Member of IFMGA / UIAGM / IVBV


Raksikharka, Solukhumbu

Tshiring Jangbu Sherpa, born on August 1, 1977 in Raksikharka, Solukhumbu is also known as ‘Father of ski in Nepal’. Mr. Sherpa completed his schooling from Shree Lamu Danda primary school, Sanolamo, Solukhumbu. He commenced his career in trekking as a kitchen boy for a trekking group headed to Everest base camp. Gradually, in 2003, he was offered to climb Lhotse as an assistant guide for which he obliged and successfully summited without supplemental oxygen. He recognized his new found passion and initiated to pursue career in mountaineering.

In 2016, he became a certified International Mountain Guide after gaining membership of the International Federation of Mountain Guide Associations (IMFGA). He has climbed thirteen 8000m+ mountains since then, including three successful Everest ascends. Tshiring had his ski training in Europe in addition to his IMG training and has climbed several humongous 8000ers such as Everest, Lhotse, Cho-oyu, Makalu, Manaslu and Sishapangma.

Tshiring Jangbu Sherpa has become a renowned personality in the contemporary time. Mr. Sherpa is a board member of Nepal Mountain Academy as well. He also serves as the Managing Director of Alpine Sherpa Guide Treks & Expeditions and is general secretary of Nepal National Mountain Guide Association and member of Nepal Mountaineering Association. Mr. Sherpa, a well-known climber and instructor, has a long history of providing high-quality education, training, and technical skills to academics and mountain professionals. He is particularly proud of his role as lead guide in the successful “Everest Measurement Project 2019,” that earned him an award from the Prime Minister. Tshiring considers the measurement of Everest and his role as Head Mountain Guide to be one of his biggest achievements in his mountaineering career. After an arduous 45 days of huge hurdles and hard effort, Mr. Khim Lal Gautam, the expedition leader and chief surveyor, together with 7 other members of engineers and Sherpas, were ultimately able to come up with the new height of Everest (8848.86)m utilizing GNSS equipment.

Mr. Sherpa also was deployed to Makalu (8463m), one of the six summits chosen for the mountain cleaning campaign 2021, where his team collected approximately 6,000 kg of waste from various camps.


Name                                Tshiring Jangbu Sherpa

Designation                      (UIAGM/IFMGA/NNMGA) Mountain Guide Nepal

Date of Birth                    01-08-1977

Permanent address           Thulung Dhudkoshi 9 Solukhumbu

Fathers Name                   Karma wangdi Sherpa

Language                          English Nepali Hindi Tibetan

Phone                               +977-9841073019




Trekking guide training 2011

Specialty Rescue Module training 2009

Aspirant Guide training 2012

Mountain guide training (UIAGM/IFMGA) 2015

Ski trending level One two 2016

Helicopter marshaling curse 2016

General training of trainer (GTOT) 2016

Ski level three & Research 2018

GNSS Training Everest base camp 2019

Ski level three & Research 2018

GNSS Training Everest base camp 2019

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