"I was very pleased with the trip and have no complaints. The staff and leader were excellent and we had a good team."
Here is what Dennis from Utah says:
"It was quite an experience of which I will never forget. The views of the Himalayan Peaks were stunning and the people I met were awesome. You have a great team of guides and staff assembled and I enjoyed my time with each one of them and found them to be professional and well suited for the trip. The porters and cooks were quite impressive as well. Thank you for a wonderful, life fulfilling dream come true. Your program is awesome and I have told several people already of the quality of Summit Climb."
These photos were taken on our recent successful Everest View Glacier School expedition where we put 5 members and 2 Sherpas on the summit and had a lot of fun. Photos in slideshow: Valerie Hovland, Tunc Findik, Elselien te Hennepe, Bruce Manning, & Preston Stroud. For caption information on these photos, please visit our Everest View Glacier School photo gallery.
Full Service price includes climb training, Sherpas, hotels, domestic flights, basecamp, yaks, porters, ropes, tasty meals on trek, in basecamp and climb, group climb equipment, tents, radios, satphones, etc
Leader: Ang Sange Sherpa. 9 Everest Glacier Schools. Friendly and helpful Ang Sange teaches everything you need.
2011 expedition success: 100 % on the summit.
Awarded 25 Best New Trips 2009 by the editors of National Geographic ADVENTURE magazine.
May be the "easiest" and most affordable way to learn glacier travel while gaining high altitude experience.
One of the most beautiful places to take an up-close look at the high peaks around Everest in Nepal.
Learn the technical skills needed using ice-axe, crampons and rope to climb the world's highest peaks.
After glacier training, make a summit attempt on the fun trekking peak of Lobuche East.
Trek to Cho La and Lobuche on snow-free paths through green terraced villages, rushing rivers, suspension bridges, lush forests, stay in civilized 'teahouses' and camp in verdant meadows beneath towering peaks.