In our continuous effort to make a hassle free and cost effective trekking and climbing trip in Nepal Himalaya, we offer the free use of quality gears. GEARS WE TAKE CARE FOR YOU
On all trekking and climbing trip in Nepal (for the use in trip)
Good quality down sleeping bag & fleece liner
Down jacket and duffel bag
Camping Trekking in Nepal
Two men member sleeping tent
Dinner tent with table and backrest chairs
Toilet tent with commode
Staff & porter tent
Climbing expedition trip in Himalaya
we provide all the personal & group climbing gears. No need to worry for the expensive gears to buy just for one trip.
Plastic climbing boots, crampons, ice axe, ice bar, ice screw, climbing rope, zoomer, ice axe, harness, figure of eight, safety helmet, plain & locking carabineers, prussic cord etc
Suggested Personal gears checklist for Trekking and climbing in Nepal
A pair for running shoes, a pair of lightweight pants and long shirts for day time, one pair short pant for trekking, a pair of warm trousers, rainproof jacket with hood, gloves, woolen socks, underwear, 2 water bottles (each: one liter), day pack ( around 35 liter), Toiletries, Towel, Small torch or headlamp with spare batteries, Sun block, Personal Medical supplies if any, Camera and film.
In addition to the essential gears, one need to bring other gears relevant to the months (season) and altitude of your chosen trek as follows:
Months: (Nov / Dec /Jan / Feb / March trek below 3000 Meters)
Lightweight walking boots, woolen jumpers or Polar fleece, Thermal under wears, Cotton T shirts, Sunhat, Sunglasses (100%UV filtering)
Months:( Sep / Oct / April / May trek below 3000 meters)
Lightweight walking boots, Woolen Jumper, Cotton T shirts, Sunhat, Sunglasses (100%UV filtering)
Months (Nov / Dec / Jan / Feb / March trek above 3000 meters)
Medium walking boots, 2 woolen jumpers or Polar fleece, Thermal under wears, Woolen pants, Wind proof / Water proof Over pants, Snow Gaiters, Scarf, Cotton T-shirts, Sunhat, Sunglasses (100%UV filtering)
Months (Sep / Oct / April / May trek above 3000 meters)
Medium walking boots, a pair woolen jumpers or Polar fleece, Thermal under wears, Woolen pants, Wind proof / Water proof Over pants, Snow Gaiters, Scarf, Cotton Tshirts, Sunhat, Sunglasses (100%UV filtering)
Small padlock, money belt, Penknife, binocular, Energy bars , Chocolates / Sweets, Personal diary, Playing cards, books, small swing kid etc.
Guideline in selecting some of the trek gears.
WALKING BOOTS: suitable boots are made of leather or leather/cordura, depending on the length and difficulty of your trek, and should have ankle support and a durable sole, preferably vibram for better grip in muddy or icy/snowy conditions. Boots should be generous fitting with ample room for toes, noting that thicker weight socks are also worn in the cold and that feet can swell a little when you have been trekking in the heat, and also when trekking at altitude in Nepal Himalaya.
RAINJACKET WITH HOOD: should come down over the hips and have a proper storm hood. Gore-Tex is most preferable however alternate waterproof, breathable membrane such as Hydronaute, Repel would be OK.
Woolen jumper or poar fleece: this is very useful when trekking in a slightly cool climate. A 100wt fleece top or lightweight wool jumper is very useful and can be worn under your jacket or raincoat comfortably.
LIGHTWEIGHT PANTS: should be loose fitting and quick drying if possible for instance polyamide or microfiber. Note that cotton often takes a long time to dry in the mountains. Jeans are not suitable for trekking.
WARM TROUSERS: for camp wear and on cold days trekking. Thick fleece (200 or 300wt) or wool is recommended or fleecy tracksuit pants, but these are not effective when wet.
WATER BOTTLE: at least 1 liter, we strongly recommend two 1-liter bottles as the minimum, to ensure maximum hydration. They should be of good quality to withstand being filled daily with boiling water and will always remaining watertight.
DAYPACK: minimum of 35 liter capacity, with comfortable harness so that a majority of the weight rests on your hips rather than shoulders. A more durable fabric will be more waterproof.
Recommended by LONELY PLANET and TRIP ADVISOR: Lonely Planet Travel book for Nepal has enlisted Mountain Monarch as a recommended company for adventure trekking and peak climbing since 2008. Similarly TRIP ADVISOR has rated Mountain Monarch with the Certificate of EXCELLENCE " a Testament to High Standards" since 2008 base on more than 200 trip reviews.
SAFETY on top priority with PAC and medical kit box with medical trained experienced group leader on each trip. We have achieved the rare 100 % SUCCESS STORIES on Everest Expedition and Mera peak climbing with more then 95% scaling the Island peak top in 2012
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