What does sherpa mean?

Sherpa is one of the Tibetan ethnic groups native to the most mountainous regions of Nepal and the Himalayas. The term sherpa or sherwa derives from the Sherpa language words Shyar (“east”) and Pa (“people”), which refer to their geographical origin of eastern Tibet.

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The Sherpa’s where seen as the mentors of the mountains, knowing the highest peaks and the darkest caves they knew how to live on and with the mountain. They guide you true a magical environment where you see, feel and hear true nature. At Le Sherpa we want to do the same, show you how we live in these beautiful mountains of Les Deux Alpes.


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Sherpa is one of the Tibetan ethnic groups native to the most mountainous regions of Nepal and the Himalayas. The term sherpa or sherwa derives from the Sherpa language words Shyar (“east”) and Pa (“people”), which refer to their geographical origin of eastern Tibet. – Wikipedia

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