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mrwise  
#1 Posted : Thursday, March 28, 2013 5:25:26 AM(UTC)
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Hello everyone,

After a bit I travelled Europe plan in summer month trip in Nepal.

Now the famine was opened for mountaineering, Nepal treks to something like three weeks, maybe trekking peaks which rise to the term "Turk", plus at least one type of high peak above 6000.

In which area should I focus on? So to me.

I initially planned to travel alone and I know that climb alone is stupid and dangerous so I know I'm going to have a delegation with experienced me/renting Guide

So in summary, I am looking for (at least to start), as high, about two weeks and then go to the area from which leave all kinds so that I can meet people from climbing them.

Another thing, there are many courses of mountaineering in Nepal and India alpinistim organizations, courses take about a month.
I read their site a lot and I really love to learn how to climb, but I love to hear someone reviews one of the courses, if I should burn a month on and I would be disappointed.
I would be happy if anyone know/know someone who knows a little on these courses.

Http://www.nepalmountaineering.org/eventspage-2-20Training NMA%

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#2 Posted : Thursday, March 28, 2013 9:45:13 AM(UTC)
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Hello

What do you mean you're planning summer trip in Nepal? Those months?
You can make the Trek in the Everest region and combine it with climbing to the top of IMJA TSE or as it is known as ISLAND PEAK. This is the top of Handbook and have 6150 this course. But this Summit should necessarily loua prior experience. And not particularly technically except perhaps the last part no name. Imtl 41361.2817592593
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#3 Posted : Thursday, March 28, 2013 5:45:17 PM(UTC)
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I'm counting on a big September +-
This changes your recommendation?
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#4 Posted : Thursday, March 28, 2013 6:42:39 PM(UTC)
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You should think about + over. Early September is still the monsoon season. To begin the walk before September 20 and prepare for a few days yet monsoons during the season.
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#5 Posted : Friday, March 29, 2013 3:54:51 AM(UTC)
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I have no clue about-Nepal.

Regarding the question about mountain climbing course. Read the information in the link you gave and I haven't seen one reference all about certification.
Usually when a school post he keeps pushing in every corner of his guides are mountain guides IFMGA-certified high \AMGA = accreditation training mountaineering/rock/top and most prestigious ice world.
You should find out who.
On the other hand, the basic and advanced courses are 40 days when usually the climbing course advanced sises/is in the 10 days to two weeks. Quite unique, I've seen a few programs for schools and never saw such courses.

About 2500 dollars-this isn't basic training relatively cheap but then again like I said this month so I can appreciate that it is very comprehensive.
Another very important thing to note is that they don't provide any climbing gear, so you understand it equipment worth about 5-10,000 USD (depending on the quality of the things you buy) you need to bring with you. Arthur 41362.039212963
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#6 Posted : Saturday, March 30, 2013 5:30:51 PM(UTC)
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Eyal, I'm aware that September is not as comfortable but I fixed because
School, there is another call to take a semester off but open to other options.

Anyway I am looking for the best area for September + things I mentioned earlier.

Arthur, I dig and make certification before, but that's why I'm looking for someone who did one of these courses and more talk is not the only place, eg has it:
Http://www.himalayanmountaineeringinstitute.com/courseform.html

About some equipment I have, some members and some I rent or buy something that took into account. In the second link that costs $ 650.
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#7 Posted : Saturday, June 1, 2013 7:30:21 PM(UTC)
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So I search here and there to the area of mid-August to mid-September,

What prices I should aspire to? That is what is considered a steal and what is considered a reasonable price?

Another question, about where the best stops and ochma time it should take?
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#8 Posted : Saturday, June 1, 2013 7:34:59 PM(UTC)
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$ 1100 with two intermediate stops all Greece in Bombay and Delhi is considered likely?
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#9 Posted : Saturday, June 1, 2013 7:37:10 PM(UTC)
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How long stopover in India? You will need a visa before. It's a reasonable price.
I see that even the early to mid-August. I hope you know what you're doing.
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#10 Posted : Saturday, June 1, 2013 10:04:36 PM(UTC)
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First focus-looking to specialize or only climbing experience?
Because there are many peaks in the combo you can climb them with preparation of a day or two (like the ISLAND PEAK, peak reminded mehra, Amphu Gyabjen). If you want to specialize is a different story and a different preparation.

