Mingma Sherpa


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Mr. Mingma Sherpa, Chairman of Seven Summit Treks is the first person among Nepalese who successfully summit 14 mountains of the world which are above 8000 meter height without repeating and kept a new record in the world's history. He is one of the most experienced, responsible, dedicated and honest expedition leader of Nepal. He is now here to share his experience gained during his previous trips. All interested person can join with him in his one of the best and recognized agency to lead successful expedition and trekking. He assures you all to provide quality service and safe journey with experienced workers. Mr. Mingma Sherpa & his brother Mr. Chhang Dawa Sherpa has kept world record of "Worlds First Two Brothers" successfully summit 14 Mountains of the world which are above 8000 meter height. This is a single record in the worlds mountaineering history.

Mountains Summitted by Mingma Sherpa

S.N. Name of Mountain Total Summited Summitted Year(s)
1 Mount Everest (8848 m) -Nepal 1 Times 2004 (Spring)
2 K-2 (8611 m) -Pakistan 1 Times 2004 (Summer)
3 Kanchanjunga (8586 m) -Nepal 1 Times 2011 (Spring)
4 Lhotse (8516 m) -Nepal 1 Times 2002 (Spring)
5 Makalu (8463 m) -Nepal 1 Times 2001 (Spring)
6 Cho-Oyu (8201 m) -Nepal 1 Times 2000 (Autumn), 2002 (Autumn)
7 Dhaulagiri (8167 m) -Nepal 1 Times 2010 (Spring)
8 Manaslu (8163 m) -Nepal 1 Times 2000 (Spring)
9 Nanga Parbat (8125 m) -Pakistan 1 Times 2010 (Summer)
10 Annapurna  (8091 m) -Nepal 1 Times 2010 (Spring)
11 G-I (8068 m) -Pakistan 1 Times 2010 (Summer)
12 Broad Peak (8047 m) -Pakistan 1 Times 2003 (Summer)
13 G-II (8035 m) -Pakistan 1 Times 2003 (Summer)
14 Shisha Pangma (8027 m) -Tibet 1 Times 2001 (Autumn)


  • Honorary Consul of Belgium to Nepal.
  • Honorary Member of UIAA (International Mountaineering and Climbing Federation)
  • President of Climate Alliance of Himalayan Communities (CAHC)
  • Senior Vice President of International Mountaineers Association (IMA)
    President of Nepal Mountaineering Association
  • Convenor of Mountaineering and Mountain Tourism Policy Review Sub- Committee, Government of Nepal
  • Convenor of Detailed Peak Profile Sub-Committee, Government of Nepal
  • Board Member of National Tourism Council of Nepal under the Chairmanship of Prime Minister of Nepal.
  • IP President of Union of Asian Alpine Association(UAAA)
  • Advisory Board Member of Adventure Travel World Summit 200
  • Ex-Board Director of Nepal Airlines Corporation (NAC )
  • First Vice President of International Mountaineers Association & Convener of Asian Mountaineers
  •  Chairman of Poverty Focus Tourism Development Programme –Nepal
  • Ex-Advisor of Trekking Agents Association of Nepal (2002 – 2005)
  • Leader of Nepal-China Golden Jubilee Friendship Peak Expedition 2005 organized by The Government of Nepal & China.
  • Vice Chairman of 30 th Jubilation of Women’s First Ascent on Mt. Everest celebration Committee by HMG of Nepal -2005
  • Leader of Nepal-Japan Golden Jubilee Friendship Nangpai Gosum(7321m) Expedition 2006 organized by Government of Nepal, NMA,Nepal & JWAF,Japan.
  • Member of Mountain Protection Commission of UIAA(Union of International Alpine Association)
  • Co-coordinator of Nepalese Cabinet Meeting at Everest B.C./Kalapathar Plateau at 5542m on 4 December 2009.
    Co-coordinator of International Climber for Summiteers Summit to Save the Himalayas in Copenhagen on 11 December 2009 on the occasion of International Mountain Day.
  • Life Member of Tourist Guide Association of Nepal.
  • Advisory Board member of PATA

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Below the different grades shown in the chart are explained in more detail.

For Expeditions

  1. Easy (E): Climb requires one-day climbs, or a multiday climbs with non-technical elements.
  2. Moderate (M): Either a serious one-day climbs, or a multiday climbs with some technical elements. Requires an average level of physical fitness.
  3. Difficult (D): Multiday climbs with some moderately technical elements. Requires an above average fitness level and high level of stamina.
  4. Hard Difficult (HD): Multiday, Highly technical climb. Requires high level of physical fitness and stamina.
  5. Very Difficult (VD): Multiday, Extremely technical climb. Requires very high level of Physical fitness and stamina.

For Trekking

  1. Light: Light walking and generally level hiking that is good for most fitness levels. During these trips, hill-walking experience is desirable.
  2. Moderate: Trek has various types of moderate to difficult terrain, including rough trails and normally 3 to 5 hours a day. Requires an average to above average fitness level.
  3. Moderate+: High altitude treks above 3000 meters or in fairly difficult terrain- normally 4 to 6 hours a day. Requires an above average fitness level and high level of stamina.
  4. Extreme: These high altitude treks or passes are known to be the most strenuous and has difficult terrain and conditions. These treks may require a degree of mountaineering skills and you capability of carrying on normally at an altitude of 4000-5600 meters. Daily walking is 5-8 hours approx.

Richard McConnell


Simply the best in the business.

We climbed Lobuche East, Manaslu, and Everest with SST. The quality of guidance, Sherpa support, training, and service was second to none.

Due to Covid, we had to combine our Lobuche and Manaslu expeditions, normally this would be a huge logistical nightmare for any other company, SST have the team size, logistic support, and experience to make this happen…. All of this was also done during the lockdown. We were in a unique position being a national team, we could isolate ourselves before travel and upon arrival in Nepal, we had no fixed timeline to meet and had the use of a military aircraft for travel so SST presented this to the Nepalese Government who agreed to use us as the test case and allow us to climb in autumn 2020 and see if it would be possible to open the Khumbu for the spring 2021 season.

Both Lobuche and Manaslu were a huge success, the basecamp and higher camp setup were fantastic, the staff was amazing throughout and it made us look forward to Everest.

Everest was even better, the training, trek, and climbing were fully supported, we didn’t have to ask for anything, SST fixed the ropes to the summit and planned our climb perfectly, and we were the first team to the summit on the first day of the first weather window… couldn’t have planned it any better. We felt fully supported and safe throughout!

We went for an all-inclusive package so booked all of our travel, insurance, kit and equipment, full basecamp and climbing service included, as well as a full 90-minute documentary made by their climbing camera team.

Overall an amazing company that I would thoroughly recommend to everyone, their experience, skills, reputation, and connections within all levels of government mean they can provide what others can’t…. Don’t always believe the hype around other companies…. They’re almost always on an SST permit, using SST Sherpas and base camp staff and use SST to set up their base camps, etc… around 50% of climbers on Everest in 2021 were on SST permits.