• HIMLUNG HIMAL EXPEDITION 7126M,
    2024 | 2025

Himlung Himal Expedition 7126m, 2024 | 2025

The Himlung Himal expedition, standing at 7126m, ranks among Nepal's most popular 7,000m peaks for climbing enthusiasts. Although not the easiest technically, it presents an ideal opportunity to explore high altitudes and immerse in natural wonders. The expedition has gained popularity, especially during the fall season. We meticulously designed a detailed itinerary for a smoother start to the region, allowing for gradual acclimatization. With minimal objective risk, the ascent unfolds in a high mountain environment.

Country
Nepal
Duration
30 Days
Difficulty
Non technical
Activity
Expedition
Max. altitude
7126m
Best season
Spring - Autumn
Accomodation
Hotel-Lodge-Tent
Meals
Included
Start/End Point
kathmandu/kathmandu

Himlung Himal  Climbing Route

Himlung Himal (7126 meters) is a famous mountain to climb. It's one of the easier 7000+ meter peaks, though still challenging. Many climbers succeed on its summit. Himlung Himal is safe and offers great views. It's near Manaslu and Annapurna, so you'll see stunning peaks from the top. The journey begins with a hike through the Annapurna Nar Phu Valley trail, reaching remote Nar and Phu villages. All teams set up base camp at 4900 meters near Phu village

 
Himlung Himal Summit Plan


Our plan involves making 1 to 2 rounds between Base Camp, Camp 1, and Camp 2 if the weather allows. The final push for the summit will be launched from Camp 2.  It's important to note that Camp 3 is considered as an alternative, but its utilization will only be contemplated by the lead guide if deemed necessary after a thorough assessment of mountain conditions, including snow conditions, wind speed, and overall weather, during the expedition. The decision to strategize Camp 3 will prioritize safety given its higher-risk nature.

 
BASE CAMP (4900M) TO CAMP 1 (5430M)


The base camp of the Himlung Himal Alpinist Club is established at an elevation of 4900 meters, strategically positioned near a water stream for a reliable water supply and shielded from potential avalanches. Our operational approach involves executing 1 to 2 rotations between Base Camp, Camp 1, and Camp 2, weather permitting. The final summit push is planned from Camp 2.


Himlung himal  camp 1 to camp 2 (5400m- 6200m)


The journey from Camp 1 to Base Camp is a relatively straightforward climb, taking approximately 3-4 hours. Climbers will traverse through glaciers, ascend moraines, and navigate small valleys before reaching Camp 1. While the snow conditions may influence progress, the risk of avalanches along this route is minimal.
Moving from Camp 1 to Camp 2 involves traversing a perched scree slope leading to the glacier's side. Depending on the season and snow conditions, this segment poses the most challenging part of the ascent. Progressing up the glacier requires avoiding a few crevasses, and the guide members will identify suitable locations for setting up Camp 2. The avalanche risk at Camp 2 is low, but constant evaluation by the guide members is essential. On the steeper and exposed sections, the rope-fixing team will install fixed ropes for added safety.


Himlung Himal camp 2 - Summit push 7126m

Expect the day to reach the top to be long and tough. The steepest part of the climb starts on the ridge's side, a very steep slope that goes up 1100 meters. This part of the climb is physically and mentally demanding. In hard snow, falling is a big risk, so guides will use ropes here. Then, the path becomes less steep and leads to a flat area before a short steep part. After reaching the top, we'll go down to Camp 1. The next day, we'll go back to Base Camp, rest, pack, celebrate, remember our successful day, have fun, and get ready to head back to Kathmandu, ending the trip.

Himlung Himal Expedition safety Himlung Himal Expedition safety

Safety has always been our top priority at Alpinist. Our team of expert guides is dedicated to leading a fun and successful climb while ensuring safety remains uncompromised. We plan carefully, considering daily weather forecasts and paying diligent attention as we venture into high altitudes. We carry comprehensive medical kits, rescue equipment, and reliable radio and satellite communication gear throughout the journey.

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Itinerary

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Upon your arrival in Kathmandu, our local team warmly welcomes you at the airport. You will then be escorted to the hotel, where you can enjoy some well-deserved relaxation. The itinerary includes a briefing about the trek's progress and presentation, followed by leisure time. If you arrive in the morning, you'll have the entire day at your disposal. This can be used for rest or for those interested, to explore the surroundings freely. It's an ideal chance to deeply experience Nepalese culture and indulge in the local culinary delights.

