Basic Mountaineering Training

As the Mountaineering activities grew, it was necessary to protect, preserve the mountain environment and communities as well as promote mountaineering tourism by developing certain policies and regulations. 

Basic Mountaineering Training

As the Mountaineering activities grew, it was necessary to protect, preserve the mountain environment and communities as well as promote mountaineering tourism by developing certain policies and regulations. 

Advance Mountaineering Course

Advance Mountaineering Course is developed for the mountaineers who have completed  Basic Mountaineering Course carried out by this association. The duration of the training is 40 days with 10 days theory (Kathmandu) and 30 days practical (Langtang). It is conducted in December -January.

Advance Mountaineering Course

Advance Mountaineering Course is developed for the mountaineers who have completed  Basic Mountaineering Course carried out by this association. The duration of the training is 40 days with 10 days theory (Kathmandu) and 30 days practical (Langtang). It is conducted in December -January.

Mountain Leader Training

Aspirant Guide course is the first step education to be an International Mountain Guide, which is also indicated as transition diploma course. Aspirant guide training is consisting of three components spread out over 10 months, giving a total of 47 training days.

Mountain Leader Training

Aspirant Guide course is the first step education to be an International Mountain Guide, which is also indicated as transition diploma course. Aspirant guide training is consisting of three components spread out over 10 months, giving a total of 47 training days.

High Mountain Rescue Training

Aspirant Guide course is the first step education to be an International Mountain Guide, which is also indicated as transition diploma course. Aspirant guide training is consisting of three components spread out over 10 months, giving a total of 47 training days.

High Mountain Rescue Training

Aspirant Guide course is the first step education to be an International Mountain Guide, which is also indicated as transition diploma course. Aspirant guide training is consisting of three components spread out over 10 months, giving a total of 47 training days.

Preserve natural environment
in the mountain region for
sustainable future.