My moto in Mountaineering is to return back home safe with many exciting stories to share with. Outdoor adventure becomes adventurous only after the participant is trained and skilful. Otherwise, there is always the threat of mishap, frustration and disaster.
To ensure the safety and thrill in every adventure, I always focus on proper training for myself as well as teach for beginners and other Aspiring Mountain Guides.
To develop the safe mountaineering culture, I have been involved in many training activities in Nepal. I have volunteered as a climbing instructor in mountain rescue training, introductory rock climbing and ice climbing courses conducted by Nepal Mountaineering Instructor Association, and also participated as a instructor for basic mountain leadership training with Nepal Mountaineering Associaition.
In addition, I have also instructed Aspirant Guide Course Component 3rd, annual mountaineering trainings and many other highly successful programs organized by Nepal National Mountain Guide Association NNMGA.
Unofficially, I have been providing teaching/training skills to friends and staff whenever I get the chance out of my guiding season.