3 foreigner Climber, 2 NRN Climber from UK and 4 Climbing Sherpa ascent Mt. Dhaulagiri(8167 Mtr) with Director Mr. Chang Dawa Sherpa. Mr. Chhang Dawa Sherpa is the youngest 14 Peak Summiter in the world. He climbed Dhaulagiri twice with this ascent.
Name List for Successful Climber to summit Mt. Dhaulagiri on 18th May 2014 are:
1. Mr Jing Luo/ Chinese
2. Mr. Zhu Gang/ Chinese
3. Mr. Rimac Trejo Victor Hogo/ Peru
4. Nirmal Purja/ NRN
5. Krishna Thapa Magar/ NRN
Name List of Sherpa Summiter :
1. Mr. Chhang Dawa Sherpa- team leader
2.Mr. Lakpa Sherpa
3. Mr. Chheji Nurbu Sherpa
4. Mr. Pemba Sherpa
5.Mr. Mingma Dorchi Sherpa
Seven Summit Treks is established under Company Act 2053 and Tourism Act 2035 (Registration No: 68492/066/067. Pan No: 304311183). The company is licensed by Tax Department of Nepal as a taxpayer, and also by Central Bank of Nepal as foreign currency acceptable company from foreigners and members of national and international tourism umbrella organisations.
Our guides, Sherpas and team leaders have years and years of experience in mountaineering, and understand the whims of Himalayas, as much as it’s humanly possible. Over the years, they have been trained to coordinate in a hostile terrain and take immediate actions. Read More..
In general Spring (March to May) and Autumn (September to November) are two best seasons for both climbing and trekking in Nepal.
It is a condition of joining any of our trips that be protected against comprehensive expenses potential to incur due to medical issues or accidents (to include air ambulance, helicopter rescue, and treatment costs). Please be noted that we don’t arrange or sell any kinds of insurance. Read More..
Yes, medical & high altitude rescue insurances are required while climbing. Read More..
Yes, permit issued from Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA) with authorised signature is essential to climb NMA peaks. If you are found to involve in an illegal climbing activity you can face prosecution as per the laws governing mountaineering regulation of Nepal Tourism Act - 2035 B.S. Article No. 38.
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.
You’ll be provided a well trained and experienced guide during the climb.
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.
You can obtain visa to Nepal through embassy or other diplomatic mission to your country. You can also obtain visa at entry points to Nepal, or at the airport in the immigration for merely $40. The extension of visa requires an additional payment of $30. Do not forget to carry some passport size photos with you.