Island Peak & Kala Pattar

20,305ft/6,189m - 18,187ft/5,545m, Nepal

Why Island Peak?

  • It is perhaps the best (and only) opportunity for advanced beginner and intermediate climbers to take on challenging glacier climb above 20,000 ft. and trek in the heart of the Everest Himalayas.
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Overview

  • It is no surprise that Himalayan peaks have drawn adventurers, climbers and cultural enthusiasts for nearly 200 years. Read More
  • Some prior climbing experience is required, view our list of prerequisites:
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Why Climb With Us?

  • Detailed logistics have been developed and honed over the last 20 years by our guides and staff.
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  • We invite you to read about the Key Elements of our Climb and Success
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What Former Climbers Say...

  • I was happy to get to Base Camp and climb Kala Pattar, but I was even more thrilled to climb Island Peak ! Ben was a very powerful, knowledgeable and kind guide and we all grew as a team under his leadership.
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Base Camp and Beyond

  • Read our day to day itinerary for this expedition. Our schedule has been finely honed over the past 20 years.
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Schedule and Prices

  • See our Schedule for the upcoming season along with current prices and what is included in your expedition costs.
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  • Sign up for this trip over the phone or fill out an application online:
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Map of Khumbu

Our Trekking Route

In order to acclimatize prior to climbing Island Peak (20,305ft/6,189m), we offer a trek through the Himalayan Khumbu. This expedition offers wonderful trekking through the glorious Khumbu region and any fit enthusiast is welcome to join the team. All team members will have the opportunity to summit Kala Pattar (18,187ft/5,545m), a wonderful location to view and photograph Mt. Everest, then we head for a visit to Everest Base Camp. While climbing team members make the summit attempt of Island Peak, trekking only team members will spend 2-3 days walking in the stunning valleys around Island Peak.