Everest & The West Face of Nuptse, from Kala Patthar at Sunset.

Welcome to Mountain Expeditions!

Overseas Expeditions, UK Mountain Challenges
Private Guiding & Instruction

Mountain Expeditions is a small UK company owned and run by Jon Gupta. We specialise in bespoke, professional and seamlessly-run expeditions around the world.

A successful expedition is made up of the hundreds of small wonderful experiences gained from start to finish. We therefore ensure that every aspect of your trip is expertly organised and well-managed.

We operate in 6 countries. We respect and value the local communities with whom we work and have nurtured and built strong relationships with them. As a result, we feel we have a deeper understanding of how to best deliver the trip of a lifetime to you.

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“Leading expeditions is not Jon’s job, it’s his life, he does it brilliantly & seemingly effortlessly”

Rob Thomas – Kilimanjaro 2013, Elbrus 2014

Expedition Reports

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Climbers: Jon Gupta & Will Harris Dates: 16 October- 20 November, 2015 Grants received: BMC, MEF, Alpine Club Written by: Will Harris & Jon Gupta Overview After acclimatising on Lobuche East we attempted Kangshung (6061) but were thwarted by unseasonable new, unstable snow. We then attempted the unclimbed North-East face and North ridge of Kyajo […]

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Articles

Ama Dablam seen from Namche.

Sidetracked Magazine is an online and printed journal featuring a limited collection of personal stories of adventure travel, journeys and expeditions. The concept is simple: to capture the emotion and experience of adventures and expeditions throughout the world…and to inspire. Jon has written the following articles for Sidetracked: Ama Dablam – Speed Solo Peak Pobeda – […]

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Blog

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Where are you going Jon? Here we go – I find myself at the beging of another adventure, but somehow this one feels a little different. For the first time in my life I’m going into unexplored territory and I’m going climbing on my terms. Our aims – Unclimbed Peaks and First Ascents in Nepal. […]

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