Three Peaks Nepal

  • Difficulty: 2 Scrambling on low angled terrain of a low technical nature, on snow or rock. Ropes may occasionally be used. Climbers do not need previous experience but do need an ability to move over rough ground. Short steep sections that will require a rope. Basic snow/ice/rock climbing. We recommend that climbers are familiar with ice axe and crampon techniques and/or basic rock climbing techniques although this can often be taught during the trip. Steep terrain that requires moderate level climbing skills on snow/ice/rock. Emphasis on good cramponing skills. Will need experience with rope techniques including rappelling/abseiling and snow camping techniques. Extensive steep terrain. Climber to be capable of following multi pitch climbs and have rope management skills, belay techniques, climbing calls, rappelling/abseiling skills and alpine bivouac and snow camping techniques. Extreme terrain. Climber will have extensive experience on rock or ice and a complete understanding of anchors and protection techniques and a high degree of comfort following longer difficult sections of ice and/or rock in alpine gear with a pack.

    Fitness: C A level of fitness sufficient to carry a light pack (10kg/22lb) and be capable of moving for several hours at a stretch with short stops every hour. Training would include regular walking on hills and gym work to develop strength: light running, swimming and biking. Defined as one who exercises regularly although not necessarily to a really high level, capable of carrying a pack weighing 18kg/40lb for several hours. Regular cardiovascular exercise (3-4 times a week gym/bike/stairs) and include pack carrying on rough ground once a week. A high standard of fitness. Capable of climbing with a heavy pack (25kg/55lb) for extended periods in mountain conditions. High level of training specific to climbing that would include heavy pack carrying over rough terrain and other preparation such as regular gym/pool/bike training. Excellent level of fitness from participants who would have an ongoing commitment to training and maintaining fitness specific to climbing. Expect long days in extreme conditions. Preparation would include heavy pack carrying, specific conditioning through rock and/or ice climbing and habitual cardio vascular exercise.

    Duration

    26 Days

    Elevation

    6,189m / 20,305ft

Three Peaks Nepal
16 June 2014
ISLAND PEAK  6,189m
POKALDE  5,806m
LOBUCHE EAST  6,119m
 
  • Three moderate-altitude summits in one expedition
  • Learn a lot about high-altitude climbing


An ascent of three of Nepal's most popular trekking peaks provides an ideal progression and gives you an excellent introduction to Himalayan mountaineering.

This trip offers an opportunity to partake in a journey that covers a lot of terrain and enables you to make multiple ascents on peaks of moderate elevation.

The journey has many visual highlights with stunning views of the surrounding Himalayan  peaks of Everest, Cho Oyu, Nuptse, Lhotse, Makalu, Ama Dablam and many, many more.

Why AC?

We are renowned for the quality of our service and strategy applied to our expeditions. Our reputation is attributed to meticulous planning and experienced logistics coordination. We have a philosophy of investing in every expedition to offer our trekkers the best possible experience. 

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"Our guide's sense of humour and relaxed nature made the expedition extremely enjoyable, with lots of laughs and great memories! He constantly ensured that we were acclimatizing safely and often ‘checked in’ on how we were feeling, physically, mentally and emotionally. He was able to meet me where I was at and allowed the liminal space for me to challenge myself – transformative stuff."
Sharon Camac, Australia

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South Ridge of Island Peak with North Ridge of Ama Dablam in the distance. © Colin Monteath

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