Himalayan Mountains stretching across the northern
borders of India, from west to east, have hundred of
peaks, many yet un-scaled, inviting the intrepid
Mountaineering as sport is set to have begun in the
Himalayas only in 1883 when W.W. Graham, an European
came to the Himalayas for the sole purpose of climbing.
Graham was not the first foreigner to explore the
Himalayas: many preachers and surveyors had been here
the first part of the Himalayas to be explored and surveyed,
and the highest peak in these mountains is less than 8,000
Zanskar and the parllal Ladakh range contains few large
peaks, but some like Sasar Kangri (7,672 mt.) are only 50 km
north of Leh, the capital of Ladakh. The Zanskar range also
contains the famous peaks of Nun (7,135 mt.) and Kun (7,085
mt.), popular with mountaineers because of their rocky
structure, altitude and glacial face.
Indian ascent of a major Himalayan peak, Trishul (23,360
ft.), was made by Gurdyal Singh in 1951.
year mountaineering is becoming popular and numbers of peaks
are being climbed by Indian as well as foreign teams.
decades of experience in looking after adventure tourism, we
are able to provide complete ground support that includes
clearance of Mountaineering permit, custom clearance for the
equipment, transportation, porters / high altitude porters,
poneys, base camp, crew and other allied services.