Nepal 6000 metre peaksListed in Alphabetical order:
Imja Tse-Island Peak
South-East Flank/South-West Ridge
En tente cordiale
To get to Nepal you will have to fly from either India, Thailand or Singapore. To get to New Delhi India try (there are many others).
Royal Air Nepal
There are permits required. These can be arranged by yourself or the firm that you hire to support your team. There is also an entry visa to Nepal. The below can be of help. Permits The General Secretary, Nepal Mountaineering Association Post Box No. 1435, Kathmandu.
External LinksAma Dablam
Imja Tse/Island Peak
- A personal site with pictures, video and stories about climbing big mountains around the world
Mountains include Cho Oyu, Ama Dablam, Denali, Grand Teton, Longs and more.
- Personal site of Alpine mountaineering
My site has tirp reports, pictures, videos and stories of my climbs to Ama Dablam, Cho Oyu, Denali, Everest and more.
- The Ascending Path LLC
Spring and Fall 2003 expeditions.
- Ama Dablam Alpine Style 2005 Expedtion
Our site is about international, non-commercial expedition which will take place in October-November 2005.
- A Successful climb in nov-2005
- Ama Dablam trip report
- Trekking in Nepal
Trekking/Climbing site with information about summitting Kongde/Kwande
Helping the Sherpa community
There are several organizations dedicated to helping the Sherpa community. Here are just two. Should you wish to contribute to this worthwhile cause contact either of the following organizations though the information below.
The Sir Edmond Hillary Foundation The Sir Edmond Hillary Foundation 222 Jarvis Street Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5B 2B8 (416) 941-3315
The American Himalayan Foundation The American Himalayan Foundation 909 Montgomery Street, suite 400 San Francisco CA 94133 Telephone (415) 288-7245 Fax (415) 434-3130
Vocational Tibetan Expedition Mountaineering School For further information please contact: Nima Tsering at: Fax: +86 891 633 6366 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Hans Schallenberger at: Fax: +852 2646 5301 E-mail: email@example.com
If you are not able to be on an Official Expedition try one of these guided ascents.
Alpine Ascents International