Trips Nepal: Trekking and Mountaineering in the Himalayas

A country that needs no great introduction for mountain sports and hiking enthusiasts. Nepal has established itself in recent decades as a mecca for high-altitude mountaineering and trekking worldwide. Here you will find the highest concentration of 8000 m peaks, as well as an abundance of technical 7 and 6000 m peaks. The choice of multi-day treks is also magnificent, passing through vast valleys such as the Langtang Valley, Namche Bazar Valley and Poon Hill. Through its paths play world-famous trekking such as the Annapurna Circuit, the oft-trodden Everest Base Camp Trek and many more.

Exploration abounds in Nepal, and unique adventures await fit adventurers of all experience levels. Come along and experience for yourself how much opportunity the Nepalese mountains offer for alpine challenges of all kinds.

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Everest von Khalapaten aus gesehen

Everest Base Camp Trek

15 Days, Trekking

Reach the base camp of the highest mountain in the world and experience the fascinating Sherpa culture up close. Round off your trip with sweeping views from the Kala Pattar lookout, at an altitude of 5550 m!

Yak steht vor dem Ama Dablam

Everest 3 Passes Trek

23 Days, Trekking

A challenging trek for fit hikers that will take us over 3 high altitude passes. It is rated as slightly more difficult than the EBC trek, and yet slightly easier than the expedition treks on Island Peak and Mera Peak.

Einheimischer reitet am Annapurna Circuit Trail

Annapurna Base Camp Trek

14 Days, Trekking

The trail to Annapurna Base Camp is one of the most popular treks in the world due to the breathtaking views and short travel time required. We will marvel at the Annapurna range including Annapurna I (8091 m), Annapurna II (7937 m) along with Machhapuchhre (6993 m) and Dhaulagiri (8167 m).

Also on the way we will reach the base camp of Machhapuchhre (6993 m), a true highlight of our trip!

Aussicht zum Mustang Trek

Upper Mustang Trek

15 Days, Trekking

The mystical, less explored and untouched land of high Mustang invites every trekker to discover its great beauty. The once forbidden land of Upper Mustang lies beyond the mountains and is the only desert region in Nepal. Strongly Tibetan settlements are commonly seen in this region, which reflects the ancient culture and tradition of the former kingdom of Lo. The Upper Mustang Trek is a visual and spiritual delight for travelers seeking tranquility in a faraway land.


Mera Peak

Lobuche East – 6119 m

18 Days, Expedition trekking

Lobuche East Peak is one of the highest trekking peaks in Nepal, guaranteeing stunning views of Everest, Cho Oyo, Nuptse and Lhotse. A long continuous ridge connect Lobuche East with Lobuche West. Lobuche is easily visible from Pheriche. On the way to Everest, the rocky East Face rises above the moraine of the Khumbu Glacier to form an icy silhouette – the South Ridge, the link between the East Face and the glaciated ascent route. The first recorded ascent of Lobuche East was made by Laurence Nielson and Sherpa Ang Gyaljen on April 25, 1984.

Island Peak, Imja Tse

Island Peak – 6189 m

18 Days, Expedition trekking

Island Peak was the name given to the mountain by Eric Shipton’s group in 1952 as it reminded them of an island in a sea of ice. It is also known by its Nepalese name “Imja Tse”. Climbing Island Peak is the dream of every amateur and professional climber who seeks the thrill of adventure and wants to go beyond simple Everest trekking. The mountain is an extension of Lhotse Shar and is located between the glaciers Lhotse and Imja with an altitude of 6189 meters.

Mera Peak

Mera Peak – 6476 m

19 Days, Expedition trekking

Mera Peak is one of the most famous trekking peaks in Nepal. With its 6476 m, it is considered the highest authorized trekking peak. The climb offers breathtaking views of over five 8000 m peaks: Mt. Everest, Cho Oyu, Makalu, Kanchenjunga and Lhotse. The climb is considered more adventurous and less demanding than other trekking peaks in this region. The climb is considered moderate, and is therefore perfect for demanding trekkers who want to get an insight into high altitude mountaineering.

Ama Dablam

Ama Dablam – 6812 m

26 Days, Mountaineering

It is considered one of the most beautiful mountains in the Himalayas. In the Sherpa dialect, the name means “necklace of the mother,” reflecting the mountain’s distinctive shape: the long, gracefully curved ridges on either side, stretching out like the arms of a mother (Ama) protecting her child. And the hanging glacier below the summit forms the Dablam, the traditional double pendant with images of the gods worn by Sherpa women.


Himlung Himal

Himlung Himal – 7126 m

25 Days, High Altitude Mountaineering

The Himlung Himal is often considered a training and preparation mountain for 8000 meter peaks. The mountain is located in the Peri Damodar range in Manang district, but is not on Chinese soil. From Koto or via Chame, one has to hike through the banks of the Marshyangdi River. Since Manang district is in the rain shadow zone, the trek to Himlung base camp is a special experience. The place is also famous for the sight of the rare “Ghost of the Himalayas” – the snow leopard. The culture and households of the locals in Nar and Phu offer a completely different view into Nepalese culture. The Himlung Himal was first climbed by a Japanese expedition team in 1992. The current normal route to the summit is via the north-west route.


Pumori – 7161 m

35 Days, High Altitude Mountaineering

The Pumori, a breathtaking pyramid-shaped mountain that straddles the border between Nepal and Tibet, reaching an impressive height of 7161 meters. Its majestic peak rises strikingly into the sky, casting its enchanting shadow on Kala Pathar, which lies at 5800 meters above sea level. Thanks to its unique shape, the Pumori is easily recognizable and its name, which means “Unmarried Daughter”, comes from the Sherpa language.


Cho Oyu Nepal

Cho Oyu – 8201 m

40 Days, High Altitude Mountaineering

the Cho Oyu is the sixth highest mountain in the world. The Tibetan word means “Turquoise Goddess”, as it becomes a stunning turquoise peak after sunset.

A special feature of Cho Oyu is that it is considered one of the most accessible eight-thousanders when climbed from the Chinese side. We therefore choose this route and increase our summit chances enormously! An adventure for experienced high-altitude mountaineers on the roofs of the mountains.

Manaslu bei Sonnenuntergang

Manaslu – 8163 m

47 Days, High Altitude Mountaineering

Manaslu is the eighth-highest mountain in the world with an altitude of 8163 meters. It is located in the Mansiri Himal, part of the Nepalese Himalayas, in west-central Nepal. Its name stands for “mountain of the spirit”, and is derived from the Sanskrit word “manasa”, which means “spirit” or “soul”.

An adventure for experienced high-altitude mountaineers on the rooftops of the world.

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