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  • Climbers are on the Famous Hillary Step, on the way to Summit of Everest from Nepal side

    Climbers are on the Famous Hillary Step, on the way to Summit of Everest from Nepal side

  • Marin Minamiya, Japan youngest 8000 metre climber, became the worlds youngest woman to summit Mount Manaslu

    Marin Minamiya, Japan youngest 8000 metre climber, became the worlds youngest woman to summit Mount Manaslu

  • Climbing near the Gendarmes on our summit attempt at around 7600 metres/25,000 feet.

    Climbing near the Gendarmes on our summit attempt at around 7600 metres/25,000 feet.

  • Climber at the AmaDablam Camp 2.

    Climber at the AmaDablam Camp 2.

  • Climber Enjoying the Summit. Photo Jean

    Climber Enjoying the Summit. Photo Jean

  • Squash and Paula at Camp 2 during Everest Climb

    Squash and Paula at Camp 2 during Everest Climb

  • Climbers are on the Lhotse Face.

    Climbers are on the Lhotse Face.

  • Members are resting during our Lhotse and Everest climb at in the Western Cwm between camp 1 and camp 2

    Members are resting during our Lhotse and Everest climb at in the Western Cwm between camp 1 and camp 2

  • Climber crossing the Famous Khumbu Ice fall during climb of Everest and Lhotse

    Climber crossing the Famous Khumbu Ice fall during climb of Everest and Lhotse

  • Tents are in Camp 1 during climb of Mount AmaDablam

    Tents are in Camp 1 during climb of Mount AmaDablam

  • Climbers about to reach Camp 1 from Khumbu Icefall.

    Climbers about to reach Camp 1 from Khumbu Icefall.

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SummitClimb Nepal

Halchok, Near Armed Police Force Gate,
Kathmandu, Nepal
Tel: +977 9851023985, 9851091456, 01 4283382



SummitClimb UK

  • 30 Downfield Lodge, Downfield Road,
    Clifton Bristol BS8 2TQ, ENGLAND
  • Mobile: +44 (0)7810 375400 (evenings please)
  • Skype: SummitClimb or SummitTrek
Please Contact Us At: info@summitclimb.com or info@summittrek.com

SummitClimb US

  • Box 123, Lakebay, Washington, 98349, USA
  • Telephone: 360-570-0715
  • Skype: SummitClimb or SummitTrek

Please Contact Us At: info@summitclimb.com or info@summittrek.com

SummitClimb Nepal

Halchok, Near Armed Police Force Gate,
Kathmandu, Nepal
Tel: +977 9851023985, 9851091456, 01 4283382


What our clients say?

  • Here is what Vik from Seattle had to say:

    "The leader provided great team leadership and is a very good communicator, clear and patient. I liked the independence afforded on the expedition and we had a good team. The solar charger and battery setup in basecamp worked well and the double wall dining tent and heater were nice. The sherpas were very hard working and super friendly. There were no slackers on the staff."

  • Here is what the Mallorys from Canada, a family of 4 Everest summiters, had to say:

    "SummitClimb is very patient and well organized. On expedition the showers were nice, the toilet facilities were good, tent arrangements were comfortable, the food servers were great, the food was tasty, and we even had heaters in basecamp and doctors on the trip.

    The organization was well done and we had very little concerns, with all of our requirements were met. We had a great climb with a huge deal of success.

    The SummitClimb Sherpas were very supportive, capable and helped us at important times when we needed their assistance. Preparation for the climb was made easy, with all of the important information available on the SummitClimb website. Questions were readily answered rapidly by the SummitClimb office staff. Most importantly, the leader was very professional, respectful, communicated information readily, and was a key component in the success we enjoyed on Everest"

  • Here is what Eric from Canada, the youngest Canadian male to summit Everest had to say:

    "It’s a personal accomplishment I have been thinking about for a very long time. I am very happy with the outcome. When I saw the south summit I felt confident and on top of Everest I felt happiness, excitement, and relief at being on top of the world."

  • Here is what Everest summiter, Sophie from France had to say;

    "I think Everest is very different than any other mountains I have climbed. You have to be strong, focused, and confident to enjoy it.

    I love climbing for fun. My personal sherpa was really fun to climb with and did a great job of keeping me motivated. We took it step by step together and he was with me the whole way. We stopped a lot and took breaks, shot photos, had snacks, and enjoyed the experience of climbing Everest. My sherpa let me lead about 60% of the time, which was nice because I love to leading when I'm climbing."

