced Adventures.

Mitchell Murray | Australia
m-murray@live.com.au
CARINDALE QLD

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