Transfer to hotel
Final altitude: approximately 1350 m
Meals: Dinner
Accommodation: night in the hotel
Have breakfast and then you have the whole day to explore the best Kathmandu Sightseeing spots with your guide. You can visit and explore one of the most famous Shiva temples, Pashupatinath, recognized as the monkey temple; Swyambhunath, the largest Stupa in the world, also called Boudhanath Stupa; and finally the Royal Palace, Kathmandu Durbar Square. The next day, you will begin your trek on the Annapurna Circuit, so you have to check your equipment to make sure that you are ready for your adventure and climb. Have dinner and stay overnight in the same hotel in Kathmandu
 
Final altitude: approximately 1350 m
Meals: Breakfast
Accommodation: night in the hotel
A long day devoted to the transfer of the group, the local team and the equipment to Koto (2600 m). The rather comfortable journey to Besisahar becomes challenging on the motorable tracks that lead to Koto. Beautiful landscapes of rice fields along the way. Beautiful views of the Himal Chuli (7500 m).

Transfer by jeep 10 hrs
Final altitude: approximately 13,50 m
Meals: Breakfast
Accommodation: night in the hotel
We leave the classic route of the Annapurnas tour to follow the course of the Naar Phu Khola to discover the high valleys of Naar and Phu, which opened to tourism ten years ago. Stage of gradual ascent through beautiful coniferous forests. Beautiful south-facing views of the Lamjung Himal. After a good hour of walking, we cross a small torrent, then the path straightens sharply for the last hour, before reaching the village of Meta where the inhabitants of Naar live during the winter months. The Khampa warriors, originally from Kham (eastern Tibet), settled in Metha after the Chinese invasion of Tibet in 1959, before being driven out in 1975 during a Nepalese military intervention. From their passage, there remain some ruins of an old fort, above the village.

7hrs of walking 
Final altitude: approximately 13,50 m
Meals: Breakfast
Accommodation: night in the hotel
Panorama on Pisang Peak (6092 m), Kang Guru (6990 m), Lamjung Himal, Annapurna II. Continuation of the walk until Jhunum (3695 m), where we cross two torrents. The steep path climbs to the village of Chyakhu.

4hrs of walking
Final altitude: approximately 13,50 m
Meals: Breakfast-lunch-Dinner
Accommodation: night in the hotel
The terrain softens, and a pleasant path leads us to the Khampa hamlet of Kyang. The inhabitants of the alpine hamlet of Phu come to shelter there in winter. Along the way, a clear view of Annapurna II and IV, the northern Kang Guru glacier and the Juna Himal. We continue hiking on a superb path carved into the rock, then we descend to the waters of the Phu Khola, which we follow for some time. We have to gain altitude again to reach the village barrier and, beyond, the village of Phu itself. Wide view of the summit of Kang Guru (6981 m), the Juna Himal to the east. The habitat here is typically Tibetan. Beyond, the valley continues towards Tibet and the high peaks of Peri Himal (Himlung and Ratna Chuli).

4hours of walking
Final altitude: approximately 13,50 m
Meals: Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner
Accommodation: night in the hotel
The rest day is essential to acclimatize. Two nights at 4000 meters altitude will not be too much to acclimatize for the climb to the Himlung base camp (4900 m). It is also an opportunity to take time in the most isolated village of this region. To the north, no obvious access to Tibet; to the south, the path has long been complicated. The people of Phu were cut off from the world. The architecture of the village bears witness to this relative isolation: we can still clearly see the old fortifications erected on a rocky outcrop. The monastery is run by a nun. Its visit is not essential, however, the point of view is worth the detour
From Phu, a few hours of walking make it possible to reach, by undulating slopes and moraines, the base camp Kari Kobler at 4900 meters. It is the new official Himlung base camp and is located on the left bank of the Pangri Glacier. We will do this stage of 800 meters of elevation gain in two days in order to optimize our acclimatization.If the conditions are favorable, we will make our base camp at the French camp which is located on the right bank of the glacier. This camp allows you to avoid making tedious round trips on the glacier to acclimatize and reach the summit. In this case, we will therefore have to cross the glacier and climb the moraine opposite to settle in (1 to 2 hours of additional walking).

