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There are only three major peaks in Tibet which the Tibet Mountaineering Department has given permission for climbing. According to Buddhist Philosophy every mountain is sacred and should not be touched by human feet. One of these mountains is Everest which can also be climbed from the Nepal side, the other 2 are Cho-Oyu (8201 meters) and Shishpangma (8153 meters), neither of these giants are technically difficult but any mountain over 8000 meters (only 14 in the World) demands the greatest respect and those participating in either of these climbing programs will need to be of a high standard of fitness. Our climbing team are vastly experienced all having participated in numerous Expeditions in Nepal, Tibet and India.
With the establishment of Tibet Mountaineering Association on June 8, 1982 it has been adhering to the principle of actively carrying out friendly relations with the mountain and mountaineering organizations in all provinces and municipalities of the Peoples Republic of China and in foreign countries and regions all over the world with a view to co-operatively promoting the mountaineering undertaking of mankind.
Although Tibet Mountaineering Association has opened so far 22 peaks for expeditions and thinking of 3 more peaks opening above 6000 m. in the near future. However, out of these 22 mountaineering peaks opened so far we, the Adventure Silk Road Inc., have set our choice for the following peaks only since there are generally persuaded by foreign climbers and alpine clubs throughout the world.
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Shishapangm is one of the very lovely mountain of China, which lies in the autonomous region called the Tibet of China, only a very few people in the world had idea about the Shishapangma before the Chinese opened Tibet to the western summiteers in 1978. The Tibetans regard it as the very holy mountain. It is the youngest mountain among the peaks situated above the height of 8000m, and there are only fourteen mountains above in the 8000m high Himalayan ranges. Till to date many climbers have succeeded to approach on its apex. The mountaineers who wish to climb 8000m peak, Cho Oyu will be their best choice ... more details
The mountaineers who wish to climb 8000m peak, Cho Oyu will be their best choice since the mountain is straight forward to climb with minimal objective danger and less technically demanding. Cho Oyu has higher rate of success than other 8000m peaks simply because of the easy access to the base camp and short and all fixed technical sections during the climbing. Normally, three camps are set in the approach. From base camp, we trek to the advance base camp at 5,700m. We climb through steep moraines to a shoulder at 6,400m where camp I is set up. From here we climb up through the ridge and fix rope to climb a 50m ... more details
Nayainqentanglha lies in Damxung county of the Tibet Autonomous Region. Nyainqentanglha has characteristics in the obvious inland arid climate as it lies in the hinterland of the continent. The months of May to September proved to be a good season for climbing. At the northwest foot of the main peak rests the second largest Sault lake, Nam Tso. With the establishment of Tibet Mountaineering Association on June 8, 1982 it has been adhering to the principle of actively carrying out friendly relations with the mountain and mountaineering organizations in all provinces and municipalities of the Peoples Republic of China and in ... more details
The Mount Gurlamandata (Namo Nani) is the neighboring mountain, which is situated very close by the sacred called the mountain Kailash. It lies in the western side’s Himalayan ranges lying in the Burang part of Tibet. The local people call it the Namo Nani means the "Fairy's Peak" and it is made of with six ridges. The west ridge is like the Fan shaped and East Ridge is with very much steeper cliffs. Towards its North the holy lake Manasarovar and Langatse are situated. Gurla Mandata's base camp is situated on the on the glacier at 5600m, high. Gural Mandata (Namo Nani) Mountain was first climbed by Sino-Japanese expedition in 1985. After ... more details
Shishapangm is one of the very lovely mountain of China, which lies in the autonomous region called the Tibet of China, only a very few people in the world had idea about the Shishapangma before the Chinese opened Tibet to the western summiteers in 1978. The Tibetans regard it as the very holy mountain. It is the youngest mountain among the peaks situated above the height of 8000m, and there are only fourteen mountains above in the 8000m high Himalayan ranges. Till to date many climbers have succeeded to approach on its apex. The North West normal route to Shishapangma takes us up easy angled snow slopes up to 35 ... more details
Mount Nojin Kangsang is one of the beautiful peaks in Tibet and it is located in between the way Zhangmu to Lhasa of Tibet. This peak was fist climb by a Japanese climber called Tadakiyo Sakahara (56). The base camp can be settled at Anyang Pu. The Advance Base cam is located in the eastern ridge of Nojing Khangsantg. Beyond the Anyang Pu base camp. From the ABC, now you can advance your climbing and gradually resting and fixing your day camps it takes approximately 9 days to reach on the Summit. Another easiest route to climb this peak from Karo La. This route goes toward summit from its southwest ridge. In between there is ... more details
Everest 8848m. Expedition begins you well coming from Kathmandu where you meet the staff of Adventure Silk Road Inc., in the airport and Transfer you to Hotel. Next day, is the start of the introduction of Expedition crews and the joining of the team members. Since then we make your Tibet visa and other necessary document for the Everest Expedition. 3 day after we drive you up the Friendship Bridge through Arnico Highway Nepal-Tibet border; where the Chinese liaison officer and Chinese transport meet us there. The expedition gears go by truck while we travel by Land cruiser 4wd. We take time to acclimatize with one night at Zhangmu ... more details
The Naimonanyi is located in the west of mid-Himalayas in Pulan, Ali. Over 7694 meters above sea level, the mountain peak first attracted a planned scientific expedition in 2004, which was also carried out jointly by these Chinese and American scientists. Thus it was identified as an ideal place for ice coring to study climate change, given its high elevation, relatively low latitudes and flattish geomorphology on the top. The base camp was set up in a 4800m.a.s.l valley in Naimonanyi region on Sept. 10, 2006. Scientists then transported the ice coring equipment, life necessities and logistics to the required spots (6100m a.s.l) manually, though ... more details
A stunningly beautiful peak, Gulha Kangri sits on the Tibet / Bhutan border. From Lhasa the approach to the peak takes two days. We will travel through the region of Lhodak, a stronghold of Tibetan Buddhist culture. The mountain is considered holy, and is a pilgrimage destination for Tibetans. Gulha Kangri is surrounded by a series of 6-7,000 meter peaks all of which remain unclimbed. The peak was the first climbed by Japanese in 1986 via the NW ridge. Gulha Kangri offers many possibilities for new routes. Gulha Kangri mountain with the main peak rising at 7,538m above sea level, is located at 90.6 degree E and 28.2degreeN Gulha ... more details
Lhakp Ri Mountain is the newly becoming famous expedition in Tibet; and many climbers have been attracted these days to this mountain climbing through Tibet side. It divides the upper east Rombuk and Kharta glacier. It is very closed to Mount Everest and one feels as equal to climbed Mount Everest the moment, one reaches on the top of this mountain.It was first climb by George Mallory who was on his way to the Everest Reconnaissance in 1921; and he had seen its North Col. Bill Tilman made the second ascent during his Everest reconnaissance in 1936. The Third ascent made by French Everest Summiteers Michelle Pelle in 1988. The ... more details