Mountaineering and Expedition in Tibet


Tibet, known as "The Roof of the World", boasts a number of mountains systems and world-celebrated high peaks, and has the places where to realize the mountaineers dream. So far, there are 46 peaks opened to mountaineers including Mt. Everest (Qomolangma); these mountains have different altitudes with different scenery and the special charm expecting the mountaineers from all over the world. There are many peaks in the Tibet Plateau that have remained untouched by human beings. The Roof of the World is a world of mountains, which possesses ever challenges to mountaineers, who always want to scale new heights or climb through different routes. The best season starts from March - mid June and mid August - mid November.

We directly organize our mountaineering expedition through CTMA - the only professional association in Tibet responsible for organising the mountaineering activities in TAR.

So far we have organized most of the eight thousander peaks including Mt. Everest. We have included some of the peaks for mountaineering in Tibet in this web site. Any query concerning mountaineering in Tibet is welcome.

Mt. Everest Expedition (8848m)

Mt. Chomolangma (Mt. Everest), the main peak of the Himalayan mountains, is the highest peak in the world. Mt. Chomolangma, rising 8,848.13 metres above the sea level, is located at 27.9 north latitude and 86.9 east longitude. It straddles the east section of the border between China and Nepal, with the


Mt. Shishapangma Expedition (8046m)

Mt. Shishapangma (8,012m), located at 85.7 east longitude and 28.3 north latitude, stands in the middle section of the Himalayan Mountains. To the east of Mt. Shishapangma is Mt. Molamenchen (7,703m), to the west are Mt. Xifeng (7,792m), and Mt. Nandengri (7,205m), and to the northwest is Mt.


Mt. Cho Oyu Expedition (8204m)

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