PROGRAM COULDN'T MORE IMPORTANT THAN IT IS NOW CONSIDERING THE
CHANGES IN THE HIMALAYAS, AS IS DOING IT WITH THE RIGHT PERSON.
You becoming a
climber - not just a client, is both yours and our
EVEREST or, for learning the ropes to climb any mountain
big or small. There is no better place to train than
in the Himalayas. However, Everest Ice Fall or a high altitude 8000m
or similar peak is not the
place to learn to climb.
members who aspired to climb Everest and participated in
this program went on and summitted Everest the following season
with 100% success.
In 2016 four of our 12 participants from 2015' decided to climb Everest post
training and were
successful in both safety and summits maintaining our 100% record.
THREE PEAKS expedition in Nepal we learn to rope up-tie in- and climb together
on some of the most impressive
mountains in the world. Test skills needed
to become a self-reliant climber in preparation to climb big
mountains, all while in the eyes of Everest.
are under the impression they have to climb an 8000m peak like
Cho Oyu or peaks like Denali to learn how your body
does at altitude. We believe that if your body has acclimatized
to 6000m with success, it demonstrates your body has the ability
to adjust , which is key. When on Everest there is plenty
of time, (2-months), eventually everyone will adjust to the
altitudes. What's more important is your mountain awareness,
skills and exposure.
On the THREE
PEAKS climb is much more than a high
altitude walk. Safety should be the entire basis of a training
climb and there is no better place to learn, or person to with than
Tim Rippel-who climbs along side you
and not just leading from base camp. He's a mountain Rescue examiner,
altitude mountain guide/instructor and mountain safety, professional member of the
Association and Risk Management professional for over 30 years
& 50 Himalayan expeditions.