About Island peak expedition
Island peak/Imja Tse 6189m is the most prominent trekking peak to move in Everest area. It is situated on top of the Chukung icy mass between Ama Dablam and Lhotse peaks, the most looked for in the wake of trekking goal on account of its testing geological conditions. This mountain was named "Island Peak" in 1952 AD, by a climbing group of Eric Shipton, because of its striking area amidst the Chhukung valley, similar to an Island on an ocean of ice. Island peak was initially rose in 1953 by a British group as planning for climbing Everest.
Island Peak climbing trip satisfies the fantasy of each beginner and genuine climbers, who have been looking for the rush of enterprise and wish to take experience climbing trips past just trekking in Everest. Island peak is the most prominent trekking peak in Nepal. The summit is fascinating and alluring with a profoundly glaciated west face ascending from the Lhotse Glacier. The mountain itself is the expansion of the South Ridge of Lhotse Shar isolated by a little col.