Trekking and Expeditiion
We have made this treks and expedition with
Iceland Trekking
For very good service we could recommend this company to you as Sponsortrek is no trekking agency.

Please join us on trekking and expedition member wanted for easy trek and expedition this year

Special expeditions this year; Tillicho Peak and Putha Hiunchuli. Please visit Iceland trekking:

Trekking and Expeditions this year for victims earthquake Nepal


Mount Everest, Nuptse, Lotze and Ama Dablam
Colourfull welcome ceremony by de Lama of Tengboche for receiving the Lama of Junbesi. Mount Everest (8848 m, pyramid left), Lhotse (8500 m, middle) and Ama Dablam (6900 m, right)
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Some examples of treks and photographs:

Please see website Iceland Trekking for more trekkings

TREK level Days
Rolwaling Standard 2-3 20
Rolwaling with Yalung La pass 3-4 18
Rolwaling with Trashi Labtsa pass 4 24
Rolwaling with Trashi Labtsa pass and Parchamo mountain (6.300 meter) 4-5 25
Ganesh Himaltrek standard from Gorkha to Trisuli 3 18
Ganesh Himaltrek with Jaisuli and Paldor area 3-4 23
Dhaulagiri round 4 24
Kanchenjunga Base Camp 3-4 26
Makalu Basecamp with flight to and from Tumlingtar 3 22
Icecolroute with Little Baruntse and Mera Peak from Tumlingtar (url) 5 33
Manaslu round 3-4 21
Gompas en Rhodondenrons (flight back from Lukla) 3 18
Poon Hill 2 13
Numbur Trek 3-4 20
Mera Peak 6476 meter 4-5 22
Mountain climbing 5+ 20-56
Link treks Nepal Jean van Berkel


Map with location of Mera Peak, Parchamo, Island Peak, Baruntse, Ama Dablam, Gokyo, Kala Patar, Cho Oyu, Makalu and Mount Everest.

Level of treks:
Level 1: Easy walk through low altitude areas up to 2500 m. 2 x 2 hour a day and altitude gain per day is up to 700 m.
Level 2: For good trekkers in a good shape. 2 x 3 hours a day. The paths are good and altitude gain per day is up to 1200 m.
Level 3: Only for good trekkers in an excellent shape, preferably with mountain experience. Paths may be poor or absent.
Level 4: Mountain climbing experience necessary, rough treks through wild and rocky areas and above 5000 m.
Level 5: Mountain climbing with high altitude equipment (6000 m plus)