4hrs of walking
Final altitude: approximately 13,50 m
Meals: Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner
Accommodation: night in the Tent Camp
The Himlung is a magnificent 7000-meter peak at the bottom of the Phu Valley. Very aesthetic, it is also a belvedere on the Damodar Himal, the Annapurnas, and the Tibetan highlands. It is surrounded by three other “7000”: the Ratna Chuli, the Nemjung, and the Kiagikang.In recent years, the old normal route through which the first climbers had passed has become dangerous. A new normal path has therefore been found. This route has the advantage of being much less exposed. However, it is a route rated “not very difficult higher” which requires good experience in crampons on 35/40° slopes. The ascent of the Himlung is carried out via three altitude camps. Here is a brief description of the route:

 FRENCH CAMP - CAMP 1 (5450 m): Ascent of gentle slopes on hilly morainic terrain. Arrival at camp 1 located in a very rocky area.2 to 3 hours of walking.

 CAMP 1 - CAMP 2 (6000m)This step is the most technical and delicate. We first go up a succession of scree interspersed with spurs. For a few years, the passages of climbers have made it possible to create a correct trace. Then, we will cross a more or less long zone between rocks and glaciers to reach the latter in its less steep part. We will certainly equip part of the route with fixed ropes to facilitate our progression. Then, by a gentler but crevassed slope, we progress roped up to reach a flat area where we can set up camp. The summit is in sight!
Depending on the conditions, 4 to 6 hours of ascent.

CAMP 2 - CAMP 3 (6250 m)with a magnificent view of the Giajikang and the Himlung, we move across to reach a beautiful flat area. We set up camp and we can observe the final slopes of our objective. 1h30 to 2 hours of ascent.

CAMP 3 - SUMMIT (7126 m): A great day awaits us: 8 to 10 hours of travel in rare oxygen! Departure at night to reach the pass by steep and exposed slopes in crossing, before reaching a less steep zone which allows you to breathe a little. Then, we begin a sustained section of 400 meters at 30/35°. The slope eases gently before a final jump that protects the summit. Descent the same day to camp 3. The next day, from camp 3, we reach base camp.
We follow the path taken in the ascent to Koto and end with a day of the transfer to Kathmandu. This time we take a Jeep from Koto to save time; so the Jeep ride is a bit longer.
Reserve day, free and without a guide.

Meals: breakfast at the hotel 
Accommodation: night at the hotel
free time depending on the departure time of your flight and our representative will drop you at the airport, ending your journey in Nepal. We hope to be of service to you again. Thank you and safe travels

