Hear what our partners and former participants have to share. You can also follow their experiences under #thehimalayasisourclassroom
"The International Mountain & River Guide education has opened doors to a new world for me. I have gained the opportunity to work in the most exciting places.
I work at a mountain resort, raft guiding rivers in both Sweden and Norway, and I will spend the winter season as a snow scooter guide in the Arctic. In-between I had the opportunity to summit Kilimanjaro - Africa's highest peak!"
- Simon Jansson
"The Adventure Guide internship at Royal Beach Camp has been a great chance for our students to get hands-on experience of the business of adventure tourism.
In addition, it has given them a unique insight into a different culture and has truly been an experience of a life time!"
- Henrik Antonsson
Head teacher of Adventure Tourism.
Real Gymnasiet, Sweden.
"I met Ram in 1998 when he organised the first Himalayan British Army Kayaking Expedition in Nepal.
I was immediately reassured and captivated by his enthusiasm, passion for adventure and incredible skill on the river. His local knowledge, expedition expertise and organisational skills were faultless. He was instrumental to the impressive success of this ambitious expedition.
I place total trust in his adventure operation, his ethos and passion for safe, fun and challenging adventure."
- Stuart Williams
Major, British Army, UK.
"Grimslövs Folkhögskola has been working together with SUMMIT for several years.
We have organised kayaking courses in Sweden and internship programs in Nepal. Since 2016, we have also run the International Mountain & River Guide Education, with students graduating and working around the globe."
- Annki Nilsson
Head of Tourism Faculty.
Grimslövs Folkhögskola, Sweden.