Friday, February 10, 2012

Imja Tse


Photo By Rick D.

An ascent of Imja Tse, 20,315'.

For beta on climbing in Nepal contact Pete Shelley at:     himalx (AT) yahoo.com

Pete Shelley, Rick Dvorak, and I went to Nepal a few years ago to climb in the Himalayas and experience a different culture.  I can't say enough good things about the trip.  The people were remarkable, the peaks gigantic, and the culture was significantly different than small town Montana.  We had great weather and were able to summit the trekking peak named Imja Tse (Island Peak, 20,315'). 




Kathmandu

Bazzar in Lukla, Photo by Peter Shelley


The Khumbu Himal


Pete and Rick


Sherpani women near Thame


If you're in the area you must visit Toshi and Lopka at the Ama Dablam Lodge!


Pete brought tooth brushes to the school children at Periche.


View of Ama Dablam from Nangkar Tshang (16,760')


Near Chomolungma (Everest) base camp, Pumori in the background, photo by Pete Shelley


Myself, Pete, and Uttra on Kala Patar (18,400'), Chomolungma (Everest) and Nuptse in the background. Photo by Rick D.


Imja Tse (Island Peak), photo by Rick D.


View of Ama Dablam from Imja Tse, photo by Pete Shelley


Pete, Rick, and Uttra near the summit of Imja Tse


Pete taking a well needed shower


Lhotse, Photo By Pete Shelley

Cheers, Loren

1 comment:

  1. Truly amazing article.Thanks for your article.It is nice and have good information about the trekking which is i am looking for.wish you best of luck for your all future efforts.

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