Meals: Breakfast

Trip Included

  • ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE: Airport - Hotel transfers – Airport (Pick Up and Drop), by private vehicle.
  • HOTEL ACCOMMODATION IN KATHMANDU:  4 nights hotel in Kathmandu (4-star category) - single room on bed and breakfast plan.
  • WELCOME DINNER: One Welcome Dinner in a tourist standard restaurant in Kathmandu with Office Staff.
  • PERMITS: Expedition Royalty and a permit fee from the Nepal Government to climb Mt. Himlung Himal, ACAP, and Nar Phu Valley special
  • LIAISON OFFICER: 1 Government Liaison officer with full equipment, salary, and accommodation.
  • GARBAGE MANAGEMENT: Stool Shipment Transfer & Garbage Deposit fees.
  • INSURANCE: Medical & Emergency rescue Insurance for all involved Nepalese staff during the trek and expedition.
  • MAP: Trekking and climbing map.
  • DUFFLE BAG: One Alpinist club Duffle Bag.
  • MEMBER TRANSPORTATION: - Private Transportation from Kathmandu – Besi Sahar koto and koto  - Kathmandu, as per itinerary.
  • EXPEDITION STUFFS TRANSPORTATION: All necessary expedition equipment transportation for all Members and Staff from Kathmandu - Besisahar -koto and Base camp (by Porters / Yak) – While returning: Base camp to koto (by porters / Yak) and koto to Kathmandu (by jeep).
  • MEMBER LUGGAGE: Up to 40 Kg per member for personal baggage during the trek to be carried by porters or Yaks.
  • FOOD AND LODGING: 3 meals a day (breakfast, lunch, and dinner; including tea and coffee) along with accessible accommodation at Hotel/Lodge during the trek and at the Basecamp. Hygienic and fresh green vegetables, fresh meat, fruits, and soft drinks will be served during the entire expedition using helicopter flights. Well-managed base camp set up for members & Staff.
  • PORTER: Porters per member up to the Base camp and from the Basecamp (both ways).
  • BASE CAMP STAFF: Experienced and well-trained Base Camp Cook & kitchen Helpers as required.
  • STAFF SALARY AND ALLOWANCE:  All Nepalese staff & porters' daily wages, salary, equipment, food & clothing.
  • BASE CAMP TENT: Each member will have an individual tent in Base Camp.
  • BASE CAMP EQUIPMENT: Single Tent, foam mattresses and pillow per member, 1 Dinning Tent, 1 Kitchen Tent, 1 Communication tent, 1 Toilet & 1 Shower Tent, 1 Staffs Tent, 1 Tent for Nepalese base camp staff, Store tents, Tables & chairs & all necessary cooking gears.
  • HEATER: Heater at base camp in each Dining and other necessary camps.
  • SOLAR/GENERATOR/LIGHT: 1 Solar panel and Generator for lights at base camp, battery charge, laptop and other electronic devices.
  • TRAINING: Oxygen, Mask Regulator, Ice wall, and gear training at Basecamp by Sherpa Guide.
  • HIGH ALTITUDE CLIMBING SHERPA: 1 government-licensed climbing Sherpa per member (1 Member: 1 Sherpa), during the entire climb from Basecamp to the summit and back, and on each rotation.
  • ASSISTANCE: Climbing Sherpa to assist in carrying your gear to the high camps.
  • CLIMBING SHERPA SALARY & ALLOWANCE: Climbing Sherpa Salary, Equipment, Food, and Clothing.
  • BONUS: Carry Bonus of Sherpas and Route Fixing Charges.
  • OXYGEN BOTTLE (O2): Oxygen bottles will be in stock at base camp in case of an emergency (with an appropriate charge).
  • OXYGEN MASK & REGULATOR: 1 Set of Summit Oxygen masks will be in base camp in case of an emergency.
  • HIGH CAMP SERVICE (INFRASTRUCTURE AND LOGISTICS): High Altitude Tent, Necessary cooking EPI gas, cooking pot, High food for a member, Sherpa, and other crews at (C1) (C2) and (C3). Group climbing gears, and fixed and dynamic rope during the climbing period as required.
  • HIGH ALTITUDE TENT: Members will share tents in high camps (2 members: 1 tent).
  • ROPE FIXING TEAM: The team of experienced Sherpas will fix the rope and the route.
  • SATELLITE PHONE: Satellite Phone for emergency communication carried by Sherpa, also available for members with an appropriate charge.
  • WALKIE-TALKIE: WalkieTalkie for communicating from Base Camp to Mountain and Mountain to Base Camp.
  • WEATHER FORECAST: Weather forecast report during the entire expedition.
  • MEDICAL KIT: Comprehensive Medical kit for members and staff.
  • CERTIFICATE:  Himlung Himal climbing certificate(after climbing Himlung Himal successfully).

Trip Excluded

  • AIRFARE: International flight airfare (from and to Kathmandu).
  • NEPAL ENTRY VISA FEE: The Nepalese Visa fee is USD 125 for 90 Days.
  • LUNCH & DINNER: Lunch & dinner during the stay in Kathmandu (also in case of early return from Trekking / Expedition than the scheduled itinerary).
  • EXTRA NIGHTS IN KATHMANDU: Extra nights’ accommodation in Kathmandu. In case of early arrival or late departure, early return from Trekking / Expedition, or domestic flight cancellation (due to any other reason) than the scheduled itinerary.
  • INSURANCE POLICY: Insurance covering both medical and high-altitude evacuation costs (for the trip cancellation, interruption, high-altitude rescue & air evacuation, medical treatment, repatriation, etc.) *Mandatory
  • PERSONAL EXPENSES: Telephone Calls, Internet, Toiletries, battery recharge, hot shower, laundry, soft drinks, beers, and any Alcoholic beverages (during the trek and in Kathmandu but we will have soft drinks for members at base camp).
  • PERSONAL CLIMBING EQUIPMENT: Clothing, Packing Items, Bags, Personal Medical Kit, and all kinds of Personal Trekking / Climbing Gear.
  • FILMING: Special Filming, Camera, and Drone permit fee.
  • INTERNET SERVICE: Not included during the trek and the expedition.
  • SUMMIT BONUS: Summit bonus for climbing Sherpa - Minimum 700 USD.
  • TIPS: Calculate some tips for Basecamp and high camp staff – Minimum 350 USD.
  • EXTRA: Any other services or activities not mentioned in the itinerary and other items not listed in the “Cost Includes” section.

