May YOU Climb from Peak to Peak


“What is hard to endure is sweet to remember”


“Today is your day! Your mountain is waiting. So…get..on your way”


14500 ft


Short Term Adventure Course Course starts from every monday. For more booking details contact Training office.    Course aspirants are advised to apply only for courses as per schedule published on website.

Gp Capt Jai kishan

Gp Capt Jai Kishan took over the charge of Principal, HMI on 17 December 2018. Gp Capt Jai kishan commissioned into Indian Air Force in June 1996. He is an alumni of HMI. He successfully completed his Basic and Advance course from HMI in year 2001 and 2002 respectively.

Our Objective

“There will be no lack of adventure of the mind and body for those who are prepared to venture into uncharted seas and climb unknown peaks”

– Pandit Jawaharlal

Mountaineering is an art and science and not merely physical activity. It is one of the finest sports but to practice it without training and technique is deliberate suicide. Training promotes caution and clear thinking. It avoids fatigue and danger and improves safety. A mountaineer must not only learn climbing but also understand the mountains.

The objective of Himalayan Mountaineering Institute is to encourage and promote mountaineering amongst youths of the country. HMI aims to train enterprising members of the community, who in turn develop mountaineering activities in the Himalayas as a sport and as a scientific and entrepreneurial pursuit in field of adventure.

Know Us

The Himalayan Mountaineering Institute (HMI) is one of the premier mountaineering institutes in the world. Founded on November 4th: 1954 by none other than Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, the first Prime Minister of India, the institute is located in the picturesque hill station of Darjeeling.

Account Info Contact Info
State Bank of India, Darjeeling Branch. Training Office +91 354 225 4087
Name :Principal, HMI
A/c : 10833276127
Fax +91 354 225 4083
NEFT IFS Code SBIN0000063, Email hmidarj@gmail.com
MICR Code 734002101
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