 Please ask many questions so you can be an informed team member and achieve your goals with greater satisfaction. We love discussing our favourite subject, MOUNTAINS, so ask us anything. Thank you very much!

We wish you a good visit. Thank you very much. Best regards from all of us at SummitClimb.com & SummitTrek.com
 
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Greetings from friendly Kathmandu, Nepal's exciting capital. Are you preparing for September, October, November, December climbing and trekking? How's your weather? I am perched on a cool inexpensive luxury hotel rooftop watching golden sunrise silhouette snowy peaks rising above emerald hills at the valley edge. Sipping milky ginger tea and doing a bit of yoga. Down below streets glisten in first rays of dawn, sprinkled with approaching monsoon raindrops. Pavement warms, wisps of silky steam snake into intriguing morning air. At road's edge, fresh vegetable peddlers push over-laden bikes, singing out greens for sale. Scooters and 3 wheelers whizz past, delivering citizens to work, school, and office. Purposeful pedestrians visit neighborhood temples, jingle prayer bells, murmur chants, light delicious devotional incense.

Everest News: Just returned from a challenging season. Congratulations ! Thanks to everyone, to families, loved ones, friends, colleagues, sponsors, for their support. Looking forward to April-May 2018, with 2 Everest expeditions, A) Nepal-South Side and B) Tibet-North Side. Summit Everest or join another successful ascent of climbable Mount Lhotse, world's 4th highest summit - Everest's "sister mountain". Also, ever popular Everest Training Climb, building experience to 7000 metres / 23,000 feet. Achieve your personal highpoint: Camp 3 ! SummitClimbNews.com


My name is Dan Mazur, with 9 years leading Summitclimbs and SummitTreks. This Fall, me and friends: men and women of all ages and abilities, head out for the Best Himalayan Weather of the Year, the Autumn Post-Monsoon climbing trekking season. Join us on world famous mountains: Manaslu, Ama Dablam, Baruntse, Mera Peak, Lobuche, Everest Glacier School, Island Peak, Everest Base Camp, Remote Nepal Service Trek. Can't go this year? Join us for 2018 too!

Charity News: Working together with Mount Everest Foundation, "giving back" to Nepal's people. Thanks to Jangbu Sherpa and Glenn Nyberg, rebuilding schools and hospitals after the 2015 earthquake. With gratitude to Mingma Sherpa, Marcia Macdonald and Laura Rose, restoring Nepal's ancient Deboche Convent, a stone's throw from Everest and Ama Dablam. To Garry Porter and Mount Everest Biogas Team, your inspiration is building a waste treatment plant at Everest basecamp.

To you, our newsletter reader, thanks for donating climbing equipment, clothing and funds to Sherpa Climbing School where trainee students and families make amazing progress ! MountEverestFoundationNews.org

How Are Each of Our Autumn's Expeditions Different? Please read down to find out.

ManasluClimb.com - Best preparation for Everest. In September and first week of October, for 38 days, join our expedition to Mount Manaslu, Nepal's easiest 8000m / 26,000 ft peak. Famous for easy snow climbing, located in the stunning Annapurna region, Manaslu is the world's 8th highest peak and a very straightforward mountain. EXPEDITION LAUNCHES IN JUST 60 DAYS. Leaders Dan Mazur and Dani Fuller: Full Service Cost: $12,850, £9,650, €11,450

AmaDablamClimb.com - Not just another snow plod. Asia's most famous rock and mixed climb: easy technical, very climbable. 29 days: October or November. The most photographed Himalayan peak, Mount Ama Dablam, a 6800 m / 22,000 ft. dry sunny mountain featuring good, easy, solid rock climbing with firm snow, protected by well fixed ropes and strong Sherpas. Located just 20km / 12 miles from Everest. Short expedition, only 4 weeks, no glacier to cross, grassy basecamp, trek follows Hillary's Everest trail. Climbing Ama Dablam qualifies you for Everest. BEGINS IN ONLY 90 DAYS. Leaders Dan Mazur and Holly Budge. Full Service Cost: $5,550, £4,150, € 4,950. Basic Climb Cost: $2,650, £2,050, €2,450. Photo Caption: Ama Dablam at night.