Note: The provided itinerary is for reference only and may vary per participant. It's flexible to accommodate weather conditions. Follow your guide's recommendations, who may cancel or stop the expedition for safety or physical reasons. Remember, this is an autonomous expedition with potential hazards. Alpinist club, your expedition leader, guide, or local teams cannot be held responsible for any unforeseen issues.


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Trip Organization

Your Guide and Team Himlung Himal Expedition 

Your guide, from your arrival in Kathmandu until your departure, is responsible for the success of your trip and oversees your team. Do not hesitate to ask him questions, respect his position as the team leader, and above all follow his advice! Often your guide is the only English-speaking member of the team. In the mountains and, especially when during high-altitude travels, your guide is responsible for the safety of the group. The instructions he gives and the remarks he makes to all participants must be carefully followed. The interest and safety of the trekking group must be preserved, even when it may be to the detriment of an individual member of the group.

Your Nepalese team may consist of several people, each with different responsibilities. They are:

The Guide Leader (Sirdar) is responsible for and leader of the whole team and is treated with respect by all. Often he has earned his position by starting as a porter and rising through the ranks.
climbing sherpa: who fixed the rope and guide you to the summit 
The Cook is responsible for all meals and is on a trek that doesn’t use lodges for meals. (camping trek )
The Kitchen-boy is an assistant to the cook. ( camping trek )
The Assistant Guide is actively helping clients under the leader’s direction and set camp. 
The Porter is the load carrier for the trekking group. As Nepal is a mountain country with few roads, porters are employed to carry loads. Compliance with regulations and common courtesy dictates the maximum weight carried and the minimum wage paid. Porters are provided with gear based on the routes they follow and with insurance for alpine treks.
Each trekker is allotted the following maximum weights per person: Lodge (tea house) Accommodations: 15 kg maximum; Tent Camping: 22 kg maximum; Expeditions/summit ascents: 20 kg maximum. The porters are given a premium wage for carrying loads over 30 kg. In addition, the Nepal Alpinist Club takes care to take out insurance for the Guide and porters. Specific equipment is allocated to them for crossing passes at altitude (even if wearers often refuse to put on shoes due to lack of habit).

Accommodations in Kathmandu
In Kathmandu, you will accommodate in a hotel. We use different hotels depending on availability. The two preferred hotels are:

Hotel Ramoda: Located in the heart of Thamel, this hotel is ideal for walking the bustling streets of Kathmandu. The spacious rooms all have a bathroom, air conditioning, and Wi-Fi. A fully equipped and active dining room is available for all meals, and the breakfast buffet offers a wide choice of foods. The hotel offers currency exchange, laundry services, and luggage storage.
Sampada Garden: Located just 20 minutes on foot from Thamel and  Durbar Square, this hotel is convenient for exploring Kathmandu. The rooms have all the necessary comforts for your stay: air conditioning, bathroom, and Wi-Fi. Breakfasts are served as a generous buffet. The hotel provides currency exchange, laundry services, and luggage storage.

Accommodations during the  Expedition

For camping, accommodation during the expedition: during the expedition, breakfasts, Lunch, and Dinner are prepared by the kitchen team. They are taken to the mess tent. additional energy food is provided. Purchased locally, they offer a more limited. You can, if you wish, bring some complementary cereal bars adapted to your taste.
For lodge accommodation: meals are prepared by the cooks of the lodge and are taken from the lodge's dining room. Here is a typical one-day menu: 

breakfast: eggs, toast or chapati, or Tibetan bread or pancakes, or pancakes, butter/jam, tea or coffee
Lunch: a main course, tea or coffee
Dinner: soup, main course, fruit (fresh or canned), tea or coffee
During the trek, tea or coffee is served with meals. Two cups per person are included. Apart from these included menus, other drinks and foodstuffs will be at your expense.
Water: provide tablets (Hydroclovazone, Micropur, or another type) to disinfect the water you put in your water bottle, depending on the source and on the advice of your guide. It is sometimes possible to buy purified water and refill your water bottle without having to buy bottled water. You can also buy mineral water in the cities (not included in the price) but its ecological balance is poor, as you know. Also, we do not recommend it.

