High Mountain Guides / Reports / Expeditions


Accounts from expeditions throughout the world including the Nepalese and Indian Himalaya, Pakistan Hindu Kush and Karakorum, Chinese Pamir, Kryhgz Tien Shan, Argentinian Andes and Moroccan High Atlas.

Nanda Devi East & Changuch First Ascent, Indian Himalaya.....

A team of six British climbers including Guides Martin Moran and Rob Jarvis attempted the truly inspiring, huge and objectively safe South Rigde of Nanda Devi East (7434m) in the India Himalaya in this years pre-monsoon... more>

Mera Peak, Nepalese Himalaya

The whole expedition is assembled at Mera High Camp (5800m). 12 Members, Sherpas and cook staff. Sherpa stew is served and across the Hongu Valley the snowy pyramidal bulk of Chamlang (7200m) is turning from white to Go... more>

Muztag Ata, Chinese Pamir

Whilst Muztag Ata is probably the least technical 7,500m peak in the world it shouldn’t be thought of as an ‘easy’ ascent. The sheer graft and logistics of transporting enough food, fuel and tents up the mountain to all... more>

Ama Dablam & Mera Peak Expedition Diary

Expedition Diary Notes from an Ama Dablam (6856m) & Mera Peak (6476m) expedition, November 2002. These two trips combine well in that the long trek in, journey and technically easy ascent of Mera allow for a great s... more>