This is the second time Alex Txikon a Spanish Climber (36 Yrs) has returned to the Nepal for an attempt to the summit of the Mt. Everest in winter season. Born in Lemoa (Bizkaia, Basque Country), on 12th of December 1981, Alex Txikon is the youngest of 13 brothers and sisters. He has taken part in more than 30 expeditions so far, has climbed up to the summit of 11 of the 14 highest mountains.
Two Austrian, One Dutch and four Sherpas from Seven Summit Treks successfully made a summit of Mt. Ama Dablam via Southwest Ridge. Mt. Ama Dablam which stands at an altitude of 6,812 meters in the Eastern Region of Nepal is considered as technical peak to climb.
On 30 Oct 2017, between 11:00 – 12:00 PM the team of Seven Summit Treks made successful ascent of Himlung Himal which lies to the Northeast of Annapurna Range and stands with an altitude of 7,126 Meters. “7 foreigners and 8 Sherpas were on the top of Himlung this morning and we hope more summit by tomorrow.” Chhang Dawa Sherpa, Director of Seven Summit Treks said. The details of all today’s ascents will be updated as soon as we get more updates from the leaders Ang Temba Sherpa and Mario Hetzel (Germany) he added.
6 Koreans planned to climb Kyungka RI 1 peak located in Langtang Region of Rasuwa District. Kyungya RI is also know as Kyungka R1, stands with the height of 6599m / 21650 ft. (Cordination : 28°17'48" / 85°40'03 ) and lies on the border of Nepal/Tibet. The peak is surrounded by Shalbachum Glacier on its SW side, Chusumdo Glacier (Tibet) on its North side and Kyungka Glacier on its SE side.
Mingma Sherpa, Chairman at Seven Summit Treks, who had flown to Manalsu today morning with Two Sherpas; Sona and Dawa gyalje confirmed that the duo has been able to rescue a Sherpa Climber who fell ill on his way back from the summit.
Himlung Expedition Autumn 2017 , sherpas and members details with SST
As per report, yesterday, on 15 October 2017 the team members of SST Korean Kyungya RI 1 Exp. 2017 made the first ascent of Kyungya (Kyungka) RI 1 which stands with the height of 6,599m and located in Langtang Himal Range in Rasuwa District. “Four climbers: 2 Koreans and 2 Sherpas scaled the peak first time in the history. Six more climbers are also planning to be on the top today” - Chhang Dawa Sherpa, Director at Seven Summit Treks stated.
Korean Team Reached Middle Camp yesterday and Planning for summit of Kyungya Ri 1 (6599 m.) in Langtang Region.
The team of 6 members and 4 Sherpas from Seven Summit Treks who reached their first camp (Mid Camp) yesterday are on final summit push of Kyungya Ri 1 also known as Kyangka Ri 1 which stands at an altitude of 6,599m (Co. LL- 28°17'48" , 85°40'03") in Langtang Himal Range of Rasuwa District. This Peak remains unclimbed till the date as there was an expedition on 2010 Spring of Japanese team leaded by Yoshichika Yamada but due to the bad weather and high wind team was just able to gain 5850m height above Camp 2.
Finally, the Manaslu Expedition comes to the end. We feel glad that the operation and management of the expedition was on the level of expected standard. Chhang Dawa Sherpa, Director of SST who managed and operated the expedition on Manaslu this autumn gives the final report of all ascents which are mentioned below.
#manaslu & #dhaulagiri #update All 6 Sherpa from SST; Nga Tashi, Ngima Dorchi, Damai Sarki, Lakpa Temba, Vinayak Jung Malla & Tenje Chumbi Sherpa successful fixed the rope up to an altitude of 6,800m approx. (Camp 3) via standard NE Route and planning to go higher in fews days as all climbers will soon arrive to the basecamp. This year Seven Summit Treks have 60 individual climbers who will be attempting to the summit among them 22 climbers (Chinese, Iranian, Indian and South Korean) reached to the Sama Gaon today by Heli flight. #dhaulagiri The team of Carlos Soria has descend down to Basecamp of Mt. Dhalulagiri I after acclimatizing for couple of days between CI and CII. (Ming Temba Updated) Stay connected for further updates. #manalsuexpedition #7summitstreks #sevensummittreks
Sherpa's Fixed rope up to Camp 3 of Mt. Dhaulagiri 2017
As per Guinness World Record Ltd. K2 (8,611m / 28,251 ft.) is only the remaining 8000er peak among all 14 to be climbed in winter, both calendar (20 Dec to 20 March) and metrological (1 Dec to 28 Feb). Digging the past there are only 3 attempt on Mt. K2 in winter unfortunately, all unsuccessful.