Preparation for the Trek
Preparing for the trek requires several months of preparation with 4 to 6-hour walks every weekend for stamina and participating in a sport that required short periods of high exertion.

Medical check-up
Being in good health is essential to fully enjoy your Alpinist Club trip. If your last medical visit was more than four years ago, please get another general physical exam and tell your doctor the nature of your trip (climate, altitude, difficulty, etc.). The altitude also has the effect of reviving dental problems or other chronic pain, so getting a dental checkup is also prudent. If you are undertaking a high-altitude expedition, we advise you to consult a mountain medicine specialist.

Acute Mountain Sickness
This trip takes place at high altitudes, so some people may experience altitude-related discomforts like headaches, loss of appetite, and swelling of limbs. Most of these symptoms usually go away within a few days, but sometimes they can develop into a serious illness: pulmonary or cerebral edema. There are no preventive drugs for AMS. Diamox diuretic is often effective for symptomatic relief, but you should first check with your doctor to verify that it is not contraindicated for you. Think about it before you go.

Your Personal Trekking   Gear
  1. woolen hat 
  2. fleece hat 
  3. T-shirt 
  4. Thermal full t-shirt (base layer) 
  5. Fleece jacket 
  6. Down jacket
  7. light insulating wear (mid-layer) 
  8. Gore-Tex jacket 
  9. Thermal Trouser (base layer) 
  10. Trekking trousers (flexible ) 
  11. down pant 
  12. Gore-Tex pants 
  13. Gore-Tex gloves 
  14. thin/warm gloves 
  15. Rain punch 
  16. woolen shock (thick) 
  17. sandal 
  18. camp shoes (sports shoes) 
  19. Trekking boot 
  20. sun /glacier glass (uv protect ) 
  21. snow gaiter (also buy in Nepal ) 
  22. sleeping bags   -20
  23. personal first aid
  24. pocket knife
  25. washing soap, towel, tooth pest/ brush
  26. sun lotion enough +30 /50 & lip guard 
  27. Trekking poles (u can buy in Nepal as well) 
  28. headlights, water bottles, Thermos 
  29. books, a camera, playing card

Climbing Gear

  1. summit suit
  2. summit boot
  3. Climbing helmet 
  4. alpine boot
  5. crampons (good condition )and fit for alpine boot
  6. ATC Guide
  7. Ascender (jumar)
  8. screw gate carabineer 
  9. open gate carabineer  
  10. ice Axe normal
  11. ice screw  22m  
  12. auxiliary cord 8m in length with 6mm diameter
  13. dynamic safety cord - 3m length with 8mm diameter
  14. harness 
  15. tape sling- 180cm- 120 cm

Customer Reviews

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Miclo alice - 2023-11-13

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SUCCESSFUL SUMMIT HIMLUNG HIMAL

Climbing Himlung in Nepal with Alpinist Club Adventure was amazing! Our Sherpa guides were fantastic and really helped us reach the top. Our expedition leader had climbed Himlung Himal four times, so I trusted him completely. What makes Alpinist Club special is their great hospitality. The team in Kathmandu was professional and friendly, making sure our stay was enjoyable. They were always there to answer our questions and help us. The booking process was easy, and we had personal phone conversations before the trip to learn about training and gear. The support staff during the hike was excellent, taking good care of us. The food, even at high altitudes, was top-notch. Overall, I had a fantastic time and highly recommend going with Alpinist club Adventure

J

Jackson Australia - 2023-11-13

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SUCCESSFUL SUMMIT HIMLUNG HIMAL

I chose Alpinist Club Adventure for my expedition to Himlung Himal in Nepal after talking to several tour operators. The trip with Alpinist Club Adventure was really enjoyable, and I can't praise them enough. Everything was well-planned, and subash Gurung from their office answered all my questions through emails and calls. They helped me organize my climbing gear, which was crucial for a tough peak like Himlung Himal. Before arriving in Kathmandu, I needed to make sure all my gear was in order, especially because Himlung Himal is a challenging peak. The team, especially Subash and Ngima Chechhi, made the pre-expedition training much easier for me. We had good training at the base camp, thanks to our guide Sujal and our porter Dhanraj. Special thanks to Pema for guiding us through logistics and making this the best experience ever. I highly recommend Alpinist Club Adventure to anyone interested in peak climbing in Nepal. Their service, professionalism, and attention to detail made the trip fantastic.

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