Mt. Baruntse Expedition (7129 m) is one of the best 7000 m peaks in the Himalayas. Mt. Baruntse lies in between the lap of Everest and Makalu Mountain. The peak standing majestically in the center of some highest peaks of the Himalayas like Makalu, Lhotse, and Nuptse offers a rewarding climbing experience. Though this peak technically is not so demanding, compared to Amadablam and Pumori, it offers a good experience of snow and ice climbs with some ice cliff obstacle sections around 7000 m. It was first ascended by Colin Todd and Geoff How on 30 May 1954. Baruntse Expedition starts after a flight to Tumlingtar and about 15 days of walk from Baruntse – you reach the base camp where you prepare for the trek and do some prior training before attempting the summit. Amadablam Expedition.
The southeast ridge of Baruntse is a little bit difficult because of being a straightforward & hard way to climb. After a successful summit of Mt. Baruntse, we cross Amphu Lamptsa pass and enter to upper Khumbu region. The return trek will pass through delightful Sherpa Villages. Mt. Baruntse was one of the early Himalayan peaks recognized by Edmund Hillary’s team for climbing east of Everest. Colin Todd and Geoff Harrow reached the summit in 1954 from the South-East Ridge. Pumori Expedition.
It comprises many 8000 m climb components making it a much sought-after peak before going for an expedition of 8000 m or more peaks. The steep sections of ice at 50 degrees and a prominent ice cliff at about 7000 meters make the South-East Ridge technically difficult and challenging. Experienced guides and the support crew from Sange Sherpa Adventure Trekking will try their level best to make your trip a lifetime memory. For more info about our team and crew contact us. Mount Cho Oyu Expedition
Day 01: Arrive in Kathmandu (1,400m approx.) Transfer to Hotel.
After your plane lands at the Tribhuwan International Airport in Kathmandu, our staff will welcome you and drive you to your hotel in a comfortable private vehicle. After getting in your hotel, you can take a good rest thereafter your long journey. In the evening, you can roam around this valley city and experience the rich culture of the Nepalese capital.
Day 02: Sightseeing of Kathmandu.
A full day’s sightseeing in Kathmandu valley includes the Hindu temple complex at Pashupatinath (a UNESCO World Heritage Site) & the biggest Buddhist Stupa at Boudhanath. Also, visit Monkey Temple the Swyambhunath (2000 years old temple), and visit Patan city of fine arts. Return to the hotel.
Day 03: Official preparation for climbing.
Day 04: flight: Ktm-Lukla, continue trek to Chutok, overnight in camp.
Day 05: Chutok to Pangom, overnight in camp.
Day 06: Pangom to Kurke, overnight in camp.
Day 7: Kurke to Chetarawa, overnight in camp.
Day 08: Chetarawa to Tashing Dingman, overnight in camp.
Day 09: Tashing Dingman to Thangnang, overnight in camp.
Day 10: Thangnag to Kharka, overnight in camp.
Day 11: Kharka to Khong Dingman, overnight in camp.
Day 12: Khong Dingma to Chomlang Base Camp.
Day 13: Chomlang Base Camp to Baruntse Base Camp.
Day 14-25: Climbing period of Baruntse.
Day 26: Baruntse Base Camp to Amphu Captcha, overnight in camp.
Day 27: Amphu Captcha to Chhukung, overnight in camp.
Day 28: Chhukung to Namche, overnight in a lodge.
Day 29: Namche to Lukla, overnight in Hotel.
Day 30: Flight from Lukla-Ktm, transfer to hotel.
Day 31: Kathmandu free day, evening culture show with Nepali dinner, hotel.
Day 32: Day 41: Final Departure to your home.
One of our representatives from Sange Sherpa Adventure Guide/Staff will drive you off to Tribhuwan International Airport, from where you will board your plan for another destination or your home country.
Nepal has many other natural and cultural beauties waiting to be explored. We will be always ready to help you travel around this amazing country. We will be pleased to make the necessary arrangements so that you can explore other parts.
Arrive in Kathmandu (1,400m approx.) Transfer to Hotel. After your plane lands at the Tribhuwan International Airport in Kathmandu, our staff will welcome you and drive you to your hotel in a comfortable private vehicle. After getting in your hotel, you can take a good rest thereafter your long journey. In the evening, you can roam around this valley city and experience the rich culture of the Nepalese capital.
Expedition Equipment: A Complete List of items you need
Posted on: February 24, 2019, by Dolma Ecotourism
The expedition is already a challenging and risky task, and the lack of correct equipment makes it even more difficult to scale. For your convenience here is a list of necessary equipment for the expedition we recommend. But remember while packing bag, that most of the international and domestic flights have a weight allowance of 20 kg.
-A pair of walking boots (make sure the boots are a good fit and have been worn in).
-Two pairs of walking socks and two pairs of sock liners.
-Two to three comfortable t-shirts. You can also thermal t-shirts.
-Two fleece tops. Or thin layers of clothing with quick dry fabric that wicks perspiration away from the skin rather than heavy cotton.
-Two suitable walking trousers (not jeans of any kinds).
-Comfortable underwear and nightwear.
-Flip-flops, trainers or scandals for campsite use.
-A warm hat and sun hat.
-One pair of gloves.
-One pair of shorts.
-Waterproof and windproof jacket.
-A pair of gaiters.
-A good quality rucksack.
-Rucksack liner or two strong plastic bags.
-A waterproof bag.
-A sleeping bag and sleeping mat.
-A sleeping bag liner.
-A survival bag.
-Torch with spare batteries (handheld or head torch).
-Personal first aid kit.
-Expedition food packs with emergency rations.
-Water bottle, knife, spoon, fork, small pocket knife, plate, mug, matches and watch.
-Personal hygiene items and towel.
-A notebook and pen/pencil.
-A small quantity of money.
-Camping stove fuel in a safe and appropriate container.
-Food (lightweight and snacks).
-Plastic bags for taking care of trashes.
-Maps, compass and map cases.
-Stove multidisc (colander/lid/cutting board).
-Pre-packed expedition food.
-Water purifying tablets.
-Emergency light sticks.
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International & home country domestic airfares, transfers en route & excess baggage.
Your personal insurance, Medical, mountain rescue & repatriation cover is necessary.
Your personal expenses.
Meal in Kathmandu.
Cost of electronic appliances Laptops,iPod, Cell Phone with global roaming Network SIM.
Cost of an emergency evacuation.
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