Only 39% foreign mountaineering expeditions to the Indian Himalayas were successful during 2014. Slightly more than 29% expeditions were unsuccessful. Information was not available for 32% expeditions at the time of writing the report.
Half of the joint expeditions were successful. Only 36% single-country expeditions were successful. However, joint expeditions were just eight (8) and single-country expeditions were thirty-three (33).
Success rate of expeditions from Canada, Czech Republic, Japan, and Ukraine was 100%. Half of the Austrian expeditions were successful and half were unsuccessful.
In case of The United Kingdom, share of successful and unsuccessful expeditions was equal (30% each). Information was not available for the remaining 40% of expeditions.
More than 66% of German expeditions were successful. However, success rate and failure rate of American expeditions were 33% respectively.
All expeditions to Himachal Pradesh were successful. Only 53% expeditions to Jammu and Kashmir were successful. Success rate in Uttarakhand was just 17%. In case of Uttarakhand, information was unavailable for 50% of expeditions.