BaruntseClimb.com - Uncrowded grand circle traverse near Everest. Three peaks for the price of one. Easy snow climbing with something for everyone: novice, intermediate, and expert. 32 or 29 days in October or November. Amazing remote trekking off the beaten track. Take a breathtaking flight to Lukla, cross a high grassy rocky pass into Chetra mountains, trek through jungles with deer, snow monkeys. Follow a raging river into alpine terrain. Ascend Nepal's highest trekking peak: "Mera" easy snow climbing at 6500m / 21,300 ft with amazing views of Everest, Lhotse, Cho Oyu, Baruntse, Island Peak. Trek through remote high river valley into alpine lakes region, climb up a smooth snow ridge to the summit of Baruntse, Nepal's most classic 7000m / 23,000 ft peak. Incredible summit views! Finally, trek/climb over the awesome Amphu Labtsa pass at 5800m / 19,000 ft and pop out into Khumbu Valley Everest basecamp trek, with luxury teahouses, yummy cappucino, cold beer and chocolate cake, finishing up your grand circle traverse back in Lukla. Climbing Baruntse qualifies you for Everest. STARTS IN JUST 90 DAYS. Leaders: Dan Mazur and Dani Fuller. Full Service Cost: $8,950, £6,750, €7,950.

EverestGlacierSchool.com -  Opening the peaks to all kinds of people of all abilities. Learn Climbing: practice skills on a 6000m / 19,000 ft peak. 18 days (or 5 days for the school and climb only) during October or November (also offered in April or May). Join for the school itself, or combine with AmaDablamClimb.com or BaruntseClimb.com . YOU HAVE 90 DAYS TO SIGN UP. Qualified leader: Teelay Nuru Sherpa. Full Service cost: $2,450, £1,850, €2,190, Five day option: $1350 .

MeraPeakClimb.com - Ascend Nepal's highest "trekking peak". 22 day trek in October, with two days of easy fun snow climbing at 6500m / 21,300 ft with stunnng views of Everest, Lhotse, Cho Oyu, Baruntse, Island Peak. Amazing remote trekking off the beaten track. Take a breathtaking flight to Lukla, cross a high grassy rocky pass into Chetra mountains, trek through jungles with deer, snow monkeys. Follow a raging river into alpine terrain. 90 DAY BOOKING DEADLINE. Leaders: Dan Mazur and Dani Fuller.  Full Service Cost: $3,150, £2,350, €2,750

IslandPeakClimb.com - Nepal's easiest and most famous trekking peak. Climb to 6,000M / 19,500 ft in just 1 day. Trip runs for 22 days (includes visit to Everest basecamp) or 5 days (climb only) in October or November (also offered in April or May). Perfect as a "stand alone trip" or combine with AmaDablamClimb.com . Full Service Cost - $2,950, £2,250, €2,650. 5 day option: $1350 .

EverestBaseCampWalk.com -  Trek to the most famous base camp in the world, through lush green valleys with tiny villages and waterfalls, to enter the highland of our planet's most famous basecamp, ringed by many peaks and mighty Everest herself, in the footsteps of Sherpa Tenzing and Sir Edmund Hillary. 17 days during October or November, or April or May - Cost $1,850, £1,350, €1,650 .

RemoteNepalServiceTrek.org -  "Give-Back" by bringing medicine and books to poor Sherpa families living on the "wrong side" of Everest. 12 days in November (also June), for "normal" people who love short low altitude treks through gorgeous green mountains visiting friendly families in tiny villages far from the beaten path, staying in lovely Sherpa homes. Minimum Donation: $1,450 £1,050 €1,250 (discounts for medical or education pros)

ChristmasEverestTrek.com - Christmas and New Year Holiday Plans? Its not too early to get into the Festive Spirit! Dates fit your Xmas break : 17 Dec 2017 to 1 Jan 2018. Optional: add on Island Peak (above). REDUCED PRICE! - Cost: $1,850, £1,350, €1,650

AconcaguaSummitClimb.com - One of the "7-Summits"and highest peak in all the Americas. Next Step after Kilimanjaro.  Cost: $3,950 , £3,150, € 3,650

2018 Everest Season in April and May? Are you ready for this? Our Spring trips are already filling up:

EverestNepalClimb.com - Date: 8 April to 6 June, 2018. 60 days in Nepal. Full Service Cost: $36,450, £27,450, €32,550; Basic Climb: $15,150, £11,950, €14,250. AUTUMN: 20 August to 20 October, 60 days in Nepal. Autumn Cost: $44,950; Autumn Basic Climb Cost: $25,150.

