Sherpa Shepherds is generously contributing its effort to make mountaineering and tourism more responsible towards nature, culture and daily lives of local people of Nepal. From the establishment, Sherpa Shepherds has been continuously supporting to remote areas, socially excluded people especially by empowering women, giving change to physically disabled, climbing mountains with special social causes and safe mountaineering.
In Nepal, Sherpa Shepherds is the trendsetter of ‘Responsible Adventure’ in. Sherpa Shepherds has launched mountaineering for social cause for the first time ever in Nepal. Through this responsible adventure/mountaineering, Sherpa Shepherds has been able to bring visually impaired person from Nepal to the mount Everest for the first time ever, succeed to make Kanchhi Maya Tamang as Tamang Women to climb mount Everest, succeed to make Maya Gurung as first Gurung female & successfully summited by oldest person to summit Mount Everest late Min Bahdur Serchan.
Similarly, in association with Nepalese Army, Sherpa Shepherds had brought the portrait of late king Prithvi Narayan Shah to the top of Mount Everest. Similarly we had brought Buddha’s statue to the top of Mount Everest, Kanchhi Maya Tamang as first Tamang women for the social cause ‘Stop Human Trafficking’ for the first in mountaineering history. In association with many national and international organizations such as UN Women Nepal, Lions Club of Nepal, Nepal Scout and Nepalese army, Sherpa Shepherds is running peak climbing trips with social cause to convey positive message the world and empower women of Nepal through mountaineering. Currently Sherpa Shepherds is also running Women’s Way Project to empower women of Nepal from different background through various projects.
Some recent social cause projects:
- Nepal’s first visually Impaired Everest Expedition 2017
- First Tamang Women Everest Expedition 2017
- Late King Prithvi Narayan Shah’s Portrait to Mount Everest
- Lord Buddha’s Statue to the top of Mount Everest
- Climate Justice Campaign
- Women Empowerment Everest Expedition 2018
- Nepal Scout Everest Expedition 2018
- 205 Countries Flags to the top of Mount Everest
- Olympic Lamp to the top of Mount Everest
- Oldest Person Everest Expedition
- Stop Human Trafficking Everest Expedition
- First Inclusive Women Everest Expedition
Some snaps of past projects: