Tshering Jangbu Sherpa
Tshering Jangbu Sherpa, born on 1 August 1977, grew up in a small village, Thulung, in Solukhumbu district. Mr Sherpa is an IFMGA certified Nepali guide who has over 22 years of working experience in professional mountaineering. He scaled Mt. Everest 3 times, most recently in measuring the height of the majestic peak as a government endeavour.
He has been a recipient of various trainings like Trekking Guide Training, Specialty Rescue Module Training, Aspirant Guide Training, Mountain Guide Training (UIAGM/IFMGA), Ski Training (Level One, Two and Three), Helicopter Marshaling Course, General Training of Trainer (GTOT), GNSS Training Everest Base Camp, etc. to upgrade his knowledge as an expert mountaineer.
Mr Sherpa has his profile embellished with impressive summits of glorious peaks as:
- Mt Everest; 3 times, from both north and south face
- Mt Lhotse
- Mt Cho-Oyu; up to 8000m
- Mt Makalu
- Mt Manaslu
- Mt Shisapangma
- Mt Amadablam
- Mt Puthahiuculi
- Mt Rattnachuli
- Mt Singu chuli; 6200m
- Mt Brikuti, with Ski
- Mt Mera, with Ski
Mr Sherpa, along with a professional mountain guide, is also a board member of Nepal Mountain Academy and shares his comprehensive knowledge of mountains and mountaineering as an instructor, field expert and faculty member of BMS and MATS at the Academy. He is also an active member of organizations like Nepal Mountaineering Association, Nepal National Mountain Guide Association, Nepal Ski Academy and the Managing Director at Alpine Sherpa Guide Treks & Expedition.
Mr Sherpa has achieved numerous awards and accolades from various national and international institutions and has maintained commendable relations with mountaineers around the world. Being a prolific mountaineer and instructor, Mr Sherpa shows a great lineage towards quality education, training, and technical skills required for academicians and workers in the mountain terrains. The Academy, in alliance with Mr Sherpa, hopes to propagate a positive message on mountaineering education and training.
Pemba Gelje Sherpa
Pemba Gelje Sherpa is a young and bold name in the Nepalese mountaineering scene. Born in Khari Khola, Solukhumbu, Mr Sherpa has had a great lineage towards mountains and mountaineering. It was off his rock solid dedication and zeal towards mountaineering; he stands as one of the most disciplined, courageous, and young professional blood in the sector.
Mr Sherpa being an IFMGA guide, has been entitled to several trainings and experiences of hardcore mountaineering. To date, Mr Sherpa has aboded 10+ trainings on Wilderness First Aid Responder, Ski, Mountain Rescue and has summited five eight-thousanders including,
- Mt Everest; 7 times
- Mt K2
- Mt Kanchenjunga; made a record in climbing from basecamp to summit in a single push
- Manaslu; 3 times, once as the leader of a rope fixing team
- Amadablam; returned from camp 2
- Thorong Peak
- Island Peak
- Mera Peak; with ski
- Lang Sisha Ri; returned from camp 2
- Chulu Far East
- Chulu West
and other remarkable triumphs of climbing and mountaineering.
With over 12 years of experience in mountaineering, Mr Sherpa has been thriving to contribute to Nepal's mountaineering and climbing sector. He aims to remain active as a responsible climber, guide, educator, and mentor, raising awareness for safety and fun mountain activities such as trekking, climbing, and sports climbing.
Being affiliated with the Academy as a field instructor and trainer, Mr Sherpa undertakes the tutoring responsibility of BMS Practical Training Trips (PTTs), Trekking Guide Trainings, Ski Trainings, and other academic endeavours. Timeliness and straight-on-schedule as his primary attire, Mr Sherpa has been a training guardian for the Academy.