Sherpa Earthquake Project


With the generous support of our past and present Junkies climbers we are helping rebuild our Sherpas damaged and destroyed homes.

Sherpa Earthquake Project

 

Samuli Mansikka Alpinist Award


We are establishing a foundation in Sammy's name to help young alpinists get into the mountains.

Samuli Mansikka Alpinist Award

 

Upcoming Expeditions


Dhaulagiri, Nepal - August 31 - October 14, 2016

Dhaulagiri is one of the lesser climbed 8,000-meter peaks and has been on our radar for quite some time. The climb can be compared to Manaslu in technical difficulty and we will climb in a similar style and philosophy as we have done on Manaslu for the past eight years. We are inviting experienced climbers, both old and new Junkies to form our first expedition team on her flanks for 2016. The expedition will have a high level support of climbing Sherpas, oxygen, helicopters from base camp and one of the best kitchens in the Himalayas.

Cholatse, Nepal - October 15 - November 11, 2016

Cholatse is a step up in technical difficulty from Ama Dablam and has very few climbers on her flanks compared to the very busy Ama Dablam. This climb is a true alpine classic of Nepal. This expedition will have a 1:1 Sherpa to climber ratio and helicopter transportation from Kathmandu directly to Namche Bazar and return to Kathmandu. This is an ideal expedition for those wishing to tackle the 8,000-meter giants in the future.

Makalu, Nepal - April - May, 2017

We are now offering a Makalu climb from the spring of 2017 onwards. This prestigious peak does not have the crowds that the other popular spring climbs have. The expedition will have a high level support of climbing Sherpas, oxygen, helicopters to and from base camp and as usual, one of the best kitchens in the Himalayas. We plan to trek up the Khumbu Valley to acclimatize and then fly directly to Makalu Base Camp.

Huantsan, Peru - July 1 - July 21, 2017

We are returning to Huantsan for this Himalayan style expedition. We will utilize fixed ropes, aluminum ladders and have Nepal Sherpas help establish the route and place camps. This is an ideal expedition for those thinking of heading to Nepal in the future.

Kanchenjunga, Nepal - September - October, 2017

Kanchenjunga is one of the most remote and rarely visited 8,000-meter peaks. We will approach this mountain using helicopter transportation to reduce the expedition duration. The expedition will have a high level support of climbing Sherpas, oxygen, helicopters to and from base camp and as usual, one of the best kitchens in the Himalayas. The webpage will be active soon.

 

 

Photo credits: Tachi Pesando - Gasherbrum II, Pakistan

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