You’re reading our first ever Clymb Adventures Partner Spotlight. We’ll be giving you an inside look at the people who power Clymb Adventures, what makes them so special, and why they are such an integral part of what we do.
Horizons framed by soaring snowy peaks, ancient Buddhist monasteries, and wind torn, fluttering prayer flags are but a few reasons the Himalayas are pure alpine magic. The topography of this sacred land begs for exploration and discovery. It’s not just the land but the people that make an experience here unforgettable.
Ace the Himalaya, a 100% Nepalese-owned ground operator, makes adventure happen here. And The Clymb is proud to say they were our very first travel partner. Today, they continue to embody the spirit of human-powered adventure, offering authenticity, value, and a model which takes care of its own and the surrounding communities.
Founded in 2006 by a former trekking Sherpa named Prem Khatry, the inspiration was born out of a life lived to honor mountains. Raised in the remote Himalayan village of Gorkha, Prem developed a love for nature which led him to the Nepalese tourism industry at age 15. After 8 years as a guide, Prem was ready to bring his own vision to life, and Ace the Himalaya was born.
Operating in Nepal, Bhutan, and Tibet, from trekking, to mountaineering, rafting, mountain biking, cultural tours, to voluntourism, Ace connects explorers with their chosen paths. With an average group size of eight clients to two guides, these experiences are intimate and authentic. All guides are local and trained to strict standards.
To celebrate Ace the Himalaya, we’re highlighting four of their adventure offerings. Hike the classic route to Everest Base Camp, trek the spectacular Annapurna Circuit, heli-tour the Himalayas, or raft, mountain bike, and paraglide your way through Nepal. Experience a beautiful corner of the world while supporting a grassroots organization. There’s no better time to go than now.
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