26 September, 2022 Update from Manaslu: all is well with IMG’s climbing team, they are safe and resting at Camp 2. News of the avalanche reached the team early this morning. Updates to come.
July 14, 2022 It may seem like a long time until Everest Season next Spring 2023, but the time will go fast! For climbers and trekkers CONFIRMED on the IMG Roster prior to July 31, 2022, these discounts will be applied against the final payment (contingent on making all scheduled payments on time):Everest Summit Climbers: $1500Lhotse Summit […]
December 30, 2020 On one hand it’s hard to believe 2020 is over, on the other hand it’s been one of the longest years on record! Like most businesses, here at IMG, we took our bumps & bruises in 2020. We missed more countries & rescheduled more climbs than we care to count, but we’re […]
February 22, 2019 The 2019 IMG Mount Everest Expedition Blog is live! We have been hard at work getting ready for the expedition this Spring and the blog is now on the website. We will be posting updates as often as possible throughout the season so you can follow along with the progress of our […]
February 22, 2019 In case you missed our February Newsletter, here are the dates for our next expedition to the world’s 6th highest mountain! The 2019 Cho Oyu (26,906′) trek & climb will begin by flying from Kathmandu to the capital city of Lhasa in Tibet. We’ll then explore the deep cultural history of local […]
January 31, 2019 We are looking forward to returning to Ama Dablam in 2019 and have a great team coming together already. The appeal of Ama Dablam is not so much the height as the dramatic beauty, universally recognized difficulty (with some slopes at 45 to 50 degrees,) and… Location, Location, Location: Five of the […]
January 21, 2019 Check out the great trip report written by IMG Guide, Nathan Berry about the 2018 Ama Dablam Expedition! This is an excellent write up about the climb and conditions on the mountain. If you are ready to head to Ama Dablam in 2019, we have a fantastic team coming together and are […]
January 15, 2019 Ama Dablam means Mother’s Charm Box. “Ama” (mother) refers to the mountain’s long ridges stretching over the valleys below like protective arms. “Dablam” is for the distinct hanging glacier on the southwest face. which looks like the traditional deity pendants worn by Sherpa women. We enjoyed another successful season on Ama Dablam […]