Mt. Himlung Himal

Trip Duration 30 Days

Trip Grade:

Destination: Nepal

Activities: NA

Mt. Himlung Himal 7126m. is one of the recently opened peaks for climbing and is located between Manaslu and Annapurna ranges. This high mountain is technically easy and very interesting. The ascent of the Himlung Himal via the normal route poses no technical problems. The route leads through snow and ice without any rock climbing passages but it does require a high level of fitness. Nevertheless, climbing Himlung Himal is a challenge: climbing long distances in high levels of altitude has to be mastered. Additionally, the weather of the Manaslu-Himal can indeed pose quite the challenge.

This expedition takes you through remote villages Nepal and Tibet border. Passing through two interesting Tibetian villages of Nar and Phu. Base camp will be established at the height of 4900m. which is located at the upper border of one of pastures belong to Phu. Normally three high camps will be established to reach the Summit. Camp I at the height of 5450m, Camp II at 6000m and Camp III at 6350m.

Day By Day

Day 01: Arrival Kathmandu and Transfer to hotel
Day 02: Final preparation and Briefing in Ministry
Day 03: Drive from Kathmandu to Besishar and connection jeep to Koto 2628m
Day 04: Koto to Dharmasala (6/7hrs)3164m
Day 05: Dharmasala to Kyang (6hrs)3886m
Day 06: Spare day !!!
Day 07: Kyang to Phu Gaon (Phu-village)  (5hrs)4131m
Day 08: Rest Day for acclimatization
Day 09: Phu Gaon to Himlung Base camp (7hrs) 4842m
Day10 to Day 26: Climbing period
Day 27: Base camp to Kyang  (7hrs)3886m
Day 28: Trek Down to Koto  (7hrs)2628m
Day 29: Drive Down to Besishar by Jeep
Day 30: Drive From Besishar to Kathmandu

Cost Include

Expedition climbing Permit.,Rescue insurance for staff,  Experiences climbing Sherpa 1x1, All transportation expedition purpose, Airport picks up and drops, Liaison Officer Charge, Expedition Guide and Cook, kitchen boys, All kitchen equipment, High altitude tents for high camps, Private tent at base camp with mattress, Dining Tents, kitchen tents, toilet tent, Necessary number of porters to carry load and member baggage, Porter’s equipment during the expedition, All staff insurance, All staff salary and porters wages, All meal for member and staff during the expedition, EPI gas with burner for high camp.
Oxygen cylinder and Mask regulator for medical purpose!! , Gamow /PAC bag at base camp, First Aid Kit for all, Communication : Walky –Talky set,Sat phone pay call basis,Power supply, 3 Night Hotel in Kathmandu with 2 man sharing,

Cost Exclude

High risk medical insurance, Your personal climbing equipment (Check list below), High  food for Above base camp, Visa& visa extension fees, Emergency rescue Evacuation if needed, Personal climbing equipment, Summit bonus ($500) of per climbing Sherpa, Tips for your expedition staff
Alcohol beverages & telephone calls, mineral water, Lunch & dinner during Katmandu staying

Useful Info

Ice Axe w/Leash,Harness,Jummar,Decender (F-8),Climbing Helmet,Ice-Screw,Ice-Bar,lock Carabinner,Non lock Carabinner,Rock pitten,Crompons,tapes silling,Prussic Curd,Gaiters,UV protect Sunglass,Climbing boots,Down high altitude sleeping bag (3, 4 session),Carry Mat or Thermos Mat,Head torch /batteries /bulb,Rucksack 60-70 ltr capacity,Compass and whistle,Sun Hat,Down jacket,Down Trouser(Down Suits),Water proof climbing jacket,Light weight thermal or insulated climbing gloves,Light weight fleece,Long sleeved cotton/Woolen Shirts,Wool long under wear,Long cotton hiking shirts,Balaclava,Warm woolen /fleece hat,Down Booties,Wind proof/Water proof shell gear(cagoule and over trousers,2 pairs of thick shocks,2 pairs of liner shocks (not cotton),Camp shoes /trekking boot,Padlock for All kit Bag,Xl/M size Duffle Bag,Hiking shirts,Water proof jacket,Rain poncho or Umbrella (summer season),Camp shoes or Flip flap,Plastics for cover your Bag when gets rain,Light weight fleece jacket,Long under ware,Nylon wind pants,1 medium sized quick drying towel,Toothbrush/paste (preferably biodegradable),Multipurpose soap (preferably biodegradable),Nail clippers,lip balls/ sun creams UV protect

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