First Summit of Mt.Lhotse 2017 : Route fixed by 07 Sherpas and these Sherpa guides were organized by Seven Summit Treks and 14 Peak Expedition company. 01 Norway , 01 Bulgarian and 01 Indian climbers reached to the Summit of Mt.Lhotse at 5pm and they are planning to comeback to Camp 2 today and again they will attempt Mt.Everest.There are more then 150 climbers attempting Mt.Lhotse including Sherpa guides ! Mt.Lhotse was not summit by any players after 2013 because of big incident in Khumbu icefall in 2014 killed 16 Sherpas by avalanche. Mt.Lhotse was not summit in 2014 and again in 2015 no one reached at summit due to earthquake and in 2016 many climbers attempted to climb Mt.Lhotse but no one summit all climbers returned back from 8460m because one fixing team Sherpa guide fell down after that all the players canceled the summit attempt. This is good news for the all mountaineering community that Mt.Lhotse is successfully summit after 4 years by Seven Summit Treks team. We are updating with the names and other complete details soon. Please check our web page www.sevensummittreks.com
Mr.Gregory Attard from Republic of Malta summit Mt. Makalu on 11 May 2017. He reached on top at 10:30 AM and safely return to Camp 3. He will decent to Base camp tomorrow. He climbed in an alpine style organized by Seven Summit Treks P. Ltd. Source: Mr. GREGORY ATTARD via Satelite phone.
All together 19 climbers reached at the top of K2 Summit. First Nepali Women to summit K2 achieved new record. 3 women from Nepal Dawa Yangzum Sherpa, Maya Sherpa and Pasang Lhamu Sherpa reached at the summit on 26th July 2014 and achieved new record too.Along with them Mr. Adrian Michael Hayes from UK,Mr Al Hancock from Canada,
Seven Summit Treks Team Summit Mt. Gasherbrum II (8035 Mtr)
Ascent of Mt. Broad Peak(8048 Mtr) by Seven Summit Treks Team on 24th July 2014
Congratulation to all the summit team of M/S Seven Summit Treks Today on 28th November 2013, 09:30 on Mt.Amadablam (6812m) by Mr.Lakpa Sherpa , Mr.Pemba Sherpa, Mr. Mingma Dorchi Sherpa ,and Mr. Cheji Nurbu Sherpa and most important the 05 Chinese climbers summited Mt. Amadablam. This is the first time Chinese climbers summited this mountain in China mountaineering history.
As regular to every succeed years, We are preparing Expedition for 2017 Autumn, Hope we would reach to provide our best service to all our valuable clients at most reliable cost. Our Preparation are for Mount Dhaulagiri ( 8167 M ) , Mount Makalu ( 8463 M ) , Mount Manalsu ( 8163 M ) , Mount Himlung ( 7126 M ) ,Mount Amadablam ( 6812 m ) as an expedition . We also will be organizing Every NMA peaks for all individual Clients and Trekking to all tourism destination in Nepal. For your further query or more information please drop your mail at - email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org Regards with thanking Managing Director Mingma Sherpa
Trekking Agencies´ Association of Nepal (TAAN) has unveiled three trekking routes -- Humla-Rara, Rara-Khaptad and Jaljala Trek -- in mid and far western development regions. Sushil Ghimire, secretary at the Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation (MoCTCA), launched maps and promotional DVDs of the new trails during the 35th annual general meeting of TAAN held on Friday. Mahendra Singh Thapa, president of TAAN, said, “Tourist spending has not increased in line with the growth in tourist arrivals.
Nepal's tourism ministry said Friday it plans to exercise tighter control of climbers scaling Mount Everest to make sure they keep the world's highest peak clean and to prevent rows. The team being set up by the tourism ministry would also seek to prevent conflicts among the mountaineers. Nepal has already made it mandatory for each expedition team to hire liaison officers from the ministry to ensure better relations with locals.
7 Foreigner Climber and 5 Sherpas summit Mt. Makalu (8463) on 18th May 2014.
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In general Spring (March to May) and Autumn (September to November) are two best seasons for both climbing and trekking in Nepal.
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Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA) classifies certain peaks between altitudes of 5000 m to 7000 m that can be climbed in a day as trekking peak. The total accent from basecamp to the peak and the decent back to the base camp can be accomplished in a day. The license for those peaks can be obtained from NMA.
Experience or no experience, it requires certain level of fitness to climb a peak. Depending upon the altitude and difficulty level, some training might also be necessary. However, there are certain mountains that can be climbed by a trekker or someone with no experience at all.
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During your stay in base camp, you will be provided a tent. You will also be provided food appropriate to your upcoming endeavor. Before you reach the base camp, you will be placed in a lodge or tea house.
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