Trekking and Climbing Gear

In our continuous effort to make trekking and climbing trips in Nepal hassle-free and cost-effective, we offer the free use of quality Trekking and Climbing Gear on your Himalayan Trips.

Trek and Climbing Gear for the Himalayan Trips: Company Provides:

Trip Gear for All Trip in Nepal

We provide a good-quality down sleeping bag, down jacket, fleece liner, and rain poncho for trip use.

Gear for Camping Trek and Peak Climbing Trips: We Care for Your

Mountain Hardware or similar two men member sleeping tent.
Trek form mattress for extra comfort.
Dinner tent with table and backrest chairs.
Kitchen and staff tent.
Toilet tent with commode.

Complimentary Gear to Everyone:

Company T-shirts and Trek duffle bag

Climbing Gear: Company Provides

We provide all the personal and group climbing gear. You do not need to worry about buying or renting expensive gear in Kathmandu for just one trip. Getting the right size while renting is always a problem.

We provide the La Sportiva climbing boots, Black Diamond crampons, ice axe, ice bar, ice screw, zoomer, ice axe, harness, and a figure of eight. Furthermore, safety helmets, plain and locking carabineers, prussic cord climbing rope, etc., are needed for each peak climbing group member. Thus, you need suitable mitten gloves and some layer of warm gear only to climb in the Himalayas with us.

Suggested Personal Gear Checklist: You to Bring

Lower body:

Proper trekking boots (1 size bigger than standard size), pair of runners, four pairs shocks (at least), two pairs thin nylon shocks, wind & rainproof Gore-Tex pants, two pairs of warm underwear, Shorts for warm temperatures, pairs of warm trousers, one pair lightweight pants,

Middle Body:

Two pairs of T-shirts, one pair of polar fleece or woolen jumpers, a pair of warm underwear with long sleeves, gloves, and Mittens for climbing

Upper body:

Warm hat, pick cap, neck cover, dust mask,

Other necessary Items:

Day pack 30 + liters (preferably lightweight & comfortable) UV polarize sunglass, minimum 50+ sunblock lotion, good quality two metal water bottle 1liter each, head Lamp with spare batteries, camera spare batteries or charging devices with two pin holder, Personal medications, padlock,

Optional items:

Money belt, penknife (Leatherman/Swiss knife), Binoculars, personal diary, novels, swing kid, Energy bars, water purifying drops/tablets, playing cards, etc. A snow gaiter is required for high-altitude trekking and peak climbing trips.

Guideline in Selecting Some of the Trek Gear:


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 generously fitting with ample room for toes. Note that thicker weight socks are also worn in the cold, and that foot can swell a little when you have been trekking in the heat and trekking at altitudes in Nepal's Himalayas.


It should be loose-fitting and quick-drying, such as polyamide or microfiber. Note that cotton often takes a long time to dry in the mountains. Jeans are not suitable for trekking.


It is for camping wear and trekking on cold days. Thick fleece (200 or 300wt) or wool or fleecy tracksuit pants are recommended, but these are not effective when wet.


At least one 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 remain watertight.


A minimum of 40 -50  liter capacity, with a comfortable harness, so that most of the weight rests on your hips rather than shoulders. The more durable the fabric, the more waterproof it will be.