"adventure on high alpine hills and mountain pass with sweeping panorama of Himalayas"
High Alpine Passes Trekking leads you to an adventure of a lifetime experience with fascinating and enjoyable time on high valleys and mountains in the harmony of pristine wilderness.
Truly an amazing destination in our high alpine passes trekking where you can choose wide-range of programs lined up in our list of adventurous to challenging grade itineraries, from Far East to Far Western Himalaya region, where most of the adventure involved within Mid West and Mid East around Annapurna-Manaslu-Ganesh-Tsum Valley region, where Mid East leads you to Langtang-Rolwaling to Everest region.
Further East program includes Makalu and Kanchenjunga areas into complete isolation away from mainstream trekking trails, similarly Far Western Himalaya includes Upper Mustang-Around Dhaulagiri towards Dolpo-lake Rara-Humla and Limi valley includes virgin areas Api and Shaipal region on remote Far and Wild West of Nepal Himalaya.
In most High Alpine Passes Trekking includes camping where there are minimum lodge and tea-house facilities, we organize excellent camping with separate kitchen unit of cook-kitchen staff-guides and porters or mule / yaks to carry your gear and camping equipments.
On High Alpine Passes Trekking with an adventure over 5,000 meters passes with steep climb and long descend within arctic zone of moraine-ice and glaciers sometimes this adventurous trek can be vigorous and challenging in deep snow conditions, where proper care and precaution are taken by our guides.
Truly a mind blowing an adventure of a lifetime experience in our High Alpine Passes Trekking which leads you amidst world highest mountains with sweeping panorama of snow capped peaks and dramatic landscapes includes walk into nice and lovely hill and mountain villages of lively old culture and traditions, as the walk leads you from cool alpine hills covered in deep serene woodland of rhododendron-oaks-pines-juniper and fir tree lines towards arctic zone of remorseless fields of ice and glaciers in complete wilderness.