Himalayan Expedition

Mount Makalu 8463 meter was first climbed by a French party in 1955. The peak was first mapped and photographed from the Tibetan side by the 1921 British Everest reconnaissance. Hillary and Shipton photographed mount Makalu on the 1951 Everest reconnaissance. Hillary and others approached the peak a year later after the failure of their mount Cho Oyu 8201meter expedition.

The first attempt on mount Makalu was in 1954 by a US team, mostly from California, who trekked all the way from the Indian border near Biratnagar. At the same time a British team approached the mountain, but this expedition was abandoned when Hillary became seriously ill and had to be evacuated. In the autumn of 1954 a French team attempted the peak. In the following spring, successfully ascents were made by three teams of French climbers on successive days. The Japanese climbed mount Makalu in 1970, another French team climbed it in 1971 and a Yugoslav expedition reached the summit in 1975.

Mt. Kanchangunga, 8564m, the 3rd mountain in the world, is located in east of Nepal. It is one of the most challenging among the 8000m peaks for climbing in Nepal. The mountains long ridges and valley glaciers offer feasible approaches from all directions. Normally 4 high camps are established to attempt the summit.  

International mt Everest South 8848 expedition Fixed data 2 april- 1st jun 2018/2019

Cho Oyu (8201m) is the sixth highest mountain in the world, located a short distance to the west from Everest in the Khumbu region of Eastern Nepal along the Tibetan border. There's no really technical sections and the objective dangers are close to non-existent. Its relatively easy access makes it an attractive climb for someone with limited time, as it can be attempted in roughly 6 weeks

Makalu, the fifth highest peak in the world rising to 27,765 feet (8,463 meters). This beautiful and impressive massive is situated just 14 miles east of Everest in the Khumbu region. Its size alone is impressive, but its perfect pyramid structure with four sharp ridges makes this mountain all the more spectacular. Makalu is actually a double peak. The subsidary peak rising just north of the [...]

Mt. Manaslu, 8163m, the eighth mountain in the world, is located about forty miles east of Annapurna 1 . It is one of the most popular among the 8000m. peaks for climbing in Nepal. The International mt Manaslu 8163 expedition 2013 Base Camp service

Manaslu with height of 8163m is the eighth highest mountain in the world. This mountain is located 40 miles to the east of Annapurna in Central- Western Nepal. Manaslu full service Expedition is taken by many as an alternative to Cho Oyu Climbing. Once a restricted area, Manaslu region was opened for trekking since 1991. First successful climbing of Mt Manaslu was done by the Japanese team [...]

Shisha Pangma is the 14th highest peak of the world, and is considered by many as one of the easiest 8000m mountains to climb. Shisha Pangma is the highest peak in the Langtang Himal and is located almost due north of Kathmandu entirely on the Tibetan side of the Himalaya. The peak is characterized by its long, steep, craggy southern face rising over 2000m, making it an imposing sight to all [...]

Lhotse stands at 8516m, making it the fourth highest mountain in the world. It is situated at the border of Tibet and Nepal. Its long east-west crest is located immediately south of Mount Everest, and the summits of the two mountains are connected by the South Col, a vertical ridge that never drops below 8,000m. Lhotse has three summits: Lhotse Main 8516m, Lhotse Shar 8383m and Lhotse Middle [...]