Finnish Scouts’ Team summit Baden Powell Peak

Posted Apr 6th, 2010 under Company News, Trip Report,

Explore Himalaya had organized an expediton to Lord Baden Powell Peak in the Langtang region for a Finnish Scouts team.  Six Finnish Scouts (Piitu, Ville, Leena, Anna, Maija, Mikko) & a Nepalese scout, Naresh Maharjan reached the summit of Lord Baden Powell Peak on 1st April 2010.The sherpas accompanying the team were Pasang, Gumbu, Najdang, Jugel Tendup, Grimen, Sona, Naresh, Da Wangchu, Sange.

Explore Himalaya extends its heartiest congratulations to the successful team!

The victorious team at the summitBaden Powell peak (5718m)

Making their way to the mushroom shaped summit- Baden Powell Peak

Visit Baden Powell Peak Climb (Scout Peak)

Trek to Tharpu Chuli

Posted Jun 16th, 2009 under Company News, Trekking & Hiking, Trip Report,

Tharpu Chuli Trekking Adventure: James  Ward

James Ward is a Technical Evangelist for Flex at Adobe and Adobe’s JCP representative. In his bio it is mentioned, “much like his love for climbing mountains he enjoys programming because it provides endless new discoveries, elegant workarounds, summits and valleys”. Perhaps it was his love for climbing that drew him to Nepal Himalayas. Explore Himalaya organized a spring trek to Tharpu Chuli for James and Jenny Ward.

While organizing trips for clients , Explore Himalaya always aspires to make it a memorable and pleasurable one. Working with this objective,  EH has  been rewarded with “thank- you ” notes and positive feedback from grateful clients. One such note was sent by James Ward. The note is reproduced below;

June 6, 2009

This letter is honest and truthful feedback about a recent trek and Tharpu Chuli summit attempt with Explore Himalaya. Our guide for our trip was Maule Tamang. Maule’s mountain experience and his deep caring for his clients made our trip an extraordinary one. While we were not able to summit due to adverse snow and weather conditions, we ended the trip fully satisfied with the experience we had in the Himalayas.

Maule’s communication skills and English proficiency exceeded our expectations and did not in any way limit our experience.  I don’t know how we would have communicated with some of the tea house staff without Maule. His knowledge about Nepali culture , the mountains, climbing , trekking and may other topics allowed us to learn much more than we expected.

Maule’s attentiveness to time and schedule kept us from hiking in the rain and from feeling fatigued.

With six porters to take care of ,  Maule was effective and efficient. They all seemed happy with how well he managed them and took care of them. Our summit attempt experience couldn’t have been better considering the poor weather conditions. Camping at high altitudes was done better than any camping experience I’ve ever had. It was so luxurious!  Maule did a great job getting camps set up and torn down quickly. He kept us well fed and warm the whole way. As he led us up and down the steep route, we felt safe and secure. In a difficult section he took time to fix a rope for additional safety.  Based on Maule’s expert advice we decided not to attempt the summit. The conditions were dangerous , and it was wise of Maule to not push us into an unsafe position. We have peace that we made the right decision.

Overall we had a great trip with great staff and felt that we experienced the Himalayas and Nepal to the utmost! “

Sincerely,

James Ward, USA

e-mail: james@jamesward.org


photo: James Ward

Everest summit by Altitude Junkies

Posted May 20th, 2009 under Climbing & Expeditions, Company News, Trip Report,

Everest summit by Altitude Junkies

We have just recieved information that four members and five sherpas have successfully reached the summit of Everest.Phil Crampton(UK/USA) summitted yesterday (19th May) while three members-1. Charles Scott Woolums (USA), 2. Brian Russell Strange (USA) and 3. John Robert Strange(USA)and five sherpas – Pemba Sherpa, Jangbu Sherpa,Da Ongchu Sherpa ,Namgyal Sherpa and Pasang Sherpa summitted today. Explore Himalaya( logistic organizer for the group) congratulates the successful team members!

CAVAPLAND Kanchenjunga (8,586m) Expedition – 2009

Posted May 19th, 2009 under Climbing & Expeditions, Company News, Trip Report,

We have received information from the base camp that three members of the CAVAPLAND Kanchenjunga Expedition led by Oscar Cadiach Puig have successfully reached the summit of Kanchenjunga. Juan Jose Garra Lorenzo (Spain) and Kinga Baranowska (Poland) summitted yesterday (18th May), while Alberto Cerain (Spain) summitted today(19th May), a few hours ago. Kinga became the first Polish woman to climb Kanchenjunga. Oscar Cadiach Puig (Spain) and Julen Gotzon Anton (Spain) will try to top it tomorrow. Explore Himalaya( logistic organizer for the group) congratulates the successful members and wishes all the best for the summit push to the rest!

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The meeting and handling and service of the supporting staff was perfect. The trek guide was very active and good.

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