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Ski Expeditions in Nepal

DREAM…EXPLORE…DISCOVER THE SKI EXPEDITIONS IN NEPAL

Climb up, ski down in the core of the Himalaya…

Skiing in the very high altitude is an entirely different sensation than climbing high mountains. Whether heli-skiing or ski-touring, skiing is getting popular in the Himalaya as well.

Besides usual climbing expeditions, to go for a Ski Expedition in Nepal requires much more endurance, self-reliance, and excellent skiing skills. Most of the Himalayan mountains are not favorable for skiing because of vertical flank, altitude, and impropriate snow information. But there are a couple of skiable mountains such as Putha Himchuli, Mera Peak, and Saribung Peak, which are not technical climbing peaks but have a perfect shape for skiing.

Among the fourteen 8000 mountains, Shishapangma is the only mountain appropriate for skiing from camp-3 to deposit camp. However, because of the extreme altitude, very good skiing skills are required.

We have operated a couple of skiing expeditions to Putha Himchuli, Saribung Peak, and Shishapangma. Norbu Sherpa (Wild Yak co-founder) himself has done Ski Expeditions to Muztagh Ata and Shishapangma.

Join our upcoming Ski Adventure in the Himalaya. For more detail, check our particular packages and contact us for any further information or for a private Ski Expedition in Nepal. We are happy to advise you by phone or email.

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Skiing Mountain

Putha Himchuli

Wild Yak Expeditions is introducing Ski Mountaineering Mountain in Himalaya called Putha Himchuli 7246 meters. Putha Himchuli is located far west of Nepal’s Himalaya in the wild, mysterious and considered as one of the most magical region called Dolpo.

  • Duration

    30

  • Max. Altitude

    7,246 meters / 23,773 feet

  • Difficulty

    II

  • Accomodation

    5* Hyatt Regency in Kathmandu / WYE Tents

  • Per Person Cost

    USD 11,990

GREAT HIMALAYAN EXPERIENCE

Mustang Saribung pass

The Mustang Trek, also known as “Medieval age or Forbidden Kingdom trek”, in the old hidden Buddhist kingdom of Mustang (“Mun Tan” meaning literally in Tibetan “the fertile land”). The region of Mustang, officially opened to tourism in 1992, only allows a limited numbers of trekkers each year in order to protect and conserve the local traditions and its fragile environment. Mustang lies to the northwest of the Annapurna range and extends on to the Tibetan Plateau. Its mountain range forms a frontier basin to Tibet.

  • Duration

    27

  • Max. Altitude

    6,050 meters / 19,850 feets

  • Difficulty

    Difficult

  • Accomodation

    Tibet International / Yak & Yeti / Glacier Hotel, Lodges in the Trek

  • Per Person Cost

    USD 6990

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