Secondly about the season:
Eyal says and. You don't have to search in mid-August in the Nepali Himalaya. Rain, muddy, clouds obscure the view you came. I guess the tricky climb (no experience).
We start the Trek in mid-September. We wanted to start from Jenin to the locla. We canceled the plan due to regular rains and mud-filled roads. In the situation was much better but we were astonished to see how each passing day visibility improves (!!!).

This year Nepal dismissed just because the topic (we also limited students to early October).

Not worth to buy across the India Visa-Visa one and one to go.
The amount is similar to the rate visa with two entrances. Because the transit visa 15 day attack anpkata going to have to get two separate visas (at least it was in 2012 so important to check).

A better option: Verify with your airline if you can move the flight pod sequel to Kathmandu so you won't have to go through passport control in India (render the visa required).
Move directly to transit where you wait for the next flight.

We flew last year 830 dollars (680 dollars to India and Kathmandu 150 round trip). This year we found no prices.

Check flights through Amman-significantly lowers your flight (last month was $ 520 flights to Delhi with Oman Air concussion of 3-4 hours and in return).

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#11 Posted : Saturday, June 1, 2013 10:29:11 PM(UTC)
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I forgot to mention-an additional option as of September-Turkish Airlines run 4 weekly flights direct to Kathmandu. Great price-$ 520
4 hours direct flight.
You can fly to Turkey with any low cost airline (for example Pegasus) you choose and to Kathmandu with Turkish Airlines (to leave the country with her). Shaharellert 41426.8218981481
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#12 Posted : Saturday, June 1, 2013 11:11:22 PM(UTC)
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To hell with the Turks. Unable to publish this month?
Just bought a more expensive ticket. Phew.

Anyway, you're going to get a lot of rain. Less evident heights but you won't see many landscapes. I realize you're limited on so you might want to think about climbing the top in Europe.
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#13 Posted : Saturday, June 1, 2013 11:54:23 PM(UTC)
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Eyal, look at the bright side: you are in Nepal.
I am willing to pay a lot to the semester itaachr ... ... ... ...

Mrwise-if the latest date you can get is mid-August to replace opinion.



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#14 Posted : Sunday, June 2, 2013 1:44:24 AM(UTC)
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I finished studying thanks to Buddha.
I'm waiting for December.
mrwise  
#15 Posted : Sunday, June 2, 2013 3:12:29 AM(UTC)
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I guess I'm trying to deny Mr., I won't be able to fly to Nepal, at least not without a semester.
See what we do. Thank you!
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#16 Posted : Wednesday, June 12, 2013 2:43:24 AM(UTC)
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Hi,

If you haven't given up.

I was in Nepal two years ago. Did an incredible trajectory in the Everest region, which included the standard path in the main valley up to Everest Base Camp (the «EBC trekking). From there I moved to the East Valley to Chukkung, did a short climbing course ended in-Island Peak climbing (6190M). Amazing. Total course + type = 4-5 days. Tough guy. Very pleasant days of preparation.

From there I moved to the Western valleys — crossed the Pass and Renjo Chola Pass and back to Kathmandu. Total all the event took two and a half weeks. And it was amazing!

I'd recommend you.

Also the Porter and the climbing done through the Agency: http://www.himalayanrstexpeditions.com/

The Agency belongs to a pair of very nice and professional. You can receive advance email recommendations, and they are happy to help. The Trek can be done alone, and set them to date in Chukkung class. So do lots of people.

Allow to close the way things come. Assuming they're in the same place you were before (which is a reasonable assumption) the NSA is on the floor below the Agency SUISA. Behind the stairs.

Good luck, and hope that you get.

Jolly

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#17 Posted : Thursday, June 13, 2013 8:40:44 PM(UTC)
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[QUOTE = shaharellert] I forgot to mention-an additional option as of September-Turkish Airlines run 4 weekly flights direct to Kathmandu. Great price-$ 520
4 hours direct flight.
You can fly to Turkey with any low cost airline (for example Pegasus) you choose and to Kathmandu with Turkish Airlines (to leave the country with her).

It seems that the price is $ 850 per their website.
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#18 Posted : Thursday, June 13, 2013 11:45:52 PM(UTC)
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The age-just checked – 1 September to 1 October, the price is 1004 lira they $ 536. Of course you have to add the plane to Turkey. I don't know how you skin but it prices price.
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#19 Posted : Friday, June 14, 2013 1:50:28 AM(UTC)
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AHA! A concussion. I'm talking about a direct flight from Israel to 850 by this Turkish Airlines website
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#20 Posted : Friday, June 14, 2013 1:51:06 AM(UTC)
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There is no such thing as a direct flight.
That's the least one concussion.
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