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Top Ten Mountaineering Expedition in India 2017-18

Looking for best mountaineering expedition in 2017-18? Here we have curated a list of top ten climbing expedition in India. Have a glance and decide for yourself:

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Fully Guided Mount Satopanth Expedition Lead by Everesters

Are you ready for a mountain expedition that will blow your mind and recharge your mind? You have an amazing opportunity to be a part of a fully guided mountaineering trip guided by expert mountaineers and Everesters. The grandeur of mountains, rough terrains and beauty of nature will make you crave for more and make you feel much more centered and relaxed. Here is what you can explore this time:

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Minimising Trail Impact While Trekking in the Indian Himalayas

Leave No Trace is our resolution for January 2016. In this set of four short infographics, we share simple ways to minimise human impact on trekking trails. We owe cleaner trekking trails and nature to our fellow trekkers and the next generation. Do share these infographics with your trekking partners and urge them to keep our trekking trails clean.

Indian Himalayas

How to put out camp fire

How to store food at night

How to pack out trash

We offer fully guided Expedition to the Indian Himalayas for the Mountaineering community around the world. These expeditions are led by experienced Mountain Guides who have been to the Mountains many times and some of them have been to the summit. For those who would like to have their independent departure for any of the mountains mentioned above or to any other mountain in the Indian Himalayas, Shikhar would be pleased to make arrangements for the same. Please do visit us at: Mountaineering Expedition

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Mountaineering in India – Most Exhilarating Ways to Experience the Wonder of India


Nun Expedition
Nun Expedition

Being able to embrace the mountains as you climb them enables you to feel their magnificence up close. Mountaineering in India is an opportunity for everyone to be able to take in the best of the country while whetting the appetite for fun and adventure. The mountains of India are nothing short of magical. Whether on the amateur slopes, or even among the most imposing mountains, the common thread that links every experience is being able to take in the vastness of the terrain and the virgin beauty of the landscape. There are numerous locations that offer opportunities to experience the magic of mountaineering in India.

Kun Expedition
Kun Expedition

The largest destinations include Jammu and Kashmir, Ladakh, parts of Uttar Pradesh and Sikkim. This is where you are most likely to access the highest peaks and greatest experiences. The Zanskar range, Nun and Kun are the ranges which lure the experienced mountaineers most. There are several tiers of peaks which begin with the more modest ranges, going all the way to over 6000 metres. The height and experience has necessitated the mountains to be classified into various categories like ‘open’, ‘border’, ‘trekking’ and ‘virgin’.

Mount Shivling Expedition
Mount Shivling Expedition

This can help people make a selection based on their preference. The best time to take off on a mountaineering expedition would be during the summer. The months from May to October are extremely favourable, while the monsoons must be avoided due to the heavy downpours which render the slopes dangerous and also cause landslides. There are special skills required when undertaking mountaineering. This includes an orientation with information and guidance, and also some climbing skills.

Mount Stok Kangri Expedition
Mount Stok Kangri Expedition

These are important before you even begin your expedition. Based on your level of skill and practice, it is imperative that you only opt for a program meant for you. A medical check is also mandatory before you begin. Those with problems related to blood pressure and weight issues must avoid this sport. You should carry enough supplies to last you, and sets of all medication. Ensure that you are prepared for some of the ailments that you could be faced. Know of their symptoms and cures. Problems like frostbite, sunburn and snow blindness can occur and you should be able to curb them at the onset. Ensure you travel with a registered and recognised tour guide and leader who can take you through the tour safely and ensure that you benefit from the experience. If the mountains beckon, respond with your warm embrace.

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