chulu-east

Chulu East (6584 m)

Max Altitude: 5416m.

Tour Description

The peaks of Chulu East and West form an integral part of the Manang Himal, which is included in turn in the larger Damodar Himal. First climbed by a German expedition in 1955, via the north-eastern ridge, Chulu-East is situated south-east of its sister peak Chulu West, and is comparatively smaller.

Itinerary:

Day 01 : Arrival Kathmandu – transported to HOTELĀ – tour briefing
Day 02 : Free time in Kathmandu
Day 03 : Kathmandu / Besi Sahar / Ngadi (930 m)
Day 04 : Ngadi / Jagat (1300 m)
Day 05 : Jagat / Taal (1707 m)
Day 06 : Tal / Bagar Chhap (2160 m)
Day 07 : Bagar Chhap / Chame (2670 m)
Day 08 : Chame / Hongde (3250 m)
Day 09 : Hongde / Ngawal Village (3600 m)
Day 10 : Ngawal / Base Camp
Day 11 : Acclimatize
Day 12 : High Camp
Day 13 to 16 : Climbing days
Day 14 : Back to Base Camp
Day 15 : Base Camp to Manang (3540 m)

Note: From Base Camp , you can trek back to Hongde instead of heading out to Manang and take a flight to Pokhara. Each week there are only two flights operating in this region, but these flights are dependant on good weather conditions.

Day 16 : Manang / Churi Lattar (4200 m)
Day 17 : Churi Lattar / Thorang Phedi (4450 m)
Day 18 : Cross over the Thorang-La (5416 m) and down to Muktinath (3750 m)
Day 22 : Muktinath / Kagbendi (2800 m)
Day 23 : Kagbeni / Jomsom
Day 24 : Flight, Jomsom / Pokhara
Day 25: Drive or flight back to Kathmandu
Day 26: Free time
Day 27: Flight back to your home country

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