About Us

Impact Mountaineering is a specialized trekking and guide service company for organizing and climbing expeditions to the seven summits and the mountains in the Himalayas.

We work on offering customized and regular trekking and climbing trips all over the world.

We also provide training prior to the trips if the client so desires.

Sangeeta S Bahl (Director)

It was the brain child of Ms Sangeeta S Bahl which kick started Impact Mountaineering in 2015. She took her first women’s group to “The Great Lakes of Kashmir” to formalize her company and since Impact Mountaineering has expanded to guiding on the seven summits and peaks all over the world.

Sangeeta S Bahl born 9-2-65 became the oldest indian woman to climb Mount Everest on 19th May 2018 and is a Limca book record holder. She went to climb her first peak mount Kilimanjaro on 31st Dec 2011 at nearly 47 with her husband. She is a successful business woman also who her ‘Impact Image consultants ‘ an image management and personal branding company. She also spearheads Impact women power Association , an ngo that focusses on women empowerment and Animal causes, where she trains and skills women to become economically independent and simultaneously makes street address homes for the animals on the street.

So far she has climbed six out of the seven highest mountains of the seven continents. She is a Limca Book Record Holder as the oldest Indian Woman to climb Mt Everest at the age of 53.


Mr Ankur Bahl (Director)

Mr Ankur Bahl joined his wife Ms Sangeeta S Bahl in 2017 to run Impact Mountaineering. He is a seven summiter and is working on finishing “The Grand Slam”.

Capt. Ankur Bahl, born 25.1.61 aged 58 is an ex merchant navy captain who has developed a passion for mountaineering and has been exceptionally successful in this field which is all the more outstanding because he started high altitude climbing only after the age of 50.
He has carried our glorious Indian Tricolour to the highest peak of each continent including Mt. Everest and at age 57, on the 14th of august 2018 by climbing Carstensz Pyramid , the highest peak in Australia-Oceania he became the Oldest Indian to climb the 7 summits as per the Messner List and the Bass list.

He has also cross country skied the last degree of latitude to the South Pole and reached on 11th January 2018 -the Oldest indian to do so.