Autumn Season is the ideal time to go to Nepal: the weather is stable and the views of the mountains are clear. From September, we offer numerous guaranteed departures on more than ten programs, from Kanchenjunga in the east to Dolpo in the west. There is something for every taste! From little-used routes like the Tsum valley or the 4 Balcony paths, to the classic routes of Everest and the Annapurnas, but also Mustang. We also offer climbs to 6,000 meters with Island Peak, Mera Peak, or even a combination of the two, as well as a new peak, Thorong Peak on the Annapurna tour. For high altitude enthusiasts, Baruntse at over 7,000 meters and Manaslu at over 8,000 meters.

Our treks in Nepal: departures guaranteed this autumn


The trek to Everest base camp via the high passes is undoubtedly the most beautiful in the region. For those who have the level, this allows you to avoid the crowds of the classic return trip to Kala Pattar, but also and above all, to benefit from 5 extraordinary viewpoints (Renjo, Cho La, Gokyo Ri, Kala Pattar and Kongma La) and of the turquoise blue lake of Gokyo. An immersion at altitude which requires having had a first experience at more than 5,000 meters before or, in any case, paying close attention to acclimatization in the first days. Walk slowly, drink plenty of water. Finally, for those who have dreamed of it, the Everest base camp, full of stories, will complete this journey.


The acclimatization trek through the high passes is already the most beautiful trek in the region and is sufficient in itself, but if you have a mountaineer’s soul, the Ascent of Island Peak at 6,189 meters is the unique opportunity to have a great race among the giants. For those who have some knowledge or are steeped in the history of Everest, the return trip to the base camp will allow you to take a look at the place which could have generated so much fantasies, happiness and tragedies. This day will also allow you to acclimatize a little better.


MERA PEAK (6461m)

Ascents of Mera Peak (6,461 m) are a program for experienced mountaineers who want to practice it in the Himalayas. Mera Peak allows you to pass through a pass (Amphu Lapsa) and uncroweded valleys while enjoying exceptional views of the Himalayan range. We leave the comfort of lodges for a few days for fixed camps. A trip, or rather a rare expedition, reserved for motivated, experienced and knowledgeable people.

MERA PEAK (6476m)


A journey to “Kangch” is a journey through time. Access, long and uncertain, protects it from massive attendance, but the reward is significant. This trek to the Kangchenjunga base camps fascinated me with its incredible diversity. We pass from cardamom fields and rice fields to yak pastures and larches, from the half-timbered houses of the Rai and Limbu animist ethnic groups to the shingled roofs of Tibetan houses. The locals greet us by clasping their hands as we pass. A memory will remain etched forever in my memory: when I meet a group of indigenous people going towards Jannu, they recite a mantra in honor of Kumbakharna (Jannu in the Rai language), because it is their sacred mountain, and the shaman, accompanied by the villagers, is on his way to perform a ritual. I had to force myself not to turn around and follow them!!! Be careful, the level is high, but the delicious mix of daily life and discovery of the villages, linked to that of the stages involved and views of the peaks, make this route in Nepal my favorite without any hesitation.



 Tsum valley, a recently opened valley of Tibetan culture, with the high mountains embodied by Ganesh Himal at more than 7,400 meters. The lodges are rudimentary, but meetings with the population and visits to monasteries are there.



This great trek at the foot of the Annapurna takes a little-traveled route to explore the secret valley of Naar Phu and its Tibetan villages.Hikers who love preserved and wild spaces, the Naar Phu valley was for a long time one of the trans-Himalayan communication routes to Tibet.After crossing rice fields and forests, we rise towards the high mountain area:The glaciers are nearby. Arriving at Meta, Chako, Kyang and Phu, dry stone villages, chortens, prayer flags fluttering in the wind punctuate a high altitude desert under Tibetan influence. We leave the Naar valley by crossing the Kang La, at an altitude of 5322 m. Up there, the Annapurna and Manaslu massifs spread out before our eyes