6500 - 7500 m Expedition

Expedition in the Himalaya of Nepal is one of the most rewarding and challenging adventures. Expedition can be termed as a journey undertaken by a group of people with some specific purpose, often exploratory, scientific or geographic in high Himalayas. Nepal is considered as one of the best adventure (expedition) destinations in the world ever since Tenzing Norgay Sherpa and Sir Edmund Hillary scaled Mt. Everest for the very first time in May 29, 1953. 

Often considred as the land of Himalayas, Nepal never fails to impress its admirers with glorious mountain scenery. The altitude, technical aspect, shape, history and geographic location of the mountain normally determine it popularity among mountain climbers. 


6500 - 7500 m Expedition Packages

Ama Dablam Expedition

Ama Dablam Expedition - 29 Days

Destination : Nepal

Price : US $7000 p/p

The ascent of Ama Dablam via the South West Ridge is one of the most beautiful…...

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Baruntse Expedition

Baruntse Expedition - 38 Days

Destination : Nepal

Price : US $8800 p/p

For climbers ready to move on to a 7000+ meter-peak, Barunste, 7129m, is the ultimate peak,…...

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Himlung Expedition

Himlung Expedition - 33 Days

Destination : Nepal

Price : US $7500 p/p

Although Mt.Himlung is a gradual, non-technical climb, at 7126 meters it is a significant challenge in…...

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Tilicho Peak Expedition

Tilicho Peak Expedition - 37 Days

Destination : Nepal

Price : US $7500 p/p

Tilicho Peak is a challenging but straightforward climb. Tilicho Peak Base Camp sits on the shore…...

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