EverestTibetClimb.com - Date: 8 April to 6 June, 2018. 60 days in Tibet & Nepal. Full Service Cost: $28,450, £21,350, €25,450; Basic Climb Cost: $13,050, £10,250, €12,250

LhotseClimb.com - Date: 8 April to 6 June, 2018. 60 days in Nepal. Full Service Cost: $14,850, £11,150, €13,250; Basic Climb: $5,150, £3,890, €4,650.

EverestNepalTrainingClimb.com - Date: 8 April to 8 May, 2018 and 22 April to 22 May, 2018. 16 day option: 18 April to 3 May, 2018 or 2 May to 17 May, 2018. Full Service Cost: $8,650, £6,550, €7,750. Sixteen day option : $6,350, £4,750, €5,650.

EverestTibetTrainingClimb.com - Dates: 8 April to 5 May, 2018 & 22 April to 19 May, 2018. 28 days in Tibet. Full Service Cost: $8,950, £6,750, €7,950. Add on an ascent of Mount Lhakpa-Ri for $4,850.

EverestGlacierSchool - Dates: 10 to 27 October or 1 to 18 November Or 8 to 25 April, or 22 April to 9 May, 2018. (18 days in Nepal). 5 day option: 17 to 21 October, or 8 to 12 November 201 , 15 to 19 April 2018, or 29 April to 3 May 2018 (5 day option). Full Service Cost: $2,450, £1,850, €2,190. Five day option: $1350 . 4 day extension to Everest Basecamp : $550.

EverestBaseCampWalk.com - Date: 10 to 26 October or 1 to 17 November, 2017 Or 8 to 24 April, 2018 or 22 April to 8 May, 2018. Full Service Cost: $1,850, £1,350, €1,650.

RemoteNepalServiceTrek.org  - Dates : 14 to 26 June or 17 to 29 November. 13 Days in Nepal. Or, flexible dates on offer: Go whenever you like. Price - Donation: $1,450 £1,050 €1,250 (Gift-Aid Eligible UK / IRS Tax-deductible US) (100% of your contribution for the trek and your international flight are tax deductible).

MustagataClimb.com - Dates and cost: 14 June to 5 July Or 5 July to 26 July Or 20 July to 10 August 2017. 22 days in China. Full Service Cost: $5,750 £4,450 €5,150 ; Basic Climb Cost: $2,250, £1,850, €2,150.

SummitClimbElbrus.com - Ski Tour Date: Ski tour: 15th - 25th of April or 4th - 14th of May. Ski Tour Full Service Cost: $3,050, £2,450, €2,750. Normal Route: 1st- 9th. July , 20th- 28th August,  1st – 9th September or 10th- 18th September. 2017.

KiliTrek.com and KenyaClimb.com - Trips offered twice each year: 14 February-2 March or 1-20 August.

OUR TRIPS ARE FULL-SERVICE and include British, European, and American leaders, Sherpas, airport pickups, hotels, 3 meals a day, internal flights, permits, transport to/from the mountain, private individual tents in basecamp, dining tent, tables and chairs, cooks, waiters, fixed ropes, high altitude sherpas, all tents, high altitude food, walkie-talkie radios, international phone calls, everything you need for the climb and trek.

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Why SummitClimb and SummitTrek?

Our climbing expeditions maximize many years of accumulated wisdom leading trips to the highest mountains on the planet, a strong record of reaching the top of 8000ers: Everest, K2, Kangchenjunga, Lhotse, Makalu, Cho-Oyu, Shishapangma and many other high altitude summits in all safety, along with an intimate knowledge of the officials who regulate the permit system. We have conducted countless 8000, 7000 and 6000 metre peak expeditions, and consider ourselves specialists in identifying, organizing expeditions to, and getting teams safely to the summit and back down. We have been running expeditions for over 20 years and we know all of the bureaucratic officials, liaison officers, yak drivers, and hoteliers/restaurateurs personally in the countries we visit. We must also give credit to our polite and highly experienced, hard-working climbing sherpas, high altitude guides, cooking, and office staff.

The goal of SummitClimb is to lead expeditions stressing 3 goals in the following order:

      1. Safety at all times;

      2. Having fun, being part of a good team, making new friends;

      3. Success in reaching the summit and descending safely.

We encourage men and women from around the world, of all ages, to join us as an individual team member or with your own group , whether that is your spouse, partner, friends, sibling, clients, colleagues, etc. Most of our members join as individuals, our team dynamics work well, and we are able to build successful and safe groups of people that enjoy trekking, climbing, and traveling together.

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